# ATMA Syllabus 2024

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ATMA is a national-level entrance test conducted by AIMS (Association of Indian Management School). Being conducted multiple times a year, the exam gives a good enough opportunity for aspirants to put in their best shot. In comparison to other entrance exams like CAT, XAT, etc., the level of difficulty posed by ATMA ranges from easy to moderate.
###### ATMA Syllabus
ATMA comprises three major sections: Analytical Reasoning, Verbal and Quantitative. There are a total of 180 questions to be solved in 180 minutes. This makes it obvious that it is mostly the test of your time management skills. In order to formulate your exam strategy, you need to be aware of the syllabus for ATMA. Though AIMS does not provide any specific syllabus for ATMA, here we have listed out the topics based on the exam pattern of recent years.
###### ATMA Syllabus for Analytical Reasoning Skills
Analytical Reasoning questions are based on the following topics:
• Linear/Matrix Arrangements/Ranking
• Number Series
• Inferences
• Statements - Assumptions
• Statements & Arguments
• Statements & Conclusion
• Analogy
• Odd one out
• Symboperations
• Coding & Decoding
• Blood Relations
• Directions
• Syllogisms
• Non-Verbal Reasoning
• Data Sufficiency
###### ATMA Syllabus for Verbal Skills
Most of the questions in the verbal section revolve around these topics:
• Vocabulary, Synonyms & Antonyms
• Paragraph Completion/One-word Substitution
• Sentence Rearrangement/Para Jumbles
• Verbal Reasoning
###### ATMA Syllabus for Quantitative Skills
The sections based on Quantitative skills tend to check your knowledge on the following topics:
• Number Systems/Arithmetic
• Percentages
• Ratio & Proportion
• Time, Speed & Distance
• Profit & Loss
• Algebra
• Time & Work
• Partnership
• Pipes & Cistern
• Geometry & Mensuration
• Permutation & Combination
• Probability
• Logarithm
• Quadratic & Linear Equation, Functions
• Data Interpretation: Line graph, Bar Graph & Pie Chart
Prepare the above-given topics well to get a good score in ATMA.
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