Section1: Language Comprehension
MAT exam Syllabus for Language Comprehension section in MAT is divided into 2 parts. The 1st part of MAT 2019 syllabus covers topics on Reading Comprehension passages and the 2nd part of MAT 2019 exam syllabus covers topics on Grammar & other parts of Verbal Ability.
Part1: MAT Syllabus for Reading Comprehension (RC)
 RC Syllabus covers current affairs making impact on Social Life, International Affairs, Govt policies and Schemes for example Triple Talaq, Clean India Mission, Migration of people from one country to other, Growing intolerance across the Globe, Agricultural policies, poverty eradication programmes
 Business & Economic RC Passages for example Global economic changes, economic development at the cost of environment, Impact of Demonetization in India, Wasteful expenditure by Governments
 RC passages from various English Literature books, from articles authored by great philosophers, thinkers, from various speeches of great personalities like passages from Charles Dickens, Aristotle, Martin Luther King, Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi, Churchill among others
 Passages on Science & Culture including the journey to Modern world; Fading culture with the advancement of technology
 Abstract topics and fiction are also included in the Reading Comprehension Syllabus for MAT. These
Passages make the candidates put themselves in the author’s shoes before answering the questions following these passages since they are opinion based.
 RC Passages on Historical events leading to social changes for example French Revolution, War of Roses, Social changes in Indian History and thoughts shared by various activists which are very much relevant even today
 RC Passages from Mythology. These passages try to correlate the Mythological events with the current social structure and answers to the questions on them have to be inferred
Part2: MAT Syllabus for Verbal Ability

Jumbled Paragraphs (34 questions)
 Error Correction of Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb and other parts of speech in the Sentences.
 Correcting the sequence of sentences in the paragraph for example correct use of conditional sentence, time clauses, reported speech, passive writing (34 questions)
 Antonyms/Synonyms (56 questions)
 Fill in the blanks (34 questions)
 One word substitution (12 questions)
 Idioms/Phrases (23 questions)
Section2: 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:
MAT Syllabus 2019 for Intelligence and Critical Reasoning has been revamped. As a separate section in MAT exam, is divided in 2 parts – Syllabus for Intelligence Reasoning and syllabus for Critical Reasoning. In other exams like CAT, critical reasoning questions are also asked in Verbal Ability section.
MAT exam Syllabus for Intelligence & Critical Reasoning
 Fact Inference Judgment
 Passage Conclusion
 Analogy
 Statement Argument among others.
 Clocks
 Calendars
 Binary logic
 Seating Arrangement
 Blood Relations (Family Tree)
 Logical Sequence
 Assumption
 Premise
 Conclusion
 Linear and matrix arrangement
 Team Formation
 Direction sense and Decision Making
 InputOutput
 Series
 Syllogism
 Cubes
 Rows
 Set Theory, Venn Diagrams, Network Diagrams
 Quantitative Reasoning
 Puzzles
 Logical Reasoning based on Rankings
 Critical Reasoning
Section3: Mathematical skills
MAT exam syllabus 2019 for Mathematical skills refers to the Quant topics on which MAT questions are based. The MAT syllabus for Mathematics section is very wide. MAT syllabus for Quant is vast and covers everything in Mathematics that you may or may not expect. MAT exam syllabus 2019 on Quant is based on questions on different topics on Arithmetic, Algebra, Modern Math, Geometry, Mensuration, Trignometry among others.
MAT Syllabus on Mathematical Skills
Arithmetic (1516 Questions)
 LCM and HCF
 Percentages
 Profit and Loss
 Interest (Simple and Compound)
 Speed, Time and Distance; Time and Work; Averages; Ratio and Proportion and others
 Number System (34) questions
 Elementary Mathematics
 Number System
 Mixtures and Allegation
 Unitary Method
 Commercial Maths
 Permutation and Combinations
 Sequence And Series
 Heights and Distance'
Algebra (57 questions)
Geometry/Mensuration (68 questions)
 Triangles
 Circles
 Coordinate Geometry
Pure Math (12 questions)
Other topics
 Venn diagrams and other topic based questions are 23
 Linear Equations; Quadratic Equations
 Complex Numbers
 Logarithm; Progressions
 Binomial Theorem
 Surds and Indices
 Inequalities
 Set Theory
 Mixtures and Alligations
 Coordinate Geometry
 Trigonometry
 Linear Programming
Section4: Data Analysis and Sufficiency
MAT exam syllabus 2019 for Data Analysis and Sufficiency covers more topics on Data Interpretation. The MAT syllabus for Data Analysis and sufficiency section is very wide and covers everything in Data Interpretation and sufficiency of data that you may or may not expect. MAT exam syllabus 2019 on Data Analysis refers to questions on Data Interpretation.
MAT Syllabus for Data Analysis and Sufficiency
 Data Tables
 Data charts
 Bar diagrams & Charts including Simple, Stacked, Composite Bar charts
 Pie charts
 Graphs – Line XY Graphs
 Data analysis and Data comparison among others
 Caselet based Data
 Venn diagram
 Data Sufficiency
Section5: Indian and Global Environment
MAT syllabus on Indian and Global Environment refers to the GK syllabus. expects you to know everything under the Sun on Business & Economy, Who’s who, current affairs, static GK among others.
Indian & Global Environment Syllabus
Major topics covered in MAT syllabus in this section are the GK topics current and static:
 Conventional GKavailable in books
 Current GK based on current reading of newspapers and periodicals;
 Business & Economics GK for example changes in Fiscal and monetary policy, CRR, Repo Rate,
 Devaluation and up valuation of Rupee.
 Business, National and International events
 Who’s who
 Constitutional of India,
 Currency and Capitals of the countries
 States of India
 International Organizations
 Monetary and fiscal tools
 Emblem
 Identification of personalities, companies among others