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MAT is an easier version of CAT

MAT is an easier version of CAT
MAT is an easier version of CAT Know How MAT 2018 is a Brilliant Opportunity for MBA Aspirants The Management Aptitude Test is a great opportunity for aspirants who are willing to pursue their education in management. MAT is comparatively a less competitive exam unlike CAT, which is considered to be one of the toughest examinations for entering into top management colleges like IIM’S. Results are the most uncertain part of examinations. Some tend to clear it with flying colours whereas some might not live up to the mark. After witnessing your results for CAT 2018, some must be gleaming with joy while others might be disheartened for they could not score well. Well, if you consider yourself as someone who didn’t perform well or if your  CAT Result did not leave you satisfied, do not get demoralised but keep thriving for success. Your dream of securing admission into a good management B-school is still possible by appearing into exams like MAT 2018. MAT equally attracts a good number of management B-schools who offer admissions into their PGDM courses. It is generally conducted 4 times in a year wiz February, May, September and December in both online and offline mode. The exam consists of five sections comprising of 200 questions in total. We can easily say that MAT is an easier version of CAT. Hence, MAT 2018 is an ideal choice for anyone aiming to secure admission in MBA in a good management institute in India. There are many benefits associated with MAT 2018 which prove that is a great opportunity for MBA aspirants. Let us have a look at some of those benefits: Lower difficulty level This is the first and foremost factors which distinguish MAT from other management exams. In comparison to other major MBA entrance examinations, like CAT, XAT, SNAP etc. MAT is of a much lower level in terms of difficulty. If the student is already well versed with the syllabus of CAT or other major MBA exams there is no extra preparation needed for MAT as the syllabus is same. Just a small recap or revision into all the topics that you had prepared for CAT 2018 , would be enough for clearing MAT 2018. For instance, a student who has secured let’s say around 60-70 percentile in CAT can easily score an 80+ percentile in MAT with a strong level of preparation and practice. Many students also end up scoring 800/800 in MAT which clearly indicates the difficulty level of this exam. Wider Choice of B-Schools MAT offers a wide choice of management b-schools to select from which makes it a very lucrative option for students. There are more than 600 management institutes which accept MAT scores across the country, which is probably the highest in number in comparison to any other entrance examination. As per AIMA, the management body which conducts MAT every year “It is the largest test of its kind in India”. Gateway to Best Colleges MAT is also a gateway to some of the best MBA colleges in our country such as Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) which ranks among the top 10 management colleges of India. Chanda Kochar, Uday Kotak and Mani Ratnam are some of the most eminent personalities who are distinguished alumni of JBIMS. The list doesn’t ends here; colleges like KJ Somaiya Institute of Management & Research, SIMSREE, NL Dalmia Institute of Management also accept MAT scores for admissions. Multiple attempts in a year Since, MAT is conducted four times in a year; candidates get a chance to appear in MAT more than one time if they haven’t scored well. You save a lot...
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