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NATA 2018 Syllabus

The NATA Test shall consist of 2 papers(Part A and Part B) and the duration will be 3 hours.

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ONLINE TEST

Test 1

Aesthetic Sensitivity – 100 marks
Duration of test - 1 Hour

Aesthetic Sensitivity is to evaluate candidate’s perception, imagination and observation;creativity and communication; and Architectural awareness. The test shall be of objective type and comprise of topics related to,

1) Visualising three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings.
2) Visualising different sides of three dimensional object.
3) Analytical Reasoning.
4) Mental Ability.
5) Imaginative comprehension and expression.
6) Architectural awareness.

PAPER BASED DRAWING TEST


(50 marks +25 marks+25 marks = Total of 100 marks)

Test – II

Drawing - 100 marks
Duration of test – Two hours.

The Drawing aptitude of the candidate shall be judged on the following aspects:

1) Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in visually appealing manner.
2) Visualising and drawing the effects of light on the object and shadows cast on the surroundings.
3) Sense of perspective drawing.
4) Creating interesting two dimensional composition using given shapes or forms.
5) Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition.
6) Understanding of scale and sense of proportion
7) Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on theme from day to day experiences.

The Scoring Process

Drawing Section

  • » The primary emphasis in scoring the drawing section is on the candidate’s drawing, imagination and observation skills. The candidate’s sense of proportion & perspective is also evaluated together with sense for colour and composition.
Aesthetic Sensitivity Section
  • » The candidate’s score will depend on his / her performance on the questions given and on the number of questions answered in the time allotted.

  • » This section is computer adaptive, meaning that the computer selects questions based on the candidate’s performance on preceding questions (When correct answer is given, next question will be of higher difficulty level whereas, if wrong answer is given next question is of lower difficulty level) and on the requirements of the test design. Test design factors that influence which questions are presented to the candidate include:

  • » The statistical characteristics (including difficulty level) of the questions already answered
  • The required variety of question types.
  • The appropriate coverage of content.
  • The final score depends on average difficulty level of all questions and of those questions answered correctly. E.g. person with correct answer for less number of questions of higher difficulty level may score higher marks than someone who answers more number of questions correctly but of lower difficulty level.
  • Average time allotted to answer the question is 90 seconds and the countdown begins 30 seconds before the time ends, however, for certain questions depending upon their difficulty level, time allotted to provide the answer may be reduced to 60 seconds or may be extended to 120 seconds.
  • There is no Negative marking in this test.

NATA RESULTS:

The score cards will be available on NATA website in e-format. Usually, the score cards will be posted on the website on the fourth working day after the test.

The candidate, after fourth day may check his score directly from website giving his / her candidate ID. However, print out of such score card will be only for reference and information. Candidate, however, shall use print out of this score card while applying for the admission. Original score card will be retrieved by the admission authority directly from NATA server.

NOTE: Occasionally, delays in processing may occur. Some scores will not be available on the dates specified. Please check again. Only if the score card is still not seen after 7 days, we suggest the candidate to write to admin.nata@gmail.com quoting his/ her candidate ID.

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    • » PLC Wishes all the +2 & 10th Students - All the Best for your Exams!!!

  • NATA 2017

    • » This Year NATA Will Be Conducted As a One Day Paper Based Examination All Over the Country

    • » NATA Exam on 16-April-2017(Sunday)

    • » NATA Registration Started 2-JAN-17

    • » Last Date to Register for NATA is 11-FEB-2017

  • NATA 2017 EXAM PATTERN

    • » NATA Exam is for 200 Marks

    • » SECTION 1 - Mathematics - 20 MCQ'S - 40 Marks

    • » SECTION 2 - General Aptitude - 40 MCQ'S - 80 Marks

    • » SECTION 3 - Drawing - 2 Qns - 80 Marks

  • NATA 2017 SECTIONAL TIMINGS

    • » NATA Exam Duration : 3 Hours

    • » Maths, General Aptitude : First 90 Mins

    • » Drawings : Last 90 Mins

  • » Call & Register: 90032 40363 / 90032 40563

    » Enrollment going on for New Batches for Regular Course

    » Admission Started – Weekend Batches for Classes 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th

    » Online Study Material Available

    » Unique - Online Mock Test Series Available

Important Dates

    • NATA Course Begins on 4th April 2017

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    » T-Nagar

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    » Vellore

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    • NATA 2017

    » +2Exam_Time_Table_2017

    » NATA Online Registration Started : 2-JAN-2017

    » Last Date to Register for NATA : 11-FEB-2017

    » NATA Exam : 16-APR-2017 (SUNDAY)

    » Download Admit Card From : 26-MAR-2017

    » NATA Result : 10-JUN-2017

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