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About National Aptitude Test NAT 2021

NTA firmly believes that the right candidates joining the best institutions will give India her demographic dividend. It envisages that besides acquired knowledge and skills, it should include skills for future that would be expected in them, say after 5 years. These are Technical Skills, Creativity, Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Analytical Thinking, Growth Mindset, Decision Making, Inter-personnel Communication, Adaptability have been identified as skills for the future. Therefore NTA is planning to conduct National Aptitude Test-Ability Profiler.

The Aptitude test is one of the most difficult Tests. Aptitude is hidden. The test is to diagnose and predict. Any test that is not standardized or pilot study not done cannot be used for large administration and predictive purposes. The concerns emerged during various studies revealed that-

(a) 65% of the jobs our students will be doing in the future do not even exist today.

(b) Employers seek abilities like critical thinking, problem solving, innovations and creativity in their human capital but these abilities were deficient in about 70% school pass-outs.

(c) Considering skills gap is much evident, including in digital jobs that require graduates with relevant mathematical, science, and engineering Backgrounds.

National Aptitude Test NAT 2021 Details

The test is in Internet-based mode. The candidates can appear in the test from their place of stay using desktops, mobile phones, laptops, etc.

– The total duration of the test is 120 minutes.

– This test consists of 9 Domains.

– The medium of the Question paper will be in English only.

– Each domain consists of 10 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

– Each domain has 10 questions carrying 1 mark each. It will be an Online Test of 2 hours duration. The total is 90 marks.

– Candidates are not allowed to use calculators or any other electronic device.

– Candidates will be awarded one mark for each correct answer. There is no negative Marking.

 – The test is free of cost.

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The webinar will be conducted for candidates on 19th October 2021 (Tuesday) for giving them orientation regarding the National Aptitude Test:

Level – 1 (13-15 Years)3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M
Level – 2 (16-18 Years)
Level – 3 (19-21 Years)5:00 P.M. to 6:00 PM
Level – 4 (22-25 Years
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