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    What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    i want to know that what is the minimum required percentage in graduation for appearing in mat exam





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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    You need to be a graduate to attend the MAT entrance exam. The MAT exam is mainly conducted as part of the selection criteria for the MBA course. You can be a graduate in any discipline to attend the MAT exam. You need to secure at least a 50% of marks to attend the MAT exam in the graduation level. Those in the final year of graduation can also attend the exam. You can attend the MAT exam any number of times. There is no restriction on the number of times that you can appear the MAT exam. The exam is held four times a year.




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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    i have 48% in bcom.and i am an obc.can you please tell me that i am eligble to appear in mat or not?

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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    Dear Friend,

    MAT : Management Aptitude test.

    You are only eligible to apply for MAT Entrance examination, because for this examination you have to complete your Graduate degree course in any discipline form a recognised University, with scored minimum 50% in graduation. If you have scored less than 50% marks in your Graduation you are not eligible.

    Regards,
    Yogesh Khandelwal.

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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    haiiiii,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear MAT is a MBA entrance exam conducted by the subdivision of all india management association which was called as centre of management services with aptitude based ,this exam is conducted in objective type .this entrance exam is awarded with the status of national entrance test by the ministry of HRD government of india .
    this entrance exam is for AICTE approved institutes.
    this exam consists of
    ENGLISH
    • verbal ability,
    • language comprehension,
    • grammar,
    MATHEMATICS
    • quantitative aptitude,
    DATA INTERPRETATION
    • data analysis skills,
    • data sufficiency,
    REASONING ABILITY
    • reasoning skills,
    • logical thinking,
    this exam also consists of negative marks for wrong answering
    eligibility
    you must have a bachelors degree 10+2+3 pattern to get eligible ,you must have pas certificate to get eligible.
    this exam consists of five papers
    • language comprehension-40
    • mathematical skills-40
    • data analysis &sufficiency-40
    • intelligence and critical reasoning-40
    • Indian and global environment-40
    you have various other entrance exams like
    • CAT,
    • OPEN MAT,
    • XAT,
    • GMAT,
    • BIMT,
    • OPENMAT,
    [*]there are lot of specializations in MBA LIKE[/LIST]
    • MBA in information technology,
    • MBA in health,
    • MBA in finance,
    • MBA in telecommunications,
    • MBA in media,
    • MBA in services,
    • MBA in marketing,
    • MBA in human resource ,
    • MBA in hospitality,
    • MBA in accounting,
    • MBA in E-business,
    • MBA in E-commerce,
    • MBA in technology management,
    • MBA in risk management,
    so dear all the best

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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    Dear friend,

    you should be at least graduate for attending mat entrance exam.

    The MAT exam is mainly conducted as part of the selection criteria for the MBA course. You can be a graduate in any discipline to attend the MAT exam. You need to secure at least a 50% of marks to attend the MAT exam in the graduation level. Those in the final year of graduation can also attend the exam. You can attend the MAT exam any number of times. There is no restriction on the number of times that you can appear the MAT exam. The exam is held four times a year.

    best of luck

    regards,
    Mithun sharma

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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    Hai,
    Candidates posses Bachelor's degree in any disciplines like BBA,BCA,B.Com or B.tech from recognized institute or university with 60% of marks can apply for this exam.Final year students are also eligible for this.

    Thank you

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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    dear friend

    MAT stands for management aptitude test.

    ---> it is the entrance examination held for getting admission in management course.

    the eligibility criteria for MAT are :

    1.you must have done your graduation in any stream from a recognised university.

    2.the minimum % of marks required to appear in MAT examinations is 50.


    3.final year graduation candidates can also apply.


    this all about this question.

    hope the answer helps you

    all the best for your career.

    avinashparashar


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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage in Graduation for appearing in MAT Entrance exam?

    MAT stands for Management Apititude Test ,which is conducted by All India Management Association four times.

    It is an Entrance examination for MBA course admission to top colleges of India.

    Education qualification: graduation Degree completd with 50 % from a recognized board.

    Selection Procedure: Written examination ,Group descussion and Interview.

    The written examination consist of English , Mathematics ,Data Interpretation and Reasoning.

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