What is ATMA?

AIMS Test for Management Admissions or ATMA is a national-level exam conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) for admission to MBA, PGDM, MCA and PGDBA courses. The test aims to assess the aptitude of candidates which is necessary for higher management studies. It is a Computer-based exam.

ATMA Exam Dates



ATMA applications out


Last date of fee payment


ATMA registrations end


ATMA admit card download begins


Last date of printing application form


ATMA exam (May)


ATMA result


Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidates applying for ATMA exam should be a citizen of India
  • Any graduate with a minimum of 50% aggregate or equivalent CGPA, from a recognised university, is eligible to apply
  • Candidates who are in their final year of graduation can apply provisionally
  • There is no age limit

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ATMA Application Fees


Amount (in Rs)


1,298 (inclusive of GST)



Candidates belonging to North-Eastern states of India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura)


Banner_Managment ATMA Exam Pattern

Number of MBA colleges under the Exam


Number of Sections


Name of Sections

1.    Analytical Reasoning Skills Part 1

2.    Verbal Skills Part 1

3.    Quantitative Skills Part 1

4.    Analytical Reasoning Skills Part 2

5.    Verbal Skills Part 2

6.    Quantitative Skills Part 2

Total Questions in Exam


Type of Questions

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

Marking Scheme

+1 mark for each correct answer

-0.25 mark for each wrong answer

Exam Duration

2 Hours and 30 minutes

ATMA official website: http://www.atmaaims.com/

ATMA 2020 Application Process

Step 1: Go to the official website

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Step 2: Enter your email id and Mobile Number

Step 3: Fill your details and press Submit

Step 4: Fill the Application Form

Step 5: Upload Photo & Signature

Step 6: Submit the Form

Step 7: Pay the Fees by using Debit Card/ Credit Card

Additional Info:

  • Candidates have the liberty to choose an exam centre for themselves.
  • Candidates must select two centres so that it becomes easier for AIMS to allocate centres as per the student’s choice.
  • Once the centre is allocated, students can only request change under genuine situations, at least five days prior to the exam date.

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