AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is a national-level computer-based management entrance examination. It is conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). ATMA scores are used for admission in various management institutes at national level. One must have a good ATMA score to take admission in best management colleges.
In 2017, the exam will be held three times – February 12 (offline test), May 28 (online test ) and July 16 (online test).
ATMA aims to evaluate a candidate’s verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, analysing and synthesising ability. The exam is maximum of 3 hours. The test consists of multiple-choice/ objective-type questions.
Candidates who wish to apply for the test needs to be graduate (in any discipline). Final year students can also apply for the exam.
“The scores of ATMA test are valid for Maharashtra institutional level MBA seats also, in addition to All-India level seats,” as per the official website of ATMA.
The eligibility criteria for AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is mentioned below:
- The applicants must have completed their graduation from a recognized University with at least 50% marks.
- Final year students are also eligible to apply for the same.
- Applicants must have completed 21 years to apply for the exams.
ATMA 2017 Pattern:-
The Test contains 180 Questions spread over six sections. Each section in Paper-based Test may be attempted in serial order. There is no such requirement for On-line Test. Total time of the Test is 3 hours. The questions cover Analytical Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal skills.
Section – Question-Context related to – No Of Questions – Time allotted
Section I – Analytical Reasoning Skills – 30 Qs – 30 Min
Section II – Verbal Skills – 30 Qs – 30 Min
Section III – Quantitative Skills – 30 Qs – 30 Min
Section IV – Verbal Skills – 30 Qs – 30 Min
Section V – Analytical Reasoning Skills – 30 Qs – 30 Min
Section VI – Quantitative Skills – 30 Qs – 30 Min
Total – 180 Qs – 180 Min
For each correct or best answer, you will get a score of one. For any question not answered, a zero score will be given. A negative score will be given for a wrong or incorrect answer. For each incorrect answer, 0.25 point will be deducted. Thus, for four incorrectly answered questions, one mark will be subtracted from the total score.
ATMA 2017 Online Application Form / Registration:-
Apply online at website:- http://www.atmaaims.com
The candidate should fill ONLY his/her details like Full name, Correct Email ID, Mobile Number and Date of Birth in the Online Fee Payment form. (Important: You should write correct mail ID and date of Birth)
The Registration Fee for ATMA is of Rs.1100/- (Rupees Eleven Hundred only) and you can pay using your Credit or Debit Card.
There are four options available to the candidate for making payment:
I) Through debit /credit card (Payment Gateway)
II) Through net Banking
III) Bank Transfer
ATMA 2017 Exam Dates
Below we have listed a tabular format of the ATMA 2017 Exam Dates
Date of Commencement of Registration First week of March 2017 Start of Distribution of ATMA Bulletins First week of March 2017 Close of Distribution of ATMA Bulletins Last week of April 2017 Date of Closure of Fee Payment (Gateway) First week of May, 2017 Date of Closure of Registration First week of May, 2017 Last date for Reprint of filled-in Application Form First week of May, 2017 Downloading of Admit Cards First week of May, 2017 ATMA 2016 Online test August 7, 2017
ATMA 2017 February exam is likely to be conducted at the following exam centres:
- Ahmadabad (Gandhi Nagar)
It is in prior notice that any of the above test centers may be canceled, combined or changed depending on the number of candidates in specific centers or new centers year after year.
For more update visit to official website of ATMA www.atmaaims.com/