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NTSE

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Detailed Information about NTSE 

WHAT IS NTSE EXAM?



NTSE means ‘National Talent Search Examination’ is the best scholarship exam in India. This exam is organized by NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training). This exam is organized in every state and union territory. This exam is only for Class-X. The student of class-X gives this exam in the month of November. Their two-stage of the exam. If you qualify !st stage then you eligible for 2nd exam.


Stage-1: Exam conduct for state and union territory level.
Stage-2: Exam conduct at India level.

NTSE EXAM PATTERN

Their no subjective question only multiple-choice question asked.
  • MAT(Mental Ability Test): Reasoning type questions asked.
  • SAT(Scholastic Aptitude Test): From science, math, social science.
  • LT(Language Test): From English that is fill the gap, antonyms, synonyms etc.
MAT:

Duration: 45
No.Question: 50
Marks: 50
LT:

Duration: 45
No.Question: 50
Marks: 50

SAT:
Duration: 90
No.Question: 100
Marks: 100
SYLLABUS:


MATH:

Algebraic Expressions Basic Geometry
Arithmetic Progressions Coordinate Geometry
Arithmetic Circles
Direct & inverse variation Linear Equation
Mensuration Exponent
Percentage & its Application Number System
Quadratic Equations Probability
Simple interest & Compound interest Playing with Numbers
Statistics Rational Numbers
Square Root & Cube Root Triangles
Surface Areas and Volumes Trigonometry

SCIENCE:

Science Syllabus
Air Acid Bases and Salt
Cellular Level of Organisation Carbon and its Compounds
Fibres and Plastics Diversity in Living Organisms
Measurement Life Processes
Metals & Non Metals Human Body
Heredity and Evolution Food Production & Management
Heredity and Evolution Light and Sound
Magnetism & Electricity at Work Micro-organisms
Periodic Classification of Elements Our Environment
Motion and Force Periodic Classification of Elements
Plant and Animal Nutrition Physical and Chemical Changes
Work and energy The Universe
Water Structure of Atom
Soil Source of Energy
Reproduction Some Common Diseases

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

Social Science Syllabus
Agriculture Biosphere
Culture, Science and Literature Diversity and Livelihood
Early States French Revolution
Indian Constitution Indian Freedom Struggle
Industrial Revolution Internal Structure of the Earth and Rocks
Jainism, Buddhism and Conquerors from Distant Lands Major Domains and Landforms
Medieval Architecture and Culture Nationalism in Various Countries
New Empires and Kingdoms Popular Movements and Social Reforms
Resources and Development The Delhi Sultanate
The Mauryas UN and International Agencies
Vedic Period World History
Atmosphere British Raj
Democracy and Elections Early Medieval Period
Eighteenth-Century Political Formation India and its Neighbors
Indian Economics Indus Valley Civilization
Introduction and Sources of Ancient Indian History Local and State Government
Maps and Globe Motion of the Earth
Natural Vegetation Our Country – India
Population Solar System
The Judiciary The Mughal Empire
Union Government Water Resources


Mental Ability

Mental Ability Syllabus
Alphabet and Number Test Analogy (Verbal)
Calendar, Time and Clock Analogy (Non-Verbal)
Embedded Figure Mathematical Operations
Ranking and Arrangements Series (Verbal)
Water and Mirror Images Series (Non – Verbal)
Coding-Decoding Blood Relations
Classification Direction Sense
Figure Partition and Dot Situation Missing Character
Venn Diagrams Word Problems

General Knowledge 
General Knowledge Syllabus
Abbreviations Books and Authors
Sports Awards and Recognitions
India World
English
English Syllabus
Antonyms One word substitution
Reading Comprehension Sentence Completion
English Grammar Paragraph Completion
Rearrangement of Jumbled Words Synonyms

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