NTSE Stage 2 Analysis 2019: Resonance has released the NTSE 2019 Stage 2 Analysis and Expected cutoff. Students can check the same below. National Council of Educational Research and Training has conducted NTSE stage 2 exam on June 16, 2019 at National level. Selected students of stage 1 exam conducted in November 2019, participated in this exam. NTSE exam is held to test the candidate’s analytical skills. All over 200 questions were asked in the exam out of which 45 questions from Class 9 syllabus, 151 from Class 10 syllabus. Also, 4 questions were asked from class 11 and 12 syllabus as per NTSE stage 2 exam analysis provided by Resonance. The overall Difficulty level of the exam is rated 1.94 out of 3 which is a bit difficult.
Subject-wise and Topic-wise analysis is also available to download in form of pdf files for NTSE stage 2 and stage 1 Exam 2018-19. Read further to know more about the NTSE Stage 2 Analysis 2019, Observations, Expected cutoff, difficulty level of questions and more.
NTSE Stage 2 result is expected to announce in the month of September 2019. Candidates will be able to view their result online through the official website. But students can check their probable score using NTSE Answer key, which will help them to have an idea about their result.
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Below, candidates can check the subject-wise remarks about the NTSE 2019 stage 2 exam:
Mental Ability: This paper was not much difficult but lengthier than last year. That’s why is considered a bit difficult than last year. Also, This section comprises two questions which were found ambiguous. Overall 26, 54, 20 questions were Easy, Medium and tough respectively.
Physics and Biology: 26 questions were asked from Physics and Biology Subjects (13 questions from each). Questions were lengthier and Confusing which made this section difficult from last year.
Chemistry: As per the NTSE Stage 2 Analysis 2019, there were 14 questions were asked from Chemistry. These questions were fairly straight forward which made this section easy as compare to last year.
Mathematics: NCERT asked 20 questions from the Mathematics subject which were a bit difficult than last year. Its difficulty level is rated 2.10 out of 3.
Social Science: 40 questions asked from Social Science to check the candidate’s textbook knowledge, Out of which 17 questions were found easy and 7 were tough. So this section was easy than last year. Also, 1 question was asked out of NTSE syllabus.
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In NTSE exam, 4 questions were asked from class 11 and 12 syllabi and 45 questions were from class 9 syllabus. NCERT asked 151 questions from class 10 syllabus. So students should prepare with class 9 and 10 syllabus which have more weightage in NTSE question paper. They can also refer to some important topics of class 11 and 12 syllabus to have additional knowledge.
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Question Wise Difficulty Breakup
In overall, this year NTSE stage 2 exam was a bit tough and difficult than last year.
NTSE 2019 exam difficulty level is rated as 1.94 out of 3 which is a bit difficult.
SAT consists of much difficult question than MAT section. SAT is rated 1.98 out of 3 in case of difficulty level whereas the rating for MAT is 1.94.
Overall 58 questions were easy, 97 were medium and 45 questions were found tough.
Download NTSE 2019 Stage 2 Analysis (subject-wise and Topic-wise) by Resonance in the form of PDF file.
This year, the number of scholarships has been increased from 1000 to 2000. So the number of selection would be doubled.
The paper was a bit difficult than last year which is the major factor to determine cutoff.
According to Resonance, this year cut off is expected to decrease by 20 marks than last year.
Hence cut off for General category student is expected to be 130 marks (+/-3 marks) while for SC/ST it is expected to be 80 marks (+/-3 marks).
Click on the link given above to check detailed NTSE expected cutoff for stage 2 exam.
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cutoff marks changes every year and it depends on different fact, like number of participants, question difficulty level, seat matrix etc. please follow the below link to know about previous years cutoff,
NTSE has two parts that are SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) and MAT (Mental Ability Test). The MAT section will test students on their thinking ability, Reasoning etc. while the SAT is further divided into three sub-sections namely Science, Maths and Social Science.
To check the complete syllabus you can go through with the given below link.
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The total marks of NTSE have been increased from 150 to 200 along with the removal of the language test. The official cut off will be released along with the result. The cutoff is expected to be around 140.
Kindly visit the mentioned below page to stay updated for the cutoff. Keep checking it regularly.
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I'll provide you with the link of sample papers.. Kindly go through it..
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