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MAT Exam Results September 2013, MAT September Exam Results 2013, MAT Exam Results held in September 2013

MAT Exams are held on 1st September 2013 and  will be declared MAT September Exams Results soon after the MAT Exam 2013 in September. MAT Exam is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) for entrance in MBA.

Full Form of MAT is Management Aptitude Test . This MAT Exam is for entrance in MBA course for the Business Schools in India. MAT Exam Results 2013 for the September test will be uploaded on the official website i.e. http://www.aima.in . 

MAT Exam is conducted four times Every Year. First in February then second in May and then in September and after that the last Exam in December. So if anyone is not able to pass the exam once then also the candidate gets the Chance to appear in three more Examinations for the MAT Exam 2013.

MAT Exam Results 2013

MAT Exam Results 2013

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) Exam September Results 2013:

Last date for the application form for the MAT September Exam 2013 was 17th August and Exam Date of the MAT is 1st September 2013.

MAT September Exam Results 2013 are declared just about 1 Month after the date of Written Exam. MAT September Exam 2013 are help on two days. Written Exam is conducted on 1st September 2013 and Online Exam on 7th September 2013.

You can get the result from the AIMA official website after one month of the exam or You can just bookmark us for the latest exam results date and also result declaration report right here.

Official website- www.aima.in

Above were the complete details for the MAT September Exam Results 2013. Just bookmark this website for the all other details of the MAT Exam Results 2013 of September.

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