try practicing them frm all d qustion papers...d sample papers,mock papers and all d others...it really helps!!
Commerce students with basic mathematics can write NATA only till 2018 apparently. 2019 onwards, PCM is mandatory.
It ws allowed till last year bt I guess that it is ntallowed dis year.And it is better u dnt use it as it might spoil ur sketch if d shading doesnt come out well.It is also difficult fr d invigilator to scan it as when d paper is wet they cannot scan it and even if they scan it and it is spoilt,v cannot blame them.Bt I guess it is ur wish.U can use it if u believe dat ur gud in it.
All d best!!
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 the Council.
No. According to point 6 of NATA hall ticket, use of calculators, log tables and digi oens is not allowed. We recommend you not to take any risk and practice calculations through the traditional pen and paper method.All the best!
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Yeah, getting into top colleges means ur NATA score should be good..
Top colleges like RV college, BMSCE, and
Vishweshwarya college are the best colleges as far as I know..
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U shud just hv ur pack of pencils of all d grades u need,geometry box-that is only ur compass i guess and ur colour pencils.I suggest u nt 2 use water colours cuz it can damage ur sketch bcuz of d tension during d xam.Ya bt dnt frget ur hallticket and an ID proof in any case of emergency.
All d best fr ur xam!!
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.