On this special occasion of International Woman’s Day, as one of her fortunate students, I would like to take the opportunity to congratulate and celebrate a very special woman and her achievements in the field of Architecture and Academics, Dr. Anjali Krishnan Sharma.
National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is being conducted by COA since 2006, in terms of the provisions of CoA. By appearing for NATA one can apply for admissions in architecture seats in institutions spread across the country and can avoid appearing in multiple aptitude tests.
NATA 2018 is a national level entrance examination organized by Council of Architecture. NATA Participating Institutes 2018 are those institutes that offer admissions to the B.Arch. Courses to the qualifying candidates of NATA 2018 exam.
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.