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NATA Mock Test 2019 - Candidates who are planning to sit in the national-level exam can take the mock test of NATA 2019, which is administered by the Council of Architecture. NATA 2019 mock test is a simulation of the real exam, so the structure and pattern are the same. The NATA 2019 mock test will help the candidate to understand the functionalities of the exam, topic-wise weightage, a number of questions asked, and even marking scheme. To take the mock test, NATA applicants don’t need any unique login ID, but simply need to follow the test link that will be given here. If candidates would like to practise using last year’s mock test, they can do that as the test is still live. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of NATA mock test 2019.
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Availability of NATA Mock Test
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NATA 2019 Exam
April 14, 2019 (First Attempt)
July 7, 2019 (Second Attempt)
How to take NATA 2019 Mock Test
To access the NATA mock test page - Click Here
On the login page, click on Sign In button. Note no unique login details is required, as the details would be entered by default
Upon successful sign in, the candidate will be able to take the mock test.
NATA 2019 mock test login page would look like this:
Salient features of NATA 2019 Mock Test
The mock test of NATA 2019, as the name suggest, is not the actual test but only a simulation of the real thing. The mock test is designed to ensure the candidate is well prepared for NATA 2019 exam and is familiar with its functioning.
The color palette could be found on the top right corner of the screen. An unique element of the NATA mock test, it uses different color codes to indicate the status of a question. For example, unanswered questions are shown in red. Check the table below for full details.
Question palette of NATA 2019 Mock Test and Status of Questions
Status of question
The question hasn’t been visited yet
You have not answered the question
You have answered the question
You have NOT answered the question, but have marked it for review
Purple with a green circle
You have answered the question but marked it for review.
Purble with a tick mark
The question is marked it for review.
To navigate to a question, the candidate has to:
Click on the question number in the Question Palette for direct navigation. Please note that selecting this option won’t save the answer of the current question.
The other option is to click on Save & Next. This will save the answer for the current question
The candidate may also click on Mark for Review & Next. if they are unsure about the answer to the current question.
To navigate between section, simply click on the section name. The different sections of the question paper will be displayed on the top bar of the screen.
Answering a Question
Simply click on the answer option you have picked
The answer can also be deselected, by clicking on the chosen option again or by clicking on Clear Response button
To change the option, the candidate has to click on another option
The candidate can save selected option by clicking on Save & Next button
If the candidate desires to review the question afterwards, select Mark for Review & Next button.
Structure of the exam
The mock test will also give the candidate a gist of the exam pattern of NATA 2019. The candidate may go through this bit of information and decide how to go about attempting the exam. The question paper of NATA 2019 will consist of two parts - Part A (objective type) and Part B (drawing test). The duration of the test is 180 minutes.
Structure of NATA Exam
Distribution of Marks
Mathematics (20 Questions)
20 x 2
General Aptitude (40 Questions)
40 x 2
Drawing (2 Questions)
2 x 40
Types of questions asked
Questions asked in NATA mock test are typical of the same difficulty level as in the main exam and also covers the same syllabus. So, taking the mock test the candidate will be able to access their preparation and figure out weak areas. Additionally, the candidate will also learn how to pace the exam.