MAT Cutoff 2018

Feb. 22, 2018 108807 anangsha.patra

mat cutoff MAT Cutoff 2018: The cutoff of MAT is the minimum marks which candidates have to score to become eligible for the next round of selection process. MAT cutoff will be released in March by the participating institutes. Candidates scoring above 700 or 600 may get a call from management institutes like TA Pai Management Institute, Manipal, ABV- Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior, Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Bangalore etc. Besides the overall cutoff, most institutes also releases the sectional cutoff. Candidates have to secure both sectional and overall cutoff to get shortlisted for the next rounds of the selection process. The cutoff varies as per the institutes. The participating institutes decides the cutoff after considering several factors like exam difficulty, number of appeared candidates and availability of seats in each institutes. Entrance Corner has provided the previous year’s MAT cutoff. The result of MAT is available now. MAT 2018 was conducted on February 4 and 17 in paper and computer-based mode, respectively. Read this article to know more on MAT 2018 cutoff.
 
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What is MAT cutoff 2018?

MAT cut off is the first criteria based on which the colleges call candidates for the next rounds of selection. Candidates have to clear the cutoffs or else they will not receive the call for the further rounds of selection procedure of the MAT participating institutes. After the declaration of result, the scores of candidates are sent to five institutes opted by the candidates during registration.
 

Factors that determine MAT cut off

The following the factors determines the cutoff.
  • Number of candidates
  • Difficulty of exam
  • Availability of seats

How MAT cut off score is calculated?

MAT cut off 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.
 

MAT Cutoff 2018 of the Participating Institutes

The cutoff percentile of the participating institutes are provided below.
 
List of participating institutes with cutoffs 90 percentile and above
Institute
MAT cutoff percentile
PSGIM
96
BIIB
91.2
VESIM
95.63
O.P. Jindal Global University
90
IBA
90
N L Dalmiya Institute of Management
97.91
KSOM-KIIT
96
IPE
90
AIMS Institutes
90
 
 
List of participating institutes with cutoffs 80 percentile and above
 
Institute
MAT cutoff
ISB&M
80
Gitam University
80
JIMS
80
Jaipuria Institute of Management
85
Jaypee Business School
80
Jaipuria Institute of Management
84.3
SIES
85
BIMHRD
85
GL Bajaj Institute
89
 
List of participating institutes with cutoffs 70 percentile and above
 
 
Institutes
MAT cutoff
JKBS
70
Thiagarajar School of Management
75
CoMES-UPES
75
IIMS
70
BIMTECH (Specialized programmes)
70
XIME
75
M S Ramaiah
75
VJIM
75
 
 
List of participating institutes with cutoffs 60 percentile and above
 
Institutes
MAT cutoff
AIMIT
60
MITSOB
60
Accurate Institute
60
CBS
60
ITM
65
Apeejay School of Management
60
EMPI Business School
65
FIIB
65
IMS
60
SCMS
63
IESMCRC
60
 

MAT 2018 Result

AIMA has announced MAT result  on February 22. Candidates have to log in with their roll and form number and select the exam month. MAT result can be availed via SMS also. The examination authority will not send the hard copy of MAT scorecard by post. The result displays the sectional and overall scores and percentile.
 

About MAT 2018

 
MAT is conducted four times a year - February, May, September and December by AIMA. MAT is an objective type test covering 150 minutes duration comprising five sections - Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning and Indian and Global Environment.

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