NATA Previous Year Question Papers 2019: National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is an Entrance Exam which is conducted by COA to get admissions into B.Arch & B.Planning Courses in Various Institutes. This Year NATA 2019 Exam will be Conducted two times.
NATA Previous Year Question Papers PDF Download
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|NATA Previous Year Paper 1
|NATA Previous Year Paper 2
|NATA Previous Year Paper 3
|NATA Previous Year Paper For Drawing Test 1
|NATA Previous Year Paper For Drawing Test 2
NATA Previous Year Question Papers With Solution PDF Free Download
The NATA Question Papers with Solution Free Download is tabulated below
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|NATA Composition SET 1
|NATA Composition SET 2
|NATA Perspective SET 1
Benefits of Solving NATA Previous Year Question Papers
There are many benefits to solving the previous year’s question papers of NATA. Some of them are as follows
Knowing the Syllabus: Solving the previous year’s question papers will help the candidate understand the NATA Syllabus. Thus, it will help students solve the present year’s paper with more accuracy.
Understanding the Paper Pattern: Solving the sample papers or previous years papers will help the candidate in understanding the NATA Paper Pattern. Also, they will be able to know the section wise weight and difficulty level of this exam.
Building Strategy: One can build a strategy while practicing previous years question papers. Thus, one can understand the section which is less time consuming and the section which are more time-consuming.
Improving the Speed: Solving the previous year’s papers will help students improve their speed and accuracy. Thus, when the main exam comes, it becomes easier to solve it.
Identifying the Weaker Areas: When one solves the question papers, he/she is able to identify the questions that are difficult. Because solving the papers and practicing the questions from the textbook is very different. So, solving papers can improve the areas where the student is making the mistake and focus on it to improve further.