NTSE Delhi Question Papers 2020- Directorate of Education, Delhi will release the Stage 1 NTSE Delhi 2020 question papers after the declaration of result. Students can prepare for NTSE by solving the last year's Delhi NTSE question papers. The last year's NTSE Delhi question papers are available in pdf format and can be downloaded free of cost. Practising the previous Delhi NTSE question papers can provide a plethora of benefits to the students. The question papers make the students exam-ready. They make the students confident, increase their writing speed, and accuracy, and help them ace the NTSE Delhi 2020 exams with effectiveness. Read the article below to know more about NTSE Delhi Question Papers 2020, tips on how to use them, their advantages, and more.Latest-NTSE Delhi Answer Key 2020 (Official) Released. Submit challenge by November 22, 2019.
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Delhi NTSE Stage 1 2018 MAT Question Paper
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Delhi NTSE Stage 1 2017 SAT Question Paper
Delhi NTSE Stage 1 2016 MAT Question Paper
Delhi NTSE Stage 1 2016 SAT Question Paper
Section-wise AnalysisMAT- This section was easy but in some questions, there was certain error and therefore bonus marks could be awarded. For question number 30, 36, 86, 94.
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While solving the NTSE Delhi papers, keep the exam paper in mind, and solve the question papers with extreme seriousness, and give your best shot.
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Solve the question paper in a stipulated period of time, such that your speed and accuracy increases.
Preparing for the NTSE Exam can get really daunting and overwhelming due to its vast syllabus, study materials, and more. The question papers help the students effectively recall what they learnt, and analyze how well they remember it.
Practising the NTSE Delhi Question Papers involves lots and lots of physical and mental effort, comprehension and retention. It helps the students get better and better, and eventually prepares them for the exam.
Previous year’s NTSE Delhi Question Papers can also be treated as sample papers that are designed in a way that boosts the confidence of students and also improves their ability to focus and pay attention. This prevents students from being stressed and nervous in the examination hall.
Refer to the table given below to know about NTSE 2020 Exam Pattern. The same will be considered to create the NTSE Delhi Question Papers 2020
Scholastic Ability Test (SAT)
Mental Ability Test (MAT)
Number of Questions
Types of Questions
40 questions from Social Science, 40 Questions from Science, and 20 Questions from Mathematics.
Logical and Analytical Reasoning
Medium of Instructions
English or Hindi
In order to pass the NTSE 2020 exam, students should qualify the same with minim qualifying marks. Knowing the paper pattern and important topics of NTSE Delhi Question Papers 2020 helps students to obtain the minim qualifying marks easily.
General, Other Backward Castes, Economically Weaker Sections.
40% in each paper
Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Physically Handicapped.
32% in each paper
It is important for the students to know about the NTSE Syllabus, such that they give their best in the exam. The important topics of NTSE Delhi Question Papers 2020 have been given in the tables below:
Series completion test
Inserting a missing character
Direction Sense Test
Logical sequence of words
Verification of truth of the statement
Transparent paper folding
Problems on clocks
Arithmetical reasoning test
Problems on cubes and dice
Logical Venn diagrams
Squares and Cube Roots, Triangles, Playing with Numbers, Rational Numbers, Surface Area and Volume, Trigonometry, Quadratic Equations, Simple & Compound Interest, Algebraic Expressions, Arithmetic, Arithmetic Progressions, Circles, Basic Geometry, Direct & Inverse Variations, Coordinate Geometry, Linear Equation, Percentage & Its Application, Exponent, Statistics, Probability, Mensuration, NUmber System.
Social Science ( History, Civics, and Geography)
Early Medieval Period, Early States, Medieval Architecture and Culture, British Raj, Culture, Science and Literature, Democracy and Elections, Indian Constitution, Agriculture, Atmosphere, Biosphere, French Revolution,
UN and International Agencies, The Judiciary, Popular Movements and Social Reforms, Population, World History, Nationalism in Various Countries, Vedic Period, New Empires and Kingdoms, Water Resources, The Delhi Sultanate, The Mughal Empire, Motion of the Earth, The Mauryas, Internal Structure of the Earth and Rocks, Resources and Development, Jainism, Buddhism and Conquerors from Distant Lands, Union Government, Indus Valley Civilization, Industrial Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, Industries, Natural Vegetation, Local and State Government, Indian Economics, Indian Freedom Struggle, Solar System, Eighteen Century Political Formation, Introduction and Sources of Ancient Indian History, India and its Neighbours, Our Country- India, Diversity and Livelihood.
Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
Motion and Force, Periodic Classification of Elements, Our Environment, Reproduction, Diseases, Soil, Sound, Structure of Atom, Sound of Energy, The Universe, Work & Energy, Water, Acid Bases and Salts, Carbon and its Compound, Air, Cellular Level of Organization, Fibres and Plastics, Diversity in Living Organisms, Food Production & Management, Human Body, Heredity and Evolution, Life Processes, Magnetic & Electricity at Work, Light, Measurement, Micro Organisms, Metals & Non-Metals.
The exam conducting authority will release the stage 1 result in the month of January 2020. Students should visit the official website edudel.nic.in to check result in the form of a pdf file. The result file will contain the student's details and their MAT & SAT Scores. Qualified students will be eligible to appear for NTSE Stage 2, will be conducted on May 10, 2020. The final NTSE result 2020 will be announced in the month of August 2020.
The overall NTSE Delhi 2020 cut-off by FIITJEE is expected to be around 180.
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students need to enter their registration number in the space provided. To know about the important dates, steps to check the result and statistics etc follow the content given below.
Karnataka Board conducted the SSLC exams in the month of March. More than 5 lakhs students have appeared for SSLC exams annually. Last year Karnataka SSLC Result was announced on April 30, at 12:45 pm. Karnataka SSLC Result 2020 is expected to be released at the same time period. Now, before you check out the detailed information first have a look at the table of important dates given below.
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