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NATA

NATA Exam pattern Paper 1 – Aesthetic Sensitivity 100 marks – 40 questions Paper 2 –

Exam pattern

Paper 1 – Aesthetic Sensitivity

100 marks – 40 questions

Paper 2 – Drawing

100 marks – 3 questions

Understanding the pattern

Aesthetic Sensitivity Paper :- 100 marks

1. Antonym (opposite) relationship

2. Cause and effect relationship

3. Classification relationship

4. Comparative relationship

5. Degree of difference intensity relationship

6. Family relationship

7. Functional relationship

8. Gender relationship

9. Habit relationship

10. Place relationship

11. Purpose relationship

12. Quality relations

13. Qualitative relationship

14. Sequential time relationship

15. WORD ANALOGY

16. VERBAL REASONING

17. SERIES COMPLETION

18. Indian Architects

19. Mental Ability

Drawing paper:

Exam Paper

Topic

Weightage

Topic in Adv Arch Manual

Sessions #

Q.1.

       

Imagine that your size has been reduced significantly and you are standing in a pencil box that has three pencils, one sharpener, and one compass, one small piece of paper, one eraser and one fountain pen. Draw what you would see standing inside the pencil box with the lid of the box open.

Memory

50 / 100

Memory Drawing

10

sessions

Q.2.

 

25/100

   

Draw a visually appealing composition using the five given shapes and colour it using four colours. You can use any shape more than once. However each shape has to be used at least once.

Design

Design 2 D DESIGN 6 Session

06

sessions

ADVANCED

ARCHITECTURE

 

2 D SESSION

Q.3.

       

Make an interesting three dimensional stable composition using three bottles, two balls and one lampshade in the space provided. Also show the effect of light and shadow on the Composition.

Constructing

25/100

AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY

06

session

Balance

 

Structure

Only three Question in this pattern

 

100/100

 

22

session

ARCH CET

ARCH CET Exam pattern Paper 1 – Aesthetic Sensitivity & Drawing 200 marks

Exam pattern

Paper 1 – Aesthetic Sensitivity & Drawing 200 marks

Understanding the pattern

Aesthetic Sensitivity (100 marks)

Exam Paper

Topic

Weightag

Topic in Adv Arch Manual

Sessio

e

ns #

Q.1. From a given 2-D shape make a Sketch of 3-D object

Isometric

14 / 100

Isometric Drawing, Plan & Elevation

3

sessio

   

ns

Q.2. From a given 3-D object make a drawing of one face

Plan & Elevation

14/100

Isometric Drawing, Plan & Elevation

3

sessio

   

ns

Q.3. Count the surfaces of the object

Non

14/100

Non

0

sessio

ns

Q.4. Draw the shadow of object considering the direction of light

Pscyagraphy

14/100

Pscyagraphy /light & shade

12

Sessio

 

n

Q.5. Use the forms and construct a structure

Constructing Balance Structure

14/100

Constructing Balance Structure

6

sessio

   

ns

Q.6. Composition in a rectangle with shapes of your choice

Color & Design

15/100

DRAWING SESSION Enlarging and

3

Painting on Design - 6 Session

sessio

 

ns

Q.7. Color the composition

Color & Design

15 /100

DRAWING SESSION Enlarging and

3

Sessio

100/100

Painting on Design - 6 Session

ns

Drawing (100 marks)

Exam Paper

Topic

Weightage

Topic in Adv Arch Manual

Sessions #

Q.1. Draw a memory sketch (On the given theme)

Memory

50

/ 100

Memory Drawing

10 sessions

Q.5. Enlarge and colour the drawing

Design

50

/ 100

 

06 Session

Color

 

Drawing and Design

DRAWING SESSION

Enlarging and Painting on Design - 6 Session

Only 2 question in this paper pattern

Total

100/100

   

AIEEE

AIEEE Exam pattern Student aspiring to do the B.Arch / B.Planning courses will have to appear

Exam pattern

Student aspiring to do the B.Arch / B.Planning courses

will have to appear for paper 2

Which will be conducted from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm hrs?

This exam will consist of mathematics, aptitude on

Drawing & architecture and a drawing test.

Paper 2

the paper is of 414 marks but it keeps on changing.

Paper 2 has three sections:

Mathematics (Objective Type Questions)

Aptitude (Objective Type Questions)

Drawing (Questions to test drawing aptitude)

Exam Paper

Topic

Weight age

Topic in Adv Arch Manual

Sessions #

Q.1.

       

Mathematics-30Questions

Mathematics

144

0

sessions

Q. NO.1 TO 19 & 26 TO 30=4 Q.20 TO 25 = 8

No ( this Q.Base on CBSC Pattern)

Q.2.

   

This part will be covered

 

Aptitude (Objective Type Questions )

Aptitude

200

with the NATA (Aesthetic Sensitivity) Q.set no. 8

0

sessions

Q.2.

       

Drawing (Questions to test drawing aptitude)

Memory

35

Memory

16

session

Design

35

Design 2 D DESIGN 6 Session

06

sessions

Only three Question in this pattern

 

414

 

22

session

Drawing paper

Exam Paper

Topic

Weightage

Topic in Adv Arch Manual

Sessions #

Q.1.

Memory

35/ 70

Memory Drawing

10

sessions

Q.2.

Design

35/70

Design 2 D DESIGN 6 Session

06

sessions

Only three Question in this pattern

 

100/100

 

22

session

Mapping the Adv Arch manual To the paper patterns

Topic

Sessions#

NATA marks

Arch CET marks

AIEEE marks

Memory

16

session

Paper 2 – 50/100 marks

Paper 2 – 50/100 marks

Paper 2 – 35/414 marks

Design

12

session

Paper 2 – 25/100 marks

Paper 2 – 50/100 marks

Paper 2 – 35 /414marks

Isometric/ Plan & Elevation

06

session

Paper 1 – 30/100 marks

Paper 1– 28/100 marks

Paper 1 – 80/200 marks

Pscyagarphy /light & Shade

12

session

NO

Paper 1– 14/100 marks

Paper 1– 00/200 marks

Constructing Balance Stru.

06

session

Paper 1– 25/100 marks

Paper 1– 14/100 marks

Paper 1– 00/100 marks

All bottom question are expected In NATA / AIEEE exam Antonym (opposite) relationship

Example:

URBAN : RURAL : :

:

a) Rapid : rage c) Wisdom : age

b) Vice : virtue d) Trifling : frivolous

Answer: (b) Urban and rural are opposites and so are vice and virtue.

Characterization relationship

Characterization could be (a) proper or (b) opposite.

Characterization could be that of a person, place or thing.

The first term characterizes or is characterized by the second term.

Example:

BAROQUE : ARCHITECTURE : :

:

a)

Autocrat : beaurocrat

b) Delectation : delight

c)

Florid : flamboyant

d) Glitz : gypsy

Answer: (d) Baroque refers to elaborate European Architecture of the 17 th century. Glitz refers to the tasteless showiness and could be related to a gypsy.

Cause and effect relationship

This is a relationship between words of action and effect and vice versa.

Example:

MARATHON: FATIGUE : :

a) Baton : race

c) Grief : tears

:

b) Fever : virus

d) Practice : fail

Answer: (c) Taking part in a marathon causes fatigue. Grief can make a person shed tears….

Classification relationship

Classification of words can be physical, chemical, biological, or on any other basis. The relationship between the first two words will determine the answer between the second set of words.

E.g. Cars and trucks can be classified as vehicles – physical classification.

Magnesium and Sodium can be classified as elements – chemical classification.

Bison and hippopotamus can be classified as wild animals – biological classification.

Example:

TOAD : AMPHIBIAN : :

:

a)

Whale : blubber

b) Beluga : mammal

c)

Shark : dolphin

d) Octopus : starfish

Answer: (b) A toad is an amphibian and Beluga (white whale) is a mammal.

Comparative relationship

Here are word pairs that are generally used in comparison or through common sayings.

FEATHER : LIGHT : :

:

a)

Blue : ribbon

b) Fire : strong

c)

Black : coal

d) High : eagle

Answer: (c) As light as a feather and as black as coal are sayings / expressions of words paired for comparison.

Degree of difference / intensity relationship

Here, the meaning of the two words of the question pair may be almost the same, very close or they may have a close relationship. But one of them is stronger, greater or more intense, thus displaying a degree of intensity between the two.

Example:

ABUNDANT : SURPLUS : :

:

a)

Austere : ascetic

b) Static : inert

c)

Spend : splurge

d) Voracious :

ravenous

Answer: (c) Abundant is plentiful and surplus is more than enough. Similarly spend is to pay out in a normal way whereas splurge here could refer to overspending.

Family relationship

This overlaps with classification. Here two words of the question pair are clubbed as a family. Find the pair that closely resembles this question pair.

Example:

1. LION : CHEETAH : :

:

a)

Buffalo : chicken

b) Cat : rabbit

c)

Dog : wolf

d) Jackal : zebra

Answer: (c) Lion and cheetah (cats, tigers, leopards too) belong to the cat family. Dog and wolf (jackals and foxes too) belong to the dog family.

Functional relationship

As the name implies, the words in the question pair are a relationship between a subject and its function. Select the answer pair that best represents it.

Example:

JAIL : CRIMINAL : :

a) Coyote: woods

c) Aviary: birds

:

b) Bees : apiary

d) Fish : aquarium

Answer: (c) A jail is used to house criminals. An aviary is a large enclosure where birds are kept.

Gender relationship

This is a relationship pertaining to gender – masculine / feminine. When there is more than one answer the sequence will be the deciding factor.

Example:

COB : PEN : :

:

a)

Squaw : brave

b) Witch : wizard

c)

Gander : goose

d) Bee : drone

Answer: (c) An adult male swan is called a cob; a female, a pen. Referring to geese, a male is a gander and a female a goose.

Habit relationship

Example:

EMPEROR : MAJESTIC : :

:

a)

Judge : wisdom

b) Lion : aggressive

c)

Hostile : bison

d) Gorilla : intimidate

Answer: (b) An emperor is majestic. A lion is aggressive - note the grammatical relationship.

Place relationship

This is a relationship with reference to place. It can be asked in various ways. The relationship between the two words of the question pair will help you find the answer pair.

Example:

ATHENS : GREECE::

:

a)

Indonesia : Jakarta

b) Norway : Sweden

c)

Dublin : Budapest

d) Brussels : Belgium

Answer: (d) Athens is the capital of Greece. Brussels is the capital of Belgium.

Purpose relationship

Example:

OIL : LUBRICATE : :

:

a)

Cake : butter

b) Vinegar : sour

c)

Sugar : sweeten

d) Bake : oven

Answer: (c) Oil is used to lubricate. Sugar is used to sweeten.

Quality relationship

The pair of words here has a subject and a quality that defines it. Find a suitable pair to match it.

Example:

WORKER: PAINSTAKING : :

a) Hearty : meal

c) Tangible : evidence

:

b) Scholar : diligent

d) Faithful : dog

Answer: (b) Painstaking, defines the quality of the worker. Diligent, defines the quality of the scholar.

Qualitative relationship

Here are pairs of words pertaining to quality. Find the pair closest in relationship to the question pair.

Example:

HOT : COLD : :

:

a)

Tender : taste

b) Freeze : burn

c)

Pale : bright

d) Strength :

weakness

Answer: (c) Hot and cold refers to quality. Pale and bright is similar in function (the other options are seemingly close but differ grammatically).

Raw Material and finished product relationship

Example:

LATEX : RUBBER: :

a) Road : asphalt

c) Whey : curd

:

b) Cheese : milk

d) Hide : leather

Answer: (d) Rubber is made by processing latex. Leather is made by tanning hide.

Sequential / time relationship

The question pair here shows a sequence of events / time in its relationship. Pick out the pair that is closest in relationship to it.

Example:

DAWN : NOON : :

:

a)

Slow : steady

b) Medicine : fever

c)

Storm : squall

d) Summer : autumn

Answer: (d) Dawn is followed by noon. Summer is followed by autumn.

SERIES COMPLETION

In this type of non-verbal test, two sets of figures pose the problem. The sets are called Problem Figures and Answer Figures. Each problem figure changes in design from the preceding one. The answer figure set contains 4 or 5 figures marked A, B, C, D, E. You are required to choose the correct answer figure, which would best continue the series. These tests are based on pattern perception tests, originally devised in England by LS Penrose.

Example

Study the problem figures marked 1,2 and 3 caftfully and try to establish the relationship between them. From the answer figures marked A, B, C, D and E pick out the figure which most appropriately completes the series.

the figure which most appropriately completes the series. Answer E Explanation Note the direction of arrow

Answer E

Explanation

Note the direction of arrow which changes alternately. The dots are also changing alternately. Hefice, we are looking for a figure in which the arrow points down and the dots and positimed as in figure 2.

Rotative Type

The various elements in the diagrams move in a specific manner. They may rotate in clockwise or anti-clockwise direction.

Example

may rotate in clockwise or anti-clockwise direction. Example Answer C Explanation: The black dot is moving

Answer C

Explanation:

The black dot is moving clockwise inside and small circle is moving clockwise outside the rectangular figure.

VERBAL REASONING

Verbal reasoning is a test of logical reasoning, common sense and a fair knowledge of the English language. These tests use words, letters and numbers and also necessitate a reasonable measure of technical, scientific and mathematical knowledge.

WORD ANALOGY

Word analogies test your skill in logical thinking by finding a relationship between words. You are given a pair of words in capital letters – the question pair. This pair is followed by four pairs marked (a) to (d), one of which is the answer. Establish a relationship between the two words of the question pair. Then select a pair from the second set that has a similar or the closest relationship to the first pair.

WISDOM : FOLLY : :

:

a)

Valiant : brave b) Suave : debonair

c)

Victory : defeat d) Star : constellation

At first, establish a relationship between the two words of the question pair.

Then, look at the four choices and search for the answer pair with the same relationship.

WISDOM and FOLLY are opposites. VICTORY and DEFEAT are opposites too. The answer is (c)

WISDOM : FOLLY : : VICTORY : DEFEAT

This is read as “wisdom is to folly as victory is to defeat” - the colon ( : ) is a symbol that means “is to” and shows that the two words are related in some way. The double colon ( :: ) between the two pairs means “as” showing that the second set of words bears the same relationship.

Note: These questions can be asked in different ways as shown with the examples below:

Type 1

RIDE : SADDLE : :

:

a)

Swim : breath b) Novel : read

c)

Dive : snorkel c) Shaft : engine

Answer: (c) A saddle is used for riding. A snorkel is used for diving.

Ratio Based Series Theory Complication of series Multi Relational Series Non Verbal- Spotting the Odd one

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