How can I pass NTSE exam?

Preparation tips and tricks

  1. Understand the syllabus. The candidates need to understand the syllabus well and mark all the important topics.
  2. Make a schedule/time table.
  3. Practise sample papers.
  4. Revision.
  5. Time Management.
  6. NTSE Best books for preparation.
  7. Eat healthy, stay healthy.
  8. Take breaks while studying.

Is Ncert is enough for NTSE?

Yes, NCERT Books are sufficient for NTSE Exam. However, for stage 1 students should also follow the state board books of Class 9th & 10th.

Who is NTSE topper?

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Is NTSE MCQ based?

NTSE Syllabus – Examination Pattern It is an offline examination based on multiple choice question format (MCQ). There are 4 options provided for each question amongst which only one is correct, the candidate has to identify the right answer and mark it.

Does NTSE have GK?

The NTSE syllabus for the subjects Mathematics, English, General Knowledge, Mental Ability, Science and Social Science is given in the table mentioned below.

Is calculator allowed in NTSE?

NTSE Exam Day Instructions: *Candidates, who reach more than 15 minutes after the scheduled test time, may not be allowed to take the test. *Candidates are required to bring admit card, photo identity and ball pen to the exam centre. *Any type of gadget, watch and calculators are not allowed inside the exam centre.

Is Ntse MCQ based?

Is self study enough for Ntse?

For clearing any exam, a decent amount of self-study is important. It is one of the most basic and important of all the tips to become an NTSE scholar. One should devote at least 3-4 hours to self-learning to crack this competitive exam.

Is there interview for NTSE?

There is no Interview in the NTSE Selection. Both Exams have the MAT and SAT section.

Is there interview in NTSE?