MAT 2020 May Session PBT and CBT Mode Exams Cancelled. IBT Mode to Carry on
Sarada Prasad Rath
In view of the increasing COVID 19 cases nationally and considering the associated health hazards, the All India Management Association (AIMA) has taken a step to cancel the registrations of Paper Based Test mode (PBT) and Computer Based Test mode (CBT) of May session exams of MAT 2020 (Management Aptitude Test) which was supposed to be conducted on July 4 and July 2, 2020, respectively.
However, candidates who have registered for PBT and CBT mode are given the option to change their registration to Internet-Based Test (IBT) mode till June 18.
Important Note Regarding Cancellation:
1. Those candidates who do not want to opt for IBT mode may choose to take the test in forthcoming sessions. However, forthcoming sessions of Paper-Based Test and Computer Based Test for MAT will be announced at a later date considering the prevailing COVID 19 situation at that time.
2. Due to this step, one more slot is added in the IBT mode which is for 4th & 5th July.
MAT 2020 IBT Schedule
What is Remote Proctoring Internet-Based Test (IBT)?
Internet-Based Test, which means that candidates must have a working internet connection to take this test. This IBT would be remote proctored, where the candidates will be remotely invigilated through live video and audio feed and the screen of the candidate would also be monitored. It t can be taken from any convenient location, like home, at a preferred slot from the given options. There is no need for the candidate to travel to a specific test center to give the test.
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1. A stable internet connection with proper speed.
2. A proxy for this is if they can log in to their email accounts without difficulty.
3. Minimum upload speed: 512 kbps
1. Chrome: Version 63 and above
2. Firefox: Version 52 and above
3. Edge browser not supported
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