ATMA 2018 Result will be announced soon by AIMS, as per the latest update provided by the exam conducting authority. The AIMS ATMA Result 2018 will be made available online on the official website of the test i.e. www.atmaaims.com today. Candidates who have appeared for the ATMA Exam on 25th February can login to their account to download the ATMA MBA Exam Result online.
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To help candidates understand and analyse their ATMA Result 2018 properly, we have provided all the important details and information about it below. Candidates can go through the article to understand the different aspects related to AIMS ATMA Result 2018.
The first thing that candidates must know and understand as far as ATMA 2018 Result is concerned is the steps to check the result online on the official website. Below, we have given the step-by-step information to download the ATMA result scorecard online. Candidates can follow these steps to download the AIMS ATMA Result easily.
ATMA 2018 Scorecard that you download from the official website i.e. www.atmaaims.com will contain crucial personal information along with your score. Therefore, you need to check the ATMA 2018 scorecard properly and cross-verify all the details given in the scorecard. Candidates must check all the following details on the ATMA Result scorecard 2018.
ATMA score calculation process is another important aspect that candidates must keep in mind while evaluating their ATMA Scorecard and percentile. The AIMS exam paper evaluation team follows the below given guidelines or marking scheme:
Scaled Scores: On the basis of above given marking scheme, raw scores for each of the candidates are derived and then they are statistically scaled with reference to the total number of test takers. The final scaled scores will be listed on the ATMA 2018 scorecard.
Percentile: Apart from the scaled ATMA score, the ATMA 2018 scorecard will also contain percentile of the candidate. Percentile is an indicator or the percentage of candidates who are below the candidate from the total test-taker population. For instance, if a candidate scores 95.98 percentile, it means that of the 95.98% of the total number of test takers scored below or got less marks than the candidate.
ATMA 2018 is an MBA entrance exam test and it enables you to seek admission to MBA programmes at over 200+ MBA colleges in India. So, post declaration of ATMA 2018 Result, the score / percentile of the candidate is sent to five B-schools chosen by the candidate during the ATMA 2018 online registration / application process for consideration for admission. All the participating institutes or B-schools that accept ATMA 2018 score have the right to decide their own admission criteria and on the basis of that, candidates are called in for further screening rounds for the final admission to MBA programmes. Candidates who want to send their ATMA 2018 scores to more than 5 B-schools have the option to do so by writing to ATMA office and paying a fee of Rs 150/- per additional MBA College applied for.
ATMA 2018 Cut-offs are decided by the participating institutes or B-schools accepting ATMA 2018 score for MBA admission. ATMA Cutoffs are the minimum score or qualifying marks that a candidate must score to be shortlisted by the participating B-schools for further screening rounds. Generally, MBA colleges release the ATMA Cut-offs for post the announcement of ATMA Result. Candidates who score equal or more than the ATMA 2018 cut-offs for a particular B-school are then called in for Interview and GD rounds for the final selection. Generally, the ATMA 2018 cut-offs range between 70 to 150.