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Scoring Process For NATA 2017

By: R Chandrakala on February 16, 2017
NATA Exam is separated into two areas: a drawing test and aesthetic sensitivity test. Each answer in the 'Drawing Test' will be assessed by a board of three inspectors independently. Every inspector will allocate a score and the normal score of the three analysts will be figured and set as imprints for that question. 
 
In the PC test, the candidates need to answer an arrangement of inquiries which are of a specific trouble level especially intended to coordinate the capacity level of the candidate. To figure the score in such a situation, the factual properties of the inquiries, the competitor's execution on the inquiries, and the aggregate number of inquiries addressed are assessed by the exam leading specialist. 
 
Calculates on which the segments are scored 
 
Candidates can score maximum in the NATA 2017 Exam if they focus on the factors on which each section is scored. 
 
General Aptitude and Mathematics Section 
 
The score of applicant in this segment will rely on upon their execution on the aggregate number of inquiries in the segment and the quantity of inquiries replied. The elements on which the inquiries are exhibited to the applicant are as per the following: 
 
The measurable qualities (counting trouble level) of the inquiries that have as of now been replied. 
 
The required assortment of question sorts for NATA 2017 Exam. 
 
The proper scope of substance with respect to Architecture. 
 
To figure the last score, the trouble level of the inquiries will be utilized as a variable. The competitors, who answer less number of inquiries of high trouble level effectively, will have a higher score than the understudies who answer more number of inquiries with a low trouble level accurately. 
 
NATA Drawings 
 
The drawing area will be surveyed on the accompanying components: 
 
The Candidate's drawing
Imagination used in making the drawing
Observation skills which reflected through the drawing
Candidate's sense of proportion and perspective in the drawing
Candidate's sense and use of colour and composition in the drawingNATA Exam is separated into two areas: a drawing test and aesthetic sensitivity test. Each answer in the 'Drawing Test' will be assessed by a board of three inspectors independently. Every inspector will allocate a score and the normal score of the three analysts will be figured and set as imprints for that question. 
 
In the PC test, the candidates need to answer an arrangement of inquiries which are of a specific trouble level especially intended to coordinate the capacity level of the candidate. To figure the score in such a situation, the factual properties of the inquiries, the competitor's execution on the inquiries, and the aggregate number of inquiries addressed are assessed by the exam leading specialist. 
 
Calculates on which the segments are scored 
 
Candidates can score maximum in the NATA 2017 Exam if they focus on the factors on which each section is scored. 
 
General Aptitude and Mathematics Section 
 
The score of applicant in this segment will rely on upon their execution on the aggregate number of inquiries in the segment and the quantity of inquiries replied. The elements on which the inquiries are exhibited to the applicant are as per the following: 
 
The measurable qualities (counting trouble level) of the inquiries that have as of now been replied. 
 
The required assortment of question sorts for NATA 2017 Exam. 
 
The proper scope of substance with respect to Architecture. 
 
To figure the last score, the trouble level of the inquiries will be utilized as a variable. The competitors, who answer less number of inquiries of high trouble level effectively, will have a higher score than the understudies who answer more number of inquiries with a low trouble level accurately. 
 
NATA Drawings 
 
The drawing area will be surveyed on the accompanying components: 
 
The Candidate's drawing
Imagination used in making the drawing
Observation skills which reflected through the drawing
Candidate's sense of proportion and perspective in the drawing
Candidate's sense and use of colour and composition in the drawing

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