The registered candidates for both the formats of MAT May 2011 need to download the Admit Card seven days before the paper pencil based test.
Online PR News – 29-April-2011 – – The registration process of MAT May 2011 is over now. This is the last week of your preparation as the paper pencil test will take place on Sunday, May 1, 2011 and the computer based test will take place from Saturday, May 7, 2011 onwards.
This is the time to gear up for the D-day, but you should not forget that you have to take your Admit Cards for MAT May 2011, without which you will not be able to take the test, be it in the paper pencil format, or the computer based format.
The registered candidates for both the formats of MAT May 2011 need to download the Admit Card seven days before the paper pencil based test. The download window was opened on Saturday, April 23, 2011. For the candidates who have selected the Computer Based format can also download the card till April 30.
To download the Admit Cards, the candidates have the visit the AIMA website link, which is www.aima-ind.org/mat_centre.aspx
“Candidates accessing the website the earliest can choose the Date and Time of his/her choice subject to availability. Those who have not opted the date and time slot for 4-5 days; will be automatically allotted date and time slot by the system,” AIMA mentions.
AIMA also mentions that specific admit cards will be generated for the candidates opted for the Paper Pencil Based test and the Computer Based test. “Admit Card would be having Candidate Name, Form No., Roll No., Test Date, Test Time and Test Venue Address. Candidate has to strictly follow the date and time allotted to them in the case of Computer Based Test,” AIMA says.
So if you have not yet downloaded your Admit Card, or chosen the date for your computer based test, it is high time you do so.
MAT May 2011 will be held in 84 test centers in India and two international centers of Dubai and Singapore.
B-schools accepting MAT scores
For MAT May 2011, 584 B-schools will accept the MAT scores. Some of the notable B-schools are AIMA Center for Management Education (PGDM & PGDITM); Amity University, Noida, Manesar; Apeejay Institute of Technology, Greater Noida; Asia Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi; Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management, New Delhi; AICAR Business School, Neral; Xavier Institute of Development Action & Studies, Jabalpur; Acharya Institute of Management & Sciences, Bangalore; IFIM Business School, Bangalore; Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad; Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kolkata; Birla School of Management, Kolkata; KIIT University, Bhubaneswar to name a few.