NSEP Question Papers 2020-2021 - Download Previous Year Question Papers with Solution Here
NSEP Question Papers 2021 - A few coaching institutes will release NSEP 2021 question papers with solution and answer key on the exam day. The official question papers of NSEP 2021 will be uploaded on the online by IAPT one week after the exam. Students can use these NSEP question papers and answer key for calculating the expected scores. Students preparing for NSEP 2021 can download the previous year's NSEP question papers for better preparation. IAPT NSEP question papers help in understanding the exam pattern, difficulty level of the exam, marking scheme, etc. Students can download NSEP question papers 2019 pdf with answer keys free of cost. Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) will conduct the National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP) 2021 on February 7, 2021.
Latest update: IOQP admit card 2021 is available.
Apart from NSEP, candidates should also check the KVPY 2021 exam which is a scholarship exam for class 11, 12 and 1st-year students of UG in basic sciences. Read further to know the benefits of last year's question papers of NSEP and download the same for improving the preparation strategy.
Also, check NSEP registration 2021
How to Download NSEP Question Papers 2021?
Students should follow the given steps to download the NSEP 2021 question papers without any difficulty.
- Click on the link given in the table below.
- It will lead to a registration window.
- Enter the asked credentials.
- Now, click on the "Download" tab.
- Download the NSEP question papers and save it.
Unofficial NSEP 2019 Question Papers & Solutions
|Institutes||Paper with Answer||Paper with Solutions|
|Allen||Download Here||Download Here|
|Akaash||Download Here||Download Here|
Download Official Previous Year's NSEP Question Papers & Answer Key Pdf
NSEP Question Papers Link
Download Previous Year's NSEP Question Papers
Candidates can download the question papers of NSEP along with answer key by FIITJEE using the link given in the table below:
NSEP Question Papers Link
NSEP Question Papers 2021- Typology of questions
- There will be two parts in NSEP 2021 question papers.
- Part A1 carrying 3 marks per question and Part A2 carrying 6 marks per question.
- Each question asked in NSEP question papers 2021 will have four options. Students have to select the right answer among them.
- Part A will have 60 questions and Part B will contain a total of 10 questions.
- There will be a penalty of 1 mark for every wrong answer.
NSEP Question Papers 2021- Marking Scheme
|Part||No. of questions||Total Marks|
|A1||60||180 marks (3 marks each question)|
|A2||10||60 marks (6 marks per question)|
Benefits of Previous Year's NSEP Question Papers
Practising from NSEP 2020 question papers can be beneficial to the students as it will give them confidence for the exam and in turn an edge over the competition. Here are a few benefits of practising from previous year’s NSEP question papers:
Practising from these NSEP previous year's question papers will help students to figure out the dynamics of the exam and will give important information about the exam pattern and trend of the typology of questions.
Timing yourself while solving the previous year's NSEP papers and simulating the real exam conditions can help in improving confidence and making oneself ready for the exam so that last-minute stress doesn’t hit them.
Practising from the IOQP question papers 2021 can help in self-analysing and students can work on overcoming their mistakes in a more effective manner.
All the questions will be asked from the IOQP question papers are based on the NCERT syllabus. The official syllabus dictates that students broadly need to prepare topics from and up to senior secondary level (class 12th). In the NSEP question papers 2021, the questions will be asked on the below-given topics. Students should follow the NCERT books and prepare for the topics accordingly.
- Electromagnetic Fields
- Oscillations and Waves
- Heat Transfer
- Current Electricity
- Gravitation, etc
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NSEP Question Papers 2020-2021 - Download Previous Year Question Papers with Solution Here
Question: Is NCERT books enough for NSEP 2021?
Yes, NCERT books are enough for NSEP preparation. However, it is suggested following other reference books for solving different types of numerical.
Question: What is the IOQP Syllabus?
NSEP syllabus 2021 is similar to the Class 11th & 12th syllabus. NSEP question papers 2021 will be created based on the NSEP syllabus.
Question: How should I prepare for NSEP 2021?
- Prepare all topics of NSEP syllabus.
- Make short notes of important topics.
- Revise the prepared topics on a regular basis.
- Solve previous year's NSEP question papers.
Question: What's the NSEP qualifying marks?
The NSEP qualifying marks are different for different states. Students must obtain equal to or more than Minimum Admissible Scores (MAS) that is 50% of the average of the top 10 scores to qualify the NSEP 2021.
Question: How many students will be selected in NSEP 2021?
Approximately 300- 500 students will be selected in NSEP 2021 for International Olympiads.
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Questions related to CBSE Class 12th
I m in 12th PCM (CBSE) I have not given the pre board exam, and my school is threatening me that they will not give me those marks which are going from school. But i think the marks are given by the external examiner only on the basis of practicals which carry 30 marks.Am I correct?
In every school pre boards are a mandatory thing to give before your boards. It is a kind of sample test to check your preparation before your actual board exams.. Some schools also have rules for student to pass in the board exam in order to get the Admit Card.
Yes the marks are given by the external. But it's no loss if you talk to the school authorities calmly and come up with a solution to cope with problem.
All the very best for your Board exams.
I am in 12th PCM from CBSE board, and I am not giving the pre boards which have been started from tofay in my school because my JEE is on 25th. And they are saying that, they will not send those 20 (each subject) marks which will be going from school. What should I do.
If your JEE Mains examination is on 25th, definitely go and attend examination with full preparation.
Now, regarding the pre Board examinations in your school you can tell them in advance and ask for their permission and the School authority cannot restrict you from attending any examination.
Hope that this information was helpful for you.
All the best for your examinations!!
I passed I 11 in 2020 and want to take admission in class 12 as a regular candidate and Im from CBSE... can I take admission AS a regular candidate??
Your admission in 12th class in other school as a regular candidate will be possible if your parents transfer from one City to another city due to service or business. Your health problem is bound to change your city for you have to get regular treatment for unavailable reasons of ailment.
Your admission will be provincial and will be subject to the approval of CBSE board.
For this reason you have to submit a written affidavit on a 20 rupees stamp paper by your parents showing all the valid reasons for it. You have to submit documents like 11th result card ,11th registration card , document of your parents transfer due to service transfer or business transfer.
Hope this will be helpful.
hii, i have passed cbse class 12th examination in 2020 with 49%(pcb) .want to give neet exam,so i have applied for improvement in 2021 for chemestry and biology if my improved no. will less than previous one, then which will be valid. In case new one is less than previous one then what will happen?
Dont think too much dear. Improvement number is always higher than your previous year number. So just don't think negatively. You just focused on your study. And give the improvement examination. You will be passed with well number. You can get above 55% markd minimum. Thats your target and you will achieve it. Just prepare yourself.
All the best.
I want to know about distribution of those 20 marks which are given on the basis of Practicals and all in CBSE class 12th PCM
The partial questions for CBSE class 12th PCM is consists of :-
- Very Short Answer (VSA) – 1 marks (No. of question 2)
- Short Answer (SA) – 2 marks (No. of question 2)
- Long Answer – I (LA-I) – 4 marks (No. of question 2)
- Long Answer – II (LA-II) – 6 marks (No. of question 1)
Which ,makes the total mark of 20(marks).