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DQ Team
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

The daily quiz solutions and all the questions you've ever attempted on the platform will very soon be available to you on your profile. So, that you can quickly revisit the daily quiz questions you took everyday or quizzes/tests taken. Take the daily quiz regularly and practice as much as possible.


prachi kashyap
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

NO. for architecture at iits , you will have to qualify JEE PAPER 1 as well as JEE ADVANCE which will be followed by AAT. if you are able to qualify these three exams with good marks you can do b.arch at iits. For nits and spa you just have to give JEE PAPER 2 .


Prerna R
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

Fiberboard is used due to it's ability to reflect sound in a controlled manner


Rashi Pagariya
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

No, physics and chemistry is not there for nata next year.


Nishad Menezes
Popular Answer · 3 years ago · 1 claps

My recommendation is to take the Daily Quiz for GK on DQ Edge. There are new and upto date questions added everyday, till the day of the examination and there is a feature coming out allowing you to see all the questions you've answered throughout at a glance. Also, you are ranked by score and time. Since, it is vast learning a few things consistently everyday is a very good strategy.


Aashritha Jaladi null
Popular Answer · 3 years ago · 2 claps

If you don’t have any reservation, you will need a rank below 7000-8000 for architecture in the JEE advanced.

As soon as the result is declared, you can give the AAT which you only have to QUALIFY.

If you qualify the AAT, then you will get a seat(architecture) in either IIT Roorkee or IIT Kharagpur COMPLETELY BASED on you IIT advanced rank.

And yeah, the syllabus for AAT is same as the JEE mains paper 2 one.. Although I think there’s only aptitude in that along with sketching. But if one is preparing well for JEE paper 2, they can qualify the AAT for sure.


Umesh Kumar
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

An orthographic is one way to describe a three dimensional object in two-dimensional space. Typically an orthographic will have the top, side and front views of an object drawn together with some kind of scale.


for NATA / JEE 2, you get a good number of orthographic questions.


For Nid / Uceed / Ceed you would get may be 1 or 2 questions.


None for NIFT exam.


Umesh Kumar
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

last year they asked 2 questions.


Yes. the two sections will be administered separately with specific amount of time.