National Standard Examination 2014 Pattern
Urvashi Dalal, 14 Oct 2014

National Standard Examination 2014 Pattern: The Exam Pattern for National Standard Examination 2014 follows syllabus similar to that of Class XI and XII of CBSE. The number of questions to attempt differs in all the five subjects, namely Physics, Chemistry, biology, Astronomy and Junior Science.

 

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Below is a rough guideline for NSE Exam Pattern.

SUBJECT

DURATION

QUESTIONS

 

LANGUAGE

Physics

3hours

Part- A(180 marks)

50 multiple choice questions

English, Hindi or other regional language (depend upon the IAPT)

 

 

 

(A1)- 40 questions, with one of the four options correct

 

 

 

 

(A2)- 10 questions, with one or more than one correct option. No incorrect options should be marked

 

 

 

Part-B (60 marks)

5 (or 6) questions which are problems or short-answer type. All questions carry equal marks.

 

Chemistry

3 hours

Part- A and B

80 multiple choice questions

English

Biology

3 hours

Part- A and B

80 multiple choice questions

English

Astronomy

3 hours

Part- A and B

80 multiple choice questions (emphasis on Physics and Mathematics)

English

Junior Science

3 hours

Part- A and B

80 multiple choice questions

English

The NSE is the first stage of a five stage Exam process which leads to participation in International Olympiad. The five stages of the test are,

Stage I: National Standard Examination (NSE)

Stage II: Indian National Olympiad (INO)

Stage III: Orientation cum Selection Camp (OCSC) 

Stage IV: Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT) 

Stage V: Participation in International Olympiad 

 

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