Updated On : July 12, 2023
Summary: There is more of the NATA revision process than an actual preparations in the last month! Here's everything you need to revise before you appear for the exam.
For all students hoping to be accepted into B. Arch courses through NATA, the last month is critical. In the last month of your preparation, you must revise all the topics thoroughly.
The Council of Architecture will soon release the official brochure of NATA 2024 exam on their official website, we hope you have started with your revision process.
Let's dig in to understand how to prepare for NATA in one month?
Our experts at Creative Edge (a pioneer in providing the best online guidance for design exams) recommend practising many sample questions in the last month of your NATA preparation.
Avoid learning new topics that might confuse you at the last moment.
Focus on improving your time management skills, speed, and accuracy in the final exam.
It is important to revise all the concepts and formulas as per the syllabus and make the best Study Plan for NATA to cover the syllabus on time.
Check out the table below and understand the topics or NATA syllabus to be covered every day.
|Day 1||Conceptualization and Visualization through structuring objects in memory||Objects, Texture Related to Architecture and Environment||Algebra|
|Day 2||Practising perspective-based drawing questions||Interpretation of pictorial compositions||Logarithms|
|Day 3||Conceptualization and Visualization through structuring objects in memory||Visualizing three-dimensional objects from a two-dimensional drawing||Matrices|
|Day 4||Aesthetics, colour texture, harmony and contrast||Visualizing different sides of 3D objects||Trigonometry|
|Day 5||Conceptualization and Visualization through structuring objects in memory||Analytical Reasoning||Coordinate Geometry|
|Day 6||Drawing of patterns - both geometrical and abstract||Mental ability (visual, numerical and verbal),||Coordinate geometry|
|Day 7||Form transformations in 2D and 3D like union, subtraction, rotation, surfaces and volumes||General awareness of national/ international architects and famous architectural creations||3-Dimensional Co-ordinate geometry|
|Day 8||Generating plan, elevation and 3D views of objects||Mathematical reasoning||Theory of Calculus|
|Day 9||Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shapes and forms||Mathematical reasoning||Application of Calculus|
|Day 10||Perspective drawing||Sets and Relations||Permutation and combination|
|Day 11||Sketching of urbanscape and landscape||Sets and Relations||Statistics and Probability|
|Day 12||Common day-to-day life objects like furniture, equipment etc., from memory||Practise mocks||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 13||Understanding the Scale and Proportion of Objects||Practice Sample Papers||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 14||Geometric Composition||Practice Sample Papers||Practice Sample Papers|
|Day 15||Shape, Building forms and Elements||Practice Mock Test||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 16||Aesthetics, colour texture, harmony and contrast||Practice Sample Papers||Practice Sample Papers|
|Day 17||Conceptualization and Visualization through structuring objects in memory||Practice previous year's papers||Practice previous year's papers|
|Day 18||Drawing of patterns - both geometrical and abstract||Practice previous year's papers||Practice previous year's papers|
|Day 19||Form transformations in 2D and 3D like union, subtraction, rotation, surfaces and volumes||Practice previous year's papers||Practice previous year's papers|
|Day 20||Generating plan, elevation and 3D views of objects||Practice sample papers & mock test||Practice sample papers & mock test|
|Day 21||Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shapes and forms||Practice sample papers & mock test||Practice sample papers & mock test|
|Day 22||Perspective drawing||Revision||Revision|
|Day 23||Sketching of urbanscape and landscape||Practice sample papers||Practice sample papers|
|Day 24||Common day-to-day life objects like furniture, equipment etc., from memory||Practice Mock Test||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 25||Practice Drawing Questions from previous year's papers||Practice previous year's papers||Practice previous year's papers|
|Day 26||Practice Drawing Questions from previous year's papers||Practice previous year's papers||Practice previous year's papers|
|Day 27||Practice Drawing Questions from previous year's papers||Practice sample papers & mock test||Practice sample papers & mock test|
|Day 28||Practice Drawing Questions from previous year's papers||Re-Revision||Re-Revision|
|Day 29||Take Rest||Re-Revision||Re-Revision|
|Day 30||Take Rest||Rest||Rest|
Revise all the important concepts and read through GK magazines, newspapers and current affairs.
Practice as many NATA Aptitude Questions as possible from the previous year's papers; this will help you know the type of questions that can be asked in the exam.
Focus more on
The questions asked in this mathematics section are mainly based on the 12th-grade syllabus. Revise all the important formulas from CBSE textbooks regularly.
Solve NATA Mock Tests to analyze your preparation levels and try to overcome the mistakes.
Practice questions based on
The drawing section in the NATA exam is comparatively easy if you are good at sketching.
Following NATA Drawing Preparation Tips would definitely help you fetch more marks.
Practice as many perspective questions as possible to get an idea about the scale and proportion of the images.
Check: NATA exam pattern 2024
In conclusion, the NATA exam is challenging and requires thorough preparation and dedication.
These tips have provided a useful guide to help you maximize your chances of success on the exam.
Remember to focus on the basics, create a study plan, practice regularly, and stay motivated to reach your goals. With the right preparation and dedication, you can pass the NATA exam and pursue your dream of becoming an architect.
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