NATA Exam Pattern 2017

National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA)

NATA Exam Pattern 2017

NATA Exam Pattern 2017NATA Exam Pattern 2017 - The Exam Pattern of NATA 2017 is decided by Council of Architecture. NATA 2017 exam pattern gives details about the total number of questions in the test paper, time allotted, nature of questions, sections-wise weightage given to each sections, etc. NATA 2017 paper is divided into 2 parts (a) Mathematics & General Aptitude Test (b) Drawing Test. NATA 2017, national level aptitude test, was conducted for a total time duration of 3 hours (180 minutes). For the year 2017, the exam was held on April 16, 2017. The exam was conducted in 1 day only, across different parts of India. To know more details about NATA 2017, read through the article below.

 

Important points about NATA Exam Pattern 2017

  • One part of NATA 2017 was Mathematics & General Aptitude test which comprised of multiple choice questions. It will be conducted in offline mode during the first half of the aptitude test for a time duration of 1 hour 30 minutes (90 minutes).

  • While in the second part, Drawing test was conducted in the later half of the exam for a time duration of 1 hour 30 minutes (90 minutes) in offline mode.

  • Candidates who will successfully clear NATA 2017, will be offered admission in Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) at various participating institutes of NATA 2017.

  • In Mathematics & General Aptitude Test, 2 marks will be awarded for each correct answer options, while 40 marks will be awarded for each correct response in Drawing Test.

  • Further, no negative marking will be awarded for each incorrect response, in both the parts of the question paper of NATA 2017.

Note: Wrong answer options will be penalised in case of tie-breaking.

 

What is tie-breaking?

The below-mentioned tie-breaking rules will be applicable for the candidates securing same overall marks in the aptitude test.

  1. More overall marks obtained in Mathematics test component.

  2. Less number of wrong answers attempted in Mathematics test component.

  3. More overall marks obtained in Mathematics test component attempted.

  4. Less wrong answer obtained in aptitude test components attempted.

  5. Earlier date of birth

 

 NATA 2017 Exam Pattern

S.No.

Part

Subject

Questions

Marks

Mode of Exam

Total Time Duration

1

Part I

Mathematics 

20

20 X 2Marks = 40

MCQ - OMR Based

First 90 minutes

 

2

Part I

General Aptitude

40

40 X 2Marks = 80

MCQ - OMR Based

3

Part II

Drawing Test

2

2 X 40Marks = 80

Paper & Pencil Based

Last 90 minutes

  

Total

 

200 marks

 

180 minutes (3 hours)

 

Candidates need to take the examination in two parts. The objective is to assess the aptitude of the candidate

(a) Mathematics & General Aptitude Test

(b) Drawing Test

 

NATA 2017 Mathematics & General Aptitude Test

  • It was OMR based (offline) test of first 1 hour 30 minutes (90 minutes), where candidates had to answer 20 questions from Mathematics and 40 questions from General Aptitude. 
  • There will be no negative marking.
  • Aspirants need to mark their response on OMR sheet using black/blue ball point pen only.

 

NATA 2017 Drawing Test

 

The drawing test had to be attempted for last 1 hour 30 minutes (90 minutes) where candidates were required to attempt a total number of 2 questions.

Each question had two sub-questions which were required to be attempted by using a paper and pencil.

The candidates will be judged on the following points:

 

(a) Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in visually appealing manner.

(b) Visualizing and drawing the effect of light on the object and shadows cast on surroundings.

(c) Sense of prospective drawing

(d) Combining and composing three-dimensional elements to form a building and structure form.

(e) Creating interesting two-dimensional composition using given shapes and forms.

(f) Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition

(g) Understanding of scale and proportions

(h) Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from days to day experiences.

 

Scoring Process

 

The drawing paper would be evaluated by a panel of three examiners independently and an average of marks is taken. In the multiple choice questions, the candidate scores on the basis of the number of correct answers that he/she gives.

 

Stay tuned to engineering.careers360.com for more news and updates on NATA 2017.

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