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NATA July 2019: Admit card released, know how to download

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NATA 2019

NATA 2019 Admit Card: The admit card for National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) has been released for July 2019 examination. Candidates can download the admit card from the official website by submitting their application number and password.

The NATA July 2019 exam is scheduled to be conducted on July 7, 2019. It is going to be part online and part offline.

Notably, Council of Architecture (COA) is the exam conducting body of NATA since 2006. The exam is held for students aspiring to take admission into five year Bachelor of Architecture (B Arch) degree course at all recognised institutes across country.

Steps to download NATA 2019 Admit Card

  1. Visit the official NATA website: http://online.cbexams.com/nata/
  2. Look for the link that reads, NATA Test 07-July–2019
  3. Click on it, you be will be redirected to new page.
  4. Enter the required details, application no & password.
  5. The admit card will be displayed in a new tab.
  6. Download the admit card. Take a print out for future reference.

Notably, the NATA exam has been held twice this year. The first exam was conducted in April 14, 2019. Candidates are allowed to appear in either of the exams, as per their preference. In case, the student chooses to appear in both the exams, the best score out of the two will be taken into consideration for admission to B Arch course.

The NATA Exam consists of two parts. Part-1 is MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions), which needs to be answered online by the candidates. Second Part is to be completed on A4 size drawing sheets.

There would be 60 questions in Part A from Mathematics (20) and General Aptitude (40). Each question will carry 2 marks. There is no negative marking.

On the other hand, in part B, the students will be required to attempt two questions within 120 minutes. Both the answers will be examined by more than one examiner on independent basis. The marks will be given by taking out the average of the total marks allotted by the examiners.

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