The drawing paper will be examined by the designated examiners over the internet in absence of the candidate and marks will be uploaded to NATA server. The drawing papers are scanned and uploaded to the NATA server for the purpose, within four hours of printing the question paper. NATA administrator reserves the rights to moderate the marks given by the examiners to achieve parity.
During the computer based test, with adaptive testing, an examinee is administered a set of questions with a difficulty level that is specifically designed to match the examinee’s ability level. The mathematical process for calculating a score in this situation incorporates the statistical properties of the questions, the examinee’s performance on the questions, and the number of questions that are answered.
The candidate may collect his/ her score card from the Test Center where the candidate appeared, in person on fourth day of appearing for the test or later. Alternatively, on specific request in writing to the center in charge, they can be mailed to the candidate, at his / her risk, approximately 3 to 4 days after the candidate takes the test. For receiving the marklist / Score card by Mail, the candidate shall handover to the Test Center in-charge application requesting marklist by mail together with Self-addressed Envelope suitably stamped.
Note: Delay in declaration of result may occur due to unavoidable circumstances.