The candidate should at least be a graduate from a recognised university, with the minimum age for appearing for the test set as 21 years. Students appearing for their final year examinations can also apply for the ATMA test.
The duration of the examination is three hours, with the paper consisting of six sections: analytical reasoning skills, verbal skills and quantitative skills, which are divided into six sections – two sections in each area. There would be total 180 questions, each section comprising of 30 questions.
Close of Distribution of ATMA Bulletins- February 18, 2015
Date of closure of Registration-February 20, 2015
Last date for reprint of filled-in application form- February 23, 2015
Downloading of Admit Cards- February 23, 2015
Paper Based test – March 1, 2015
Results – Around March 16, 2015