NTS || Online NAT Preparation
NAT is often required by public sector colleges/universities for admissions in bachelor's and master's degree programs.
The NAT test is designed to help graduate school admission committees to assess the qualification of applicants to their
programs. Any accredited graduate or professional school/college or any department in a university may require or
recommend that its applicant take the NAT test.
The test consists of 90 or 100 questions, divided in 4 sections. Each question is in a multiple choice format,
with 4 or 5 possible answers. These 4 sections may contain 9 types of questions. These sections and types of questions
are given below:
- Verbal Ability Online Test Practice
- Antonyms: Online Test Practice
You select a word that is most nearly opposite in meaning.
- Analogies: Online Test Practice
You select a pair of words that expresses a best relationship in similarity to the original
pair of words.
- Sentence Completion: Online Test Practice
A word or words are omitted from a sentence. You select the word or words that are when
inserted, best fit the whole sentence to give the true meaning.
- Reading Comprehension: Online Test Practice
You answer questions about reading passages from a variety of topics.
- Quantitative Ability Online Test Practice
- Problem Solving:
You solve multiple-choice general math and word problems.
- Quantitative Comparison:
You compare the quantities given in two columns and identify the larger
- Analytical Ability Online Test Practice
- Analytical Reasoning:
You need to draw reasoned conclusions and relationships based on different sets of
- Logical Reasoning:
You drive logical conclusions and relationships from a variety of situations
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