NATA ENTRANCE EXAM

RYDBERG LEARNING offers following courses to students whose dream is to crack NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) .

Our 2-year Classroom programme for NATA simultaneously prepares the students for Class XII Board (Science Stream). We provide Board Support Materials and Unit & Mock Tests for All Boards for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

2 yrs. Classroom programmes has two academic sessions

Why RYDBERG is different ?

To score high marks in NATA a student needs to concentrate on different topics and work on a detailed syllabus that he can manage and learn thoroughly. Recent past observations reveals that:

Methodology of Teaching: Our research-based guidance performance offers concept-based learning through interactive classes in a competitive environment. 

 

Eminent Teachers: Specialist faculty members having Doctorate degree with enviable track records are constantly analysing and dissecting the syllabus and patterns of questions, that brings assured success to students.

 

Research Team: Our Academic Research Team helps in preparing Study Material and Question Papers. This ensures that the students will be able to answer these questions only if they have understood the topics thoroughly.

 

Tests and Assessment: To ensure that the students have learned what the teachers have taught, regular Class Tests, Unit Tests, Quiz Tests and Mock Tests are conducted. Study of every topic is followed by tests which are assessed by the teachers. Corrective actions are taken and Special Classes are organized, as and when needed, for weaker students.

 

Online Tests: PCM part of NATA exam is conducted by CoA through online mode where students give their answers in the computers provided to them.

So, RYDBERG offers Online Exam practice for students providing them computers and a huge server-based networking system. We support all technical knowledges about the online exam procedure and also develop Mobile App for giving online exam.

 

Feedback: Analysing of answer sheets are done at both micro-level and macro-level. This helps teachers to pinpoint the weak links as well as the strong areas in the learning process of a student.