MAT Exam Centers 2023 for PBT is available in 16 cities across India and 49 cities for CBT mode. Applicants can choose up to two cities of their preference while filling out the MAT 2023 application form. It is recommended that candidates select their MAT exam cities carefully, as no changes will be allowed later.
The MAT CBT mode exam for the September session will be held on 17 September 2023 and admit card will be released on 14 September 2023. The MAT 2023 for CBT mode will be conducted on 3 September 2023 and its admit card will be released by 31 August 2023. Candidates can check their allotted MAT Exam Centers when their admit cards are released on the official website.
How to Select MAT Exam Center 2023?
Candidates must select their preferred MAT Exam Center at the time of registration based on the mode of examination they prefer (PBT/ CBT). Candidates are allowed to choose up to two MAT test centers as their preference. Usually, candidates are given their preferred choice of location, but there can be exceptions on rare occasions. Candidates can follow the given steps to opt for their MAT Exam Center 2023:
- Candidates must go to the AIMA official website and register for MAT Exam 2023.
- Log in to the website using login credentials and start filling out the application form.
- While filling out the application form, candidates will be asked to fill in the ‘Select Test City option. Here, candidates are required to select two test cities of their preference.
- Candidates must then continue the application by uploading the required documents and paying the application fee.
Once the MAT application form has been submitted and payment has been made, candidates cannot change their MAT exam centers. If the candidates have any issues or concerns, they can resolve their queries by contacting AIMA by phone or email.
MAT Exam Centers 2023 for PBT Mode
The MAT Exam Centers 2023 for PBT Mode are located in various cities across India. Candidates can select up to two exam centers based on their preference while registering for the MAT Exam. The complete list of exam center preferences available for the MAT PBT 2023 is as follows:
MAT Exam Centers 2023 for CBT Mode
The MAT CBT mode allows candidates to take the test online from a designated center, which could be located in various cities across India. It offers more flexibility in terms of choosing the date and slot for the exam. The complete list of exam centers for the MAT CBT 2023 is as follows:
How to Check the Allocated MAT Exam Center 2023?
The MAT Exam Center 2023 provided for the candidates will be mentioned on the MAT Admit Card for the exam. Candidates can check the exam center details for MAT 2023 once the admit card is released. Follow the given steps to check the allotted exam center for MAT 2023:
- Visit the AIMA official website for MAT 2023.
- Click on the “Download Admit Card” link from the dropdown menu.
- Enter your registered MAT email ID and password in the given fields.
- Click on the “Submit” button.
- Your MAT Admit Card 2023 will appear on the screen.
- Check all the details mentioned on the Admit Card carefully and check the allocated MAT Exam Center.
- Download and save the MAT Admit Card 2023 for future reference.
MAT Exam Centers 2023: Important Guidelines
- To avoid any hassle on the day of the MAT 2023 Exam, candidates are advised to arrive at the exam center at least an hour before the scheduled time.
- Candidates must carry their MAT 2023 Admit Card to the test center along with a valid photo ID proof for verification.
- Candidates should bring their own personal hand sanitiser and water bottle. For MAT PBT mode, candidates need to carry a black/blue ballpoint pen to the MAT Exam Center.
- The entry to the MAT exam hall starts an hour before the scheduled time. Candidates who arrive 15 minutes after the start of the MAT 2023 exam will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.
- Electronic devices such as earphones, mobile phones, calculators, watches or any electronic item are strictly prohibited inside the MAT exam hall.
Documents Required at MAT Exam Centers 2023
To enter the MAT Exam Center, candidates need to carry certain documents with them. Here are some mandatory documents that the candidates must bring with them to the MAT exam hall:
- Candidates must carry a printed copy of the MAT Admit Card 2023. This can be downloaded from the AIMA MAT webpage.
- PwD candidates must carry a copy of their Disability Certificate.
- Candidates must also carry a valid ID proof, which can be any of the following: Voter ID, PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Passport, Driving License, or a Photo ID issued by a government department/recognized educational institution.
MAT Exam Centers 2023 FAQs
Ques. Can I choose more than two exam centers for MAT 2023?
Ans. No, candidates can choose only two test cities as MAT exam centers for both CBT and PBT modes of the MAT 2023 Exam.
Ques. Can I change my exam center after submitting the MAT 2023 application form?
Ans. No, there is no provision allowing the candidates to change their MAT exam centers once the application form has been submitted. If the candidates have any issues or concerns, they can resolve them by contacting AIMA by phone or email
Ques. How can I check my allotted exam center for MAT 2023?
Ans. Candidates can check their allotted exam center on their MAT 2023 admit card. The MAT Exam Center details for the candidates will be mentioned in the admit card released for the exam. The MAT Admit Card will be released on the AIMA MAT website before the exam.
Ques. Can I carry a calculator to the MAT exam center?
Ans. No, candidates are not allowed to carry a calculator or any other electronic device to the MAT exam center. This is specifically mentioned in the important guidelines for attending the MAT Exam 2023.
Ques. Is it mandatory to carry a photo ID proof to the MAT exam center?
Ans. Yes, candidates must carry a valid photo ID proof along with their MAT 2023 Admit Card to the exam center.
Ques. What should I do if there is an error in my MAT admit card?
Ans. In case of any error in the MAT Admit Card, candidates should immediately contact the conducting authority and get it rectified. Candidates can notify the authorities of AIMA through email or phone number available on the official website for MAT exam-related queries.
Ques. When will the admit cards be released for the MAT Exam 2023?
Ans. The MAT 2023 Admit Cards for the CBT mode will be published on 14 September 2023 while those for the PBT mode will be published on 14 September 2023. The admit cards for MAT Exam will be available on the official website till the exam dates.
Ques. In how many cities MAT Exam 2023 will be conducted?
Ans. Based on the current data available for the MAT September session, the PBT mode will be conducted in 16 cities while the CBT mode in 49 cities across India.