MAT Admit Card 2020 – AIMA has released MAT CBT, PBT and IBT Admit Card for December 2020 Exam. Candidates can download the AIMA MAT 2020 hall tickets from direct links below or from the official website, which is mat.aima.in. Log in with registration number and date of birth to download the AIMA MAT Admit Card. The exam dates have been announced. Take printout of hall ticket and other items mentioned in it to exam center on day of exam. Get complete details of MAT 2020 admit card including date, download link, how to download, exam day guidelines here.
– AIMA MAT December 2020 CBT Exam Date has been released. Scroll down to check it.
– AIMA MAT Admit Card for PBT Exam has been released. Scroll down to get the same.
– AIMA MAT Admit Card for IBT December 2020 Exam has been released. Scroll down to access the link.
MAT 2020 Admit Card
All candidates who apply for Management Admission Test (MAT) can download admit card before exam. Check the schedule below and access direct link beneath it to get your hall tickets.
|MAT 2020 Admit Card||Important Dates|
|MAT Admit Card 2020 CBT Download Starts||26 Dec 2020 (1600 Hrs)|
|MAT 2020 Exam Date for CBT||28 Dec 2020|
|MAT Admit Card 2020 PBT Download Starts||01 Dec 2020|
|MAT 2020 Exam Date for PBT||06 Dec 2020|
|MAT Admit Card 2020 IBT Download Starts||18 Nov 2020|
|MAT 2020 Exam Date for IBT||21 Nov 2020 to 15 Dec 2020|
Official Website: https://mat.aima.in/dec20/
MAT 2020 Admit Card Download Dates for IBT
|IBT Test Date||Issue of Admit Card|
|21 Nov 20||18 Nov 20|
|22 Nov 20||19 Nov 20|
|23 Nov 20||20 Nov 20|
|24 Nov 20||21 Nov 20|
|25 Nov 20||22 Nov 20|
|03 Dec 20||30 Nov 20|
|04 Dec 20||01 Dec 20|
|05 Dec 20||02 Dec 20|
|06 Dec 20||03 Dec 20|
|10 Dec 20||07 Dec 20|
|11 Dec 20||08 Dec 20|
|12 Dec 20||09 Dec 20|
|13 Dec 20||10 Dec 20|
|15 Dec 20||12 Dec 20|
How to Download AIMA MAT 2020 Admit Card?
Candidates who have successfully submitted the application form can download the AIMA MAT 2020 admit card by follwong the steps as given below:
1st step – Click on the direct link given on this page and a login appears on your screen as shown below.
2nd step –Next, Enter any two of the information from – Registration Number, Date of Birth, Email ID to access the login.
3rd step – Click on the “Submit” button and admit card appears on your screen.
4th step – Download and take its print out to refer the same on the day of the entrance examination. Keep it safely till after declaration of MAT result 2020.
Important Instructions on MAT Admit Card 2020
Report to the allotted test center at least 90 minutes before the scheduled commencement of the test. Produce “MAT Admit Card” duly completed at the test centre for appearing in the test.
Admit Card will be verified and signed by the Invigilator during the test. The Upper Half of the Admit Card will be collected by the Invigilator and the Lower Half will be handed over to the candidate.
Candidates will be permitted entry in to the test centre upto half an hour before the commencement of the test.
The test room will be opened about 60 minutes before the commencement of the test. The candidates are to be seated at the allotted place.
What to take and what not to take to the exam center?
Candidates are to be in possession of the following when reporting to the test centre:
- MAT admit card 2020 duly completed
- Valid ID Proof.
- Blue / Black Ball Point Pen.
Calculator, Mobile, Electronic Gadgets etc are not permitted inside the test room.
Your MAT 2020 Admit Card and valid ID Proof will be verified during the test. One part of Admit Card will be given to you as proof of your having appeared in the test. Please ensure that this is duly signed by you and the test invigilator.
Guidelines for Remote Proctored Internet Based Test (IBT)
Requirements for taking IBT are computer system (laptop or desktop) with working webcam and mic, Operating System Windows V-7 or above, and internet connection with minimum bandwidth of 512 kbps.
The process includes installing software that keeps track of the candidate’s test activity using his/her computer screen, utilizing the webcam to watch and record every detail, and harnessing the power of AI to analyze the student’s actions during the test/exam.
You should do some advance checks to be better prepared for the test:
- Read the Candidate IBT Experience Guide thoroughly, available at mat.aima.in.
- View the demo video as many times as you want, to understand the process better.
- Download and Install MSB (a secure browser).
- Take the Mock IBT, the schedule and other details for which are available on the website. This would be the best way to experience the whole process before the actual test.
- Ensure to have specified internet connectivity and enough power supply/backup to have an uninterrupted experience.
- You must ensure to sit in a quiet place in a well‐lit room, with proper lighting on your face.
Dress Code for IBT- Even though it’s an online test that you are giving from home or a place of your choice, you must be dressed up properly for an official setting and must maintain the decorum of the test at all times. It is enough to wear simple formal/semi‐formal clothes. There is no need to dress up in suit‐tie, etc.
ID proof requirement for MAT 2020 IBT – It is mandatory for you to keep a Govt. approved valid original photo ID proof document ready with you beforehand when you take your seat for the test. You will need to submit a live image of the document to get authorised to start the test.
Exam Centers for PBT
AIMA is conducting the MAT 2020 PBT in following cities.
- Delhi (ncr)
Candidates may clarify queries regarding MAT, if any, at e-mail: [email protected] and at 8130338839, 9599030586, 011-47673020 between 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM.
AIMA MAT 2020 Admit Card Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : The Paper Based Test is being conducted on the first Sunday of the February, May, September and December from 1000-1230 hours. Whereas the Computer Based Test is being conducted from subsequent Sunday onwards and in different Time slots.
Ans : Yes, Specific Admit Card will be generated both for the candidates opted for the Paper Based Test and for the Computer Based Test.
Ans : Computer Based Test means the candidate sits in front of a computer and the questions are presented on the computer monitor and the candidate submits the answers through the use of keyboard or mouse. This is unlike the Paper Based Test, which is generally offered on a single day to all candidates. MAT is offered over a period of time and the candidate can choose the center, the day and time of his/her convenience to take the test.
Ans : MAT is usually conducted 4 times in a year in February, May, September and December.
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