MAT Result 2022 – Scorecard, CutOff, Check Final Merit List


MAT Result 2022 – Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national-level exam administered since 1988. It is conducted by the All India management association (AIMA), New Delhi for management aspirants seeking admission in MBA, PGDM, and allied management programs over 600 business schools across India. This standardized examination used to be held 4 times a year ie in February, May, September, and December. AIMA conducts MAT 2022 in both online (computer-based) and offline (pen-paper based) mode. Applicants can choose this according to their comfort. We have provided the details about the expected result dates of MAT 2022 below.

MAT Result 2022

AIMA (All India management association), conducting body of MAT releases the results in their official website – check results, candidates will have to log in to the official website of MAT AIMA by entering the required details like registration number and roll number.

MAT Result 2022 Dates

AIMA is yet to release result dates for MAT 2022, but the candidates can refer to the below table for expected MAT 2022 result week and month.

For February session ,

Examination mode Expected result date
PBT (Paper-Based Test) the second week of April 2022
IBT (internet-based test) the second week of April 2022
CBT (Computer-Based Test) the second week of April 2022

For May Session ,

Examination mode Expected result date
PBT (Paper-Based Test) First week of July 2022
IBT (internet-based test) First week of July 2022
CBT (Computer-Based Test) First week of July 2022

For September Session ,

Examination mode Expected result date
IBT (internet-based test) second week of September 2022
PBT (Paper-Based Test) second week of September 2022
CBT (Computer-Based Test) second week of September 2022

For December session ,

Examination mode Expected exam date
IBT (internet-based test) First week of January 2023
PBT (Paper-Based Test) First week of January 2023
CBT (Computer-Based Test) First week of January 2023
  • Candidates can take a look at previous year (2021) result dates :
MAT 2021 Exam Session Result dates
February session 2021 2 April 2021
May session 2021 8 July 2021
September session 2021 23 September 2021

How to check your MAT 2022 result

The result of MAT 2022 releases on their official website. Candidates can go through the following steps to check their results.

  • Visit the official Website of AIMA MAT –
  • Click on download/view.
  • Now, click on “MAT Result” tab.
  • Select the month of your examination.
  • Enter your Registration number and Roll number.
  • Now, click on the “submit” tab. As a result, your scorecard will appear on the screen.

MAT 2022 marking scheme

Candidates can refer to the following points for MAT 2022 marking scheme.

  • The question paper of MAT is divided into 5 sections ie, Intelligence and Critical reasoning, Data analysis and Sufficiency, Language comprehension, Indian and Global Environment and Mathematics.
  • In each section there will be total 40 questions. That is in the whole question paper there will be total 200 questions.
  • Each question carries one mark.
  • There is negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong attempt.
  • There is no deduction of marks for unanswered questions.

Important details in MAT Result 2022

The things which will be mentioned in the candidate’s scorecard are given below –

  • MAT 2022 Composite score.
  • MAT section-wise scores that is of- Language comprehension, Intelligence and Critical reasoning, Data analysis and sufficiency, Mathematical skills.
  • Section-wise and overall percentile of candidates.

Candidates are advised to go through the calculation method to know how the scores and percentiles are calculated.

Calculation of MAT 2022 Scaled score

The section-wise score of a candidate is known as their Scaled score, The Scaled score is calculated on the basis of marks obtained in each section.

  • Each section consists of total 40 questions and each question are of 1 marks. This concludes the maximum achievable raw marks in each section is 40.
  • The raw marks obtained are Scaled between a range of 0 – 100.
  • MAT is conducted four times a year so the difficulty level varies each time and difficulty level is one of the important factor in which MAT results depends.
  • This scaled score gives an approximate depiction of a candidate’s performance.
  • While the Scaled score of Indian and Global Environment section is included in MAT score – report, the score is not considered while calculating the overall percentile of a candidate.

Calculation of Composite Score 2022

  • The composite score in MAT exam is given on the scale 199-801.
  • A score below 200 appears as 199 and score above 800 appears as 801in the scorecard.
  • Scaled score of only the first 4 sections are included during the calculation of composite score.
  • AIMA hasn’t provided any formula through which MAT composite score can be calculated.

Calculation of MAT Percentile 2022

  • The MAT Percentile varies with the total number of candidates appeared in the examination as well as the score obtained by these candidates.
  • Some colleges consider admission through composite score while some colleges admit students on the basis of their percentile score.

Factors determining MAT Result 2022

  • Seat availability.
  • Total number of applicants.
  • Difficulty level of question paper.

FAQs about MAT Result 2022

Q. How many marks will be given on every correct answer of MAT 2022?

Answer- For every correct answer, you’ll get 4 marks.

Q. What is a good score for MAT?

Answer- Percentile above 80 and composite score above 450 is considered as a good score. Some colleges admit students on the basis of percentile scores and some on the basis of the composite score.

Q. What details are required for checking MAT results online?

Answer- To check MAT result online, the applicants need their registration number and Roll number.

Q. What is the official site of MAT?


Q. What information will be there on my MAT 2022 scorecard?

Answer- The marks of the following section will be mentioned in your scorecard :
A composite score, Mathematical skills, Language comprehension, Data analysis and sufficiency, Indian and Global Environment, Intelligence, and Critical reasoning.

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