ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT NATA DRAWING TEST
National Aptitude Test in Architecture – NATA is conducted by Council of Architecture to measure the candidate’s aptitude for admission to first year of 5 year B.Arch degree at all recognized institutions all over India. Nata test consists of two parts – a drawing test which is paper based & a computer based online test for aesthetic sensitivity. We will be sharing preparation tips for Nata Drawing Test.
Nata Drawing Test is a two hour paper based test consisting of three questions.
- First question in the test consists of 50 marks ie. 50% weightage so it is very important to understand what exactly the examiner is expecting in the answer. To gain good marks in this question, the student should have good practice of the following.
Perspective drawing – One point, Two point & Three Point
2. The second question consists of 25 marks and carries 25% weightage. If the question is understood well, it can be answered in minimum time. The student should focus on the following parameters to gain expertise to answer such questions.
Creating 2-Dimensional composition from given geometric or non-geometric shapes.
3. The third question also consists of 25 marks and carries 25% weightage. The following topics are necessary to practice in order to answer the third question properly.
Creating 3-Dimensional composition from given geometric or non-geometric forms.
Creating structural forms from 3- D elements.
Creating the effect of light and shadow
Apart from the above, drawing papers with neat, unique and creative answers will definitely score more than the rest.
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