Reporting and Use of ATMA Scores

Each candidate will receive her/his ATMA score in the following format



Roll No

Test Date


Date Month Year Score %
Score % Below Score % Below


% Below

Your Score has been sent to the following Institutes


Institute Code Name of the Institutes

12.2 Candidates can download their own score report from ATMA website after declaration of results for their reference.

12.3 ATMA score report for each candidate will contain four scores: viz quantitative, verbal, analytical and total. These scores are based on raw scores of each candidate and are statistically scaled with reference to the entire Test population. The first three scores measure different constructs and are neither comparable nor can be added to each other. Total scores range from 200 to 800. The scores can be easily interpreted, compared in each construct category and used for specific purposes. ATMA scores cannot be compared directly to other similar Test scores.

12.4 In addition to the scaled scores, the Score Report will also contain percent (%) below data. These indicate the percentage of candidates in the entire ATMA Testing population, who have scored below the candidate in that category. For example, if a candidate’s score sheet indicates 53%, it means that 53 percent of test candidates scored below her/him. Thus, the percentile score ranks an applicant to a management programme, in relation to other applicants, who have taken the Test.

12.5 ATMA scores in the Test taken on a particular date are valid to be used by the management Institutions for admissions in the next academic year only.

12.6 ATMA has so far been accepted by a number of Management Institutes, as one essential admission criterion in their post-graduate programmes in Management. Full addresses of these Institutions with code numbers and details of the programmes offered, are given in Annexure IV.

12.7 These Institutes have the exclusive authority to decide on admissions to their programmes. ATMA or AIMS has no role in their admission decisions. ATMA scores will be reported to the student as well as to the Institutions she/he designates in about a month after the Test date, for admissions in the next academic year.

12.8 Each candidate, besides her/his personal Score Report, can indicate three institutes with correct code numbers in the OMR application form (item no.11) from the list in Annexure IV, to which she/he wants ATMA scores to be sent without any additional charge.

12.9 For additional reporting of the Test score, the candidate should write to the ATMA Office in Hyderabad, directly indicating the institutions to which her/his scores should be sent, with a fee of Rs.50/- per Institution applied for. The ATMA Office will send these scores within a week of the receipt of the request. For additional reporting, fill in the form in Annexure - VIII and send it to the ATMA Office in Hyderabad, with the requisite fees. It is candidate’s responsibility to apply directly to the Institutes of her/his choice for admissions separately

12.10 The ATMA Office will only forward the scores to the Institutes, designated by the students. Students are expected to apply to the various Institutes for their Admission Bulletins and Application Forms, within the deadlines for admissions to each Institute.

  1. Filled-in Application Form should be sent only by ORDINARY POST, after affixing necessary postal stamps. Any other mode of sending the filled-in application (speed post, registered post, courier, etc.) is prohibited.
  2. Candidates are advised to keep a Xerox copy of the filled in OMR application form for their future reference
  3. No certificate or document should be sent along with the filled-in application
  4. Candidates can indicate THREE INSTITUTES to which she/he wants ATMA scores to be sent without any additional charge. For additional reporting of scores to more than three institutions, candidates are advised to read the instructions given under Section 12.9.
  5. For any inquiry, candidates may write / email to the ATMA office in Hyderabad, stating their Roll Number, Form Number and Test Date. Inquiries accompanied by a self-addressed stamped post card will elicit a quick reply
  6. If any misconduct or unfair practice by a candidate is detected, directly or indirectly by any of the several available means, the candidate's score will be cancelled.
  7. Remember the deadlines - see Annexure V.


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