NTA launches National Aptitude Test
NTA NAT 2021: National Testing Agency (NTA) has launched a National Aptitude Test (NAT 2021) pilot for students in the age group of 13 to 25 years. It will help the students to choose a better career. NTA has invited online applications for this test. Interested candidates can apply for the examination on the official website nat.nta.ac.in till October 18.
No fee is applicable for appearing in this test issued by NTA (National Testing Agency). This test (NTA NAT 2021) will help school students and youth in the age group of 13 to 25 to assess their conceptual understanding in a scientific manner. The National Aptitude Test has been announced for the first time to help them make better career decisions.
NTA gave information
Regarding the National Aptitude Test (NTA 2021), the NTA has said that ‘the right candidate will be admitted in the best institutes, which will give India its demographic dividend.’ The exam (NTA NAT 2021) will be conducted free of cost and purely for the benefit of all the candidates. It will be conducted over two days for different age groups and NTA has given freedom to the candidates to choose their exam centre.
Keep these dates in mind
Starting date of application process for NAT 2021 – October 11, 2021
Last date to apply for NET – October 18, 2021
Exam date for Level 1 (13 – 15 years) and Level 2 (16 – 18 years) – 23 October 2021
Exam date for Level 3 (19 – 21 years) and Level 4 (22 – 25 years) – October 24, 2021
apply like this
- To apply, candidates have to first visit the official website nat.nta.ac.in.
- On the homepage of the website, click on NAT 2021 Online Registration.
- Alternatively, candidates can also click on the link provided here by NTA to apply for NAT 2021.
- Click on New Registration or Sign In.
- Give all your details and start filling the application form.
- Upload the requested documents there and click on submit.
- Your National Aptitude Test, NAT 2021 Form will be submitted.
- Download and take a print out of the same for future references.
The agency (NTA) is targeting to cover around 5,200 candidates in the first two categories and 5,000 in the third and fourth categories during the pilot. NTA has invited online applications from the candidates who wish to appear in the examination.
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