"The Council of Architecture has declared the NATA 2022 exam schedule online. Interested students can check out the schedule here."
The council of architecture has declared the NATA 2022 exam schedule on the official website. The administration has released a newspaper notification informing the candidates about the schedule and the exam pattern. The council of Architecture (CoA) has also published the exam pattern for NATA 2022. Candidates can read further to understand the newly released exam pattern for NATA 2022.
Important Events and Dates
As per the latest announcement, the council scheduled the exams thrice a year in two sessions. The important events and dates related to the exam are as follows:
|Registration begins||Declaration soon|
|Exam dates|| June 12, 2022 (Session 1)
July 3, 2022 (Session 1)
July 24, 2022 (Session 1)
|Results||To be announced|
To write the exams, contenders must first visit the official website and complete the application process. Candidates must further conclude the registration process by filling out all the required details in the link given.
After concluding the exam registrations, contenders can log in using the required credentials to complete the NATA 2022 online application form and pay the application fee. Candidates can pay the application fee online, such as credit, debit, or net banking. They should further upload all the required documents as soft copies. The documents are mandatory for students to complete the online application form.
NATA 2022 Exam Pattern
As per the notice, the aptitude test will contain questions that could be of the Multiple Select types (MSQ), Numerical Answer type (NAQ), Multiple-Choice type (MCQ), and Preferential Choice type (PCQ). The council will announce the NATA 2022 exam pattern soon. Last year’s pattern was as follows:
- Duration: 3 hours
- Total marks: 200 marks
- Type of questions: Multiple-choice questions, multiple-select questions, preferential choice type questions, and numerical answer type questions
- Marking pattern: The questions will be of either 1 mark/2 marks/3 marks
- No. of questions: A total of 125 questions are there
- Medium of the test: English language