NTSE Chandigarh Question Papers
Jasleen Kaur Taneja, 03 Aug 2018, #NTSE

NTSE Chandigarh Question Papers – Candidates preparing for NTSE from Chandigarh can solve NTSE Chandigarh previous years question papers for better preparation of the exam. When solving Chandigarh NTSE question papers, candidates will learn about the exam pattern followed in the NTSE examination; the questions asked frequently, marking scheme followed, time allotted and more. Candidates can view and download the question papers by clicking on the link given below on this page. Candidates will get to know their strong and weak areas of study and can improvise them. They will also be able to improve their speed and learn time management which plays the most crucial role. Read the complete article below to know more about NTSE Chandigarh question papers.


NTSE 2019 stage 1 exam will be conducted on November 4, 2018 by SCERT Chandigarh. The application form for the same will release in the first week of August. Candidates are advised to practice NTSE Chandigarh previous year question papers as much as possible to gain a competitive edge over others. Solving them will help candidates from repeating the mistakes and work on their weak areas.

NTSE Chandigarh Question Papers

Candidates can access and download the previous years question papers by clicking on the link besides them. Question papers of last three years are given below.


Chandigarh NTSE Question Papers





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NTSE Chandigarh Exam Pattern

Candidates must go through the exam pattern followed in NTSE Chandigarh stage 1. NCERT has introduced some changes from the year 2019 including not conducting Language paper, adding 27% reservation for OBC and a special mention of children studying in KVs and Jawahar Navodaya. The exam pattern of NTSE Stage 1 is given below:

  • Mental Ability Test or MAT consists of questions based on analytical and logical reasoning. The objective of MAT is to test the candidate’s reasoning, ability to think, ability to evaluate, ability to discriminate and visualize. MAT section consists of a total of 100 questions. Questions are asked from series, pattern perception, analogies, coding-decoding, classifications, hidden figures and problem-solving etc. The time allotted for this section is 2 hours.

  • Scholastic Aptitude Test or SAT section consists of a total of 100 questions from Science (40), Social Science (40) and Mathematics (20). The section tests the candidate’s reading abilities, interpretation, evaluation and general awareness of the subjects. The time allotted for the SAT section is 2 hours.

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