NATA Coaching Classes in Delhi
If you are a school graduate and looking to explore the many possibilities for your career path, architecture has a wide scope of possibilities. If you are creative, innovative and interested in design, this may just be the perfect choice for you. For those of you considering to study architecture, you must take the National Aptitude Test in Architecture, commonly known as NATA, which is one of the two exams that you need to take to qualify for admission in B. Arch, the other exam being JEE. To qualify for the NATA entrance exam, you must have scored 50% and above in your 10th and +2 examinations, have had Mathematics as one of your core subjects in your 11th and 12th classes, and should be at least 17 years of age at the time of taking the NATA entrance exam. The NATA scores are applicable only to the year of admissions in which you take the exam, so if you choose to apply the following year, you will need to retake the NATA exam. Silica NATA entrance exam coaching centres will make sure that you learn everything you need to know to be prepared to ace the NATA exam.
NATA Coaching in Delhi
NATA exams have a specific pattern and there are a number of subjects covered in the exam. If you are going to do your NATA preparation in Delhi, and are looking for some coaching classes to guide you, Silica is a great option to train you in all the areas that you will be questioned on during the exam.
Typically, a NATA exam is divided into the following sections:
- Mathematics - this carries a total of 80 marks, from 2 sections.
- Aptitude - this carries 80 marks, and a total of 40 questions, with 2 marks per question.
- Drawing - this section is for 40 marks, and has 20 questions, each carrying 2 marks.
Each of these sections has a number of subsections within them, and to be prepared in the best possible way before you sit for the exam, it is recommended that you opt for NATA coaching in Delhi. From understanding the pattern, getting trained by experts, practicing on multiple mock exams, and sharpening your drawing skills, you can gain strength in all these areas by taking the Silica NATA coaching classes.
Silica encourages students and parents alike to call or visit our centres to see why we are considered to be among the best NATA coaching classes in Delhi.
With so many coaching centres sprouting up that offer NATA entrance exam preparation in Delhi, you must be confused about which centre to opt for. Here is why Silica is the perfect choice for you to do your NATA preparation in Delhi.
• Silica has partnered up with IIT Mumbai graduate and top mathematics coach Prof S.S. Vengsarkar, who has an experience of teaching over 50,000 students. You may be wondering why a person who has already studied mathematics in school needs coaching in the subject, but the questions in the NATA exam are objective and not subjective like the school examinations, and hence students will face difficulty without coaching. Another perk of mathematics coaching is that even if you score the same marks as another candidate, which is a common occurrence, your rank in the merit will be decided according to your math score, so it is crucial to have a good mathematics score. This is what makes Silica stand out among other NATA coaching classes in Delhi. The students will receive personal attention from Prof. Vengsarkar and his team. With the help of evaluation tests, quizzes, and practice tests, you'll be set to appear for the exam.
Not only for NATA, but this coaching will also help you out in your 12th mathematics scores, and a higher score will definitely give you better chances to get into the university of your choice. Not only that, but Silica is different from other NATA classes in Delhi because it has its own carefully designed syllabus, that guarantees quick understanding and learning of the material.
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FAQ's on NATA
What is NATA?
National Aptitude Test in Architecture or NATA is an examination for aspirants to B.Arch program. The exam analyzes an applicant’s skill and aptitude for Architecture. For B.Arch program, NATA is one of the qualifying exams, while the other is JEE (Paper 2). Applicants will receive NATA sample paper and NATA entrance exam sample papers from Silica to prepare for the exam.
How students can register for NATA?
Students who take NATA entrance exam preparations in Delhi can sign up for the examination online. They can register on the NATA’s official website through debit card, net banking, or credit card.
Who can apply for NATA?
Below are the eligibility criteria for the exam:
- The candidate must have scored 50% aggregate marks in 10+3 Diploma/10+2 or equivalent.
- The applicant should have studied Mathematics in 10+3/10+2 examinations.
- He/she must be 17 years old minimum as on 31st January of the last year.
What is the structure of sections in the NATA exam?
The new NATA exam is of 3 hours length.
- 20 questions (MCQ) of total 40 marks in Mathematics for Section I.
- 40 questions of 80 marks total in General Aptitude for Section II.
- 2 questions of total 80 marks in Drawing for Section III.
- The paper overall thus carries 200 marks total.
Which time of the year is NATA exam conducted?
NATA exam is conducted on a single day in the month of April. Candidates must enrol in NATA entrance exam preparations in Delhi in time to complete the syllabus and have a better chance at passing and scoring well in the examination.
What is the qualifying mark for NATA?
To get ideal marks, students can consider joining NATA coaching classes in Delhi. The following is the pattern for NATA’s passing score:
- Minimum 30 score out of 120 (25% of marks) should be attained in the MCQ portion.
- Minimum 20 score out of 80 (25% marks) should be attained in the Drawing portion.
- The overall passing marks for NATA out of 200 will be decided by the post-exam statistics and the Council of Architecture.
How long is the NATA score valid?
Students joining NATA coaching classes in Delhi will have their NATA score as valid for admission year in which the exam is attempted. For example, NATA 2018 score for B.Arch program is valid in admission year 2018-19.
Where will the results be announced? What is the score card format?
The paper will be of 200 marks, and each section will carry certain amount of marks. Applicants can solve NATA entrance exam sample papers for practice so that they understand their aptitude for the exam. The results will be declared on the official website of NATA and other electronic and print media platforms. Results will be calculated as per merit listing and according to tie breaking rules. The percentile score of a student is therefore according to the merit listing.
Where should the candidates apply after passing NATA?
Those who attended NATA coaching in Delhi and passed the exam can look for admission in one of the participating institutions as per the time schedule given by the appropriate admission authority, with necessary documents.
Which institutions offer the B.Arch program?
B.Arch program in India is offered by state level and government aided institutions such as CEPT, J.J, Rachana Sansad (Aided), etc. It can also be offered by all India level institutions (government aided) like NITs and SPAs. This program is also provided by the state level private and unaided institutions such as IES, Kamal Raheja, LS Raheja, BSSA, etc. Those who join NATA coaching in Delhi can join any of these institutions as per merit and choice.
NOTE: JEE (Paper 2) score is admissible for all India level institutions and NATA score is admissible for unaided and government aided state level institutions.
How NATA merit list tie-break is done?
For merit rank listing, the tie-break in NATA marks follows the below-given pattern:
- More overall marks in Mathematics test section.
- Lesser wrong answers in questions attempted for Mathematics test section.
- More overall marks scored in Aptitude problems.
- Lesser wrong answers in questions attempted for Aptitude test section.
- Earlier birth date.
What is the process for re-evaluation of NATA test marks?
The NATA entrance exam preparations in Delhi will provide students ideal coaching to score maximum in the test. But, even then a student may want a re-evaluation in the main test if dissatisfied by the marks. If so, he/she can request for the same when the response sheet is uploaded with subject wise marks. The upload is done before results’ publication for MCQ questions usually.
The student can get machine recorded responses re-evaluated on a payment of Rs. 1000 per question within a specified timeframe. The Council will consider the request only before the publication of results. No review is allowed for drawing question test. Also, there is no provision for any scrutiny or review after publication of actual results.
What is the process for preparation of merit list?
The candidates must join NATA coaching classes in Delhi and attend the same in timely manner because the merit list for B.Arch admission depends on student’s score in NATA. Or if the person attempted JEE (Paper 2), then score for that is considered. Along with this score an aggregate of percentage achieved in 10+2 or 10+3 diploma exam is also accounted. Weightage for both these marks is 50%, independently.
How candidates are analyzed for the Drawing section NATA question paper?
To get complete knowledge about question types in this section, students must consider solving NATA entrance exam sample papers on timely basis. The candidate has to attempt two questions of 40 marks each in the Drawing section, which is for 90 minutes. The total marks for the section is 80. The student must try and attain at least 60 marks. The paper is examined by more than one examiner, after which the marks scored are averaged.
Two aspects that are emphasized in scoring is the candidate’s drawing imagination and observation skill. Other factors that count in are perspective and sense for colour, composition, and proportion. Below given are some more pointers to consider for analyzing the drawing aptitude of candidates.
- Ability to sketch visually appealing and proportionate objects.
- Sense of perspective in drawing.
- Composing and combining 3D elements in creating a structural form or building.
- Drawing with pencil and sketching the day-to-day life experiences.
- Visualizing and drawing the effect of light on various objects and the shadows cast in surroundings.
- Creating apt two dimensional compositions with provided forms and shapes.
- Depth of understanding for proportions and scales.
- Composing a visual harmony with colours.
How candidates are analyzed for the Aptitude section NATA question paper?
The Aptitude section has all MCQ (multiple choice question) directed on architecture and general aptitude. Candidates must practice solving NATA sample paper of the last few years to be able to understand the difficulty level and variations in the questions. There will be a total of 40 questions and each question will be of 2 marks. The total marks for the section is 80. The answers have to be marked on the OMR sheet. Students must try and obtain at least 60 marks.
The NATA coaching classes in Delhi will provide students the necessary guidance for Aptitude section. The topics in this section are on visualizing the different sides of 3D objects, awareness of world architecture, architectural objects and materials, analytical and logical ability, visualizing 3D objects from 2D drawings, aptitude in comprehension ability and English communication, and quantitative ability.
How candidates are analyzed for the Mathematics section NATA question paper?
There are MCQ type questions in the Mathematics section. 20 questions are in total, each carrying 2 marks. Answers are to be marked in the OMR sheet. Students must try to score at least 30 marks in this section. To prepare for this section, one must check NATA entrance exam sample papers for a better understanding of the concepts. Difficulty level for this section is like that of JEE (Paper 2) so it is crucial to enrol into a good coaching for NATA entrance exam in Delhi.
Why students must concentrate on Mathematics section for NATA?
Most of the coaching classes teach Maths relevant for XII Std, JEE (Paper 1), or Engineering CET. However, the difficulty level of NATA’s mathematics section is similar to that for JEE (Paper 2). This is why students must enrol into NATA entrance exam preparations in Delhi, particularly for Maths. The portion covers several topics of the subject for XI and XII Std, along with JEE papers.
It is necessary to be sharp in Maths section because when a tie in total occurs, the students with better score in this section are considered for a higher merit rank. With help of the right NATA coaching classes in Delhi, candidates can master the objective type of questions for Maths, be it from any background (Science, Arts, Commerce, etc).
Why opt for Silica NATA coaching in Delhi for Maths subject?
Silica has a proficient faculty for Mathematics subject. The professors belong to reputable institutions and have decades of experience in coaching young minds. Some of the faculty members have also prepared a curriculum for Maths section in NATA test and JEE (Paper 2). The NATA coaching classes in Delhi for Mathematics adopts a comprehensive coaching framework and gives NATA entrance exam sample papers on this subject for free to students.
What is the framework behind Silica’s NATA entrance exam preparations in Delhi for Maths?
Silica began with NATA Mathematics Evaluation Test (NMET) from 2nd Jan, 2017 that follows a comprehensive framework for coaching. NMET 1 and 2 is framed in a way to evaluate a student’s current level of knowledge in preparation of Mathematics section for NATA exam. Based on this score, NATA entrance exam preparations in Delhi are provided to students to improve their marks. For making this possible, Silica takes timely evaluation test, doubt solving classes, learning classes, practice quizzes, solve NATA sample paper, etc.
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