Have you ever come across classes that ask you to join Nata Crash Course/ 15days Crash Course/ Fast Track Nata Coaching/ Nata 2019 Crash Course? Prepare For Nata In Last Few Days Before Exam Or Nata 30 Days Preparatory Classes?

Before joining any NATA Crash Course let’s being by understanding the process of joining any coaching class or appearing for NATA as it’s very important to know the basics such as:

  • What is NATA? NATA:-
    National Aptitude Test in Architecture. It is an entrance exam conducted by COA- council of architecture to the B.Arch course. Qualifying NATA doesn’t guarantee admission in architecture college. Nata exam qualification is one of the criteria’s to be eligible to get admission in degree course.

As the NATA exam approaches, it’s very important to be sure of preparation but mostly students start realizing the paucity of time and the expanse of topics to be covered. With apt hard work, correct guidance and a lot of practice students can appear for the exam.

  • Who can join NATA crash course?
    The NATA crash course batch is suitable for those students who cannot join regular batch for their due to their 10+2 board exam.
  • What are the options available for Nata crash course?
    IID offers Crash Courses scheduled for 10 days/ 14days/28days courses specially designed for outstation students who can choose any of the suitable batches – Diwali Batches, Winter Batches, Summer Batches or general Crash Courses according to their convenience.
  • Why coaching class for NATA preparation ? What to check before joining an institute?
    o Years of experience of the faculty at the institute helps simplify the syllabus.
    o There are many students who do not join any coaching institute. But a very few are able to study with complete dedication, self-discipline, regularity. Understanding of core Concepts and basics taught by experienced faculties makes it easier to grasp rather than learning through self discovery.
    o As the material is compiled/ researched and provided at institute, it does save a lot of time.
    o As only learning is not the criteria, self assessment cannot happen at home. Having other students around provides competitive environment which keeps the students on toes.
    o It’s important to know the minute details like the dates for enrolment/ form release/latest admission cut off’s etc. Being surrounded by like minded people, the institute helps students to stay updated with latest Nata news.
    o Only learning doesn’t guarantee results. Enough practice in the form of sketching/ solving papers/ giving mock tests is also important.
    o At the same time, joining any institute does not guarantee success.
    o Don’t join an institute merely going by the advertisements.
    o It’s of utmost importance to take feedback from senior students about the teaching quality, faculties, library, level of comfort with faculties, quality of study material etc.
    o Ensure that the institute imparts teaching with the aim of holistic development.
    o Lastly details like number of classes, teaching hours and schedule of batches can be asked.

• Last minute tips for Nata exam?
Tips for Part A:
o It comprises of MCQ’s. One correct answer amongst the 4 options. Understand the topics, have solid basics. The questions may seem difficult to comprehend but for
o MCQ’s to become easier to answer the previous year papers, and NATA mock tests as provided by IID should be solved.
o Never target the time rather focus on solving at least 70% of the problems. In cases of tie the position would be awarded to the participant with lesser number of incorrect questions.
o Important topics for study: Calculus, Algebra, Probability 2D and 3D co-ordinate geometry along with general knowledge.

Tips for Part B:
o Sketching is the key. Sketching anything and everything we can can help understand scale and proportion better.
o Trying using eraser as less as you can while sketching as this will make your lines more bold and confident.
o Emphasize on the detailing like expressions of human figure/ dressing pattern of figure/ details of built structure etc.

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