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ATMA 2020 - Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) began the ATMA 2020 registration for February session exam on November 18, 2019. Earlier AIMS had announced that registration would begin from November 15. The last date to fill the application form of ATMA 2020 is February 3, 2020.Earlier AIMS had announced the important dates for ATMA 2020 February session on October 25, 2019. The admit card of ATMA 2020 will be released on February 5, 2020. ATMA 2020 result will be declared on February 13, 2020. ATMA exam is conducted for admissions to the postgraduate programmes in the Management domain (MBA, PGDM, PGDBA etc) across its participating institutes. It is a national-level management entrance exam which conducted four to five times a year. According to the exam pattern of ATMA 2020, candidates will have to appear in the computer-based exam which will be for 3 hours. In this article, candidates will get to know all the details about ATMA exam such as important dates, eligibility criteria, the application process, exam pattern, syllabus, exam centre, result, selection process etc.LATEST: Application Form for ATMA 2020 February session released on November 18, 2019.
Latest: [Download free Question Papers and Sample Paper of ATMA, Click here]
AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA)
Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS)
Commonly known as
Total No. of Question
Total No. of Sections
No. of Exam Centres
29 cities across India
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The important dates of ATMA 2020 comprise the complete schedule for all the events related to the admission process. ATMA 2020 important dates that are given in the table are tentative and it will be updated after released by the authorities.
Important Dates of ATMA 2020
Notification Release date
October 25, 2019
Start date for the availability of ATMA 2020 application form
November 18, 2019
Last date to fill the ATMA Application Form 2020
February 3, 2020
Availability of ATMA 2020 Admit Card
February 5, 2020
ATMA February Entrance Exam 2020
February 9, 2020
ATMA 2020 Result
February 13, 2020
ATMA 2020 Selection Procedure
The conducting body of ATMA 2020, has predefined the eligibility criteria for ATMA 2020 exam. The candidates who apply for ATMA 2020 entrance exam must fulfil the following eligibility criteria which are given below -
Candidates must be Graduates in any discipline from a recognised university or institute are eligible to apply for ATMA exam.
Final year graduate students can also eligible for the ATMA exam.
Age Limit - There is no age limitation to appear for ATMA exam. Also, candidates who have previously applied for ATMA exam can re-apply for the exam.
The application form of ATMA 2020 for February session has been released on November, 18 2019 and the last date to the registration of ATMA 2020 is February 3, 2020. Initially, the authorities had announced that the date for commencement of registration was November 15. Candidates will able to use their personal Phone Number and Email id to register for the exam. ATMA 2020 application form will be available in online mode. ATMA 2020 online registration process will be completed in four simple steps:
Registration & Fee Payment
Fill ATMA application form 2020 for February session
Upload Image & Signature
Application Fee: The application fee for ATMA 2020 is Rs. 1298. This amount is non-refundable and must have been paid by before submitting the application form of ATMA 2020 for the February session exam. Payment through Debit /Credit Card (Payment Gateway) ONLY. No other mode is accepted.
ATMA 2020 February exam will be conducted in 29 cities across India. Candidates can select the city of their choice while filling out the application form. Here is the list of the exam centres for ATMA 2020 February exam:
ATMA (February 2020) Exam Cities -
ATMA 2020 admit card for February session will be released in online mode on February 5, 2020. The candidate will be issued the ATMA 2020 admit card after they have successfully registered for the exam. Candidates can download the ATMA admit card 2020 from the official website of ATMA by using their login credentials. On the exam, it is important to carry ATMA 2010 admit card, identity proof and required items.
The exam pattern of ATMA 2020 includes the mode in which the exam will be conducted, the type of questions that will be asked, marking scheme, so on and so forth.
Highlights of ATMA 2020 Exam Pattern
180 minutes (3hours)
Number of Questions
Types of Questions
Multiple types of questions (MCQs)
One mark will be awarded for each correct attempt
No mark will be deducted for the wrong attempt
Based on past years question papers, applicants can check the total number of questions that are asked in the ATMA exam.
Section-wise Question Distribution
No. of Questions
Allotted Time (mins)
Verbal Skills - I
Quantitative Skills - I
Analytical Reasoning Skills - I
Verbal Skills - II
Quantitative Skills - II
Analytical Reasoning Skills - II
As per the officials, ATMA 2020 syllabus divided into three sections. The detailed syllabus of ATMA 2020 is mentioned below:
Topics -wise Syllabus
Synonyms & Antonyms
Permutation and Combination
Ratio and Proportion
Time and Work
LCM and HCF
Simple/ Compound Interest
Surds and Indices
Problems on Ages
Profit, Loss and Discount
Analytical Reasoning Skills
Arrangement of letters
Strike the Odd one out
Candidate must read all the instructions carefully before they attempt the questions.
Candidates cannot sit for the ATMA exam unless they clear the fingerprint scanning.
It is advised to wear open footwear not closed shoes
Reach examination centre 30 minutes before the exam.
Books, notepapers, calculators, slide-rules, mobile phones and other electronic devices are not allowed.
Candidates should remain in their seats during the exam. Candidates may leave their computer only with the permission of the Invigilator / Test Supervisor.
ATMA result 2020 for February session will be announced on February 13, 2020 at the official website of ATMA. In order to check the result of ATMA 2020, candidates must enter the registration number and roll number. Students who will successfully appear in the test will be able to check ATMA result 2020, to be available in online mode. The authorities will release a list of shortlisted candidates after the declaration of ATMA 2020 result. The result of ATMA 2020 will contain candidates name, their respective application numbers and marks. ATMA scorecard will include three sectional scores: ie., quantitative, verbal, analytical and one total score obtained by the candidate.
Once the result of ATMA 2020 for February session will be announced, the participated institutes which accept the score of ATMA exam will release their individual ATMA 2020 cutoff for admission to MBA programme. The minimum marks or percentile required to get shortlisted for the admission procedure are known as the cutoff mark for ATMA 2020. It may vary from institute to institute.
Factors Affecting ATMA Cutoff
Various factors are considered for deciding the ATMA 2020 cutoff. These include
The difficulty level of exam
Reservation policy of institutes which accept the ATMA score
Previous years cutoff trends
Marking schemes of the exam
Lowest and Average marks scored by the candidates in the exam
Total number of applicants and seats offered by institutes
After the declaration of ATMA 2020 result, the participating B-schools accepting the score of ATMA exam will release the list of shortlisted candidates for the next rounds of admission. The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the next rounds of selection procedure of ATMA 2020 i.e. Group Discussion (GD) and or Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of ATMA 2020 scores and performance in the selection rounds. Past academic scores of the candidates may also get counted for final admissions.
The institutes which accept ATMA score are known as ATMA participating institutes. Around 200 B-schools in India will accept ATMA 2020 February scores for their admissions process. After the declaration of the ATMA result 2020, candidates will need to apply to different participating institutes of ATMA 2020 as per their choice and follow the selection process of that particular institute to get the final admission.
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Candidates who wish to appear for ATMA exam, they must graduates in any discipline from a recognised university or institute are eligible to apply for ATMA exam.
Yes, final year students can apply for ATMA.
High-quality questions from the ATMA syllabus, based in MCQ format are asked in ATMA.
In case of any queries/ questions, candidates can contact AIMS
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is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA). There will be six sections in the 2020 paper. The February session for the same is on the 9th of February 2020. Knowing the pattern will help you with the exam and will also aid you for the mock tests. The exam is generally conducted five times a year.
Here is the
link to some sample papers
for the same:
The exam mode is online and offline. The six sections are as follows:
The paper is of three hours duration with 1 mark for every correct answer, so try to keep the time constraint in mind while solving the mock test paper. The paper is of 180 marks with each section of 30 marks with 30 questions. There is 0.25 negative marking for every wrong answer as well. So while evaluating your score for the mock test, score accordingly.
MAT, also known as Management Aptitude Test
is also conducted by AIMA and the first phase of the exam is generally conducted in the second or third week of February.
link to the sample papers
is as follows:
There will be a total of 200 questions and 150 minutes will be given to solve the same. There will be five sections, namely, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, Mathematics, Data Analysis and Sufficiency and Indian and Global Environment. Each section will consist of 40 questions each. Each correct answer will get one mark and there will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks. Keep these pointers in mind while evaluating your sample papers.
Hope this helps. All the best!
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (
) is now accepting the score of both ATMA and MAT scores for admission to their MMS programme. They also accept valid score of at least one examination, namely: MAH CET/CAT/CMAT/XAT.
Hope this information helps you.
Wishing you a good luck !
Hope you are doing well
As per the previous year trends, ATMA exam pattern 2020 includes six sections. ATMA 2020 for February session will be conducted on February 9, 2020. The exam pattern of ATMA 2020 remains unchanged. You are advised to go through the ATMA exam pattern 2020 before appearing for the examination. Exam pattern of ATMA 2020 will help you in preparation for examination.
It contains total 180 questions and to get 90% you have to ans 162 questions currently for this try to attempt nearly 173 questions.
hope it is helpful to you
All the best
Mohit, 98-99 percentile means you can afford to have hardly 2-3 wrong answers. 98-99 percentile precisely means you should score better than 99 percentage of the people who have appeared for ATMA. Which means, there can be no room for errors. ATMA is conducted both offline and online for a duration of 3 hours. There are 6 sections in the exam paper:
Analytical Reasoning Skills -I
Analytical Reasoning Skills-II
The exam might be Objective/Multiple Choice Questions and every correct answer gets you 1 mark and there is a negative marking of .25. The exam is for a total of 180 marks. For more information, please visit our page at:
The exam is divided into Analytical, Verbal and Quantitative skills.
Under Analytical reasoning skills, your aptitude skills will be checked. The most important topics that you need to focus here would be:
Odd Man Out
Coding and Decoding. As this is the most tricky section, this needs a lot of practise. Solve as many sample papers as possible to get the hang of the section. Make notes when required. Regular practise can help you understand and solve the questions easily as time goes on.
Verbal Skills test your grammar and vocabulary knowledge. You should practise topics like:
Synonyms and Antonyms
Comprehension. Read articles from time to time. Follow newspapers, magazines, and watch the news channels and browse the internet to keep yourself updated. You will need a lot of reading to help you in the comprehension section. You will need speed to help you in this section and you can achieve that only by thorough practise and reading. Take time to understand the question because most answers are interlinked.
Quantitative Skills: You should practise Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Advanced Mathematics. Practise chapter by chapter and develop mental calculations. Like practise more of basic summation, subtraction, fractions and tables. Numbers, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio, Proportionality, Time-Distance, Time-Work, Mixtures, Averages, Partnership, Permutation and Combinations, Probability, Set Theory, Progression and Series, Line, Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Polygon, Circles, Ares, Volume, Height and Distance, Coordinate Geometry, Basic Trigonometry are few important topics. Because this section involves mathematics and takes most of your time, your focus should be on solving the problems efficiently in the beginning. Even if it takes time, practise upto perfection. Practise as many questions as you can in the conventional way. As and when you get a grip on the subject, you can go for short cuts. Memorise tables, square roots, cube roots, conversion from percent to fraction, etc. Solve sample papers on Mathematics. In the beginning, do not worry about the time it takes. As you practise, you will get the hang of the subject and it will be easier for you.
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