Council of Architecture is going to announce the National Aptitude Test for Architecture (NATA) 2021 results tomorrow, April 20, 2021. Candidates who appeared for the examination can check their results on the official website nata.in once they are out. To do so, they must login to the website using their login credentials. NATA 2021 first test was successfully conducted on April 10, 2021 and results for the same were to be announced on April 14, 2021. However, the results were postponed and are now scheduled to be announced tomorrow.
NATA 2021 first test results shall be available on the official website of the examination i.e., nata.in. On the homepage of the website, candidates must click on the result link and enter their login credentials like email ID and password as required. After submitting the login credentials, the exam score card shall be displayed on the screen. Candidates must take a printout of their NATA 2021 score card for future use.
The exam score card shall contain important information regarding the candidate. It shall specify the marks obtained out of 200 in NATA 2021. Moreover, the scorecard shall also specify whether the candidate has qualified the exam or not.
Other important details like candidate’s name, gender, date of birth, roll number, etc shall also be mentioned. Candidates must note that the NATA 2021 score shall be valid only for the academic year 2021-22. According to the information brochure, candidates have to score a minimum of 75 marks out of 200 to qualify the national-level examination.
Last year, CoA announced the cut-off marks for part-A and part-B of NATA examination. According to authorities, candidates had to score 32 marks out of 125 in section A and a minimum of 18 marks out of 75 in section B. However, the overall cut-off marks were to be decided based on the council’s discretion and post-result statistics. This year however, CoA has directly declared the overall cut-off marks to qualify the examination.
NATA 2021 test 2 shall be conducted on June 12, 2021 in two sessions, as conducted during the first test. Session 1 shall be conducted from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm whereas the second session shall be organised from 2:30 pm to 5: 30 pm. However, candidates must note that it is not mandatory to appear for the second test and depends purely on their discretion.
According to the information bulletin, registration window for the second test shall open 14 days after the announcement of results for NATA 2021 first test. The last date to register for the second test is May 30, 2021. Candidates can register for the second test on nata.in during the prescribed timeline.