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Through this blog, we are trying to critically analyse the paper of NATA 2017 to help students to get an idea of how to prepare for NATA the coming year. There were a total of 60 questions(General Aptitude – MCQ type) + 2 drawing questions. The paper totaled to 200 marks.
To strategize how to prepare for NATA in 3 months, one can time the course in a way that enough practice happens for each part.
NATA 2018 is an offline, i.e. pen and paper based entrance exam conducted by the Council of Architecture (CoA) to evaluate and test students seeking admission to various Architecture colleges.
The registration process starts on 1st Dec 2017 and goes on till 1st January 2018. JEE Mains (B.Arch) is conducted by the CBSE for all government colleges and state-funded universities. This year i.e. 2018, the exam will be held on 8th April.
Get all the information about JEE Main B.Arch Eligibility Criteria, Examination Pattern & Syllabus.
The Theory section of the JEE Mains Paper 2 for B. Arch consists of 15 odd questions which broadly test the candidate for their knowledge-base.
The pattern of the JEE BARCH paper 2017 was the same as what it has been all these years. The paper 2 was based on mathematics, analytical reasoning and drawing.
JEE MAINS (BARCH) is conducted by the CBSE for all government colleges and state funded universities. It is usually held in the first week of April.
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