NATA 2020 Admit Card Released, Download @nata.in

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Download NATA 2020 Admit Card @nta.nic.in
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The council of Architecture released the NATA admit card today i.e. 25 August 2020. Students can download their admit cards by providing the email ID and password from the official website of NATA – www.nata.in

NATA 2020 admit card is an important document and students should download and keep it safe. Detailed guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic have been given on the admit card considering the safety of students.

NATA 2020 will commence on 29 August 2020 in online mode. Students were given a choice between the two ways of appearance at the time of registration itself. The examination will be held in different centers across the country. The council also conducted a mock test for students from 21 to 22 August 2020. The test was mandatory for students who appeared for the first phase exam.

The exam will be conducted from 10 AM to 1:15 PM, and a 15-minute break will be given between the MCQ test and the drawing paper. The examination is for a total of 3 hours. The drawing paper test consists of 3 questions of 35 marks each, and the MCQ test will consist of 15 questions of PCM and 35 questions of logical reasoning and GA. For further details, students can check the official website of NATA. 

How to Download NATA 2020 Admit Card?

A step by step guide for candidates on how to download the NATA 2020 admit card is given below.

Step 1: Go to the official website of NATA – nata.in

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the “NATA 2020 Registration” link to login.

Step 3: Once clicked, enter your “Email” and “Password.”

Step 4: After filling in all the relevant details, click on the “Submit” button.

Step 5: Your NATA 2020 admit card will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Download, save and print for future reference.

Click here to download the admit card.

About NATA 

NATA stands for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture, and it measures the aptitude of the applicant for architecture. The test measures drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic sensitivity, and critical thinking ability that have been acquired over a long period, and that are related to architecture.

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