MAT Syllabus

MAT 2019 February exam Syllabus is not strictly pre-defined. Still the MAT syllabus covers all the important topics on which questions are formed in each section.


Section-1: Language Comprehension
MAT syllabus for Language Comprehension consists of

  • English Grammar based questions
  • English Proficiency
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Jumbled Paragraphs
  • Reading Comprehension.

Section-2: Intelligence and Critical Reasoning 
Although MAT syllabus for this section is short but in fact MAT question paper has tricky questions in this area. Major topics covered in MAT syllabus on Intelligence and Critical Reasoning are:

  • Fact Inference Judgment
  • Passage Conclusion
  • Analogy
  • Statement Argument among others.

Section-3: Mathematical skills 
Topics covered in MAT syllabus on Mathematical skills, broadly are

  • Elementary Mathematics
  • Arithmetic:- Number System, Ratio and Proportion, Mixtures and Allegation; Unitary Method; Time and Distance; Commercial Maths; Profit and Loss, Interest
  • Geometry: Triangles, Circles
  • Mensuration
  • Algebra
  • Permutation and Combinations
  • Sequence And Series
  • Trigonometry
  • Heights and Distance; Linear Programming
  • Coordinate Geometry

MAT syllabus as it reflects consists of more topics on Arithmetic in MAT question paper. 


Section-4: Data Analysis and Sufficiency 
This section as per the MAT question paper is more time consuming. MAT syllabus on Data Analysis and Sufficiency cover the topics on:

  • Table
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Graphs (line, area)
  • Charts (column, bar, pie)
  • Venn diagram

The questions in December MAT question paper can be expected in sets as well as individual ones


Section-5: Indian and Global Environment 
MAT syllabus on Indian and Global Environment expects you to know everything under the Sun. Major topics covered in MAT syllabus in this section are:

  • Economics
  • Finance
  • National and International current affairs.
  • Conventional GK

There are many other topics on which questions are placed in the MAT question paper in this section. In-depth and regular reading of GK helps more as sometimes a few GK questions in MAT exam need intensive reading.