Updated By Yash Dhamija on 08 Jan, 2021 11:47
Registration Starts On December 21, 2020
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ATMA 2021 is conducted by Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). The exam will be conducted online for admission in the MBA programmes at top private business schools. As the exam is conducted 5 times a year, it gives an option to the candidate to prepare accordingly. The syllabus for ATMA will remain the same every time. The question paper will contain six sections which will cover different topics from Quantitative, Analytical Reasoning and Verbal Skills. All the topics covered in the syllabus of ATMA 2021 aim to evaluate a candidate’s aptitude skills in various management sections.
Some of the major topics which are available in the ATMA 2021 Syllabus are Coding-decoding, Jumbled Sentences, Permutation & Combination, Time, Speed and Distance and Quadratic Equation. Candidates are advised to check all the topics before moving on the exam preparation. Further, the syllabus of ATMA will provide information about what topics will be asked in the exam so that the candidates may mark the important topics accordingly. Candidates may solve the previous year question papers to get further information about the topics that will be covered in the syllabus.
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Exam date: 20 Mar, 2021
ATMA tests the candidates' ability and skills in various areas including Quantitative, Reasoning, Verbal. Therefore, it is mandatory to go through the section-wise syllabus of ATMA 2021 in order to prepare well for the exam. Check the detailed syllabus of each section of ATMA given below.
The Verbal section of ATMA comprises 30 questions. The questions in this section are mostly based on the following topics.
Idioms and Phrases
One Word Substitution
Fill in the blanks with words
The section of Analytical Reasoning in ATMA has a total of 30 questions. The topics on which questions are based include the following.
Odd One Out
Statement - True/ false
Arrangement of Letters
Statement - Conclusion
Assumptions and Conclusion
ATMA Quantitative section consists of 30 questions in total. The topics on which the majority of questions are asked have been mentioned below.
Speed, Time, and Distance
Profit and Loss
LCM and HCF
Time, Speed, and Distance
Ratio & Proportion Variations
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No, the syllabus of ATMA is not tough but you will have to devote proper time for preparation.
The number of questions asked in the Quantitative section of ATMA is 30.
Yes, you must cover the entire syllabus of ATMA while preparing for the exam. Leaving any topic can have adverse effects on your score.
A total of 30 questions are asked from the the Verbal section in ATMA.
For ATMA Analytical Reasoning, some of the important topics include analogy, verbal logic, odd one out, series, arrangement, statements, data sufficiency, syllogism, blood relations, number series, visual reasoning, venn diagrams, assumptions and conclusion, etc.
The time required to complete the ATMA syllabus depends entirely on the candidate and varies from person to person. Ideally, 8-12 months are more than enough to cover the entire syllabus of ATMA along with revision.
No, the syllabus of ATMA Part I and Part II is the same for all sections.
The most important topics of Quantitative in ATMA syllabus are number system, algebra, geometry, progressions, binomial theorem, data interpretation, speed distance and time, LCM and HCF, profit and loss, etc.
The important topics of ATMA Verbal section include basic grammar like synonyms, antonyms, idioms and phrases, sentence completion, jumbled paragraph, one word substitution, vocabulary, etc.
ATMA comprises a total of six sections. Two sections each of Verbal Skills, Quantitative Skills, and Analytical Skills are asked in the exam.