he candidates must check all the details of the MAT Pattern to become comfortable with the topics covered. As per MAT Exam Pattern 2023, the total number of questions will be 200 asked from the below 5 sections:
- Indian and Global Environment
- Data Analysis and Sufficiency
- Language Comprehension
- Mathematical Skills
- Intelligence & Critical Reasoning
There are 4 sessions for MAT: February, May, September, and December, which are conducted in 3 exam modes: IBT, CBT, and PBT. So, a clear understanding of the MAT Exam Pattern is important to ace this exam. As per the MAT marking Scheme, +1 mark will be awarded for each correct answer. But -0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer. Note the section below to get all the latest official updates for MAT Exam Pattern 2023.
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MAT Exam Pattern Highlights
The MAT 2023 for all the 3 modes: IBT, CBT, and PBT will be based on the same exam structure. Check below the table for basic highlights of the MAT Exam Pattern and the test structure.
CBT, PBT, IBT
Data Analysis & Sufficiency
Intelligence & Critical Reasoning
Indian & Global Environment
MAT Exam Pattern: Total questions
MAT Total Marks
MAT Marking Scheme
+1 for every correct entry
-0.25 for every incorrect entry
0 for not attempting a question
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MAT 2023 Exam Pattern: Section-Wise Details
As per the official MAT Exam Pattern, there are 5 sections: Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analytics & Sufficiency, Indian & Global Environment, Intelligence & Critical Reasoning. The conducting body, AIMA, is responsible for releasing the official MAT Exam Pattern 2023. However, the Pattern of the MAT Exam has remained the same for the past few years. Go through the section below to get a detailed analysis of the section-wise MAT 2023 Exam Pattern.
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