How to prepare for NATA in 1 Month
How to prepare for NATA in 1 Month- NATA is round a corner and most of the aspirants have already started revision. But there are some students who have not yet completed their NATA 2020 preparation. Since very less time is left for the NATA 2020 entrance examination, it is important for aspirants to ensure that they cover the entire syllabus and start revising the concepts and formulas. Careers360 presents some of the important points on how to prepare for NATA in 1 month. Following these points, candidates can make an effective preparation strategy to secure a high score. Read the complete article to know the ways to prepare for NATA in 1 month.
Latest: NATA 2020 first test will be held on August 1 while the second test will be held on August 29. The authorities will also re-open the NATA registration for both tests along with the correction window soon.
NATA is conducted by the Council of Architecture for admission into the B.Arch courses. The exam consists of two parts, Part A conducted in offline mode whereas Part B is conducted in computer- based test. The authorities allow candidates to appear for two attempts.
How to prepare for NATA in 1 month?
Candidates looking for ways to prepare for the NATA 2020 in 1 month are advised to start preparing for the exam as soon as possible. Below are some of the important points they should remember while preparing.
Complete your Syllabus
It is important to complete the syllabus as soon as possible. NATA 2020 syllabus consists of all the topics that must be covered by the candidates while preparing for the entrance exam. Along with the syllabus, candidates are also advised to go through the exam pattern of NATA 2020. This will help them to know about the exam such as duration, mode, type of questions, and more. Having an understanding of the exam pattern enables candidates to prepare in a much better way.
Revision plays a crucial role in the preparation of any entrance examination. It helps to recollect all the formulas, concepts, and theories asked in the exam. Even if a candidate has covered each topic menti1d in the syllabus, it is essential to revise them at a regular basis. This keeps them fresh in mind. Also, focus more on the topics you find difficulty in remembering.
Solve mock tests
The last 1 month of the exam should be dedicated to the mock tests or sample papers. NATA 2020 mock tests allow candidates to have an insight on the exam. The mock tests are prepared in the same format in which the actual question paper is prepared. Also, using the mock tests, candidates will get to know their preparation level, their strong and weak areas. The candidates can work on their weak areas. The focus should be on strengthening the weak areas in this last 1 month. Candidates are advised to attempt as many mock tests as possible.
Focus towards time, speed, and accuracy
The key factors to crack the examination include time, speed, and accuracy. Candidates should know how to manage all these three factors at the same time. Many times, candidates fail to attempt all the questions. This is due to lack of time management. Therefore, while preparing for the exam, candidates should focus on understanding time management while attempting questions accurately.
NATA 2020 Important Books
There are many books available for NATA aspirants to improve their knowledge and understanding of topics. Some of the best books for NATA 2020 are given in the table below.
NATA 2020 Recommended Books
A Complete Self Study Guide for B.Arch by P. K. Mishra
B.Arch Entrance Examination Guide by Surendra Kavimandan
NATA & B.Arch complete self study material: entrance examination by Ar. Shadan Usmani
Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Book- R.S. Agarwal
Questions related to NATA
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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Not filled NATA and JEE for B Arch Is there any way to go for B Arch
To get admission into b.arch programs in India, NATA is a prerequisite and in some colleges JEE mains paper 2 marks are also considered. But as you have not appeared for both JEE mains paper 2 and NATA, you can get admission into some colleges for b.arch through management quota seats.
Here's a list of some of them
- Bharati Vidyapith College of Architecture, Pune
- BMS College Bangalore
- PES University Bangalore
- R. V College of Architecture, Bangalore
- Dr D Y Patil College of Architecture, Maharashtra
hi... if I have not written NATA or JEE exams can I get admission for b. arch in KLE institute of technology dharwad?and what will be the fees?
You need to appear for any one entrance exam to get admission in KLE Institute of Technology. If you haven't appeared for JEE Main or NATA, you should have applied for COMEDK or KCET. These are two state-level entrance exams accepted by this college. If you get within the cut-off rank, you can get admission there. The fees is Rs. 2.85 lakh approximately.
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