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NTSE Preparation

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To prepare for NTSE you need to follow these points:

(a) Guidance of the Subject Experts: No student can clear the exam until being shown the right path and given the clear guidance. The NTSE study material made by the Experts will definitely pave the way towards the aim of cracking NTSE.

(b) Practice makes a man Permanent: Now if you have got the guidance by the Experts, you need to practice the knowledge being provided. The more you practice the more you gain. Solving practice tests and previous year papers will definitely help. Your skills will become permanent after you reach a required level. So, keep on practicing regularly!

(c) Bird’s Eye View: To keep a check on your learning levels you need to have a Bird’s Eye View i.e. you need to analyse your performance through a series of tests. This will provide a fair idea of the performance and the areas where you need to practice more so as to clear the exam.

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NTSE Paper Pattern

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NTSE (National Talent Search Examination) consists of tests namely MAT, LT and SAT. This exam consist of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s) and the Student has to select one correct answer from the given four options. Each correct answer carries one mark. There is 1/3 negative marking in stage-2 NTSE for each wrong answer.

 MAT (Mental Ability Test) includes verbal and non verbal reasoning. Mental Ability Test is for recognizing the reasoning ability, ability to think & judge, logical and strategical thinking, etc. of the candidates.

 LT (Language Test) includes the testing of ability of reading the comprehension, logical sequencing, analytical thinking, creative components of language, etc.

SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) follows the School Curriculum that includes Sciences, Mathematics & Social Sciences. It Includes questions on Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History, Civics, Geography and Economics.

 

MAT(Mental Ability Test)

Topic

No. of Questions

(Approximately)

Marks

Verbal

30

30

Non-Verbal

20

20

LT(Language Test) English/Hindi

Topic

No. of Questions

Marks

English/Hindi

50

50

SAT(Scholastic Aptitude Test)

Topic

No. of Questions

(Approximately)

Marks

Science

Physics

13

13

Chemistry

13

13

Biology

14

14

Mathematics

20

20

Social Science

Economics

05

05

History

13

13

Geography

12

12

Political Science

10

10

Total

200

200