Monday, July 15, 2019

How to crack NATA entrance exam 2019

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If you want to become an architect some day, you need to first join a five years Bachelors of Architecture programme. This degree provides you with a licence that allows you to design and construct buildings and announces you a professional architect. One cannot practice architecture without a degree of B Arch.

One has to go through NATA to get entrance in B Arch programme in Architecture colleges in India. It is a national level entrance exams conducted by COA and the NATA ranks are considered for admission in most of the Architecture colleges in India. Some of the Architecture colleges also consider JEE ranks. Any student who has completed his 10+2 with minimum 50% of marks with maths as a compulsory subject is eligible to apply. Read more to know more about NATA.

The NATA entrance examination- Student has to, first of all, fill online application forms after online registration. For NATA 2019 the application procedure started from the month of January and it lasted till the month of June. Within two weeks after registration and application the candidate gets the admit card, examination dates and the venues. The mode of the NATA exam is both offline and online. NATA is a three hours long exam and is divided into two parts. The first part consists of multiple choice questions in Maths and General Aptitude while the second part is an offline one which carries two drawing based questions.

How to prepare for NATA - Before you start preparation for NATA entrance exam, you need to first understand the syllabus and the pattern of the exam. The first part of the NATA exam, for which candidates are given one hour, carry maths and general aptitude based MCQs. For the preparation of maths section you need to go through Algebra, Trigonometry, Logarithm, Calculus, Matrices, Geometry and Permutation and combination while for general aptitude section you need to learn about Pictorial, Visualisation, Analytical reasoning, Mental ability, etc. You can find study material easily available in market in case you are planning for self study. However it is advisable that you join some coaching centre for the preparation to the cover the syllabus thoroughly. In case you have not enough time is left for such coaching programmes, you can also join a short term crash course. Coaching centres like BRDS offer even 10 days brush-up courses to polish your skills before the NATA exams. Visit website to learn more about the different courses that BRDS offers for NATA exams preparation.

The second section of the exam for which students are given two hours is tougher in the mentioned two. This part consists of drawing related questions like form transformation from 2D to 3D, understanding the scale and proportion, conceptualisation and visualisation, Plan generation, perspective drawing, sketches of landscape and day to day objects from memory and more. This section of paper is an offline one and drawing sheets are given to the candidates for this paper. It needs lots of practice and for this part students need expert guidance. Joining a coaching centre is your best option if you want to excel in this part of exam. BRDS coaching centres has professionals from fashion industry, architecture, animation, etc. that train the candidates for NATA entrance exam. Visit here to learn about the coaching centres that offers best NATA coaching programmes in affordable fees.



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