Given below are NATA Frequently Asked Questions ( NATA 2014 FAQs). Read all these questions to clear your doubts. If you find that any of the questions are missing, please feel free to comment. We will update this page.
What is NATA?
The national aptitude test in architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e. Architecture.
Who should take NATA?
Prospective applicants desirous of taking admission to First year of undergraduate course in Architecture (Bachelor of Architecture) in India.
Where to appear for NATA?
At designated Test Centres located at centres/colleges / schools of architecture in India. Updated list of Test centres is available at the website http://www.nata.in
When to appear for NATA?
Check NATA website for details.
How to register for NATA?
How to appear for NATA?
Report to the test centre at least 30 minutes before scheduled time of test with Receipt cum Appointment voucher, valid photo ID and drawing material required for the test. Test Centre personnel will guide you regarding the further process.
When & where is thescore card available?
The score cards will be available on NATA website in e-format, usually, on the fourth working day after the test.
What is the passing score at NATA?
As per Council of Architecture admission guidelines, a candidate applying to any school / college of architecture in India should have achieved 40% score in NATA, i.e. at least 80/200, for consideration of admission into first year B.Arch.
Where can a candidate seek admission on the basis of NATA?
A candidate may apply for admission to any of the participating institutions as per the time schedule specified by the respective appropriate admission authority, along with all the documents desired by