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What is NATA ?

It is an all India national test conducted by the Council of Architecture. The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the prospective student for Architecture.

The test is conducted in three parts

1. Drawing test   &   2. Mathematics  &  3.General Aptitude test

Event Date & Time
Publish of Information in the public domainFrom 15th December, 2016
Start of online form fill-up2.01.2017.
End of registration11.02.2017. (11:59 PM)
Image uploads allowed till12.02.2017. (11.59 PM)
Fee payment allowed till13.02.2017. (11:59 PM)
Confirmation page printing available till28.02.2017. (11:59 PM)
Candidate correction window (based on Council feedback and self-induced errors) along with upload of correct testimonials20.02.2017 (10:30 AM)

to

24.02.2017. (11:59 PM)

Publication of Downloadable Admit Card in www.nata.nic.in26.03.2017. (10:30 AM)
Date and Time of Examination16.04.2017. (11 AM to 2 PM)
Publication of Resultsby 10th June, 2017

OOPS !

You are too late.

The last date for applying for NATA was 13th February 2017

But you can still try for next year.

Nata exam timings and marks - 2017

DRAWING

This is a two hour paper where the candidate has to attempt three questions.

 

1. 2D Composition

2. 3D  Composition

3. Scene Drawing (Perspective Drawing)

 

The drawing aptitude is judged on the following aspects
• Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in a visually appealing manner
• Visualising and drawing the effects of light on the object and shadows cast on the surroundings
• Sense of perspective in drawing
• Combining and composing the given three dimensional elements to form a building or structural form
• Creating interesting two dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms
• Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition
• Understanding scale and proportions
• Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences

 

 

APTITUDE

In this test the candidate has to answer 40 multiple choice questions.

 

The aesthetic sensitivity test measures perception, imagination and observation, creativity and communication along with architectural awareness and comprises of the following.

 

1. Architectural Aptitude
2. History of Architecture
3. Pictures of popular Monuments and Buildings
4. Important terms in Architecture
5. Architects with their photos and their works
6. General Knowledge
7. Analytical Reasoning and Mental Ability 
8. Verbal Reasoning
9. Verbal analogy
10. Odd man out
11. Coding and De-coding
12. Direction Test
13. Sequence Test
14. Logo identification
15. Figure Matrix
16. Non-Verbal Reasoning
17. Series
18. Anaology
19. Classifications
20. Identical Figures
21. Odd Figures
22. Paper punching after folding
23. Folded Fidures(opening and closing)
24. elevations
25. counting surfaces 
26. counting figures
27. Mirror Images and Water Images

 

MATHEMATICS 

Basic intermediate mathematics

Visit MAD SCHOOL at any time between 10 AM to 5 PM (weekdays). You’ll be conducted a mock test and evaluated on spot and scores’ll be given.
Architecture is the study which deals with planning and designing of building and structures. To be successful in this field, you should not only have a good academic background in Physics and Mathematics but also a creative bent towards designing. Business aptitude, social awareness and legal knowledge are added advantages. Good mathematical ability is important as the work involves complex designing problems, building economies and cost estimations. Apart from being technically sound, good communication skills, willingness to work hard, physical stamina to work at the desk as well on the site, keen observation, vivid imagination, a high degree of concentration level, flexibility, patience, team spirit, responsibility and accountability are some other important traits of the profession. Computer literacy and knowledge of CADD are also required for writing specifications, two- and three-dimensional drafting, and financial management.

Careers related to architects

Here is the list of different areas architect works.

  1. Landscape architecture:
  2. Urban planner:
  3. Restoration architect
  4. Lighting architect
  5. Political architect
  6. Extreme architect
  7. Research architect
  8. Interior & Spatial designer
  9. Architectural technologist
  10. Interior designer
  11. Architecture designer
  12. Architecture engineer

There are many other areas an architect can work and build a career.

Event Date & Time
Publish of Information in the public domainFrom 15th December, 2016
Start of online form fill-up2.01.2017.
End of registration11.02.2017. (11:59 PM)
Image uploads allowed till12.02.2017. (11.59 PM)
Fee payment allowed till13.02.2017. (11:59 PM)
Confirmation page printing available till28.02.2017. (11:59 PM)
Candidate correction window (based on Council feedback and self-induced errors) along with upload of correct testimonials20.02.2017 (10:30 AM)

to

24.02.2017. (11:59 PM)

Publication of Downloadable Admit Card in www.nata.nic.in26.03.2017. (10:30 AM)
Date and Time of Examination16.04.2017. (11 AM to 2 PM)
Publication of Resultsby 10th June, 2017

OOPS !

You are too late.

The last date for applying for NATA was 13th February 2017

But you can still try for next year.

Nata exam timings and marks - 2017

DRAWING

This is a two hour paper where the candidate has to attempt three questions.

 

1. 2D Composition

2. 3D  Composition

3. Scene Drawing (Perspective Drawing)

 

The drawing aptitude is judged on the following aspects
• Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in a visually appealing manner
• Visualising and drawing the effects of light on the object and shadows cast on the surroundings
• Sense of perspective in drawing
• Combining and composing the given three dimensional elements to form a building or structural form
• Creating interesting two dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms
• Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition
• Understanding scale and proportions
• Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences

 

 

APTITUDE

In this test the candidate has to answer 40 multiple choice questions.

 

The aesthetic sensitivity test measures perception, imagination and observation, creativity and communication along with architectural awareness and comprises of the following.

 

1. Architectural Aptitude
2. History of Architecture
3. Pictures of popular Monuments and Buildings
4. Important terms in Architecture
5. Architects with their photos and their works
6. General Knowledge
7. Analytical Reasoning and Mental Ability 
8. Verbal Reasoning
9. Verbal analogy
10. Odd man out
11. Coding and De-coding
12. Direction Test
13. Sequence Test
14. Logo identification
15. Figure Matrix
16. Non-Verbal Reasoning
17. Series
18. Anaology
19. Classifications
20. Identical Figures
21. Odd Figures
22. Paper punching after folding
23. Folded Fidures(opening and closing)
24. elevations
25. counting surfaces 
26. counting figures
27. Mirror Images and Water Images

 

MATHEMATICS 

Basic intermediate mathematics

Visit MAD SCHOOL at any time between 10 AM to 5 PM (weekdays). You’ll be conducted a mock test and evaluated on spot and scores’ll be given.
Architecture is the study which deals with planning and designing of building and structures. To be successful in this field, you should not only have a good academic background in Physics and Mathematics but also a creative bent towards designing. Business aptitude, social awareness and legal knowledge are added advantages. Good mathematical ability is important as the work involves complex designing problems, building economies and cost estimations. Apart from being technically sound, good communication skills, willingness to work hard, physical stamina to work at the desk as well on the site, keen observation, vivid imagination, a high degree of concentration level, flexibility, patience, team spirit, responsibility and accountability are some other important traits of the profession. Computer literacy and knowledge of CADD are also required for writing specifications, two- and three-dimensional drafting, and financial management.

Careers related to architects

  1. Landscape architecture:
  2. Urban planner:
  3. Restoration architect
  4. Lighting architect
  5. Political architect
  6. Extreme architect
  7. Research architect
  8. Interior & Spatial designer
  9. Architectural technologist
  10. Interior designer
  11. Architecture designer
  12. Architecture engineer

Important tips

Time management is as important as the quality of work

Don’t forget to take a wrist watch to exam

Carry some rough papers to examination hall if allowed

Carry extra pencils to exam

Use quality pencils like Steadlers

Have enough sleep, the night before exam

 

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