The Council of Architecture has commenced the online registration process for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2022. Interested candidates can start applying online via the official website nata.in. The last date for registering online is May 23. There will be three examinations of NATA 2022. While the first exam falls on June 12, the second and third exams will be conducted on July 03 and July 24, respectively. All the exams will be held in a computer-based test (CBT) mode for admission to the B.Arch courses.
How to apply?
It is mandatory for the candidates to appear in the second and third tests of NATA 2022. However, they can register for either of the tests or for all of them by filling out the application form appropriately. To know how to apply, take a look at the steps given below.
Step 1- Go to the official website of NATA at nata.in
Step 2- On the top-right corner of the screen, click on ‘NATA-2022 Registration’
Step 3- A new page will open where one has to click on ‘Sign Up’ and then enter details such as name, father’s name, mother’s name, mobile number, email ID, date of birth, Aadhaar number, password, etc.
Step 4- Click on the ‘Sign Up’ button after which the application number will be generated
Step 5- A link will be sent to the email using which the login account can be activated
Step 6- Login using the required credentials and fill out basic details, address and exam details, and educational qualifications
Step 7- Now, upload photo and signature and then preview the application
Step 8- Submit the declaration and proceed toward the payment facility.
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Candidates who have completed their 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or 10+3 Diploma with Mathematics as a subject are eligible to apply for NATA 2022. However, qualifying in the architecture aptitude test does not guarantee admission. The candidate needs to fulfill other requirements by the respective competent authorities.
The test may comprise Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ), Multiple Select Question (MSQ), Preferential Choice Type (PCQ), Numerical Answer Type (NAT) and Match the following Type (MFQ) questions. These questions will carry 1, 2 or 3 marks. A total of 125 questions have to be answered within 180 minutes. Although the medium of the test will be English, some questions may be asked in regional languages as well.