NTSE Kerala Answer Key 2020 - SCERT, Kerala has released the revised NTSE Kerala stage 1 answer key on December 10, 2019, on the official website i.e scert.kerala.gov.in. The official Kerala NTSE answer key mentions answers to questions of both MAT and SAT tests. The answer key is helpful for students to evaluate their performance and calculate an estimate of their scores. Many coaching institutes like Allen have also released the unofficial answer key for stage I exam after the commencement of NTSE exam on November 17, 2019. Aspirants must use Kerala NTSE answer key 2020 to check whether they have successfully qualified for stage 2 beforehand. SCERT conducted NTSE Kerala 2020 stage 1 exam on November 17, 2019. Scroll down for more details on NTSE Kerala answer key 2020 and predict the probable scores.Latest: Revised NTSE Kerala stage I Answer key 2020 released. Download Here
Students must keep an eye on the below-mentioned dates and stay updated with the latest events. Refer to the table to know important events related to NTSE Kerala 2020
NTSE Kerala Answer Key dates
NTSE Kerala 2020 Exam date
November 17, 2019
NTSE Stage 1 Answer Key Release Date
November 26, 2019
Revised NTSE Stage 1 Answer Key Release Date
NTSE Stage 1 Result
First week of February 2020
Stage 2 exam date
May 10, 2020
NTSE Stage 2 Answer Key
Stage II result
Students must follow the step by step procedure mentioned below to download the NTSE Kerala answer key 2020:
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Click on the link above or visit the official website i.e. www.scert.kerala.gov.in
Under the Scholarship exam, Click on “NTSE”
A new window will appear on the screen, click on “NTSE Answer Key 2019-20”.
A pdf will be displayed on the screen, click on download.
Save the pdf and start calculating the probable scores.
Students can find the answer key of stage 1 in the table below:
SAT Question Paper
MAT Question paper
Aspirants who qualify stage 1 exam are eligible for stage II NTSE exam. NCERT will conduct the NTSE Stage 2 exam. NCERT will release the official NTSE Answer key in the month of May 2020 so that students can calculate the probable scores before the Stage 2 result.
Exam consists of 2 sections, MAT and SAT. Calculate scores in each of the sections separately to estimate the scores of NTSE result.
After calculating scores in MAT and SAT sections one must get a minimum qualifying score for each section. If unable to qualify for any of the two sections one will be unable to qualify for stage 2.
Each question in both the sections carries weightage of 1 mark each and there is no negative marking.
Revised answer key of NTSE Kerala 2020 will be released by SCERT in case some changes are required. So keep track by visiting this page.
The answer keys released by the coaching institutes can have a difference in the answer. So, students are recommended to calculate their probable scores based on the official answer keys.
Students must carefully check the question paper as it is different for MAT and SAT and hence answer key is also different for both sets. So, one must carefully match the answers and calculate the scores accordingly.
Refer to the table given below to know how to calculate the scores for NTSE Kerala:
Marks in MAT
Correct answers x 1
Marks in SAT
Marks obtained in MAT + Marks obtained in SAT
State Council for Educational Research and Training, Kerala will declare the cut off for stage 1 NTSE exam 2020 along with the results. Kerala NTSE cutoff 2020 is the minimum score required to qualify for stage 2 exam. Candidates must compare their probable scores on the basis of NTSE Kerala answer key 2020 with the NTSE cut off score to determine if they’d be able to qualify the exam.
Refer to the table to know the cutoff score required category-wise.
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You can submit your queries before December 4, 2019.
The minimum qualifying marks is 40% in each paper for general category.
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The result of the NTSE Uttarakhand 2020 Stage-! results are expected to be declared, along with the cutoff for Stage-2, by the UPCERT in the last week of February, 2020. You can check the result here:
You can get more updates and information here:
You can check NTSE syllabus to go through with the given below link.
The cutoff for NTSE 2020 Karnataka Phase-1 to move on to Phase-2 will be declared by the KSEEB soon on the official website:
However, the expected cutoff for the General Category is 138- 148, For OBC is 115- 125, for SC/ST is 95- 105 and for PwD is 67- 85. You can find more information here:
The result for NTSE stage 1 in Jharkhand will be announced in the month of April 2020.
The stage 2 exam which is a national level exam is going to be conducted on 10th may 2020 and the result for the same is going to be announced in the month of August 2020
You can visit the link given below for more information
The results of NTSE stage 1 for Punjab is scheduled to be released tentatively in the last week of January 2020 on their official website:
The result will contain a merit list with the name of shortlisted students, their other basic details, MAT score, SAT score and total score. They will also declare the cutoff for stage 1. You can check your result using your name and roll number and find it in the merit list. All the best.
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