ATMA 2020 results will be announced in a few days. Candidates who appeared for ATMA February exam can check their results and download the scorecard from the official website. Read the article below to know more.
ATMA result 2020 will be declared on February 13, 2020 in online mode on the official website of ATMA AIMS. The result cum scorecard will include details such as section-wise score, overall score and ATMA percentile. Candidates will be able to download their scorecard using their login credentials.
Aims Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) was conducted on February 9, 2020 in computer-based test mode. According to candidates who appeared for ATMA February exam, the question paper was tougher than the previous year. The most difficult section was Quantitative Aptitude.
Post the declaration of ATMA result 2020, the institutes accepting the exam score will begin admission process. Candidates who meet the ATMA cutoff will be shortlisted for further admission process which includes Group Discussion and Personal Interview. Read the article below to know how to check the ATMA result 2020, details on scorecard, etc.
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How to check ATMA result
Candidates can check the ATMA result/scorecard on the official website using their PID number and password. Take a look at the steps below to know how to check the ATMA result 2020.
- Visit the official website
- Click on the tab ‘Candidate Login’ on homepage
- Select the exam date and enter PID and password
- Click ‘Login’
ATMA scorecard will appear on the screen and candidates can download the same from the download button and finally take a print out.
Details mentioned on ATMA scorecard 2020
The following details will be mentioned on the ATMA scorecard:
- Name of the applicant
- Roll number
- Exam date
- Section-wise scaled score and percentile
- Total score and percentile
- Result validation key
- Valid year for admission
Know How to Calculate ATMA Score
ATMA score can be calculated according to marking scheme of ATMA exam 2020. As per the marking scheme, candidates will be awarded one mark for every correct answer and for each incorrect answer 0.25 marks will be deducted from the overall score. This means that for every four incorrect answers, one mark will be deducted from the total score of the candidate.
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