National Aptitude Test, NAT 2021 has been launched by NTA to help students choose the Right Career

National Aptitude Test 2021: Often students and parents are confused about which career to choose? In which field would it be better for them to make a career? May it not happen that a wrong decision cannot lead to the right direction of his career. Now the task of solving this confusion has been done by the National Testing Agency, the exam conducting agency. Actually, NTA (National Testing Agency, NTA) has launched Ability Profiler Test. Under this, an ability profile test will be given for the children of 13 to 25 years, through which it will help in choosing the right career. The registration process for this exam has started at

NTA has said that through the NAT 2021 exam, candidates will get a chance to get into the best institutes. At the same time, this exam is free of cost for the benefit of all the candidates. It will be conducted over two days for different age groups. Along with this, NTA has given the freedom to the candidates to choose their exam center.

NTA launches National Aptitude Test, NAT 2021: Keep these dates in mind

NAT 2021 Application Begins – October 11, 2021

Last date to apply for NAT 2021 Test – October 18, 2021

Exam date for Level 1 (13 – 15 years of age) – October 23, 2021

Exam Date for Level 2 (16 – 18 Years) – October 23, 2021

Exam Date for Level 3 (19 – 21 Years) – October 23, 2021

Exam date for Level 4 (22 – 25 years) – October 24, 2021

National Aptitude Test, NAT 2021 by NTA: How to apply for the exam

To apply for the National Aptitude Test, candidates need to visit the official website at After that on the homepage, scroll down and click on the link which reads ‘NAT 2021 Online Registration’. After that click on either New Registration or Sign In. Give all your details and start filling the application form. Upload important documents as mentioned there and click on submit. Your National Aptitude Test, NAT 2021 Form will be submitted. Download and print a copy of the same for future references.

Edited By: Nandini Dubey