Council of Architecture (CoA) released the answer key for the national Aptitude Test for Architecture (NATA) 2021 Test 1 Answer key today, April 16, 2021. Candidates who appeared for the examination can access the answer key on the official website nata.in. The authorities also released a public notice on April 13, 2021 regarding the examination results. According to the public notice, results shall be declared on or before April 20, 2021 for the first test. Candidates can check their results on the official website as and when the results are declared.
Candidates who appeared for NATA 2021 first test can evaluate their answers using the answer key released on, April 16, 2021. To download the answer key, candidates must login from the official website nata.in using their login credentials. These credentials include email ID and password. After this, they must click on the “View Answer Key” tab. The NATA 2021 test 1 answer keys shall be displayed on the screen.
Candidates can download their answer key to calculate the approximate marks obtained in the exam. The NATA 2021 aptitude test comprised of Multiple Choice (MCQs), Multiple Select (MSQ), Preferential Choice (PCQ) as well as Numerical Answer (NAQ) type questions. Candidates can use the answer key to calculate the marks obtained in these questions.
CoA issued a public notice on April 13, 2021, stating that NATA 2021 first test was successfully conducted on April 10, 2021. Results for the same shall be declared on or before April 20, 2021, on nata.in. The NATA 2021 result shall contain important candidate and examination information. The most important details being the marks obtained in the exam out of 200 and whether the candidate is qualified or not. This year, the qualifying marks for the examination is 75 out of 200.
Authorities decided to relax the eligibility criteria for NATA 2021 due to the negative impact of the COVID19 pandemic on the academic of students. This eligibility criterion has been relaxed only for the upcoming first-year students of the five-year B.Arch course.
According to the revised eligibility criteria, candidates must only passed the Class 12 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as their subjects. In case of Diploma courses, candidates must have passed the 10+3 diploma course with Mathematics as the compulsory subject.
According to the information bulletin, no direct lateral entry shall be granted to students at any stage of the B.Arch course based on their qualification. In simple terms, candidates must fulfil the eligibility criteria and appear for architectural entrance exams to gain admission. NATA 2021 first test results are expected to come out soon on the official website nata.in.