The minimum qualification required to attend the ATMA is graduation from any recognised institute. There is no restriction for minimum marks or any particular stream of study.
The minimum age limit for taking the test is 21 years
The exam will be conducted in both modes, i.e. online and offline (pen & paper). It is a computer based multiple-choice question type exams. Each question will have 4 choices or options, out of which you have to choose 1 correct option
The duration of ATMA is 180 minutes or 3 hours; there are 3 areas which are divided into six sections. This means that each area will have 2 sections each
The testing areas are Analytical Reasoning Skills, Verbal Skills and Quantitative Skills; each section has 30 questions, making the total number of questions 180
For each correct answer, 1 mark is given and for each incorrect answer 0.25 mark is deducted from the
I. Analytical Reasoning Skills - 30 Questions and 30 Marks
II. Verbal Skills - 30 Questions and 30 Marks
III. Quantitative Skills - 30 Questions and 30 Marks
IV. Verbal Skills - 30 Questions and 30 Marks
V. Analytical Reasoning Skills - 30 Questions and 30 Marks
VI. Quantitative Skill - 30 Questions and 30 Marks
Total – 180 Questions and 180 Marksscore
How to Prepare for ATMA 2018 MBA Entrance exam
Most of the candidates (graduates or final year graduate course) who appear for ATMA may have taken other tests that aim at selection for management education or studied for similar tests
The preparation for ATMA should not be similar to that of College and University Exams. However, familiarity with aptitude tests, diligence and regular preparation can improve the speed. AIMS does not recommend any particular preparatory course or training for ATMA, though these may be effective in varying degrees
Exam Centres for ATMA 2017 MBA Entrance exam
Normally, ATMA is conducted in about 30 Cities in . The following ATMA Test centre are:India Ahmedabad (Gandhi Nagar), Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, New Delhi, Ghaziabad, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Kolhapur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Nagur, Nasik, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi and Thane.
Interested and eligible candidates must apply online and pay application fee either through online payment or bank account transfer; the ATMA registration form/application form will ask you to fill details such as name, educational qualification, contact details, choice code of institutes.
Application Fee Rs.1100/- Plus 18% GST, i.e., Rs.1100+198=1298/- (Rupees Twelve Hundred and Ninety-Eight only)
The candidate should fill his/her details like Full name, Correct Email ID, Mobile Number and Date of Birth in the On-line Fee Payment form (Important: You should write correct mail ID and date of Birth)
After successful registration for the test, the candidate should take two printouts of the filled-in Application (Registration Form).
You will receive an auto-generated mail to your email address which has the login credentials for the candidate i.e. username and password.
By using her/his login credentials, s/he can print the filled in registration form or admit card or test result. Hard copy of the test result will not be sent unless otherwise specifically requested for.
Payment Details for ATMA Entrance exam 2018
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
iv) By Cash through FCC/Distributor
For any inquiry, candidates may email to ATMA Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org at , stating their PID and Test DateHyderabad