MIT DAT (Design Aptitude Test) is a combination of online & pen-paper questions taken at assigned centres across India.
DAT written exam is based on the following parameters. The weightage of each parameter is subject to change as per the discretion of the paper setting committee.
· Design Inclination questions based on visual clues & general awareness.
· Analytical questions based on scientific understanding (PCM).
· Logical Thinking skills
· Communication Skills – verbal & nonverbal abilities of expression.
· Personality Trends – test of individual stand point.
Format of DAT Examination:
DAT examination includes computer-based MCQ (objective) test, subjective test and offline drawing test.
Objective Exam – Computer Based Test
Questions would be appearing on the computer screen on a random basis with options shuffled for each candidate. Candidates to respond on the computer screen.
Descriptive Exam – Computer Based Test
The subjective question will appear in a different section on the computer screen.
A text box will be enabled for each candidate to write their responses on the computer.
Drawing Exam – Offline Test
The drawing question will appear in a different section on the computer screen.
Candidates will be provided A4 size drawing sheets for this section
Candidates need to draw using Pens / Pencils / Colours on the sheets provided.
These answer sheets will be collected, scanned and uploaded for evaluation at the test centre.