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Dion D'Sa
Popular Answer · 2 years ago · 1 claps

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rupali desai
Popular Answer · 2 years ago · 2 claps

Yes.It is released on the official website nata.in just log in with email id and password and then click 2nd option "admit card" admit card will appear and you can download and take a prin out for further use.

Suma Auradkar
Popular Answer · 2 years ago · 3 claps

the few physics questions asked in NATA 2021 were generic, they weren't really based on 11th/12th grade portions if that's what you mean

Veda Arvind
Latest Answer · 2 years ago · 0 claps

paper size is A-4 but you may have to draw within a box which would be smaller than A-4 (probably A-5)

Navita V
Latest Answer · 2 years ago · 0 claps

Hi, Learn and Take Tests Packages are self study content only. If you wish to take classes or mentor's guidance, you need to enrol for online live interactive classes, where the above packages will be given access.

Yes physics has the content as per the present Nata syllabus and Exam pattern. The course will be valid till the exam date and the year which you will be appearing

siddharth kulkarni
Popular Answer · 2 years ago · 1 claps

top right corner

amogha margassery
Popular Answer · 2 years ago · 3 claps

Practising isn't everything, though it's the most long term. I would recommend Observation and quick doodles limited to 30 seconds or maybe a minute. If you're in a situation that you cannot draw it, note it down and take the opportunity to practise it in your own time. Practising blindly is shooting in the dark.

rupali desai
Latest Answer · 2 years ago · 0 claps

Yes ,class 11th and 12th mathematics is asked.