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The key information about NATA

This form is created exclusively for the people those who are interested in NATA, JEE or Architecture. NATA coaching centres are usually providing an orientation sessions throughout their training period. A student, attending this session gets many opportunities to correct his/her incorrect view about NATA. Council of architecture has already published the FAQ (Frequently asked questions) on their official website. It covers the NATA Score, Examination schedule, Eligibility criteria, Passing Score and admission cut-off, Exanimation Registration and fee details, Mode of examination, etc. Even though, to avail the clarity or an in-depth explanation about the key points mentioned above and more than it are strongly recommended.

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