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Rohit Ramesh
Popular Answer · 4 years ago · 1 claps

No, physics and chemistry is not asked in the NATA paper.

For your reference, you can go to the learn section to know which topics you have to prepare for the NATA Exam.


Lalit Kumar
Latest Answer · 4 years ago · 0 claps

It will better if you write an email to DTE Maharashtra citing the technical glitches you are facing while filling the form. They are in a better position to guide you properly.


Rohit Ramesh
Latest Answer · 4 years ago · 0 claps

yes, the score card is published. You can check it on official NATA website


Lalit Kumar
Popular Answer · 4 years ago · 1 claps

Firstly go through the NATA syllabus and previous year papers just to check what is your current level of preparation.Then list down all the topics in which you are strong as well as weak. According to the syllabus start working on your weak topics, here your main focus should be on concept building and clearing the basics.

When you are done with the basics then jump on to the advanced part, solve previous years NATA papers available on DQ Edge and work on speed building. When you are sure that you are done with your preparation start giving mocks and analyse them. Analysis of mocks is very important, if mock test is of x hrs then spend 2x hrs in the analysis part.


For detailed study plan and tips required to prepare for the NATA Exam and other entrance exams, you can visit Article section of DQ Edge.


Lalit Kumar
Latest Answer · 4 years ago · 0 claps

Whether you will get a seat or not depends on a number of factors like:


1.Board(Gujrat board or other for CEPT)

2.Domicile

3.Category

4.Seat Distribution

5.score in 12th board


You have a good NATA score and 12th score, I'll suggest you to try and see where you stand in the rank list


Lalit Kumar
Latest Answer · 4 years ago · 0 claps

Yes, anything above 120 is considered as a good score. It depends on your 12th score also whether you will get a good college or not.


Advaita Jairam
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

Visualise it in your mind first and after you are able to visualise unfolding the paper, draw the unfolded paper and count your squares.

But visualisation is the key point.


Atul S Mugasimangalam
Latest Answer · 4 years ago · 0 claps

The NATA results have been postponed to Monday, 4th June