The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) 2020 exam notification has been released.
According to the latest memo released, the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMA) has officially released the exam dates for the upcoming edition of the ATMA 2020 Exam. The Application Process will commence shortly, candidates can fill it from November 15, 2019, and will conclude on 3rd February 2020. The Admit Card Release Date is 5th February 2020. ATMA 2020 Exam will be held on 9th February 2020 and the result will be out on 13th February 2020 respectively.
ATMA is the Entrance Exam for MBA Candidates. ATMA Exam is the next best alternative all MBA aspirants who are unable to crack major exams like CAT, XAT, IIFT can give ATMA exam conducted in the month of July and prove their mettle. ATMA provides admission into renowned universities like Christ University (Bangalore), Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research (Mumbai), IMS Ghaziabad
ATMA 2020 Exam Eligibility
Candidates should know about eligibility criteria before applying for the exam. AIIMS sets the Eligibility Criteria, these criteria are:
Only Indian candidates can apply for ATMA 2020. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline and should have completed their bachelor’s in a recognized university/institute. Students in their final year of graduation are also eligible to attempt ATMA. Candidates who have completed CA can also apply for this exam. Students should have a minimum score of 50% in the bachelor’s degree exam.
ATMA 2020 Examination Details
The question paper is divided into 6 sections. Each of the six sections will have 30 questions in MCQ format. The order of the sections would not necessarily remain the same. The sequence may change from exam to exam. The three major sections in the syllabus are Quantitative Skills, Verbal Skills, and Analytical Reasoning Skills.
The online exam will consist of 180 questions in total that need to be answered in 3 hours. The medium of the ATMA exam is English. The questions will be objective multiple choice based questions with negative marking in place (1 Mark for each incorrect answer).
Candidates can look at the prescribed ATMA Syllabus and prepare well for the exam. The three major sections in the syllabus are Quantitative Skills, Verbal Skills, and Analytical Reasoning Skills.
The interested candidates can apply for the examination once the form is out. For more details about the application, one is advised to visit the following link – ATMA 2020 Application Form.
AIMS will release results for ATMA July Exam on February 13, 2020, and on their official website. For exams that are carried out in other months, AIMS will release results after the exam. Result Date will be available on the official site.
The candidates can check their 2020 ATMA Results online by visiting the official website. They have to log in using their credentials. Once logged in they can view their results.