Previous year MAT Cut-offs

MAT is a popular MBA entrance test for admission into many reputed institutes in the country. Every year, top MBA colleges use MAT scores to shortlist the candidates for Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds and for the final selection. MAT is conducted by AIMA four times in a year in the Months of February, May, September and December. Most of the institutes use MAT scores of December and February for admitting candidates.
Suggested Action:
Crack MAT with 5 Live Master Classes, 17 Mocks & much more
Enroll now
The MAT cut off is the first criteria based on which the colleges screen the students for the subsequent rounds. Clearing the MAT cutoff is very important because unless a certain minimum score is achieved, the candidate will not get a call for interview. Post the written exam, the applicants are screened based on their MAT test score and several other criteria before being called for the GD/ PI round by the affiliated institutes. Following is an indicative list of MAT institutes and their Cut Offs based on composite score:
Institute Cut off
Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Bangalore 600
National Institute of Technology, Warangal 600
Institute of Finance and International Management, Bangalore 500
Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad 650
PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore 600
Amity Business School, Noida 500
Alliance School of Business, Bangalore 500
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow 500
SCMS Cochin School of Business, Cochin 600
Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies, Harihar 600
MS Ramaiah Institute of Management, Bangalore 540
Thiagarajar School of Management, Thirupparankundram 600
Here is the list of other colleges and their cut offs based on the composite score:
Institute Cut Offs
SIES College of Management 550
Kristu Jayanti Institute of Management 500
VIT University 500
SRM University 540
MIT School of Business 500
SSIM 500
Different colleges have different criteria for selecting candidates. Generally, it includes the MAT score, candidate's academic record, work experience in months (if any), quality of work experience, etc. The next step after clearing the test cut offs is the Group Discussion and Personal Interview round. This process also varies from institute to institute. Some institutes have GDs based on current or abstract topics while others have an essay-writing round as well. Also, you need to be well prepared for the Personal Interview as many of your qualities, mainly: confidence, self awareness, communication skills and leadership skills are being evaluated in an interview.
Suggested Action:
Boost your prep with Teachers who have mentored 100 %ilers for over 2 decades
Enroll now for FREE Master Classes!
Rate Us