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Dq Cenlead
Latest Answer · 6 years ago · 0 claps

Once you enrolled for the course , Our faculties will teach you all these topics.You can also refer www.natasketches.com to refer few samples


Dq Cenlead
Latest Answer · 6 years ago · 0 claps

Once you enrolled for the course , Our faculties will teach you all these topics.You can also refer www.natasketches.com to refer few samples


Swarna Valli
Popular Answer · 6 years ago · 1 claps

From my experience, only practice can help. All you can do is look for the hidden image, no real shortcut to it. But with practice you'll get better.


Lalit Kumar
Popular Answer · 6 years ago · 1 claps

Don't think about this now, just focus on your studies and try to get the best result out of 12th exam and NATA 2019 Exam.

To increase your chances of getting a seat in JJ College of architecture you have to target 150+ in the NATA exam


DQLabs Malleshwaram
Latest Answer · 6 years ago · 0 claps

Definitely you are eligible to apply, Please apply .



Nishad Menezes
Popular Answer · 6 years ago · 1 claps

There are some great tips here - https://edge.dqlabs.in/articles/how-to-prepare-for-nata-in-1-year


Swarna Valli
Latest Answer · 6 years ago · 0 claps

Ant's eye view will no way determine the stability of the object. If your rough sketch in 2D is stable, then the 3D one would be too. According to me you needn't worry about whether it looks stable. You may not realise it, but it will look stable :)


Nishad Menezes
Latest Answer · 6 years ago · 0 claps

Past year question paper is available on DQ Edge as Tests segregated by topic. So, you can practice and get the solutions + know where you stand again'st others taking a test which is much more effective while preparing for NID or any other entrance exam than getting the solutions directly.


meghna singh
Popular Answer · 6 years ago · 3 claps

1-You need to practice for NIFT CAT exams from sample papers which are available online.

2-To improve your drawing skills- Practice, practice, practice.