ATMA MCA 2024: Exam Dates, Application Form, Eligibility, Syllabus, Results

AIMS Test for Management Admissions 2024 ( ATMA )

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Registration: 24 Jun '24 - 24 Jul '24

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Updated on Jul 7, 2024 14:28 IST

ATMA dates for the July exam have been revised. ATMA July 2024 registrations are underway. The last date to fill out the ATMA application form 2024 for the July session has been extended till July 24, 2024. The July session ATMA exam will be conducted on July 31, 2024, in the computer-based test mode. ATMA result 2024 was announced for the June session exam on June 28, 2024. 

ATMA result 2024 was released on May 30, 2024, for the May exam. ATMA exam 2024 was conducted on May 25, 2024, in a centre-based online test mode. Earlier, the exam was scheduled to be held on May 11, 2024. ATMA admit card 2024 was released on May 22, 2024, at 10:00 AM. The last date to pay the ATMA application fee was May 16, 2024. ATMA 2024 registration process concluded on May 18, 2024, for the May session. ATMA exam dates for the May session have been revised. ATMA result 2024 was released on February 24, 2024. The February session ATMA exam was held on February 18, 2024. ATMA admit card 2024 for the June exam was released on June 19, 2024. ATMA 2024 application fee payment window closed on June 14, 2024. The last date to fill the ATMA application form was June 15, 2024. ATMA exam 2024 for the June session was conducted on June 23, 2024.

Latest Updates: ATMA exam dates revised for the July 2024 exam.

Q:   Would I get admission on the basis of ATMA results directly?

A:
No, after the ATMA exam is cleared, candidates will have to go through for further selection procedure conducted by the participating institutes. The ATMA scores are accepted in over 750 management colleges for admission to MBA/PGDM and MCA programmes. Candidates need to meet the cutoff criteria of the participating institutes to take admissions. The admission process includes Written Ability Test (What), Group Discussion (GD), and Personal Interview (PI). Other factors such as academic record, work experience, etc. are also considered for admission to various institutes which accept ATMA scores. ATMA score is only the first parameter on which the candidates are shortlisted for admission. The institutes first shortlist the candidates for What, GD and PI on the basis of their ATMA scores, marks obtained in Class 10, 12 and graduation. For the final selection, the institutes take ATMA scores, performance in GD/PI, What, Class 10 and Class 12 marks, marks obtained in graduation, work experience, academic diversity and gender diversity.
 

Q:   What is the eligibility for the ATMA exam?

A:
Any graduate candidate with a 50 per cent aggregate (45 per cent for the reserved category) can apply for the exam. Another important criteria is that the applicant must be a citizen of India. There is no age limit to appear for the ATMA exam. Candidates in the final year of graduation or are awaiting the results can also appear for the ATMA exam, and can present the mark sheet at the time of admission. For the MCA programme, candidates must have secured at least 50 per cent aggregate in BCA. The minimum age limit to apply for the MCA programme is 21 years and there is no upper age limit. Also, only Indian citizens are eligible to apply for the exam. The candidates who do not match the ATMA eligibility criteria will but have filled the ATMA application form will be disqualified. Their application forms will be rejected. Therefore, candidates must check the eligibility criteria before filling out the application form as the first step in the ATMA application process is fee payment and application fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.
 

Q:   What is the ATMA PID number?

A:
The PID number or Personal Identification Number is a unique number assigned to the candidate at the time of filling the ATMA application form. The PID number is an important login credential which can be used by a candidate to log in to their ATMA account. This code is a combination of alphabets and numbers and should be between 8 to 15 characters. The PID number is an important credential that will be used to fill out the ATMA application form, downloading admit card and checking the ATMA result. The candidates will be required to enter the exam date, PID number and password to check or download any of their documents. It is important to remember the PID number and keep it safe as it will be required for all future communication with the ATMA authorities and institutes which accept the ATMA scores. This code will be auto generated once the candidate completes the ATMA registrations process and pays the application fee. The PID number will flash on the ATMA application form and will be sent to the candidates on their registered email ID and mobile number along with the password.
 

What is ATMA Exam?

AIMS Test for Management Admissions or ATMA is a national-level exam conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) for admission to MBA, PGDM, MMS, MCA and PGDBA courses. More than 750 management institutes across India accept ATMA scores for admission to their management programmes. The test aims to assess the aptitude of candidates, which is necessary for higher management studies. ATMA question paper comprises six sections. ATMA is conducted multiple times a year in the centre-based online test mode across various centres in the country. Last year, the exam was conducted thrice. Questions in the exam are asked from Analytical Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal Skills.

Q:   What is the scope of ATMA exam?

A:

The AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is a national-level entrance exam in India that is conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). ATMA is specifically designed for admissions into various postgraduate management programmes, including Master of Business Administration (MBA), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), and similar programmes.

The exam assesses a candidate's aptitude and skills in various areas that are essential for success in management studies. The scope of the ATMA exam is broad, covering a range of skills and knowledge areas that are relevant to management education. It is meant to gauge a candidate's readiness for postgraduate management studies and their ability to excel in a business school environment.

ATMA scores are accepted by a variety of business schools and management institutes across India, making it a valuable exam for candidates seeking admission to MBA and related programmes. However, it's essential to check the specific admission criteria and cutoff scores of the institutions you are interested in, as requirements may vary from one school to another.

 

Q:   Which courses are offered through ATMA counselling?

A:

ATMA exam is conducted for admission to MBA/PGDM MCA and MS courses. Some of the top colleges accepting ATMA scores include: 1. Department of Management Sciences University of Pune (PUMBA), Pune 2. Christ University, Bengaluru 3. Jagan Institute of Management Studies (JIMS), Rohini 4. Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida 5. IBS Hyderabad: ICFAI Business School 6. Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE), Hyderabad.

 

Q:   Is there any fee concession in the ATMA registration fee for reserved category students?

A:
Yes, some candidates who are applying for the ATMA exam are eligible to avail a fee concession. Concession in the registration fee will be given to the following candidates: - Candidates belonging to the North-Eastern states of India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura) are given 50 percent concession on the application fee. - 25 per cent concession will be given to women candidates who are applying for the ATMA exam. This means, the ATMA application fee for women candidates is INR 1,500 and for those belonging to the North Eastern states is INR 1,000. ATMA application fee for General category students is INR 2,000.
 

ATMA 2024 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of ATMA 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

24 Jun '24 -

24 Jul '24

ATMA registration 2024 (July)

ONGOING

22 Jul '24

ATMA 2024: Last date of application fee payment (July)

29 Jul '24

ATMA 2024 Admit Card Release (July)

31 Jul '24

ATMA 2024 July Session

06 Aug '24

ATMA 2024 Result Declaration (July)

DatesPast Exam Dates

28 Jun '24

ATMA Result 2024 (June)

23 Jun '24

ATMA 2024 June Session

19 Jun '24

ATMA Admit Card 2024 (June)

ATMA Exam 2024: Highlights

Take a look at the table below to know the important details of the ATMA exam 2024.

Features Details
Exam name AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA)
Conducting Body Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS)
Exam Level National Level
Exam frequency 4-5 times a year
Exam mode Centre-Based Online Mode
Duration 3 hours
Syllabus Analytical Reasoning Skills, Verbal Skills, Quantitative Skills
Exam pattern Consists of 180 MCQs where a +1 mark is awarded for a correct answer and 0.25 marks are deducted for an incorrect answer. 
Language English
Exam fees INR 1,500
Exam purpose Admission into 756 colleges
Course offered MBA, PGDM, MCA, PGDBA
No. of test cities 102 test cities (new exam centres added)
Exam date

Session 1: 18-Feb-2024

Session 2: 25-May-2024

Session 3: 23-Jun-2024

Session 4: 21-Jul-2024

Exam helpdesk no. 040-23417875
Official website http://www.atmaaims.com/

Q:   What is the sectional time limit in ATMA?

A:
The ATMA exam is conducted for three hours or 180 minutes. The exam will be conducted in the computer-based test mode. There are six sections in the ATMA question paper, I. e. two sections on Analytical Ability, two sections on Verbal Ability and two sections on Quantitative Aptitude. Each section is to be solved within 30 minutes. Since ATMA is a centre-based online exam the test screen will move from first section to the next section automatically as soon as the time limit gets over. Thus candidates have to be mindful of the on-screen timer and pre-decide the number of questions to solve in each section. It is not mandatory to solve all the questions in ATMA exam so candidates can devise a strategy to use 30 minutes per section as per their strength and weakness.
 

Q:   What is the ATMA exam duration? Can I change my exam slot?

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The ATMA exam is held for three hours or 180 minutes. There is only one slot for the ATMA exam. ATMA exam has a sectional time limit of 30 minutes. This means, that the candidates will have approximately one minute to solve each question. Candidates must take care of saving their answers at every step as the moment 30 minutes will get over, the screen will automatically move to the next section. There is no provision of changing the exam slot. And there is no provision to apply for the same. Candidates will have to appear for the exam from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Candidates must make sure that they reach the ATMA exam centre by 1:00 PM in order to complete the frisking formalities at the entry gate. Candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam centre beyond 1:30 PM.
 

Q:   Can I pay the ATMA registration fee by cash/DD or net banking?

A:
ATMA registration fee can be paid only online. There is no provision of paying the application fee offline. Candidates need to pay the application fee online first in order to proceed to filling the ATMA application form and uploading the required documents. The candidates applying for the ATMA exam must note that the ATMA application process is completely online from filling the ATMA application form till paying the application fee. There is no offline communication. The application fee for ATMA is INR 2000. The application fee is inclusive of 18 percent GST. The application fee for ATMA can only be paid online using a credit card, debit card, internet banking or UPI. Students belonging to the North Eastern states of India such as Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura are eligible to avail 50% concession on the application fee and women candidates too get a 25% concession on the ATMA application fee
 

Q:   What are the last minute tips to prepare for ATMA before the exam?

A:

ATMA is one of the important MBA entrance exams. The first tip to ace the ATMA exam is to stay calm. Here are a few last minute preparation tips for ATMA exam:

  • Confirm the exact location of the ATMA test centre at least one day before the ATMA exam day to ensure that transportation is available on time. If you are new to the city or the location of the centre, it is adivsable to visit the centre once.
  • Arrive early to the ATMA exam centre. Applicants must ensure that they arrive at least an hour before the exam begins.
  • Use the restroom before to the start of the test. Because you will not have time and may not be able to exit the exam hall throughout the examination period, use the restroom before entering the examination hall. 
  • Do not bring cell phones or other electronic devices, such as calculators, smartwatches, to the exam centre because the machines are not always available. Personal property will not be safeguarded outside of the exam centre, and the exam centre authories will not be held liable for any loss of personal property. There are no stationary objects allowed, such as a pen, stylus, or paper. Rough pads and pens will be given to the applicants. Candidates should write their name and application number on their rough pads/sheets.
  • Stay calm and have a healthy breakfast in the morning before the exam. 
 

ATMA Result 2024

ATMA result 2024 will be released on July 27, 2024, for the July exam. ATMA results 2024 for the June session were released on June 28, 2024, and for the May session was announced on May 30, 2024. The ATMA result for the February session exam was announced on February 23, 2024. Candidates who appeared for the ATMA exam can download their scorecards online using their login credentials. Given below are the steps to know how to download the ATMA result 2024:

  • Visit the website of ATMA AIMS
  • Click on the 'Candidate Login' button
  • Enter the PID number, password and exam date
  • Click on 'ATMA result' and download the scorecard

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Q:   Where will the ATMA scorecard be available?

A:

ATMA result is announced at the atmaaims. Com. Candidates who appear for the test can download their scorecards from the official website by using their login credentials. The ATMA result download link is usually made alive three days after the exam. Candidates can download their scorecards for the February 2024 exam on February 23, 2024. The scorecards for the May session will release on May 30, 2024. Given below is the process to follow for downloading the ATMA result.

  1. Visit the official website of ATMA exam
  2. Click on the Candidate Login portal
  3. Enter the exam date
  4. Enter PID number and password
  5. Click on the ATMA result tab
  6. Download the ATMA result PDF.
 

Q:   How can I calculate ATMA scores?

A:
ATMA score is determined on the basis of correct answers marked by aspirants in the ATMA exam. For each correct answer, candidates are awarded one mark. For an incorrect answer, 0.25 marks are deducted from the candidates' total score. This means that for four incorrect answers, one mark is deducted from the total score. The raw score of candidates is scaled with reference to the total number of candidates appearing in the exam. The ATMA percentile is the percentage of candidates among those who have appeared for the exam and scored below the candidate in that category. That is, if a candidate has scored 53 per cent, this means that 53 per cent of candidates who have appeared in ATMA exam scored below him/her. Based on the percentile score of candidates they will be offered admission to the management institutions compared to others who have appeared in the test.
 

Q:   Can I appear for ATMA exam more than once?

A:

Yes, candidates can appear more than once for the ATMA exam. ATMA is held three to five times a year and the scores of the last exam attempted would be considered for admissions to the colleges accepting ATMA scores. This year, the exam will be conducted on February 18, 2024, May 25, 2024, June 23, 2024 and July 31, 2024. The exam will only be conducted in the computer-based test mode for all the sessions. The difficulty level of the ATMA exam is usually easy to moderate and the candidates can easily prepare for this exam. Candidates who wish to appear for the ATMA exam need to apply on the official website of ATMA AIMS and fill out the ATMA application form after the application window opens. ATMA is held in over 100 test cities in the country which include Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities too.

 

ATMA Admit Card 2024

ATMA 2024 admit card is released on the official website for candidates to download before the exam day. Candidates who register successfully can download the ATMA admit card till the day of the examination. Given below is the process to download ATMA admit card 2024 from the ATMA AIMS website:

  • Visit the official website of ATMA AIMS.
  • Login using the PID number and password
  • Click on the 'Print E-admit card' link.
  • Read the instructions, click on the check box and take a printout of the ATMA admit card 2024.

Also Read: All about ATMA mock test 2024

Direct Link to Download ATMA Admit Card 2024 (June): https://apply.atmaaims.com/

Q:   What if I forget my password while downloading ATMA admit card?

A:
To login into the ATMA candidate portal, candidates will require their OID number and password. In case the candidates forget their password or PID number, they can follow the steps mentioned below to know how to retrieve the same. 1. Visit the official website of ATMA AIMS. 2. Click on the candidate portal tab 3. Now, click on the Forgot password button. 4. Select the exam date 5. Select the credential that you wish to retrieve. 6. Enter the date of birth (as mentioned in the application form), registered mobile number and registered email ID which were used at the time of ATMA registration. 7. Candidates now need to enter the captcha code and click on the Find PID and Password button. Candidates will receive a reset link on their registered email Id and mobile number. Click on the reset link and the candidates will be redirected to a new webpage where they can set a new password.
 

Q:   Can I show digital copy of ATMA admit card to gain entry at the ATMA test centre?

A:
No, candidates have to carry a coloured printout of the ATMA admit card to the ATMA exam centre to get an entry. ATMA admit card is a mandatory document which is to be carried to the exam centre along with a recent coloured passport size photograph affixed to it. The photograph should match the one uploaded in the ATMA application form. ATMA admit card is a mandatory document which is to be carried to the exam centre and candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam centre without the admit card. Along with the admit card candidates should carry the following items: 1. Original Photo ID proof issued by the Government of India - Original Aadhaar Card/PAN Card/Voters Card/Permanent Driving License Ration Card and Learners Driving License are not accepted as valid ID proof 2. One clear black and white photocopy of ID proof 3. Two clear black and white copies of the ATMA admit card along with one original recent passport-size photo affixed on each of them 4. One black and white copy of the Registration form 5. Self-Declaration form 6. In the case of married candidates who have changed their name, the Original Gazette notification/their original marriage Certificate and/or an affidavit is required as a proof at the exam hall.
 

Q:   What are the details mentioned on the ATMA admit card?

A:

The ATMA admit card is one of the most important documents of identification of the candidate. It is the proof that the candidate has filled the examination form and is eligible to appear in the exam. To help in candidate identification, the following details are mentioned on every candidate's ATMA admit card 2024.

  1. Candidate's name
  2. Candidate's PID number
  3. Candidate's roll number
  4. Candidate's address
  5. Candidate's category
  6. Candidate's signature
  7. Candidate's photograph
  8. Examination year
  9. Examination date
  10. Examination slot
  11. Examination timings
  12. Reporting time
  13. Test centre address
  14. Space for affixing a photograph

Along with these details, other information such as exam day guidelines will also be mentioned on the ATMA admit card. Candidates will also have to download a self-declaration form along with the ATMA admit card.

 

ATMA Exam Pattern and Syllabus

ATMA is an online exam that has 180 questions in the multiple-choice format. The questions are based on Verbal Ability, Analytical Ability and Quantitative Aptitude. The total marks are 180 and there is a negative marking of -0.25 marks. Check the highlights below of the ATMA exam pattern and ATMA syllabus 2024:

Exam Structure Details
Number of sections 6 (Analytical Reasoning Skills – I, Verbal Skills – I, Quantitative Skills – I, Analytical Reasoning Skills – II, Verbal Skills –II, Quantitative Skills – II)
Duration 180 minutes or 3 hours
Number of questions 180
Total marks 180
Language English
Number of answer choices 4
Mode of examination Centre-Based Online Test
ATMA marking scheme

+1 mark for each correct answer

-0.25 for every wrong answer

Sectional time limit

No time limit

Q:   What is the medium of the ATMA question paper? What is the structure of the ATMA question paper?

A:
The medium of ATMA question paper is English . The structure of the ATMA exam has not changed from the past few years. The latest ATMA question paper structure is as follows: The ATMA exam will be conducted in the computer-based test. The duration of the exam is 180 minutes (3 hours). The exam consists of 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) carrying one mark each. The questions are from three different sections, namely Analytical Reasoning Skills, Verbal Skills, and Quantitative Skills. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for incorrect answers. The total marks for the exam are 180. The detailed section-wise exam pattern is as follows: Section 1: Analytical Reasoning Skills This section tests the candidate's analytical and logical reasoning abilities. It consists of 60 MCQs. The section tests the candidate's knowledge of topics such as Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, Analogy, etc. Section 2: Verbal Skills This section tests the candidate's English language skills. It consists of 60 MCQs. The section tests the candidate's understanding of topics such as Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, etc. Section 3: Quantitative Skills This section tests the candidate's Quantitative Aptitude. It consists of 60 MCQs. The section tests the candidate's knowledge of topics such as Arithmetic, Algebra Geometry, Trigonometry etc.
 

Q:   Are there subjective-type questions in the ATMA exam?

A:
No, there are no subjective-type or long form answer questions in the ATMA exam. The ATMA question paper only has 180 multiple-choice questions that are to be solved in three hours or 180 minutes. Candidates must attempt all the sections keeping in mind that the exam has negative marking. Candidates must note that each question in the ATMA question paper will have four options. They will be required to choose the correct answer and select the radio button against the answer. If the candidate marks two options for a particular answer, then that answer will be considered incorrect. Each question in the ATMA carries one mark and 0.25 marks are deducted for every incorrect answer. No marks are awarded or deducted for unattempted questions.
 

Q:   Which are the most important topics to focus for ATMA preparation?

A:
AIMS conducts the ATMA exam at least three to four times a year. This year, the exam will be conducted thrice in the computer-based test mode. Here are important topics for the exam according to the sections of ATMA question paper. 1. Analytical Reasoning: Every year, this section is considered to be the toughest among the others. This section contains questions mainly from Analytical Reasoning and Critical Reasoning. Some of the important topics of this section include: 1. Syllogisms 2. Critical Reasoning 3. Course of Action 4. Cause and Effect 5. Statement and Conclusion 6. Strong and Weak Arguments 7. Statement and Inference 8. Coding and Decoding 9. Arrangements 10. Data Sufficiency 2. Verbal Skills: Just like other management entrance tests, this section is divided into Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability/English Usage. There are about four to five comprehension passages while the topics of English usage are as follows: 1. Synonyms (word pair) 2. Fill in the blanks 3. Para Formation Questions (PFQs) 4. Idioms 5. Error identification 6. Word Meaning 7. Antonyms 8. Sentence Completion 9. Para Jumbles 10. Grammar 3. Quantitative Skills: This section of the ATMA question paper is also considered tough. However, the overall difficulty level can be considered to be moderate. Some of the important topics of this section include: 1. Percentage 2. Profit and Loss 3. Partnership 4. Simple Interest and Compound Interest 5. Average, Mixture and Alligation 6. Time and Distance 7. Time and Speed 8. Geometry and Mensuration 9. Time and Work 10. Permutation & Combination 11. Probability 12. Statistics 13. Graphs and Pie Chart.
 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of the ATMA exam?

A:
ATMA has a total of 180 questions. Each section carries 30 marks. For each correct attempt, one mark is awarded and 0.25 marks are deducted for incorrect attempt. There is no deduction of marks for unanswered questions. Therefore, the total marks of ATMA is 180. Each section in the ATMA question paper carries equal number of questions and marks. Sectional marking scheme for ATMA is given below: 1. Verbal Ability: 30 2. Analytical Reasoning: 30 3. Quantitative Ability: 30 Since ATMA has negative marking scheme, candidates must choose the questions to solve very carefully and smartly. If they are not sure of the correct answer, they should leave the question instead of taking a chance.
 

ATMA Exam 2024: Eligibility Criteria

Check out the ATMA eligibility criteria below:

  • Candidates applying for the ATMA exam should be a citizen of India.
  • Any graduate with a minimum of 50 per cent aggregate or equivalent CGPA, from a recognised university, is eligible to apply.
  • Candidates who are in their final year of graduation can apply provisionally.
  • There is no age limit.

Also Read: Detailed ATMA exam 2024 eligibility criteria

Q:   Is there any age limit for taking ATMA exams?

A:

There is no age limit to appear for ATMA. The ATMA exam is open for fresh graduates as well as working professionals. Since ATMA is accepted by over 700 B-schools across India for their full-time MBA and MCA courses, a lot of students appear for the exam. ATMA score is accepted by some of the top MBA colleges in India also shortlist candidates for executive MBA or part-time MBA on the basis of ATMA score. The minimum age limit for has to be 20 years as the minimum qualification for ATMA exam is graduation. Any candidate who has completed Graduation with 50 per cent aggregate (45 per cent for SC/ST candidates). Any candidate in final year of Bachelor's degree course can appear in ATMA exam. 

 

Q:   Is there any fee concession for students in the reserved category?

A:
Most government colleges have fee concession criteria for reserved category students. This is not applicable to private colleges. The ATMA is an entrance test for admission to more than 750 colleges. There is a fee concession for the test application fee for two categories of candidates: women and candidates from North-Eastern states. It goes like this: 1. 50% fee concession for NE candidates. The ATMA application fee for these applicants is Rs. 800. 2. Female candidates receive a 25% fee concession. The application fee for them is Rs. 1200. For all other applicants, the application fee is Rs. 1600. The course fee varies according to the college. In most colleges, there is no fee concession for students in the reserved category.
 

Q:   How many marks are needed to join in Christ University via ATMA?

A:
MAT score of 500 and above or CAT score of 60 percentile and above or XAT score of 60 percentile and above or CMAT score of 60 percentile and above or ATMA score of 60 percentile and above or GMAT score of 450 and above or GRE score of 295 and above.
 

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ATMA Registrations 2024

ATMA 2024 registration is an online process. The ATMA application forms 2024 are available online on the official website of ATMA AIMS (https://www.atmaaims.org/). Students who wish to appear for the ATMA 2024 exam are required to fill out the online application form and complete the registration process by paying the application fee. The ATMA application process included the following steps:

  • Creating a new user profile by filling out the ATMA registration form with details such as name, date of birth, gender, email ID and phone number, etc.
  • Paying the ATMA application fee via credit/debit card, internet banking, UPI or other banking wallets.
  • Filling out the complete ATMA application form using the PID number and password.
  • Uploading the required documents in the prescribed format.

ATMA Fee Payment

Applicants need to pay the application fee to proceed to fill out the ATMA application form. The ATMA application fee can only be paid online. ATMA registration fee is INR 2,000 (inclusive of GST) for all candidates. ATMA application fee payment could only be done through debit/credit cards, internet banking or UPI. Applicants belonging to North-Eastern states are eligible to avail of a fee concession of 50%. Women candidates are also eligible to avail of the fee concession of 25%.

Look at the table below to know the fee concessions provided to the candidates.

Category

Concession

Fee 

Women candidates

25%

INR 1,500

Candidates belonging to North-Eastern states of India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura)

50%

INR 1,000

Check out: Complete ATMA 2024 application process

Check out the video below to know how to fill the ATMA application form 2024:

Q:   What is the application fee for ATMA?

A:
The application fee payment is the first step in the ATMA application process. Candidates need to fill the registration form and pay the application fee in order to proceed on to filling the ATMA application form. The application fee for ATMA is INR 2000. The application fee is inclusive of 18 percent GST. The application fee for ATMA can only be paid online using a credit card, debit card, internet banking or UPI. There is a fee concession for candidates belonging to NE states and women candidates as follows: -The ATMA application fee for women candidates is INR 1,500, as they are given a 25% fee concession. -For the candidates belonging to the North Eastern states such as Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura, the ATMA application fee is INR 1,000 as the fee concession for these candidates is 50 per cent. The ATMA application fee payment window will close on May 20, 2023, for the May session exam and for the February session exam the fee payment window closed on February 17, 2023.
 

Q:   Is there any fee concession in the ATMA registration fee for reserved category students?

A:
Yes, some candidates who are applying for the ATMA exam are eligible to avail a fee concession. Concession in the registration fee will be given to the following candidates: - Candidates belonging to the North-Eastern states of India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura) are given 50 percent concession on the application fee. - 25 per cent concession will be given to women candidates who are applying for the ATMA exam. This means, the ATMA application fee for women candidates is INR 1,500 and for those belonging to the North Eastern states is INR 1,000. ATMA application fee for General category students is INR 2,000.
 

Q:   I belong to a reserved category. Do I have to fill out a different ATMA application form?

A:
No, the ATMA application form is the same for all the candidates. They have to choose the category they belong to and provide the supporting documents at the time of admission. Candidates belonging to the reserved category or opting for a fee concession will have to upload the supporting documents at the time of ATMA registration process. Candidates must upload clear scanned copies to avoid cancellation of candidature.
 

Q:   Can I apply for ATMA exam in May month? When will the registration start for the ATMA exam for May month 2024?

A:

Yes, candidates who did not appear for the February session, can appear for the May session provided they fulfil the ATMA eligibility criteria. The aspirants who appeared for the February session but are not satisfied with the score, can complete the ATMA registration process to appear again for the May session exam. 

The May session registrations started on March 25, 2024. The application process will conclude on May 18, 2024. The May session exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 25, 2024. 

 

Top Colleges Accepting ATMA Exam Scores

Q:   Which MBA colleges accepting ATMA are available with 70-75 percentile?

A:
There are many MBA colleges which accept 70-75 percentile in ATMA exam. Majority of these institutes are private. Sometimes, the institutes conduct multiple rounds of counselling wherein the cutoff may tone down. Here is a list of a few colleges which provide admissions to students who have scored 70 percentile and above in the ATMA exam: 1. Delhi School of Business 2. Fortune Institute of International Business (FIIB), New Delhi 3. JK Business School, Gurgaon 4. Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE) 5. XIME, Bangalore 6. AIMS School of Business 7. GITAM Hyderabad Business School 8. Kristu Jayanti College (KJC) 9. MS Ramaiah Institute of Management 10. SDA Bocconi 11. DSIMS, Mumbai 12. IES Management College and Research Centre IES MCRC), Mumbai 13. MIT School of Telecom Management.
 

Q:   Which good B-Schools can I get with MAT- 98.53%, CET- 92.05%, ATMA- 91.9%, CAT- 67%, CMAT- 78%, SSC-79.84%, HSC- 67.83% & BE- 62.93?

A:
With your impressive scores, you have a good chance of securing admission into some of the top B-Schools in India. Some of the good B-Schools that you can consider applying to are: Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship (XIME) Institute of Management Technology (IMT) Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) Great Lakes Institute of Management GIBS Business School Bangalore GIBS Business School is a top PGDM College in Bangalore that you should consider applying to. With your scores, you meet the eligibility criteria and have a good chance of securing admission into their PGDM programme. The school has experienced faculty members who provide students with practical insights into the industry, and the programme is designed to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in their careers.
 

Q:   Which MBA colleges accepting ATMA scores are available with 85 percentile?

A:
There are many MBA colleges which accept 85 percentile in ATMA exam. Sometimes, the institutes conduct multiple rounds of counselling where in the cutoff may tone down a little. Here is a list of a few colleges which provide admissions to students who have scored 85 percentile and above in the ATMA exam: 1. IMS, Ghaziabad 2. Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida 3. SOIL, Gurgaon 4. Christ University, Bangalore 5. Department of Management Sciences, University of Pune (PUMBA) 6. SIESCOMS, Navi Mumbai 7. Prin. L. N. Welingkar WE School, Mumbai.
 

ATMA Cutoff 2024

Q:   Are ATMA cut-offs different for all the participating institutes?

A:
Yes, ATMA cut offs are different for different institutes. The ATMA cut offs are fixed by the institutes individually on the basis of several parameters. Thus, the candidates must visit their preferred institute website and check the ATMA cut off percentile required, before applying for admission. Candidates who appeared for the exam can check their names in the merit lists released by the colleges accepting ATMA scores on the official websites of the institutes.
 

Q:   Who determines ATMA cut-offs?

A:
ATMA cutoff is released by the participating institutes after the announcement of the ATMA result. More than 500 MBA colleges accept ATMA scores. ATMA scores are accepted for other courses such as MCA and MS as well. The ATMA cut-off is different for all institutes and courses. These cutoffs will be available on the official website of each participating college or institute. Candidates who have appeared for the ATMA exam must meet the cutoff of their preferred institute in order to gain admission to that particular institute. According to the previous cutoff trends, the ATMA cutoff generally ranges from 75 to 90 percentile in the top colleges accepting ATMA. Last year, the highest ATMA cutoff was for PUMBA, Pune. Shortlisted candidates who match the cutoff will be called for further selection procedure, which includes, Written Ability Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
 

Q:   Which factors determine the ATMA cutoff?

A:
Each participating institute release its own ATMA cutoff. The ATMA cutoff determines if the candidate will be eligible to appear for the ATMA selection process which includes Group Discussion and Personal Interviews. The following are the various factors that determine the ATMA cutoff: 1. Marking scheme of the exam 2. The difficulty level of the exam 3. Number of students appearing for the exam 4. Seats offered by the participating institutes 5. Previous years' cutoff trends 6. Reservation policy of institutes 7. The lowest and average marks scored by the candidates in the exam.
 

ATMA Exam Admission Process

ATMA admission process includes the following four steps:

ATMA admission process

ATMA admission process 2024

Step 1: ATMA application form 2024

Candidates can register online on the official website of AIMS and fill out the ATMA 2024 application form. The application fee is INR 1,600 which is to be paid online through debit/credit card or net banking. While filling up the ATMA application form, candidates can select up to five institutes/colleges to send their scores for admission.

ATMA 2024 exam will be held in the computer-based test mode across 102 cities in India. Candidates need to select ATMA 2024 exam centres (usually the test cities) while filling out the application form. 

STEP 2: ATMA admit card 2024

ATMA admit cards will be released for the registered candidates three days before the exam. Candidates must download their admit cards and self-declaration forms and take a printout of the same before the exam, as these are mandatory documents. ATMA admit cards 2024 will be available online for downloading, till the exam day. 

STEP 3: ATMA mock test 2024

ATMA mock test 2024 will likely be conducted two days before the exam day, to familiarize the candidates with the test guidelines if the exam is conducted in the internet-based test mode. It was mandatory for the applicants to appear for the mock test which will be conducted between 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM for 45 minutes. If the applicant does not appear for the mock test, he/she will not be permitted to appear for the actual exam. The mock test will be conducted to avoid any hassle during the exam day. 

STEP 4: ATMA exam 2024

ATMA exam will be conducted in the centre-based online test mode. The test will comprise 180 questions on Analytical Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal skills. Candidates get 180 minutes to solve the questions. 

STEP 5: ATMA result 2024

ATMA results will be declared online on the official website. The test takers can check the ATMA result 2024 and download the scorecard by entering their PID number and password. The scorecards will not be sent to any candidate by post. On the basis of marks scored, candidates can apply to the institute/college of their choice and participate in the further admission process of the participating college.  

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Q:   I have scored 72 percentile in ATMA exam. Can I get admission in MBA course?

A:
Your ATMA percentile score of 72% is a good score, but whether or not you can get admission to an MBA programme will depend on several factors such as the cutoff scores of the colleges you are applying to, the number of seats available, and the level of competition. You should research the admission requirements and selection criteria of the MBA programmes you are interested in, as each programme may have different requirements and selection processes. Generally, MBA programmes consider a variety of factors when making admission decisions, including academic qualifications, work experience, test scores, essays, recommendations, and Personal Interviews. Therefore, it is important to assess your overall profile and see where you stand in terms of the admission requirements of the programs you are interested in. If you meet the admission requirements and have a strong overall profile, including a good ATMA percentile score, you may have a good chance of getting admission to an MBA programme. However, keep in mind that admission to top-tier MBA programmes is highly competitive, so it is essential to have a strong application package and to apply to multiple programs to increase your chances of success.
 

Q:   What is the syllabus and exam pattern of ATMA?

A:
ATMA- Pattern and syllabus Pattern- The question paper comprises of a total of 180 multiple choice questions to be answered in three hours. That is, on an average there is 1 minute to answer 1 question. Negative marking- 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer. Syllabus: A- Analytical Reasoning Skills These questions analyze the logical thinking capabilities of the candidate and there are no specific set of verticals from which the question will be asked in this section. The questions will be mostly based on a passage or a set of conditions. B- Quantitative Skills Number System, Average, Allegation, Percentages, Profit & Loss, Interest, Ratio & Proportion Variations, Time & work, Time, Speed & Distance, Geometry, Mensuration, Functions, Set Theory, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Progression, Inequalities, Coordinate Geometry, Quadratic Equation, Logarithm. C- Verbal Skills Reading comprehension, sentence correction, word meaning and sentence completions.
 

Q:   How can I download ATMA answer key?

A:

You can download the ATMA answer key from the official website of ATMA AIMS. Here are the steps to download the answer key: Visit the official website of ATMA AIMS.

  1. Click on Answer Key and Responses.
  2. Login using ATMA credentials.
  3. Candidates will be redirected to a new PDF file,
  4. Click the download icon.
 

ATMA Exam Day Guidelines

Candidates appearing for the ATMA exam must familiarise themselves with exam day guidelines to avoid any sort of difficulty on the day of the exam.

  • ATMA exam will be held from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, for the May session exam. The candidates need to reach the exam venue by 8:00 AM to complete identification and other processes. Latecomers will not be permitted in the exam centre.
  • The candidates need to carry two printouts of the ATMA admit card with a passport-size photograph affixed to it and photo ID proof (original and photocopy) issued by the Government of India. They must also carry a printout of the ATMA application form. Candidates not carrying the above-mentioned documents will not be allowed to appear for the exam.
  • Candidates should affix a photograph which matches the application form.
  • Candidates must have the ArogyaSetu app installed on their phones and the app must show the candidate's risk status. In case the candidate does not have the Arogya Setu app, they have to bring the filled self-declaration form. Candidates need to switch off their phones after showing the risk status to the security guard at the centre.
  • Candidates must bring a ballpoint pen to the centre. Other gadgets such as digital watches, statistical tables, calculators, etc. are not permitted in the exam centre.
  • The candidate must wear a mask and gloves at all times. They must also carry a transparent water bottle, sanitiser and exam-related documents. They must also obey COVID-19-appropriate behaviour at all times.

Also Read: Complete ATMA exam day guidelines

Q:   Which are the best books to refer for ATMA exam preparation?

A:
There is a range of books to read for ATMA preparation. Here is a list of section-wise best books for the ATMA exam: Verbal Skills section -Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis -High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin -Objective General English by RS Aggarwal -The Pearson Guide to Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning for the CAT Analytical Reasoning section -How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for CAT by Arun Sharma -Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey -Multi-Dimensional Reasoning by Mishra Kumar and Dr. Lal -Logical and Analytical Reasoning by K Gupta Quantitative Skills section -Quantitative Aptitude by R. S Aggarwal -Fast track objective Arithmetic by Rajesh Sharma -Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha -NCERT Mathematics Books for Class 9 and 10 by NCERT publications.
 

Q:   What is the ideal time to prepare for ATMA?

A:
Aspirants should start preparing for the ATMA exam at least six months before the test date. ATMA preparation requires planning thus one must start early. They can also join coaching institutes for focused preparation. Starting early will also help you assess that whether you need to join a coaching institute or not. Divide your preparation into three phases - 1. Covering the syllabus 2. Practicing mock tests, sample questions and 3. Revision. The ATMA syllabus includes the following topics: Verbal Skills: Parajumbles, Sentence Completion, Grammar, Comprehension Passages, Synonyms and Antonyms, etc. , Analytical Reasoning: Tables, Graphs, Pie Charts, Blood Relation, Seating Arrangement, Strong and Weak Arguments, and Syllogism Quantitative Skills: Geometry, Algebra Number System Arithmetic, Mensuration etc. You can read the following ATMA books for exam preparation: 1. A New Approach to Reasoning by BS Sijawali 2. Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT by Nishit K Sinha 3. Multi-Dimensional Reasoning by Mishra Kumar and Dr Lal 4. Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis 5. How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Arun Sharma and Meenakshi Upadhyay 6. High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren & Martin 7. How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma 9. Class 9 and Class 10 NCERT Mathematics books 10. Quantitative Aptitude by R. S Aggarwal.
 

Q:   How can I crack ATMA in 6 months?

A:
ATMA is very much similar to any other entrance exam and can be cracked if time is managed wisely. Here are few tips to crack the examination provided limited numbers of days/months: Set your plan agile and keep buffer time for revision and solving mock test papers. Start with your verbal and quantitative practice in parallel. Six months can make or change the game, time management is very important at every single point of time till the final day and even on the day. Keep positive! Maintain a good balance between your accuracy and solving time. Be focused and calm. For the last month keep all the formulas and tricks handy and revise on a daily basis. Remember not to be emotional while solving or appearing for exam. Manage your time wisely. In short: - Make daily/weekly targets and pen down each - Revise the syllabus as per study plan - Solve previous year questions as per time frame guidelines of actual exam. This will give you a look and feel of actual exam - Manage your time well - Keep calm and stay cool
 

ATMA 2024 Test Cities

ATMA exam will be conducted in various cities throughout the country. Candidates have to choose their ATMA test centre while filling out the application form. Below mentioned are the test centres where the ATMA exam 2024 will be conducted.

ATMA 2024 Test Cities

Ahmedabad/ Gandhi Nagar

Hyderabad / Secunderabad

Agra

agartala

Amravati (Maharashtra)

 Jalgaon

Aurangabad (Maharashtra)

 Indore

Beed

Jaipur

Bengaluru

Kolhapur

Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh)

Kolkata

Bhubaneswar

Lucknow

Chennai

Mumbai - Navi Mumbai - Thane

Coimbatore

Nanded

Delhi-NCR

Nagpur

Chandrapur

Nashik

Raipur

Patna

Pune

Ranchi

Solapur

Bhopal

Chandigarh

Gwalior

Guwahati

Hubli

Jabalpur

Jodhpur

Kanpur

Kochi

Kurnool

Ludhiana

Madhurai

Mangalore

Mysuru

Nizambad

Palghar

Panaji

Tirupati

Trivandrum

Udaipur

Vadodra

Vijayawad

Vizag

Warangal

Amritsar

Dehradun

Faridabad

Surat

 

Note: It is to be noted that any of the above test centres may be cancelled, combined, added or changed depending on the number of candidates in a specific centre. 

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Q:   Which are the new exam centres for ATMA exam?

A:

As many as 28 new test cities have been added to the existing list. Cities like Amritsar, Chandigarh, Surat, Faridabad, Jodhpur, Kanpur, etc. have been added. The complete list of the newly added test centre is given below:

  1. Amritsar
  2. Dehradun
  3. Chandigarh
  4. Guwahati
  5. Hubli
  6. Gwalior
  7. Faridabad
  8. Surat
  9. Jabalpur
  10. Jodhpur
  11. Kochi
  12. Kanpur
  13. Kurnool
  14. Ludhiana
  15. Madhurai
  16. Mangalore
  17. Mysore
  18. Nizambad
  19. Palghar
  20. Panaji
  21. Tirupati
  22. Trivandrum
  23. Vadodra
  24. Udaipur
  25. Vijayawada
  26. Vizag
  27. Warangal
  28. Bhopal
 

Q:   What are the top colleges that accept the ATMA exam score card?

A:
Many top colleges accept the ATMA exam scorecards. A list of the top colleges that accept the ATMA exam scorecard is mentioned below; 1- School of Management, Manipal University 2- International School of Management & Research, Pune 3- ISBR Business School, Bangalore 4- KIIT School of Management, Odisha 5- Jagan Institute Of Management Studies, Rohini 6- Taxila Business School, Jaipur 7- ASMs Institute of International Business & Research, Pune 8- EMPI Business School, Delhi 9- ICBM School of Business Excellence, Hyderabad 10- New Delhi Institute of Management, Delhi. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha ATMA exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/mba/atma-exam). I hope this will help you.
 

Q:   How can I know my ATMA test centre?

A:

Registered candidates will be able to know the details regarding their allotted ATMA exam centre through the admit card. Important details such as the allotted exam centre name, address and more details will be made available through the ATMA admit card. Therefore, the candidates will have to download the admit card and check the details carefully. In case of any discepancies, the candidates are advised to contact the authorities immediately.  

 

ATMA 2024 Contact Information

Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS)

D No:6-3-668/10/76, First Floor, Near Sri Kalyana Venkateshwara Temple, Durga Nagar Colony, Punjagutta, Hyderabad 500082

 Tel.No.Office:(040)-23417875/76

 Email: atma.secretariat@gmail.com

FAQs Regarding ATMA Exam

Check below some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the ATMA exam:

Q:   What is the ATMA Exam?

A:
The AIMS Test for Management Admissions ATMA is a national-level entrance examination for admission to postgraduate management programs such as MBA/PGDM MS etc. The exam is conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) and is held several times a year. ATMA is a computer-based test (CBT) that assesses the aptitude of candidates in various areas such as verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. The exam is three hours long and consists of multiple-choice questions. The exam is accepted by over 600 B-Schools across India, and the scores obtained in the ATMA exam are considered for admission to various management courses offered by these institutes. ATMA scores are also accepted for admission to management programs offered by various government-aided and private universities. Candidates interested in appearing for the ATMA exam can apply online on the official website of AIMS. The eligibility criteria for the exam may vary from institute to institute, and candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria of the specific institutes they are interested in applying to before taking the exam. An upvote would be appreciated!
 

Q:   Who conducts the ATMA exam?

A:

The ATMA exam is conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). AIMS is a networking body of B-schools in India for the professional development of management education. This networking body is the official representative of Indian Management Schools in India as well as in some important international forums. Many top institutes such as IIMs, ISB, ASCI, Xavier Institutions, Welingkar Institute of Management (WeSchool), NMIMS, ICFAI, MDI, SP Jain, and many other management departments of various Universities are the members of AIMS. AIMS also have tie ups with international bodies such as Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA), European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Usually, the ATMA exam is conducted in computer-based test mode in more than 100 test cities. The exam is accepted by over 600 B-Schools across India, and the scores obtained in the ATMA exam are considered for admission to MBA and MCA courses offered by these institutes.

 

Q:   In how many cities ATMA exam is held? How many test cities can I choose while filling the ATMA application form?

A:

ATMA 2024 will be held in about 100 cities across India. Candidates can choose up to three cities as their preferred test location. The candidates should choose the test cities in order of their preference. They should choose the test city carefully as the request to change the test city later may or may not be accepted due to non-availability of seats at the centres in that particular city. Given below are the cities where ATMA exam is usually held. Amritsar, Dehradun, Chandigarh, Guwahati, Gwalior, Hubli, Faridabad, Surat, Jabalpur, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kochi, Ludhiana, Kurnool, Madurai, Bangalore, Mysuru, Nizambad, Palghar, Panaji, Tirupati, Trivandrum, Udaipur, Vadodara, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Warangal, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad/ Secundrabad, Amravati, Jalgaon, Aurangabad, Indore, B.Ed Jaipur, Bengaluru, Kolhapur, Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh), Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Lucknow, Chennai, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, Coimbatore, Nanded, Delhi NCR, Nagpur, Nashik, Chandrapur, Raipur, Patna, Pune, Ranchi, Solapur, Agra, Agartala, Aizwal, Ajmer, Ambala, Anand, Asansol, Belgaum, Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh), Hazaribagh, Durgapur, Fategarh Sahib, Gaya, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Gulbarga, Hassan, Hubli-Dharwad, Jammu, Jamshedpur, Jhansi, Karimnagar, Karnal, Kammam, Kochi, Kohima, Kozhikode, Kotak, Mohali, Muzzzffarpur, Naharlagun, Nashik, Noida, Pallakad, Pathankot, Puducherry, Prayagraj, Ratnagiri, Roorkee, Salem, Samba, Satna, Shillong, Siliguri, Solapur, Srikakulam, Tezpur, Thanjavur, Thrichur, Udaipur, Ujjain, Vadodara, Vellore.

 

Q:   I am unable to upload my signatures in the ATMA registration form. What should I do?

A:
There is a set limit to upload a photograph and digital signatures in the ATMA registration form. The size of the file should be between 20 KB to 50 KB. The size of the scanned image should not be more than 50 KB. The dimensions of the signatures should be 140 X 60 Pixels. If the documents are not in the prescribed format then the application form can be rejected. Candidates must note that there is no form correction window in the ATMA application process, hence they must carefully fill the application form and upload clear scanned copies of the documents.
 

Q:   Which is tougher to crack: TISSNET or ATMA?

A:
TISSNET exam is a national level exam conducted for all Masters Programs. If you have complete knowledge with respect to the subject and correct information, then cracking the exam is not that tough. Same goes for TISS, MUMBAI. You require study material which is an amalgamation of every associated concepts. For ATMA the Reasoning section is very important. Candidates can practice similar tests, to be precise and accurate. Since for this section, there is no precise formula, the candidates can solve as many mock tests as possible. Simple preparation for this section can be done by solving puzzles and riddles. For the Quantitative section, the candidates can prepare from the NCERT books or secondary and Higher secondary level mathematics books. Candidates can also opt for solving mock tests, previous years ATMA question papers and CAT Question papers. Lastly, for the Verbal Section, the candidates can brush up their grammar, vocabulary and increasing their reading speed. Reading from various topics can give an advantage while dealing with long passages.
 

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The AIMS test for Management the date for registration and payment is 24th June for the session 2024. The payment getaway closes at 11th of July 2024 at 11:55 PM. Date for the closure of registration is at 13th of July 2024 5:00 PM. The students can download the admit cards from 17th July 2024, 5;0

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Welingkar Mumbai is accepting scores from the CAT 2023, XAT 2024, ATMA, CMAT 2024, and GMAT for admission in 2024 for MBA.

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ATMA exam dates for the May session for admission to the MBA programme offered at DY Patil Institute of Technology have been revised and now the exam will be conducted on May 25, 2024. DY Patil Institute of Technology MBA deadline for ATMA registration process is May 18, 2024.

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