Having discussed already in brief about the MAT February 2015 Eligibility,Important dates we now move forward with the discussion on other details of MAT February 2015 entrance exam. We are here to discuss more on the application procedure as well as the exam pattern for MAT February 2015 entrance exam. Interested & eligible candidates please have a look at the same.
As mentioned previously MAT 2015 entrance exam is carried out in both the ways, online mode or computer based test as well as in offline mode i.e. pen & paper test. Given below is the procedure to apply for MAT Feb 2015 entrance exam.
How to apply for MAT Feb 2015?
Candidates are advised to pay a closer look at the application procedure for MAT Feb 2015 entrance exam. given below are some steps which need to be followed in order to register for MAT Feb 2015.
- Candidates can register for MAT Feb 2015 online using the official website. In order to apply for MAT Feb 2015 candidates can click HERE Candidates can make the application fees payment through Credit Card/Debit Card.
- The application fees payable by the candidates is Rs.1200/- through Net Banking.
- Candidates need to obtain a crossed Demand Draft (DD) of Rs.1200/- in favour of “All India Management Association” payable at Delhi from any bank.
- On the other hand, candidates can also obtain the form with MAT Bulletin against a cash payment of Rs.1200/- from listed Nodal Centers of AIMA or AIMA, New Delhi.
- Admit Cards shall be available to the candidates on or after 25th January 2015.
MAT Feb 2015 Exam Pattern
Let us have a look at the exam pattern for MAT Feb 2015. The exam pattern for MAT Feb 2015 shall be of great use to the candidates while appearing for MAT 2015 entrance exam.
- Total number of questions being asked in MAT 2015 are 200.
- Total time duration provided to candidates in order to appear for MAT 2015 entrance exam is 1 & ½ hour (150 minutes)
- Every question carries one mark. Total 200 marks in all.
- Questions shall be asked from five sections such as
-Logical & Critical Reasoning
- 40 questions are being asked per section. Thus total 200 questions are being asked.