ATMA Result 2021 May Session: The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) will announce the result of the AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) tomorrow on 5th May 2021. Those who appeared for the entrance test can check their result in online mode. The authorities will declare the result at atmaaims.com. The ATMA result will be available in the form of a scorecard.
Candidates can check the ATMA result for the May session by using their login credentials - PID and password. The AIMS ATMA result will include details of the candidate, marks and overall percentile. The ATMA April session 2021 was conducted as an AI and live human proctored home-based online test on 25th April.
ATMA Result 2021 May Session - Direct Link (Available Soon)
How to check ATMA Result 2021 For May Session?
Candidates who appeared for the exam will be able to download the ATMA exam scorecard. The result will be released only in online mode. They can check the result of ATMA 2021 for May session by following the steps provided below -
- Step 1 - Go to the official website of AIMS ATMA - atmaaims.com.
- Step 2 - Find and click the “Candidate Login” link at the top right corner of the homepage.
- Step 3 - Select the exam - 30th May 2021 and enter the login credentials like PID and Password.
- Step 4 - ATMA result 2021 for May session will be displayed on the screen.
- Step 5 - Download and take a printout of the result for future reference.
The May session result of the AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) will include the following details - candidate's name and roll number, overall score, sectional score, exam date, scaled score and result validation key.
What After the Declaration of ATMA May Session Result 2021?
After the declaration of the ATMA 2021 result for the May session, the colleges accepting the ATMA score will determine the cut-off. All the shortlisted candidates will be eligible to participate for the further selection procedure. Also, the selection criteria and procedure will be different for different MBA colleges. However, the selection procedure mainly includes a written ability test (WAT), group discussion (GD), and personal interview (PI).