Tanvi Rahman

I got 81 in nata exam. do u think i'll get a college?

some college in gujrat or west bengal should do. also i got 75% in my boards. i know its quite low but don't i have any chance?

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RE: I got 81 in nata exam. do u think i'll get a college?


NATA is conducted by COA - Council of Architecture. Official site for NATA iswww.nata.in

NATA can be given from mid march till end of July every year at designated test centers.

NATA can be taken any number of times in a year. This means if a student gets less score he can retake the test to improve his score by re-registering for the NATA by paying fees again. However NOT the best score, but the average of the scores is taken into consideration. For example a student scores 80/200 marks in the first attempt and 110/200 marks in the second attempt his over all score is (80+110)/2 = 95 marks. If in the second attempt he managed to score only 50/200 then his over all score would get reduced to (80+50)/2 = 65. So it is always better to prepare well for the exam and get good scores in the first attempt itself. NATA scores are valid for 2 years.

To see the list of approved colleges in India accepting NATA score along with their students intake and address, Kindly visit this link -


After receiving score card / Mark list and HSC / std XII results, the candidate may apply foradmission to any of the participating institutions as per the time schedule specified by theappropriate admission authority, along with all the documents desired by it.

On receiving the Score Card, the candidate will have tocontact various admission authorities with NATA Score Card and other details (asprescribed by the respective Admission Authorities). Admission in India lies with theState (usually under Directorate of Technical Education for that state). Usually aroundsummer, Admission Authorities will bring out admission notices in National & Regionalnewspapers. The candidate may contact schools of architecture directly for information as towhen the admission process is scheduled to begin.

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