Management Aptitude Test is a standard aptitude test conducted in India since 1998 by the All India Management Association. MAT is used for admission to Master of Business Administration and allied programmes by over 600 business schools across India.
The days leading up to the MAT Exam will be hectic, so don't be too hard on yourself.
Make a Revising Schedule For Yourself
You should be able to complete all of the topics if you divide your time evenly among the sections.
Do Not Start Learning New Topics
Candidates should not begin learning new topics more than a few days before the exam. preparing for a new topic will only create confusion .
Get yourself a copy of the MAT book, which has all of the formulae and strategies you'll need for your last-minute preparation.
Avoid Practising By Topic
Taking MAT Mocks will not only increase your confidence but will also give you an idea of the type of paper and questions that will be asked.
You should already be aware of your strengths and weaknesses by the time you finish the syllabus.