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AIMS conducts ATMA May 2014 Test for MBA, PGDM admission

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ATMA May 2014 Test for MBA, PGDM admission

The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), Hyderabad, invites applications for ATMA May 2014 entrance test for admission to management programmes, in its participating institutes across India.

The participating institutes number to over 107 across India. ATMA is a computer based multiple choice question type test.

ATMA entrance test will be conducted multiple times in a year.

ATMA Exam Pattern:

  • It is a computer based multiple choice question type exam. Each question will have 4 choices or options from which candidates have to choose 1 correct option.
  • The duration of ATMA is 180 minutes or 3 hours. There are 3 areas which are divided into six sections. This also means that each area will have 2 sections each.
  • The testing areas are Analytical Reasoning Skills, Verbal Skills and Quantitative Skills. Each section has 30 questions, making the total number of questions 180.
  • Each correct question will have 1 mark and for each wrong answer, there is negative marking scheme of 1/3 marks.

Eligibility:
Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree in any discipline from any of the recognised universities.

How to apply:
Candidates have to apply online.

Important Dates:

  • Issue of application form commences from 24th March 2014.
  • Last date for distribution of application form is 17th May 2014.
  • Last date for online registration is 19th May 2014.
  • Last date for reprint of completed application form is 20th May 2014.
  • ATMA 2014 exam would be held on 25th May 2014.

Contact Details:
Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS)
101, Rekha Deluxe Enclave Sangeetha Nagar,
Punjagutta, Hyderabad - 500082.
Ph No: 040 - 30619266.

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