June 7, 2022 By 0 Comments

Questions in the NATA exam

questions in the NATA exam

National Aptitude Test for Architecture 2022 is a twice-yearly nationwide test
conducted by the Council of Architecture. To be admitted to some of the best
architecture colleges in the country, students must pass the National Architecture
Examination. Those aspiring to become architects must undergo the B Arch
admission process at the nation finest architecture colleges. Taking the NATA
exam can be a confusing and unique experience for new aspirants. So, it is
significant to learn the previous year questions in the NATA exam to get better
results. To prepare for an upcoming exam, you should review the model questions
in the NATA exam. 
Analyzing previous years questions in the NATA exam can help candidates
understand the format of questions. There are two sections on the exam, Part A and
Part B. In part A, the Aesthetic Sensitivity Test questions are asked from math and
general aptitude, and in part B, the Drawing Ability Test.
Part A: Aesthetic sensitivity test
Candidates must answer 40 multiple choice questions during this one-hour
computer-based test. The aesthetic sensitivity test measures perception,
imagination, observation, creativity, communication, and architectural awareness
Sample questions
Find the greatest number that will divide 43, 91 and 183 such that it leaves the
same remainder in each case.
A. 4      
B. 7
C. 9      
D. 13
A person of good understanding knowledge and reasoning power
A. expert
B. Intellectual
C. Snob
D. Literate

Chlorophyll is a naturally occurring cheated compound in which central metal is
A. Copper    
B. Magnesium
C. Iron 
D. Calcium
Catching the earlier train will give us the …… to do some shopping.
A. Chance    
B. Luck
C. Possibility        
D. Occasion

Part B: Drawing Ability Test
The NATA Drawing Test will weigh 125 marks, so candidates must give
maximum importance to this section.
Sample questions
 Draw a visually appealing composition using the five given shapes and
colour it using 4 types of colours. You can use any shape more than once.
But each shape has to be used only once.
 Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition using 3 bottles, 2
balls and 1 lampshade in the given space provided. Not only this you have to
show the effects of light and shadow on the composition.
 From a balcony of your fourth-floor apartment, you are looking at a small
place of 50 worship surrounded by a garden. It is a busy sunny day. Use an
appropriate pencil as a medium and depict it.