For PGDM/ MBA /MCA*ADMISSIONS 2018-20
|Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) Test For Management Admissions - ATMA Online|
|Category : Management Admissions 2019|
|Published : On June 29, 2018 By Webindia123 Editor|
|Date of Commencement of Registration||28th June 2018|
|Close of Payment gateway||30th July 2018|
|Date of closure of Registration||30th July 2018|
|Last date for reprint of filled-in application form||5th August 2018|
|Downloading of Admit Cards||3rd August 2018|
|Online Test||5th August 2018|
|Results||9th August 2018|
AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is one of the six (ATMA, CAT, CMAT, GMAT, MAT and XAT) National Level Tests recognized by the AICTE/ MHRD, GoI for admissions to MBA/PGDM courses. The national level status of ATMA has been confirmed by the Supreme Court also.
The AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is meant for admissions to the Post-graduate programmes in Management (e.g. PGDM, PGDBA, MBA, MCM, MCA also subject to regulations of local university) etc., offered by various Institutions / Universities. The procedure for registering for the Test and the Test Administration are also described below.
The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), established in 1988, is one of the largest networks of management institutions in the world, with over 740 members including IIMs, ISB, Xavier Institutes, Welingkar, MDI, S P Jain, ICFAI, NMIMS and other top Indian business schools. ATMA was launched in 2000 to meet the expressed desire of AIMS members for a high quality test, the scores of which would be used in the admission process as a reliable predictor of academic performance in post graduate management programmes. ATMA is a credible, comprehensive and single-window test for admissions to different post-graduate management programmes. The first Test was conducted on Sunday, 20th February, 2000, at several centres in India. Since then 43 tests have been conducted.
Bachelor's degree in any discipline. Students appearing for their final year examinations are also eligible to apply
ATMA : How to Prepare
ATMA seeks to measure the aptitude of the student for higher management education.
Such an aptitude in a person is typically shaped and developed over a long period
of time and cannot be altered in a short time frame. Hence, preparation for
ATMA cannot be similar to that of university examinations. However, familiarity
with aptitude tests and speed can be improved with diligent and regular preparation.
AIMS does not recommend any particular preparatory course or training for ATMA,
though these may be effective in varying degrees. Working out the'Sample Tests'
is likely to help the candidate.
Sample tests are available in the Website.
ATMA will be administered in the premises of colleges/institutes/schools or their computer labs, etc. The address of the Test Venue is given on the Admit Card, which is in two pages.
You are requested to submit the following documents to the invigilator at the time of the examination.
Report to the Test Venue with your above documents, not later than half-an-hour before commencement of the Test. The second page of the admit card is meant for the candidate. The candidate is required to obtain invigilator‟s signature on it, and retain the same for future use.
Take your assigned seat in the Test Lab. Change of computer is not permitted without the explicit permission of the Test Supervisor.
Instructions for Online Exam should be followed as directed in the E-Admit Card. Familiarity with use of computers and internet will be required.
Instructions regarding Test
Candidates are advised to read the instructions carefully before attempting the test.
There are 180 questions spread over 6 sections.
Total time allotted for the test is 180 minutes.
For each correct answer 1 mark will be given and for each incorrect answer 0.25 mark deducted from the score.
You will be redirected to next question automatically after attempting a question.
Click the 'Next' Button to skip a question and move on to next question.
You may revise an answer by selecting the question no. from the list.
Click the 'End Test' button to close the test at any point of time.
For any reason, if test gets disrupted, you may restart the test by logging in again. In such a case, you will not be able to change the answers attempted in the previous session for security reasons. However, you will be allowed full three hours without counting any time lost in any interruption.
Nature of the Test
The Test contains 180 Questions spread over six sections. Each section in the Online Test need not be attempted in the serial order. Total time of the Test is 3 hours. The questions cover Analytical Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal skills.
STRUCTURE OF ATMA
|Section||Question-Context related to||No. Of Questions||Allotted Time|
|I||Analytical Reasoning Skills||30||30 Min|
|II||Verbal Skills||30||30 Min|
|III||Quantitative Skills||30||30 Min|
|IV||Verbal Skills||30||30 Min|
|V||Analytical Reasoning Skills||30||30 Min|
|VI||Quantitative Skills||30||30 Min|
(In the Actual Test the Same Sequence as Shown in the Table above may not be followed)
Cancellation of the Test Results
A candidate's score will be cancelled by the office of ATMA, if any misconduct or unfair practice by the candidate is detected, by any of the several available means.
A candidate whose result is cancelled, will not receive her/his score and will be informed accordingly.
For list of institutes accepting ATMA please visit the institute website.
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