Saturday, June 24, 2017

NAT Online Tests with answers

National Aptitude Test is for admissions in NTS associated universities / DAIs (degree awarding institutes). The candidates will appear in a single test only and will stand eligible for admission to all universities in the respective subject group.

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There are four sections in the NTS NAT tests, which are as under:

  1. English/Verbal Reasoning
  2. Analytical Reasoning
  3. Quantitative Reasoning
  4. Subject Knowledge

    Verbal Reasoning MCQs:

    Verbal reasoning tests access your understanding and comprehension skills. The easier verbal reasoning test, such as sentence completion, comprehension and analogies, measures your ability to use the English language. You will be presented with a short passage of text and will need to answer a True, False or Cannot Say response to each statement.

    Analytical Reasoning MCQs :

    The Analytical reasoning test is also called the conceptual reasoning test. It measures your lateral thinking skills or fluid intelligence, which are your ability to quickly identify patterns, logical rules and trends in new data, integrate this information, and apply it to solve problems. It measures what most people would refer to as ‘ street smarts’ and the ability to ‘think on your feet’.

    Quantitative Reasoning MCQs:

    The Quantitative Reasoning  test measures your  mathematical concepts , ability to interpret, analyse and draw logical conclusions based on numerical data presented in graphs and tables. These tests are conducted to check your decision making and problem solving skills.

    Subject Knowledge :

    Subject related questions are general question related to subjects of study, Most of the times, these questions consist of basic knowledge and definitions. One should go through all the basic questions relevant to the post in order to qualify.