NAT 2011 Exam Pattern
National Aptitude Test (NAT) is an All India Level Common Entrance
Test administered under the aegis of SRDE's Association of Higher Education Institutions (SAHEI),
Delhi. The Entrance Test is available for students at the Under Graduate (NAT-UG)
and the Post Graduate (NAT-PG) levels for fulfilling the requirements of different
Higher Education Institutions on a common platform and thereby enabling access to
various Professional, Vocational, Management and Allied programmes like BBA, BCA
etc. at the UG and MBA, PGDM etc. at the PG levels in these Institutions. Here given
the National Aptitude Test Preparation Tips.
NAT 2011 exam pattern consist of English Language
Comprehension, Socio-Economic Environment, Quantitative Skills, Intelligence & Critical
Reasoning and Data Analysis etc. If you want to crack the NAT entrance exam then
first of all you must understand their test pattern. English comprehension refers
to the understanding and analysis of the English language. The principles of English
comprehension are important in reading, writing and literary analysis. It involves
understanding the words and sentence construction, as well as making interpretations
and connections between these words, sentences, and paragraphs. In order to learn
English comprehension, listen to verbal communication, read books, newspapers analyse
poetry, study grammar, and create vocabulary lists.
The Socio-economic section consist of socio-economic development, usually in terms
of improvements in metrics related questions such as GDP, life expectancy, literacy,
levels of employment, etc. It includes the relation of economics to social values.
A distinct supplemental usage describes social economics as "a discipline studying
the reciprocal relationship between economic science on the one hand and social
philosophy, ethics, and human dignity on the other" toward social reconstruction
and improvement or as also emphasizing multidisciplinary methods from such fields
as sociology, history, and political science.
Quantitative ability and Data Analysis are often considered the more difficult and
challenging sections in the entrance exam. If you want to ace the test, these logic-based
sections need to be given attention. Practising and evaluating your ability to calculate
faster online will increase speed and help achieve accuracy, if done regularly and
everyday. Quantitative reasoning ability needs to be honed through regular online
testing and analysis. Comparative intelligence sets you apart from the lakhs of
students answering the entrance exam.
Intelligence section consist of coding & decoding, decision making, series, data
arrangement and Critical reasoning section consist of statement argument, statement
assumption, statement conclusion etc. If you want to become strong in that section
then do study hard, seriously and regularly. Try to solve the coding & decoding
questions, data arrangement, statement argument as well as statement conclusion
questions. For that, you have to do practice and only practice. When you will do
National Aptitude Test Preparation for above sections
then do study with time management is an important tip.
Because time management is very important factor used in exam. For that, try to
solve the previous years question papers or mock test online hence you will get
the core idea about the time management and specify time for particular section.
This will help you in the examination and you will solve the all papers. Follow
simple National Aptitude Test Preparation Tips
and solve the paper with confidently, accurately you will get good marks.