NATA Score Card 2019 – Check NATA Scores and Download Scorecard

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NATA score card is an important documentation validating candidates NATA 2019 exam qualification in the admission process. The NATA score card of NATA 2019 exam is to be kept in soft and hard copy for future references post-NATA exam.

The NATA 2019 Results will release in the second week of June 2019 by the Council of Architecture (COA) and the revised exam results will come out by three to four days post result declaration on the official website of NATA. Candidates can check the results on the NATA website using the application number and Date of Birth.

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2019 is conducted by the Council of Architecture (COA) for admissions to 5-year architecture programmes in NATA scores accepting institutions across India.

NATA 2018 scores are valid only for one academic year(2019-2020).

NATA Score Card

The NATA 2019 result and NATA score card will be available in three formats:

  • Total Marks obtained out of 200 and in each section separately.
  • Merit listing: on marks basis and tie-breaking rules.
  • The percentile score the aggregate percentage score on the basis of merit listing.

Criteria for NATA Qualifying marks

  • Candidate should score a minimum of 25% in MCQ portion (30 & 20 in general aptitude and mathematics respectively )
  • Candidate should score min. of 25% in Drawing portion (20 out of 80)
  • Overall qualifying marks min of 50% (out of 200)on basis of the post-exam statistics and at the discretion of the Council.

The qualification does not guarantee admission in top NATA score accepting colleges.

NATA 2018 Result – Important Dates

Events Dates(tentative)
NATA 2019 last week of April 2019
NATA Result declaration second week of June 2019

NATA Scorecard 2019

  • The qualified candidates can download the NATA 2019 scorecard from the official NATA portal.
  • NATA scorecard is valid for one academic year.
  • It is mandatory for every qualified candidate to carry NATA scorecard at the time of admissions.

How to calculate NATA Score?

To calculate the NATA score candidate need to be aware of the NATA exam pattern and marking scheme.

A brief explanation of the NATA exam Pattern and marking scheme

  1. The NATA exam consists of two parts namely part A comprising MCQ mathematics and general aptitude questions
  2. Part B is the offline mode test comprising the drawing test.
  3. The marks allotted to Part A questions are equal for each question that is 2 marks each
  4. The marks for Part B is 20 marks each for two questions.
  5. The cutoff is determined by calculating the aggregate min, percentage required to qualify the NATA 2019 exam.

The NATA score card contains the total marks and merit list. The colleges calculate NATA score by taking into account both the NATA scores and 12 class percentage.

There is an Average of 12 class Marks and NATA Score. NATA score divides by 2 and 12 class marks percentage is added.

For Example:- Boards Percentage-70

NATA score-90/200

NATA Score ÷2= 90÷2= 45

70+45=115/200

Merit scores come out of 200

NATA Cut-off 2019

NATA cut-off 2019 is the minimum marks that candidates have to score in order to become eligible to participate in the counseling process for admission in undergraduate architecture programmes.

The qualifying cut-off marks of NATA 2019 will release by COA.

Subject Qualifying Marks Total Marks
Mathematics & General Aptitude 30 120
Drawing 20 80
Aggregate 70 200

For qualification the 50% marks are necessary. Candidate should have a minimum of 80 NATA score out of 200. The NATA participating colleges publish their individual merit lists on the basis of candidates’ ranks. The NATA score for top architecture college is around 150+. The minimum NATA score of top architecture college is 100 and it may vary year by year.

The good NATA score is around 100 and with it, the 12 class percentage is an important part for good NATA merit. The highest NATA score ever achieved is 166.

NATA 2019 cut-off will be made available by the individual institutes on the basis of marks prescribed by the COA, the minimum required for admission in the particular institute and number of seats available in the institutes, etc.