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* *Discuss Q & A Forum - Post your doubts and answers

##### SAI SAKETH KOPALLE

hey hi!

you don't need to take any quiz to attempt the PTM.

you can just click on the link available in emails from d q labs.

##### Navita V

Hi

There are 4 CEED Mock Test Papers 2 in NID UCEED CEED section https://edge.dqlabs.in/practice/NID%20%7C%20UCEED%20%7C%20CEED

and other 2 are in All India Monthly Mock test section

https://edge.dqlabs.in/practice/All%20India%20Monthly%20Mock%20Tests

One more test paper will be releasing on coming sunday..

##### Navita V

yes Please check in https://edge.dqlabs.in/practice/All%20India%20Monthly%20Mock%20Tests and https://edge.dqlabs.in/practice/NID%20%7C%20UCEED%20%7C%20CEED

##### Navita V

If you are NID/ UCEED 2022 aspirant, You can refer https://edge.dqlabs.in/learn/NID%20%7C%20UCEED%20%7C%20CEED/GK to improve your GK

##### SAI SAKETH KOPALLE

if you keep practicing newer questions you'll understand the logic and you will also know where to use which logic.

##### Navita V

Usually Nata score is considered to get admission into the CoA approved architecture schools in India.

Most of the Architecture Schools take 50% of 12th Board score + 50% of NATA Score and thereafter applicants will be given a state rank through which they can secure admissions to colleges in each state considering the reservation categories

##### Hemant Sharma

if you will divide a cube into 125 pieces each face will have 25 cubes ( to understand to divide a surface into 25 pieces you will need a 5x5 grid, hence for 3 dimensions i.e. cube you will have to find the cube-root of 125 i.e. 5 so each face will have 25 faces. ) out of which the one at edges will have at least 2 sides painted, then the remaining cubes will be 9 at the center of each face whose at least one face will be painted, if you will remove these painted cubes from each side, you'll get a cube with 3 x 3 cubes on each face multiplied by 3 by the same logic as before, you'll get 27 cubes which are not painted.

##### BT21EE024 Falguni Katre

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