Tips to Crack NATA

NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture. It is not a super tough nut to crack if you start early and prepare the right way. Like any other competitive exams, NATA too requires hard work, dedication, attention, patience, analysis power, practicing expansively, to score well.

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Ground work need to be done for preparing oneself for the NATA exam:

  • Improve your freehand drawing.
  • Always carry a pencil and a sketch pad and in the free time sketch anything at whatever comes to your mind; only thing is it has to be sensible.
  • It could be scenery, or representation or anything you wish you.
  • Get in touch with professional Architectures to know more about this profession, also keep good contacts with them so to get updates on refining your skill.
  • Visit construction sites and talk to local site workers. Observe how construction is done. Field wok knowledge is always useful.
  • Identify different types of pencils and pressure, and to hold it must be polished well to become a professional architect.
  • Discuss and show your design works with as many people as possible.
  • An artist must be able to express through their art.
  • No design is popular lest the creator/architect can clarify it accurately.
  • Do not waste time roaming around. During your holidays, join for short term courses; pursue internship at a local architect etc.
  • Try and work towards sustainable and recyclable designs.
  • Follow blogs or subscribe to magazines related to architectural designs to get an insight to keep yourself informed on the developments.

Innovation has no end, every creative mind can build and idea and turn it into rock solid reality. Career in Architect is so much on demand, that even a fresher earns a decent package. Excited? You too can catch hold of that opportunity; join A NATA coaching in Chennai to be one of the leading architects.

 

 

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