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MAT Previous Year Question Papers with Solutions | Free PDF

MAT Previous Year Question Papers

MAT (Management Aptitude Test) is an entrance exam for management courses from the best colleges. This Entrance Exam is given by All India Management Association or AIMA. This test is organized 4 times (February, May, September, and December) in a year. Lakhs of students apply for MAT Entrance Exam to join management courses like MBA, Administrative course, etc. So to help these students, Portalforjobs.com provides MAT Previous Year Question Papers with Solutions PDF.

MAT is the entrance exam like other competitive exams, so it needs speed and accuracy. We give a set of solved MAT previous year papers. These papers will help you to increase your speed & accuracy according to MAT Exam.

Our Free Downloaded PDF of MAT Previous Year Question Papers contains the selected questions which are most important & this Previous Year Question Papers PDF follows the same pattern of questions & level.

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MAT 2014 Exam Pattern

MAT Exam changes the exam pattern year to year. In 2014, it gives the 200 question in 150 minutes with negative marking. 5 subjects are given in the MAT Entrance Exam such as

  • English Comprehension
  • Mathematical Aptitude,
  • Data Sufficiency & Interpretation
  • Intelligence Reasoning,
  • Indian and Global Environment

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Each subject has 40 marks. So we suggest you that you make your practice to solve our MAT Previous exam papers. This Previous Year questions PDF will help in your preparation and from our job portal, you can get more MAT Exam preparation material.

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