The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2021, conducted by the Council of Architecture has already undergone two phases. The third phase of NATA 2021 has been planned. The same has been announced on their official website. The third test will be held in the month of August 2021. The dates are yet to be fixed. The candidates are advised to keep visiting the official website nata.in for further updates.
In the above-mentioned press release, which has been posted on NATA official website, it is mentioned that in the second phase of NATA 2021, a total of 21659 candidates have appeared. The number of candidates applied was 25860. In the light of the ongoing pandemic situation, lockdowns, and due to corona infection in many students there were dropouts. Keeping in mind the interest of the aspiring candidates, a third examination will be held in August 2021.
For the candidates who appeared in the NATA 2021 phase two examinations, the results are going to be declared on July 15, 2021. The results will be available on the official website nata.in. The candidates will have to follow the below simple steps to download the result:
- Visit the official website nata.in
- The Result link needs to be clicked
- A new page will open up
- “View Score Card of NATA 2021” button needs to be clicked
- The credentials like Application Number, Password and Security PIN needs to be filled up
- After which, the Submit button needs to be clicked
- The results will show up on the screen
- The candidate needs to save and download the results for future reference
The NATA 2021 rank list will be a unified one. At the time of preparation of the merit list, candidates will get a unique rank. If more than one candidate secures the same marks, a number of tie-breaking logic will be applied. The overall marks secured in Mathematics will be considered. Another factor is less number of wrong answers in Mathematics. As another logic, a better score in Aptitude Test will be taken into consideration. Less number of wrong answers in Aptitude Test is another factor. The date of birth of a candidate is also a factor that comes into play in case of a tie. Candidate with an earlier date of birth gets the preference.