Tips to Prepare for NATA 2020

 

Tips to Prepare for NATA 2020

 

National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is a national level entrance exam conducted by Council of Architecture, New Delhi every year. Most of the state and central level universities accept NATA score for admissions into their architecture courses. NATA 2020 will be conducted in two sessions, which are scheduled on 19th April 2019 and 31st May 2020.

 

 

NATA 220 Preparation Tips

1) Candidates need to get a thorough idea about the NATA entrance examination and what is it all about.

2) Candidates need to go through the NATA 2019 syllabus and make a suitable preparation schedule.

3) List out the important topics and avoid touching the unnecessary stuff.

4) Find a peaceful space to study and keep all the electronic gadgets like mobiles, tabs, laptops & other stuff which can cause distractions away.

5) Candidates need to practice daily the drawing. It helps the candidate in fast visualizations and imaginations. Practice drawing on the computer as well to be comfortable with a mouse or touchpad.

6) Allocate time for every topic whether it is Paper – I or Paper-II.

7) Candidates are advised to practice previous papers which can help them in time management.

8) Candidates can find mock test paper as it will help the candidate to get the idea about the structure of the question paper and the type of questions to be asked in the exam.

9) By repeated practice candidate can acquire quick thinking and can manage the time given efficiently.

10) Never waste the time on a single question and move on to the next question.

11) Paper - I cover many topics such as Architectural Awareness, Logical Reasoning, Imaginative Comprehension and Expression, Creativity, Imagination, Observation, etc.

12) Paper-II mainly focuses on testing the technical and deep knowledge of sketching like effects of light and shadows, knowledge of scales and idea about proportion, etc.

13) Candidate must start the drawing practice in steps i.e. with simple structures to complex structures.

14) Candidate must have good perception with excellent creative and imaginative thinking with innovative ideas.

15) Candidates must be updated regarding architecture and learn about the national and international architectures of prominence.

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