MAT Result

The result of MAT is announced by the official conducting body, AIMA. It is declared in the form of the scorecard. You can check your sectional and overall scores by downloading the MAT result by entering login details, which include their registration number, roll number, and the password.

How to Check MAT Result

  1. Visit the official website of AIMA.

  2. Click on the tab "MAT Result".

  3. Fill your Roll Number and Registration Form Number to know the result.

  4. Select the month of the test.

  5. Click on the submit button to view your scorecard.

  6. After submission of the valid details, result will be displayed on the screen.

MAT Result on SMS

You can also get result by making use of the SMS facility as and when the result is announced. The candidates are required to enter their application number and DOB (date of birth) by prefixing MATS (in caps) and send it to 54242.

How is MAT Score Calculated

  1. Each question carries four marks and for each wrong answer, there is 1/4 negative marking scheme.

  2. Since MAT is conducted in multiple slots, the difficulty level may vary. AIMA provides the scaled score.

  3. Each score card or result consists of six categories: Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis & Sufficiency, Intelligence & Critical Reasoning, Composite Score and Indian & Global Environment.

  4. The composite score is computed using first four sections. Equal weightage is assigned to all these sections. Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis & Sufficiency and Intelligence & Critical Reasoning are reported from scales ranging 0 to 100. Scales below 20 or above 80 are rare.

  5. The Composite Score is reported on a scale of 199 to 801, but extreme scores below 200 or above 800 are not common. The uncommon scores, i.e. below 200 are reported as 199 and all above 800 are reported as 801.

  6. Indian and Global Environment score is separately reported on a scale of 0 to 100. According to AIMA, scores below 20 and 80 are rare.

  7. For each of the six scores, a percentile below figure is also given. Each of these indicates the percentage of examinees who scored below the candidates based on the all the MAT test takers. The percentile below figure may change marginally with each administration for the same scores.

Validity of MAT Scorecard

The MAT score is valid for one year for admission to various participating institutes.