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NATA 2016: Important Changes

NATA 2016: Important Changes

NATA 2016: Important Changes

NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) is a national level test that is conducted by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi. This exam is organized for those candidates seeking for admission in the field of architecture. In this year, the exam conducting authority has made some important changes in the NATA 2016 examination. Candidates must have knowledge about the new changes which have been made in NATA 2016.

The NATA examination will be started from 1st April 2016 and ended on 20th August 2016.

Important Changes in NATA

The Council of Architecture has been announced some important changes regarding NATA Exam. These changes will be effected from 1st April 2016 as the date of NATA exam.

Here, we are providing the important changes that are effective for NATA test. The changes are mentioned below.

  • Candidates can attempt NATA examination for a maximum of 5 (FIVE) TIMES within two years from the date of their first attempt. The examination will be started from 1st April 2016.
  • The best score out of the number of attempts till date will be the “VALID SCORE” (Maximum of 5).
  • “Best of 5 attempts” system will be applicable for the NATA test given from 1st April 2016.
  • “Validity of the “Best score” will be for 2 years from the date of their first attempt in 2016.
  • At the NATA official website, a new NATA Registration form is to be submitted online by the candidate for every attempt and the required Fee to be paid for every attempt.
  • The mark list will show the “best marks “scored by the candidate among all their previous attempts (Maximum of 5) as “VALID SCORE“.
  • For determining the “best of 5” for the students who appeared for NATA test before 2016, 5 (Five) more attempts will be allowed and their earlier “last valid score” also will be considered for obtaining the Best Score and for such students the validity of their “Valid score” will be 2 years from the date of their First attempt in 2016.
  • Candidates, while seeking the repeat test appointment must declare their earlier examination details as required in the application form (even if they appeared in the previous years) while registering for NATA 2016.
  • If any candidate is found registering afresh concealing the earlier appearance (including registered but exam not given cases ) for NATA test, he / she will lose his / her candidature and further his / her all previous scores will be cancelled and he / she will be barred from appearing for NATA again.
By |April 15th, 2016|Education, Exams|

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