MAT Cutoff 2016

May 25, 2017 Team EC

MAT Cutoff 2016MAT Cutoff 2016 – The MAT cut off marks are minimum scores that candidates must obtain to get shortlisted for counselling rounds of the participating institutes. MAT Cutoff 2016 scores were prepared on basis of various factors such as difficulty level of the test, number of exam takers, total number of seats, etc. Each of the participating institutes had their own individual MAT 2016 cutoff scores. Also, the MAT cut off scores vary with the category of the candidate. The result for MAT May 2017 is available now and the participating institutes will soon announce their MAT 2017 cutoff scores. It is expected that the cutoff marks will be similar to previous year. Candidates can check the MAT Cutoff 2016 scores of few of the participating institutes from this page and estimate the cut off marks for this session. The test was held on May 07 and 13, in offline and online mode for admission to the MBA programmes of various institutes. Check this article for more details on MAT cut off 2016, factors affecting the scores, etc.

MAT Cutoff 2016

The cutoff for MAT is the minimum marks required to get shortlisted into the pre-admission processes of various Management Institute accepting MAT scores. The official cutoff will be released by the participating institutes after the declaration of the MAT Result for May. The candidates must note that AIMA and other participating Institutes keep the cutoff similar to that of last years. Therefore, we can expect the MAT September Cutoff to be similar to that of previous years. Check the table for Institute-wise cutoff of previous year –

Institute-Wise MAT Cutoff

Top B schools MAT Cutoff marks
Management Development Institute (MDI) 600
Christ Institute of Management 400
IFIM Business School 500
AIMS 500
VIT University 500
SRM school and SRM University 500
SSIM 500
VJIM 500
SCMS 500
M S Ramaiah Institute of Management 500
Kristu Jayanti Institute of Management 500
Sharda University 400
Japuria Institute of Management 400
IMS 400
Accurate Institute of Management & Technology 450
ITM 400
Universal Business school 400
SIES College of management 550
SIOM 450
IIMS 450
MIT School of Business 500

MAT Cutoff 2016

Terms Related to MAT Cutoff - 

  • Official MAT Cutoff marks: MAT 2016 cutoff marks will be released by the AIMA. That cutoff will be called the official cutoff. Everyone have to consider that cutoff. Selection of the candidate will be done according to this cutoff.
  • Expected cutoff marks: This cutoff marks will be announced by some reputed institutes only. This cutoff will not be the final one.
  • Cutoff scores: This will be the limit that has to be beaten by the candidates to get selected. MAT 2016 Cutoff will decide the selection of candidates.
  • Cutoff ranks: Cutoff rank will decide the priority of the candidates in the selection. Higher the rank higher will be a priority to get selected. The last rank to et included in the merit list will be cutoff rank.

MAT 2016 Cutoff Details

  • Candidates should check Cutoff of MAT 2016 to check whether they qualify the exam or not. This will tell if they are moving to further round or not.
  • Candidates should also look to MAT result to check qualification of exam.
  • Candidates beating Cut Off of MAT 2016 Exam will be put in the merit list.
  • If you score 500+ you will get a good B school.

Factors Affecting the MAT 2016 Cutoff

The following factors will be considered while preparing the MAT May 2017 cutoff scores by the various participating institutes - 

  • Number of candidates registered
  • Number of candidates appeared the exam
  • Reservation Norms
  • Level of difficulty of exam
  • Previous year cutoff trends
  • Previous year admission trends

MAT Selection Procedure 2017

Each participating Institute will have their own set of clauses for selecting candidates for their management programmes. These Institutes will release their cutoff after the result for MAT 2017 is released to shortlist candidates for the pre-admission process. Most Management Institutes will be having the following pattern for selection –

  1. Group Discussion (GD)
  2. Personal Interview (PI)
  3. Written Ability Test (WAT)

According to the admission committee, the candidate’s thought process and written communication skills are tested during the WAT. In the GD rounds, most of the soft-spoken or shy candidates fail to make an impression. Thus, the WAT rounds are gaining prominence over the GD rounds.

Colleges accepting MAT

Entrepreneurship and Management Processes International
Entrepreneurship and Management Processes International
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Fortune Institute of International Business
Fortune Institute of International Business
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ITM Business School
ITM Business School
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Taxila Business School
Taxila Business School
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School of Inspired Leadership
School of Inspired Leadership
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