Very interesting question! When the merit list is published for NATA, every student is given a unique rank based on their overall marks. A tie-breaking logic has to be applied when more than one candidate gets the same overall marks. So, who gets the higher rank is determined by the following parameters in the same order of priority -
1. More overall marks obtained in Mathematics test component
2. Less wrong answers in attempted ones of Mathematics test component
3. More overall marks in problems of Aptitude test component
4. Less wrong answers in attempted ones of aptitude test component
5. Earlier date of birth
This was the logic applied for NATA 2017, it probably hasn't changed that much for this year. Its similar to IPL matches when more than one team has the same points, the net run rate becomes the deciding factor to making the playoffs.
Aptitude questions and maths( section 1) will be conducted in online mode whereas drawing (section 2) is to be conducted in offline mode as soon as completion of section 1...
The topics from Mathematics under General Aptitude are - Sets & Relations and Mathematical Reasoning.
Based on the NATA - 2017 question paper, the General aptitude section had 4 questions from Sets & Relations and there were no questions from Mathematical reasoning.
the exam pattern of NATA was changed last year, that's why there will be only two questions consisting of 40 marks each.
Mostly two percpective drawings and one 3Dcomposition OR one percpective and one 3D and one sculpture
If u have good drawing skills and if U r good in aptitude and mathematics u can do it easily