MAT 2017 Cutoff: The cutoff of MAT is the minimum qualifying marks based on which candidates will be selected for further rounds of admission process. MAT December cutoff will be released by the participating institutes in January 2018. The MAT 2017 result has been declared on December 29, 2017. Candidates can check their results on this page. On the basis of MAT 2017 cutoff, candidates will be called for GD/PI/WAT conducted by the institutes accepting MAT scores. The participating institutes decides MAT cutoff 2017 based on the difficulty level of the test, number of candidates and number of seats in an institute. MAT cutoff of top b-schools ranges from 500 to 700. MAT cutoff is calculated based on the composite score that is scaled in the range from 199 to 801. MAT cutoff varies as per institutes and categories. MAT 2017 was conducted on December 10 in offline mode. The computer based test was held on December 16. Candidates can check below for previous years’ MAT cutoff of top b-schools.
MAT Result 2017 for December exam - Click here
MAT cut off for December will be released in the first week of January 2018. MAT 2017 paper and computer based test was conducted on December 10 and 16, respectively. The dates related to availability of MAT cutoff score is mentioned below.
MAT 2017 Cutoff dates
|1||MAT December 2017 to be held on||December 10 and 16, 2017|
MAT December result
December 29, 2017
MAT cut off for December
First week of January
The MAT December 2017 cutoff is the minimum marks required to get shortlisted for the admission process of various management institutes accepting MAT scores. Each participating institutes will have separate MAT 2017 Cutoff score and is released in the form of marks.
MAT cutoff is calculated on the basis of composite score of the exam. This score is arrived at from the marks scored in language comprehension, mathematical skills, data analysis and sufficiency, intelligence and critical reasoning. Each section is scaled on a range of 0-100. From this, the composite score is calculated on a scale ranging from 199 to 801. The Indian and Global Environment section is scored separately on a scale of 0 to 100.
Before the official MAT 2017 Cutoff marks are declared, some coaching institutes release MAT expected cutoff. These cutoffs are for reference and admission will be granted on the basis of MAT official cutoff only. Aspirants securing a score above 50 marks in each section and above 500 on composite scale can be certain of securing admission in top colleges that accept MAT scores. Here is the list of expected MAT cutoff for top management institutes.
|Sr.No.||Top B-Schools||Expected MAT Cutoff 2017|
|1||TA Pai Management Institute, Manipal||700|
|2||Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Bangalore||700|
|3||Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad||650|
|5||Department of Management Sciences, PUMBA (Pune University)||600|
|9||IFIM Business School||500|
|15||M S Ramaiah institute of Management||500|
|16||Kristu Jayanti Institute of Management||500|
|19||MIT School of Business||500|
|21||Accurate Institute of Management and Technology||450|
|25||Christ Institute of Management||400|
|27||Japuria Institute of Management||400|
|29||Universe Business School, Mumbai||400|
Candidates can check in the table below MAT cutoff of previous years provided by top B-schools accepting MAT scores.
|College name||MAT cutoff score of previous years|
|National Institute of Technology, Warangal||600|
|Institute of Finance and International Management, Bangalore||600|
|Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad||650|
|Balaji Institute of Modern Management, Pune||600|
|PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore||600|
|Amity Business School, Noida||500|
|Alliance School of Business, Bangalore||500|
|TA Pai Management Institute, Manipal||700|
|ABV- Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior||600|
|Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Bangalore||700|
Over 600 B-schools admits candidates to its various programmes on the basis of MAT 2017 Cutoff score. After declaration of MAT result each participating institutes releases cutoff score. Candidates shortlisted based on MAT scores can check MAT cutoff at the institute to which they have been selected and applied. The selection procedure of each participating institutes is different. MAT selection procedure includes the following steps.
Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national level management entrance examination. The test scores are used for admission to various MBA and allied management programmes. The exam is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) four times in a year – February, May, September and December. More than 600 B-Schools accept MAT scores. Over 10,000 candidates appear every year for MAT.