We bring you ATMA 2013 Exam Date, Syllabus, Notification, Paper Pattern, ATMA 2013 Entrance Exam Dates, Forms, Eligibility Criteria, Preparation Tips, Tricks, Techniques.
ATMA - AIMS Test for Management Admission is comprehensive and single-window test conducted by Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) for admissions to different postgraduate management programmes.
The score validity of the ATMA is one year and for the next academic year the students need to take the new ATMA for seeking admission.
ATMA 2013 Dates / Notification:-
ATMA 2013 exam date will be announce soon.
ATMA 2013 Syllabus / Pattern:-
ATMA Test 2013 Contains 180 Questions spread over Six Sections. Each Section is timed separately. Total time for the Test is 3 hours. The questions cover Analytical Reasoning Skills, Quantitative Skills, and Verbal skills
Section - No. Of Questions - Allotted Time (Minutes)
a) Quantitative Skills – I - 35 Questions (Q1-35) - 35 Minutes
b) Verbal Skills – I - 30 Questions (Q36-65) - 30 Minutes
c) Analytical Reasoning Skills – I - 30 Questions (Q66-95) - 30 Minutes
d) Quantitative Skills – II - 25 Questions (Q96-120) - 25 Minutes
e) Analytical Reasoning Skills – II - 30 Questions (Q121-150) - 30 Minutes
f) Verbal Skills – II 30 Questions (Q151-180) - 30 Minutes.
Total:- 180 Questions
Total Time:- 180 Minutes.
ATMA 2013 Eligibility Criteria:-
The Minimum qualification required to attend the ATMA is graduation from nay recognized institute. There is no restriction in the required minimum marks or in the stream of study. The minimum age limit for taking the test is 21.
ATMA Preparation Tips / Techniques / Tricks:-
Understand the Test:- Understanding the format of the ATMA test can help you understand what to study and how hard to study each subject.
Find Your Weak Spots:- It is important to identify your weak spots and to focus on them while studying. Free online ATMA tests can be used to check your weaknesses, including specific subsections of each section.
Focus Your Studies:- Don't try to study everything on the ATMA test. Not only will this be too difficult to comprehend, it can cause you to worsen in other areas. The skills needed for quantitative understanding are much different than those for verbal. Mixing up these methods during your studying will only confuse you. Instead, spend a few weeks studying one section of the test at a time. Start with your weak spots and move on to the areas in which you are stronger. Don't neglect your stronger areas as you may not retain all the information in these areas. Study your weakest sections in the weeks just before the exam to keep the information fresh.
Study Time:- Divide your time wisely and study regularly.
Study Method:- Decide your own strategy, depending on your inclination, comprehension skills, personal aptitude and difficulty-level of the passage.
Reasoning section requires thorough practice of all types of questions. Since there are no fixed formulae to tackle them, the scores depend on how much you are familiar with questioning patterns.
Prepare thoroughly for Group discussions and interviews by taking help of your friends because just getting good marks in ATMA entrance is not enough to get admission in a good college through ATMA entrance exam.
Regular Practice:- Make it a point to take a couple of mock tests every week from now on.