MAT February Result 2017 announced on February 23


MAT February Result 2017All India Management Association (AIMA) has announced the result of Management Aptitude Test 2017 (MAT) for February session on February 23, 2017. The result is available online and a link to check the same has been provided here below. The candidates can download their MAT 2017 February score card by submitting their Roll No., Form No. and month of the test.
The MAT 2017 score card will be sent through post to all the candidates. Also, they can check their MAT February 2017 result through SMS. They will be required to send ‘MATS FORMNO DOB(ddmmyy)’ to 54242. This facility is available for all phone operators. The result-cum-scorecard furnishes the individual score of 6 sections, namely, Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis & Sufficiency, Intelligence & Critical Reasoning, Composite score and Indian & Global Environment.
Latest MAT Result 2017 for February – Check Here


Steps to view and download the MAT 2017 Score Card for February 2017

  1. Click on the link given here above.
  2. Access the online window to check your result on the redirected page.
  3. Enter your respective MAT February 2017 Roll Number and Form Number.
  4. Thereafter, select the month of the test as ‘February’ from the drop down menu given there.
  5. Click on ‘Submit’ after filling all the details correctly.
  6. On submission of valid details, the MAT 2017 result will flash on your screen.
  7. Download this displayed scorecard and print a copy of it. Retain this scorecard with you till you get admission to one of the B-Schools.

There are over 300 MAT 2017 Participating Institutes which will be considering the score of MAT 2017 February for granting admission to MBA and other post graduate management courses. These Institutes will decide MAT 2017 cutoff and will shortlist the candidates after applying this cutoff. The candidates obtaining the MAT score more than or equal to the decided cutoff will only be shortlisted for further admission rounds, which generally includes a Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds.