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ATMA Pattern and Syllabus

November 27, 2015 11:53 AM 2 minute read , Management - BBA / MBA / Diploma , AIMS Test for Management Admissions(ATMA)

ATMA Pattern and Syllabus

AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) is a national-level paper based management entrance examination. It is conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) five times in a year. ATMA scores are used for admission in various management programmes across India.

Exam Pattern

Mode of Payment

Candidates can opt to pay the fees via three modes:

Online Payment using Debit / Credit Cards: Candidates can choose to pay the fees online through credit or debit card.

Bank Account transfer: Candidates can also pay the test fees through bank transfer (Axis Bank).

Fee Collection Center: Finally, candidates can pay the fees at the collection center (collection center addresses)

Admit Cards

Candidates can download ATMA Admit Cards from December 22, 2015, by entering the PID and password on the official website.

Candidates have to carry their admit cards to appear for the test. Two passport size photographs need to be affixed on the Admit Card.

ATMA Exam

ATMA is a paper-based MBA entrance test. The test consists of multiple-choice objective-type questions. Candidates need to attempt 180 questions in 180 minutes which will consist of verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, analysing and synthesising ability of the candidate.

Section

Area

Number of Questions

Allotted Time

1

Analytical Reasoning Skills

30

30 minutes

2

Verbal Skills

30

30 minutes

3

Quantitative Skills

30

30 minutes

4

Verbal Skills

30

30 minutes

5

Analytical Reasoning Skills

30

30 minutes

6

Quantitative Skills

30

30 minutes

Total

180

180 minutes

Exam Syllabus

ATMA has three main topics, divided in to six sections. Candidates have to attempt 180 questions in 180 minutes. Here’s a detailed look at the syllabus:

Quantitative Skills

The main topics in this section are:

Percentage

Profit and Loss

Time-Speed-Distance

Time and Work

Number System

Data Interpretation

Pie Chart

Bar Graph

Basic Arithmetic

Simple Interest

Compound Interest

Algebra

Series

Analytical Reasoning Skills

The core topics in this section are:

Odd-one-out

Arrangement of letters

Coding-Decoding

Blood Relations

Visual Reasoning

Verbal Logic

Analogy

Syllogism

Data Sufficiency

Statement– Conclusion

Number Series

Verbal Skills

Chief topics in this section are:

Vocabulary

Reading Comprehension

Fill in the Blanks

Synonyms

Fill in the blank questions

Grammar

The sample papers are available on the website.

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