Maths was easy for me. Aptitude was a bit challenging but still very easy and solvable. There was one question in aptitude which had only four patterns but no "question" in text, so i had no idea what to answer for that.
The drawing part was definitely easier than last year because there was only one memory-based drawing (drinking tea in a park in the morning) and a 2d composition (a square, a right-angled triangle and circle of same sizes which had to be used to make a composition with maximum 20 shapes and 3 colours, without changing the size of the shapes).
Overall, the paper was easier than many of the All India NATA Mock Tests.
Please, reference this answer to understand tie break method -
According the information brochure published by the COA -
Qualifying marks for NATA-2018 would be based on the following rules:
1. A minimum of 25% must be secured in MCQ portion (30 out of 120)
2. A minimum of 25% must be secured in Drawing portion (20 out of 80)
3. Overall qualifying marks (out of 200) would be based on post-exam statistics and at the discretion of
Hope this helps. All the best!
The NATA test pattern differs each year and this year we expect it to be slightly easier. Try scoring 135+ in tomorrow's paper keeping in mind to score at least 55 marks in drawing, 50 in aptitude and 30 at maths section. Keep calm and revise the important topics. The difficulty for this year's paper, as predicted by our expert faculty is medium to average.
yes !!99% it is allowed but only fr d questions wich ask u to colour.Take it along wit u and during the instructions given by d invigilator,if it is not allowed to be used then it is our bad luch.
All the best!!