Best tips to NTSE Scholar

Best tips to NTSE Scholar

Exam Tips NTSE

What is NTSE?


National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national level Scholarship program conducted by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). NTSE exam is to hunt for talented students at high school. This is a two stage examination, the NTS stage-I  is conducted by State/UT coupled with the stage-II, which is conducted by NCERT.

7 Tips to NTSE Scholars

  1. Apply as early as possible


    Apply as soon as the application forms are out. As only students studying in class X who have secured 60% marks in IXth class and 5% relaxations to SC/ST/PH students are eligible to appear for the exam. Moreover do not miss the opportunity, as the student re-appearing for class X or higher studies would not be eligible.

  2. Clear understanding of both stages of the exam


    The students must have a clear understanding of stage-I conducted by State/UT then the stage-II is national level exam conducted by NCERT.

    Be aware of the pattern of the paper


    The examination consists of 250 question of equal marks. The test includes Mental Ability Test, Language Tests (in Hindi and English) and Scholastic Ability Test (Math, Science and Social Studies).

    Mental Ability Test 50 Questions 45 Minutes
    Language Test 50 Questions 45 Minutes
    Scholastic Ability test 150 Questions 90 Minutes
  3. Study well

    This is obvious, if you want something even to crack the most difficult exam, you have to study smart and hard. Have your heart set to studies, just think about the goal that you want to achieve. Get good Study materials to help you achieve this goal. You can get the best of the study material from Coaching which would make your work easy.

  4. Practice

    NTSE not only consists Scholastic ability but also mental and language ability of a student. Student’s hard work in studies will accomplish scholastic ability. Whereas to be able to crack mental and language ability, the student have to practice a lot. The student must practice aptitude as well as reasoning problems on daily basis.

  5. Update  Yourself


    Visit NCERT website often and read new notices on website. Furthermore consult your tutors and Coaching about these notices which would help you.

  6. Scholorship


    There are about 1000 scholarships each year. The awarded students in Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, Languages, Commerce, Vocational studies, and Fine arts are eligible to receive Scholarship up to Ph.D. level. Equally the students studying professional courses in medicines, engineering, technology, management and law are eligible to receive the scholarship up to second degree level.

Wish you “Best of luck for your bright future.” -Arman Alam

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