NTSE Meghalaya Answer key 2020- Directorate of Educational Research and Training (DERT), Meghalaya will release the official answer key of Meghalaya NTSE 2020 in third week of November 2019. Various coaching institutes will also release the NTSE Meghalaya Answer key 2020 on the exam day. Meghalaya NTSE 2020 was conducted on November 2, 2019. The answer key of NTSE Meghalaya 2020 contains all the correct answers to the questions asked in the NTSE Stage 1 exam. Meghalaya NTSE answer key 2020 will help students calculate their score. NTSE is conducted in two stages- stage 1 and 2. Stage 1 is a state-wide talent search through which students are selected for NTSE stage 2. NCERT will conduct the NTSE Stage 2 on May 10, 2020, and NTSE Meghalaya answer key 2020 for stage 2 to be issued in the last week of May 2020. Around 25 students will be selected for NTSE 2020 Stage 2. Read the article for more details on the Meghalaya NTSE answer key 2020.Latest- State-wise NTSE Answer Keys 2020 by various institutes released on November 3, 2019.
Meghalaya NTSE 2020 Exam
November 2, 2019
Meghalaya NTSE 2020 Result
Last week of January 2020
Release of NTSE Stage 2 admit card
3rd week of April 2020
NTSE Stage 2 Exam 2020
May 10, 2020
Meghalaya NTSE Answer key 2020 is used to calculate the probable marks one may obtain in the examination. Follow the points given below while calculating the score with the help of NTSE Meghalaya answer key 2020:
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You must calculate your score section-wise and overall score.
Avoid any miscalculation while referring to NTSE Meghalaya Answer key 2020, keep a record of the answers you have given for the objective type questions in NTSE Meghalaya.
Along with the NTSE Meghalaya answer key 2020, DERT will also release the NTSE Meghalaya question papers for the students.
NTSE Meghalaya Marking Scheme
Mental Ability Test (MAT)
100 questions worth 1 mark each.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
The result of NTSE Meghalaya 2020 will be released in the last week of January 2020. Meghalaya NTSE result will be announced in online mode. Approximately 25 students will be selected from the Meghalaya state to participate in the NTSE stage 2 exam 2020.
DERT sets the qualifying score for NTSE Meghalaya. To qualify for NTSE stage 2, students need to obtain the NTSE qualifying score in each section. If you fail to obtain the qualifying score in any of the 2 sections, you cannot participate in NTSE stage 2.
NTSE Meghalaya Qualifying Scores
Name of the examination
Students who qualify the NTSE Meghalaya 2020 Stage 1 with minimum cutoff marks are eligible to appear in NTSE Stage 2 exam 2020. NCERT will conduct the NTSE stage II exam on May 10, 2020. The council will declare the NTSE result in August 2020. Students have to qualify both stage 1 and stage 2 to get the scholarship amount.
Students can check the previous year’s NTSE cutoff to get an estimate of the minimum scores that students should target to qualify the stage 2 exam. NCERT will release the stage 2 cutoff scores after the result announcement.
Previous Year’s NTSE Stage II Cutoff
Class 11 and 12
Rs. 1250 per month
UG and PG
Rs. 2000 per month
As per UGC norms
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Ntse stage 1 exam was held in the Month of November 2019. The result for ntse stage 1 exam is declared by respective scert. Many states have declared their result. So it is expected that soon the result for wb ntse will be declared most probably in Second week of March 2020. You can check the official website scholarships.wbsed.gov.in for result.
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Sorry to hear that you are not selected. In this selection procedure they take the top students only. I mean there will be many people who might have scored more than the cut off,at that time there will be a limit to the selection procedure so they take according to that count only. In that the top students will be shortlisted. You might have qualified but not selected because of more competition and more students above you. Hope this is useful
NTSE Delhi results will get declared in the month of February, so it may be anytime soon.The result will be in the form of pdf format mentioning the roll number, name, category of the candidate along with total marks including that of MAT score and SAT score.
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SCERTs have declared the result of NTSE 2020 stage 1 Punjab, Odisha Telangana, and other states. Students can check the NTSE 2020 result stage 1 in the form of merit list. NTSE stage 1 result 2020 pdf contains roll numbers of selected students and their marks. The exam authority has also released the cut off marks with NTSE result 2020.
Students who qualify in NTSE Stage 1 will be eligible to appear for the stage 2 exam. NCERT will conduct the stage 2 exam on May 10, 2020. SCERTs also send the NTSE exam result 2020 to the respective schools. NTSE exam 2020 stage 1 exam was conducted on November 2, 3 & 17, 2019. NTSE 2020 result for stage 2 will be announced by NCERT on ncert.nic.in in August 2020.
You can check the state wise results in the link given below -
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The expected cut off is as follows for NTSE stage 1 Punjab is as follows for each category
The official cut off is yet to be announced.However, cut off is subjected to change it may increase or decrease slightly based on various factors like number of candidates appeared, difficulty of exam etc.
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