ATMA 2018 Exam Analysis - Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), the conducting body, will conduct the AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) on December 23, 2018. The entrance test is conducted four to five times a year; following the ATMA December exam, there are four more exams in the month of February, May, June and July. ATMA 2018 is conducted for admission to post graduate management level programmes such as MBA, MCA and PGDM among others. Currently the registrations have not yet commenced for the ATMA December exam, however, the conducting body has released its last date of registration i.e. December 17, 2018. And from December 20, 2018, onwards candidates will be able to download the ATMA 2018 admit card from the official website.
The ATMA 2018 exam analysis will be done right after the exam is conducted on December 23, 2018. The analysis of ATMA exam is done in order to offer understanding of the exam pattern, how the exam is conducted and to check the past few years exam trends. All these aspects play a vital role when preparing for the national level management entrance exam.
For now aspirants can go through the previous year analysis of ATMA exam, since the ATMA December exam is yet to be conducted.
Note - ATMA 2018 exam analysis will be updated soon after the exam is held. The article is for reference purpose for future ATMA aspirants.
The overall structure of the ATMA January 2018 exam was similar to that of previous year; there were no such major changes in the exam pattern. The exam comprised six sections, each with 30 questions. Each section had a time limit of 30 minutes; candidates could not switch to other sections during the time allocated for a particular section. The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderately difficult. The best way to maximise overall score were to select questions judiciously. Every year although the difficulty level and exam pattern does not change much, candidates are recommended to practise previous year question papers and attempt maximum questions correctly.
The ATMA February exam was held on February 25, 2018 in a computer-based format. The question paper and exam structure of the paper remained as per the trend we have observed so far. The overall difficulty level of the ATMA February was moderate. Sections like Analytical Reasoning were easy to moderate, while Quantitative Skills was Moderate and Verbal Skills was easy to moderate. ATMA February exam was dominated by topics such as Arithmetic, Numbers and Fill in the Blanks.
For now, candidates can refer to previous ATMA exam analysis to aid their exam preparation. The exam analysis will be done after the exam is conducted.
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