NAT is the abbreviation of National Aptitude Test. NAT test is of a great importance as it is necessary for getting admissions at bachelor’s and master’s level in NAT associated universities. National testing services is the authoritative body which is responsible for organizing NAT test.
NAT-I test is usually organized for the aspirants who wish to get admission in bachelor’s level degree and who have complete their 12 years of education.
The NAT-I is further comprises of six types which includes:
NAT-IE for Pre-engineering
NAT-IM for pre-medical students
NAT-IA for arts and humanities
NAT-ICS for computer science
NAT-ICOM for Commerce
NAT-IGS for general science
Before getting admission in any NTS associated university or college, the students are required to take and pass the tests which are mentioned above in their respective fields of study.
Just like the other fields of study, the aspirants who wish to continue their studies in engineering discipline after intermediate level are required to take NAT-IE test. NAT-IE is usually organized by NTS for the students of Pre-engineering.
The NAT-IE consists of total four sections and involves total 90 multiple choice questions in it. These sections are:
The subject portion in NAT-IE contains 30 multiple choice questions of weightage 33.4% from various subjects which includes physics, chemistry and mathematics.
The physics part in Subject portion contains total 10 multiple choice questions (MCQs).
For the ease of students to prepare themselves for NAT-IE subject portion as well as for the preparation of other tests we have introduced an online testing system where students can easily prepare themselves for any test.
Here on this page, you will be able to take NAT-IE physics test. The test taking procedure is quite simple and easy. After getting through this test you will get some knowledge about the questions that are expected to ask in exam by paper setter. At the end, you will also be able to check your result with the help of which you will be able to know about your weak points.