ATMA 2020 Percentile Predictor will help candidates aiming to appear for the exam on May 24, 2020. For the ease of aspirants Collegedunia has developed a percentile predictor tool to estimate candidates percentile and colleges accepting the score. Based on three parameters the percentile will be calculated: Total number of candidates appeared for the session, performance of candidates compared to others and difficulty level of the question paper. Candidates need to get a clear idea on the number of correct responses they have marked and expected score to rightly predict their percentile.
How to Use ATMA 2020 Percentile Predictor?
By following a few simple steps, candidates can use ATMA rank predictor curated by Collegedunia before ATMA Result is announced.
Step 1: Create a Login Account
The first step is to create an account on Collegedunia web portal by using valid email id, contact number and name. Aspirants who already have an account on the website just need to use their existing credentials to login. This is a necessary step to use percentile predictor and quite easy as well.
Step 2: Enter Expected Marks and Cutoff Category
When done with basic registration, a new window will appear where candidates have to mention further details like:
Expected Scores: Candidates have to mention their expected scaled score.
Gender: From male, female and other options select your gender category.
Cutoff Category: As several colleges accepting ATMA scores release separate cutoff based on reservation category, candidates have to mention which category they belong to.
State of Domicile: Percentile predictor has an additional feature to display colleges as per city and state for candidates to filtr their preference further. Hence select domicile state to which you belong.
Step 3: Predict your Rank
Once done with filling up the details, click on ‘Predict Percentile’. Candidates will see a new window displaying their estimated percentile.
Example to Use ATMA Percentile Predictor
Let’s assume a candidate named Preeti is General candidate from Delhi-NCR. Her ATMA percentile predictor window will appear like this:
Use Filters for Specific Results
ATMA percentile predictor provide certain filters for candidates to refine their results on the basis of streams and colleges located in different cities.
Substream: There are various streams in which candidates can do their specialisation. Like finance, HR, marketing and so on. Thus sorting out colleges as per stream you are interested in will help you find the right institute.
State/ City: Candidates can filter colleges located in specific state and city as per their preference.
Degree Type: There will be two types of degree made available to the candidates to choose from: MBA and MMS. Candidates can specify colleges based on type of degree they want to pursue.