The Nata 2022 Admission Card for Phase 3 Exam will be posted on the official website – https://www.nata.in/. Candidates can upload their NATA Admission Cards online through Candidate Login using their ID and password.
The candidate should upload the electronic copy of the admission card from the website and should come to the exam with a hard copy printed at the relevant examination center indicated in the uploaded admission card, together with a Original Photo ID – Voter ID/Pan Card/Aadhar Card/Driver’s License.
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Applicants should ensure that the photograph and signature printed on the admission card are not mutilated/deformed/soiled even by accident. Applicants with such mutilated/deformed/soiled admission cards will not be permitted to appear in NATA-2022.
Registration for Phase 3 exams started in July and the last date to upload images and for payment was July 27, 2022.
Unlike any other entrance exam, NATA is an aptitude test that assesses a candidate’s innate ability through a variety of test formats and cannot be taught, learned or induced.
NATA measures the candidate’s aptitude for a specific field of study, namely architecture, through the assessment of cognitive skills, visual perception and aesthetic sensitivity testing, logical reasoning and critical thinking ability, etc. ., in addition to the learning that the candidate has acquired over the past few years and is related to the specific field of study.
The NATA Aptitude Test consists of Multiple Choice Type (MCQ), Multiple Selection Type (MSQ), Preferential Choice Type (PCQ) and Numerical Response Type (NAQ) questions and corresponds to the following type (MFQ).
The exam will take place on July 7, 2022 in two sessions – Session 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Session 2 from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The exam will last three hours.
Questions will carry 1 point, 2 points or 3 points and 125 questions must be answered in 180 minutes. The medium of the aptitude test will be mainly the English language. Some questions may also be in regional languages.