AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is conducted by Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS).
AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is the MBA entrance exam which is conducted by Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) with a network of more that 600 management schools. ATMA is held both in paper pencil based as well as online mode. ATMA is a standard test to assess the aptitude (Quantitative, Analytical Reasoning & Verbal Skills) of candidates for Management Education.
The syllabus is based on the preceding trends and questions in the previous tests. ATMA has total of 180 questions divided equally among six sections. Each section contains 30 questions and time allotted for each section is 30 minutes. The total duration of the exam is three hours and all the questions are in MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) format.
The questions in ATMA are of objective (Multiple Choice Questions) type across all the sections. The exam is conducted in both the computer-based and paper-based mode for admissions to various Post-Graduate programmes. The duration of the exam is 3 hours.
Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) releases ATMA application form in both online as well as offline. You can pay the application fee through Credit or Debit Card or Net Banking.
AIMS declares the ATMA result online both in the form of overall as well as sectional scores. ATMA score report contains three sectional scores: quantitative, verbal, analytical and one total score. You can download result cum score using the login details that would be sent to the candidates’ registered email address.
After the announcement of ATMA results, selection procedure begins. It is a three-step process. The ATMA test is conducted multiple times within a period of one year for admission to different postgraduate management programmes such as MBA, PGDM, PGDBA, MCM.