Tips To Crack NATA
- All candidates are required to note that NATA examination contains of Drawing Paper & Aesthetic Sensitivity Test Paper. Here are some tips and trick to easily score more in Drawing Paper:
- All candidates should keep on practicing their Drawing & Sketching skills at all times, candidates should remember that “Practice Always makes A Man Perfect”
- The candidates should always keep in mind that the more you practice the more you would be confident in your drawing.
- The candidate should try to draw and sketch with less use of an Eraser; this will make drawing more appealing and presentable.
- Candidates should always practice vivid sketches this would surely help in better sketching over a period of time, in the long run.
- The 2nd Test Paper which is the Aesthetic Sensitivity Test is designed to check out other qualities of candidate namely: communication, imagination and expressive capability of candidate.
- So aspirants are required to enhance and increase these aspects all by themselves. A best way would be to read as much as you can, this would provide you with more insight and knowledge.
Generic Tips on How To Crack GATE Exam Easily
- Understand your creative skills, useless if you are not able to present your thoughts in exam in the limited amount of time, you can’t good marks in exam. So speed is equally important.
- Be Creative, Creativity is an unexplained attribute. Many people have tried to define creativity in their own ways but there is no single generally accepted definition. In short, a creative person experiences rebirth everyday with his or her ideas.
- Don’t practice in A3 size sketch books. Work in A4 size as that is normally standard size of answer sheets in examinations.
- Find your own deep and compelling reason to successfully clear NATA. Motivate yourself. Work with enthusiasm; you will be amazed at your ideas and creations.
- In questions requiring drawing, always draw with a light hand first, doing mainly outlining without details. When you are satisfied with proportions; the rough outline, you may finalize.
- Practice more with dry mediums (colors), as they are convenient to use and take less time in exams.
- For XII class students: Plan your time well for NATA preparation if you are also preparing for other entrance exams along with NATA. Use your time effectively with a time table.
- Start preparing early: Don’t start your preparations after you finish your XII boards – The earlier you start, better for you.
Reference Books for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA)
- Architecture Entrance Book by P.K. Mishra
- Arihant Book’s A Complete Self Study Guide for B. Arch Entrance Examinations
- B Arch Exam Guide by PK Mishra
- NATA/AIEE B.Arch. Question Bank-2011
- Verbal & Non Verbal Reasoning Book by R.S. Agarwal
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