12-29-2014, 01:57 PM
Association of Indian Management (AIMS) is set to conduct paper-based test for admission Management (ATMA) on February 8th 2015. Online test was conducted on 14 December 2014. The result for the same can be checked here.
ATMA is one of six (ATMA, cat, CMAT, GMAT, MAT and XAT) national level tests recognized by AICTE / MHRD, GOI for admission to MBA / PGDM courses.
The candidate must be at least a graduate from a recognized university with a minimum age for appear for the test as 21 years. Students displayed their final year examination can also search for ATMA test.
The duration of treatment is three hours, with paper consisting of six sections: analytical reasoning skills, verbal skills and quantitative skills, which is divided into six sections - two sections in each area. There will be a total of 180 questions, each part consists of 30 questions.
How to prepare ATMA?
ATMA measure skills and abilities of the student for higher management training. Such an ability in a person develops over time with diligent practice and hardwork. Therefore preparation for ATMA not equal that university examinations. Candidates should work on aptitude tests and speed.