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14th April 2018, 10:10 AM
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Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?


I have completed my 11th and now promoted to 12th Science. I have Economics instead of Maths in my HS. But my aim is to study Architecture. For this, I have to appear in NATA. So, I would like to know that Maths is compulsory for NATA or not?




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15th April 2018, 02:25 PM
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Yes, Mathematics is compulsory subject to appear for NATA. You must have to complete your 12th with Mathematics as one of the subject to appear for the NATA examination. But if you are not taken Mathematics in 12th level then you are not eligible to appear for NATA examination.




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15th April 2018, 03:10 PM
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I have completed my 11th and now promoted to 12th Science. I have Economics instead of Maths in my HS. But my aim is to study Architecture. For this, I have to appear in NATA. So, I would like to know that Maths is compulsory for NATA or not?
To appear in NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) you need to be 10+2 pass in any stream. There is no as such restriction on the stream. As you said that you have Economics in high school instead of Mathematics, this is also not a matter of concern. But In the NATA entrance test there is a section of Mathematics, which comprises of 20 Questions of 40 Marks. you will have to attend that subject as you will be appearing in the entrance test. So make sure that you will be okay with that. This is the only hurdle for you.

>> NATA is conducted across the country with an aim to provide a single entrance exam for the Architecture courses for various institutes across the country.
>> This year the exam is scheduled on 29.04.2018.
>> Exam pattern: There will be two part.
PART A:
Mathematics - 20 questions - 40 marks
General Aptitude - 40 questions - 80 marks
PART B:
Drawings (Two questions) in A4 Size paper 2X 40 = 80 Marks
>> Time duration of the test would be 3 hours and the total marks will be 200.




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15th April 2018, 03:44 PM
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The acronym NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

Eligibility criteria:

Academic qualification: 12th from a recognized board with Mathematics as one of the compulsory subject.

Minimum percentage of marks required is 50%.

You can not apply for NATA without studying mathematics in 12th.
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15th April 2018, 04:28 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

** NATA means National Aptitude test in Architecture.

** For this examination candidate must have passed 12th class with Mathematics from a recognized board.

** Also there is no age restriction to eligible for this exam.

** Both male and female candidates are eligible for this exam.
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15th April 2018, 04:36 PM
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NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture. NATA exam is conducted by National Institute of Advance Studies in Architecture.

Yes, Mathematics is compulsory for NATA examination.

The age of candidate must be minimum of 17 years.

Candidate must have minimum 50% marks in class 12th from any recognized board with Mathematics as one of their subjects or equivalent examination.

For more information about examination you can visit at www.nata.in.
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15th April 2018, 04:42 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

Eligibility criteria;

To apply for NATA, a candidate must have done 12th from a recognized board with Mathematics as compulsory subject.

With economics in 12th, you are not eligible for NATA exam.
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15th April 2018, 04:49 PM
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NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture

NATA exam is All India level entrance exam conducted by Central Board of Secondary School for admission to any of the architectural college listed under NATA.


Eligibility criteria:-

12th or equivalent from a recognised Board/ University with PCM as their subjects with at least 50% aggregate marks.

10 + 3 diploma in any stream recognised by Central and State Governments with 50% marks in aggregate or International Baccalaureate diploma after 10 years of schooling,with at least 50% marks in aggregate and with mathematics as compulsory subject of examination.
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15th April 2018, 05:11 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

NATA exam eligibility:

10 + 2 or equivalent from a recognised board / University with mathematics as a subject of examination with at least 50% aggregate marks.

Hence Mathematics is a compulsory subject.
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15th April 2018, 05:54 PM
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Yes, you can appear for NATA after studying Mathematics as on subject at 10+2 level.

NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

NATA exam is conducted by Council of Architecture on an all India basis. The exam is conduct for admission to any of the Architecture college listed under NATA.

Eligibility criteria for NATA:

1. Candidate applying for NATA must have passed 10th board examination or equivalent. And, the candidates applying for B.Arch must have passed 12th class examination or equivalent with 50% marks with Mathematics as one of the subject.

2. Candidates need to secure at least 40% marks in NATA to get admission in B.Arch course.
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15th April 2018, 05:58 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

Yes, for sure. Mathematics is compulsory in 12th to appear for NATA to study B.Arch.

Eligibility criteria for NATA are:-
Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with Mathematics as one of the compulsory subjects.
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15th April 2018, 06:13 PM
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NATA refers to National Aptitude Test in Architecture and same is a national level entrance examination held for offering admission B.Arch degree course across top architectural colleges of India.

The minimum education required for appearing in NATA is a Class 12th in any discipline but with Mathematics as a main subject with at least 50% marks from a recognized board of education.

So, as far you are concerned about the compulsion of Mathematics for NATA then yes Mathematics is a compulsory subject for appearing in NATA and hence to pursue B.Arch degree course.

For more details regarding NATA, you can refer to the link www.nata.in.
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15th April 2018, 06:24 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

Yes, Mathematics is a compulsory subject to appear in NATA exam. The minimum qualification required to appear in NATA is minimum 50% marks in aggregate in class 10+2 and candidates should have Mathematics in class 10+2 as compulsory subject. There is no age limit to apply for the exam.
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15th April 2018, 06:43 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

It is a National Level Entrance Examination which is conducted by NASA for offering admission to undergraduate courses in architecture.

Eligibility criteria required to application in NATA examination is maintained below:-

Candidates who have passed 10th standard or equivalent from a recognised board are eligible to appear in NATA examination.

But, to be eligible to get admission in B.Arch course through NATA examination, you must have to qualify an Aptitude Test in Architecture and have to secure minimum aggregate of 50% marks in 12th standard board examinations with mathematics as one of the subjects from a government recognised board.

There is no specific age required to appear in NATA examination.

So, mathematics as one of the subjects to be eligible to appear in NATA examination.
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15th April 2018, 07:13 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

Yes, definitely Mathematics is compulsory to appear in NATA examination.
In order to appear in this examination a candidate must have passed 10 + 2 with PCM from a recognised board with minimum 50% marks and relaxation of 5% is given to reserved category students.
Minimum age should not be less than 17 years.
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15th April 2018, 07:23 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

Since you are interested in becoming an Architect then for that you need to pursue B.Arch ( Bachelor of Architecture ) degree course.

Further, for pursuing the same degree course from top government or private architecture colleges you need to qualify JEE (Joint Entrance Examination ) Paper II or NATA ( National Aptitude Test in Architecture ).

Also, for appearing in either of these examinations the minimum education required is a higher secondary school degree with Mathematics as the main subject with at least 50% marks from a recognized board of education.

So, it is evident that from above-mentioned criteria that for appearing in NATA, Mathematics is required for must at Class 12th level academics.
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16th April 2018, 09:58 AM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

If you have not completed 10+2 with Mathematics, then you cannot appear for NATA exam. According to eligibility criteria of NATA exam, only those candidates can appear for NATA exam who have passed 10+2 with Mathematics as their compulsory subject.
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16th April 2018, 12:25 PM
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Hello! Yes math is compulsory for Nata in 12th otherwise you are not eligible for Nata . Minimum 50% marks is compulsory for appearing in the exam of nata


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17th April 2018, 10:11 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

The full form of NATA is National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

The eligibility criteria for NATA examination:

1. You must have done 12th from a recognized board. Minimum of 50% marks in board examination is required.

2. Mathematics is necessary in senior secondary board examination to apply for NATA examination.

You can not apply for NATA examination if you have not studied mathematics at 10+2 level.
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18th April 2018, 09:43 AM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

Yes, mathematics is a compulsory subject in higher secondary education to appear for NATA.

NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) is a national level entrance exam conducted once in every year in the month of April/ May.

The basic eligibility required to apply for NATA exam are given below:

- The candidate should have complete 10+2 in any stream with mathematics as one of the subject with minimum 50% from any recognised board. OR
- The candidate who have studied 10+3 in mathematics as one of the subject with 50% from any recognised institution.
- The candidates studied or appearing for final year exams are also eligible to apply for the NATA exam.

Since you have studied 10+2 in science without mathematics you are not eligible for appearing NATA exam.

For more information you can visit the official website of NATA.
You can check the PDF for more detailed information about the exam.
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18th April 2018, 08:25 PM
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Default Re: Is Maths compulsory in 12th to appear in NATA?

NATA refers to National Aptitude Test in Architecture and it is held for offering admission in B.Arch ( Bachelor of Architecture ) degree course in private architectural colleges other than CFTIs.

The minimum education required for appearing in NATA is a higher secondary school degree with Mathematics as one of the main subjects with at least 50% marks from a recognized board of education.

So, without having Mathematics as a main subject at your Class 12th level academics you are not eligible for appearing in NATA.

For more details related to NATA, you can refer to the link .www.nata.in.
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