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NAT Exam Pattern

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NAT Exam Pattern 2014 for UG and PG Courses

The National Aptitude Test (NAT) is a national level Common Entrance Test conducted for the admission of the candidates in different professional, management and allied courses under both under graduate as well as post graduate levels. The exam offers admission in the following main courses namely: BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration); BCA (Bachelor of Computer Applications); MBA (Master of Business Administration) and MCA (Master of Computer Applications) respectively. The candidates who are preparing for the concerned exam can go through the paper pattern including the qualifying criteria in the concerned exam from the information given as below.

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Paper Pattern for NAT:

For Under Graduate Courses:

There will be objective type questions on the following main topics:

Section I: English Comprehension & Language: 30 Questions

Section II: General Knowledge: 40 Questions

Section III: Numerical Ability: 30 Questions

Section IV: Non Verbal & Verbal Reasoning: 30 Questions and

Section V: Socio Economic Environment: 40 Questions

Total Number of Questions: 170

Total Marks Allotted: 170

Total Time Allotted: 150 Minutes/ two hours and 30 minutes

The candidates will have to attempt all the questions for qualifying in the exam. For each question the students will be evaluated in the form of 1 mark.

For Post Graduate Courses:

There will be objective type question paper having questions on the following main topics:

Section I: English Language Comprehension: 40 Questions

Section II: Socio-Economic Environment: 40 Questions

Section III: Quantitative Skills: 40 Questions

Section IV: Intelligence & Critical Reasoning: 40 Questions and

Section V: Data Analysis: 40 Questions

Total Number of Questions: 200

Total Marks Allotted: 200

Total Time Allotted: 150 Minutes/ two hours and 30 minutes

Exam Centres for NAT:

Agra, Jaipur, Alwar, Indore, Bangalore, Hisar, Bhubaneswar, Ghaziabad, Chandigarh, Faridabad, Dehradun, Delhi, Jammu, Shimla, Kanpur, Roorkee, Kolkata, Ranchi, Lucknow, Pune, Mathura, Patna and Meerut respectively

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Eligibility for NAT:

The candidates in order to appear in the NAT UG Exam should be Intermediate/ Class 12th passed from any recognized Boards of India. The candidates in order to appear in the NAT PG Exam should be having an under graduate degree from any UGC recognized universities/ colleges of India.

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