How to prepare for NATA 2020 during COVID-19
How to prepare for NATA 2020 during COVID-19 - Council of Architecture conducts National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) for admission into B.Arch courses offered by recognised institutes of the country. With India under a lockdown till May 3 due to the outbreak of COVID-19, many questions have been raised by the NATA aspirants on the correct strategy to prepare for an exam by staying at home. The first attempt of NATA 2020 which was scheduled to be held on April 19, 2020 has been postponed. Candidates in this article are provided with some of the tips on how to prepare for NATA during COVID 19. These tips will also help candidates to prepare effectively for the NATA second attempt, scheduled to be held on May 31.
Latest: NATA 2020 application form is available for second attempt. NATA 2020 for the first attempt is postponed.
NATA 2020 application process for the first attempt has already been concluded. However, the application form for the second attempt is still available.
How to prepare for NATA during COVID-19?
Make a study plan
Make a study plan as per the syllabus. It should consist of all the topics and should be prepared in such a way that equal focus has been given to each subject. It should be noted that the candidates should not skip any topic. Lastly, stick to your plan.
Solve mock tests
One of the success mantras for cracking NATA is solving mock tests at regular intervals. Practicing NATA 2020 mock tests will enable candidates to understand the type of questions that will be asked in the exam. Apart from understanding the pattern of the question paper, candidates will also be able to learn to manage time. Time management is one of the most important factors that plays a vital role in securing good marks. It has been observed that inability to attempt all the questions is one of the common reasons for unsatisfactory results.
Focus on weak areas
NATA is round a corner. At this point of time, aspirants must have studied all the topics that are mentioned in the NATA 2020 syllabus. Now, it's time to focus on the topics that you find difficult to understand. Know your strengths and weaknesses and start focusing more on your weak areas. This will help in boosting the confidence level, resulting in better preparation.
Use internet to solve doubts
We live in the era of technology. So, why not use this technology to resolve doubts while preparing for an exam? Candidates are advised to use an internet whenever they face any difficulty while solving any question. Not only this, candidates can also connect with their teachers online in case of any query.
Take proper revision
Doing proper and regular revision is an important part in cracking NATA 2020. Regular revision helps to keep topics fresh in mind and also helps to memorize the concepts and formulas strongly. It is advisable to make short notes. Using these notes, candidates can revise important concepts and formulas anytime.
Take care of your health
Taking care of your own health is extremely important. Do not take much stress, eat healthy and stay at home. Falling sick at this time will significantly affect the preparation level. You just have to believe in yourself and give your best shot!!
Questions related to NATA
is nata must for b planning course
Only a handful of government colleges offer seats in B.arch and B.plan seats through the marks in JEE mains paper 2.
If you appear for NATA, your chances of getting a seat in good government colleges for B arch and B.plan increases.
So you must appear for NATA to get a seat.
Also, most of the private colleges take admission on the basis of either JEE mains paper 2 or NATA score
The first attempt of NATA 2020 will be conducted on August 1st 2020 and the second attempt will be conducted on August 29, 2020. The best score out of both would be considered for admission.
For more details about NATA please visit this link https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/nata&ved=2ahUKEwjajfDD5cDqAhUcyzgGHf5fA8oQFjAhegQIBxAB&usg=AOvVaw0kN82-vbSXFmbxZVoYVHpy
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Is cet required for admission or is jee and nata sufficient?
To get into Architecture, JEE and NATA is sufficient. CET and JEE MAINS (AND JEE ADVANCE) are the exams needed to get into Engineering courses. Through cet you can get into pharmacy and Pharma D courses also.
Refer to the website below for more detailed information..
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list of government funded architecture college use NATA scores
Here's a list for government colleges through NATA
- Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara
- Andhra University College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam
- Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra
- Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Delhi
- Dr MGR Educational and Research Institute, Chennai
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Since JEE & NEET exams are postponed,will NATA 2020 also get postponed?
As of now your NATA 2020 examination has been scheduled to be conducted on 1st August and nothing can said about its postponement as there's no information of its postponement officially
But yes ,.
Now that ,NEET and JEE examination has been postponed due to increase in covid-19, chances are there that your NATA examination may gets postponed too but nothing can be said with surety
If it gets postponed then a notification will be released officially , till then you should focus and concentrate on your NATA preparation
is there any other chance of attending nata second time this year
National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is a national level entrance exam. Through this exam, admission will be offered for Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch). The exam is conducted two times in a year. The exam date for the first session is 1st august 2020. The exam date for the second session is 29th august 2020. For further details about NATA 2020 click the link below
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