The NATA 2019 Answer Key for the second attempt has been released on the official website of NATA, which is, http://www.nata.in. The Council of Architecture (CoA) conducted NATA 2019 Second attempt on July 07, 2019. The exam was conducted at 190 test centers all over India and at one test center in Dubai. As per the press release, 35651 candidates applied for the test, out of which, 18126 candidates appeared for the test.
Candidates can download their NATA 2019 Answer Key online by visiting the official website. On the home page of the website, the candidates need to click on the “View Answer Key (7-8-2019)” link. You will then be directed to the answer key of the second phase. The sheet will contain 62 MCQs with 60 questions answered. There will be no answer key for Part-B (Question 61 & 62) since it is subjective. Check the sheet carefully for any errors.
In case students find any error, they can challenge the answer key. Responses can be submitted by 11:59 pm on July 8, 2019.
Students can predict their score using the answer key by cross-checking the answers that were marked in the exam with that given in the key. For every right answer, add 2 marks. There is no negative marking in the exam, so candidates are required to deduct marks for any wrong answer.
If and when the students find any error in the answer key, they can visit this link. Log in by entering Roll number, question no., Grievance/Remarks, and Reference for justifying grievance. Candidates are given 500 characters to write their remarks. Use the word limit wisely.
The result for NATA 2019 second attempt will be released on the due date that is July 21, 2019. The result might even be released before the due date so that students can seek admission to B.Arch.
CoA (Council of Architecture) conducted the first phase of the NATA 2019 Examination on April 14, 2019. CoA has been conducting NATA since 2006. This year it was decided to conduct the NATA exam twice a year. The decision is implemented so that students who were unable to write the exam in the first phase, can do so in the second. Also, students who want to improve their score can reappear by taking the second phase exam. The NATA exam measures the aptitude of applicants in a specific field, i.e. Architecture.