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    Having scored 41% in graduation can I apply for MAT exam?

    hello sir/mam
    I have got 41% in graduation with my honours subject,can i apply for MAT exams?





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    jxsab
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    Re: Having scored 41% in graduation can I apply for MAT exam?

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    hello sir/mam
    I have got 41% in graduation with my honours subject,can i apply for MAT exams?
    Hey friend,

    MAT stands for Management Aptitude Test

    This exam is conducted National Level and is held 4 times in the months of February, May, September and December.

    Having scored 41% in Graduation you are eligible for applying for the MAT Exam

    > There is no certain minimum marks which is required to appear for the MAT,you just need to have completed a Degree from a recognized university

    The other criteria's which are also needed to be satisfied along with this criteria are:

    > There is no age limit to appear for this exam

    > Candidates who are appearing for the final year examination can also apply for MAT 2013 exam.

    > Candidates who want to appear in MAT 2013 should be minimum a graduated from an acclaimed university.


    If you satisfy all these criteria for the exam then you an apply for the MAT Exam.

    You can apply for the exam in 2 modes:

    # ONLINE

    # OFFLINE

    ALL THE BEST




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    BISWARUP
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    Re: Having scored 41% in graduation can I apply for MAT exam?

    MAT stands for Management Aptitude Test .

    The minimum qualification for appearing in MAT is graduation in any discipline from any recognized University .Final year student in any undergraduate can also apply.

    You have completed Graduation degree with 41% so you are applicable for MAT exam .

    The topics are coming in MAT exam is given below , you should prepare well on these topics-

    Language Comprehension
    Mathematical Skills
    Data Analysis and Sufficiency
    Intelligence and Critical Reasoning:
    Indian and Global Environment

    List of the best books for MAT exam given below .You can choose any of these books -


    MAT Solved Papers (Management Aptitude Test) with Practice CD
    by
    G.K.P.
    Publisher: G. K. Publications Pvt. Ltd



    Mission MBA MAT Guide
    by
    BS Sijwali,Tarun Goyal
    Publisher: Arihant Books (2011)


    A Practice Book for MAT 10 Mock Tests
    by
    Dharmendra Mittal
    Publisher: Arihant Publications (2011)

    For more details you can visit to http://www.aima-ind.org
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    frehman
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    Re: Having scored 41% in graduation can I apply for MAT exam?

    Dear Friend,


    MAT is entrance exam for MBA.

    It requires minimum graduation from recognized university.

    It is not require any percentage criteria.

    MAT is Management Aptitude Test.


    for MAt detail visit the following website:

    www.aima-ind.org

    Thank You!!!!!

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    tanveersandhu
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    Re: Having scored 41% in graduation can I apply for MAT exam?

    My dear friend.

    MAT stands for Management Aptitude Test.

    It is well known exam.

    The main requirement criteria for the MAT is Graduation.

    It maybe in any discipline.

    There is no minimum percentage requirement for MAT.

    The only thing that is required is Graduation.

    Even final year graduation students can also apply.

    There is no problem with that either.

    Apart from that there is no age limit.

    The exam can be given as offline.

    The candidates wishing to appear for the online exam can also do that.

    So having 41% marks in graduation is well enough.

    Remember there shouldn't be any pending backlog my friend.

    Meeting all the above criteria you are eligible for MAT.

    Thank You.

    I hope the information will be helpful.

    Regards
    tanveersandhu.

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