NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020
Updated on Oct 4, 2019 - 3:21 p.m. IST by Saumya.Srivastava
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NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020 - DERT, Meghalaya provides the NTSE question papers for Meghalaya as study material for the better preparation of students. Solving the NTSE Meghalaya question papers will help the students to know the important topics and marking scheme of the NTSE stage I exam. Students can download the Meghalaya NTSE question papers with answer keys from the links provided below. However, the previous years' NTSE Meghalaya question papers are also available on the official website of the exam conducting body. The NTSE stage I Meghalaya exam is scheduled to be conducted on November 2, 2019. Some reputed coaching centres will also release the NTSE Meghalaya question papers 2020 after the commencement of the NTSE stage I exam.

Read this article to download the previous years' NTSE Meghalaya question papers and know the exam pattern, qualifying marks and benefits of NTSE 2020.

How to download NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020?

Students can download the Meghalaya NTSE question papers from the links provided below. Apart from this, they can also follow the steps mentioned below to know how to download the NTSE Meghalaya question papers 2020.

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  • Visit the official website of the exam conducting body, megeducation.gov.in.

  • Towards the left, go to the link named ‘Downloads.’

  • Now click on the same and download the previous year NTSE question papers.

  • Take a print of the question papers and start solving them daily.

Click Here to Download Previous Years’ NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers with Answer Keys

NTSE Stage 2 Question Papers 2020

After the declaration of stage I result, the qualifiers of the NTSE Meghalaya 2020 exam will be called for the stage II exam. This is the time when students should start solving the previous years’ NTSE Stage 2 question papers as this will let them know about the exam pattern and marking scheme.

NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020 - Benefits

There are innumerable advantages of solving the previous years' NTSE Meghalaya question papers. Students can go through the same and analyse and plan their preparation by referring to Meghalaya NTSE question papers.

  • Solving the question papers will let the students acquaint about the important topics from which most of the questions are asked in the NTSE exam. This will help in a strategic study plan.

  • The NTSE Meghalaya question papers 2020 will also help the students know about the marking scheme. This will let them make a planned study routine and prepare accordingly.

  • Solving the previous years' question papers and then referring to the NTSE Meghalaya answer key will help the students to recheck and analyse their mistakes which will help in clearing all the basic concepts.

  • Solving the previous years' question papers in stipulated time will help to prepare them for the exam day. This will make them time efficient.

  • Students will be able to know the difficulty level of the NTSE stage I exam by solving NTSE Meghalaya question papers 2020. Knowing the exam pattern will let them know about the topics which carry high weightage and help the students score high in NTSE Meghalaya result.

NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020 - Qualifying Marks

Check the qualifying marks of the NTSE Meghalaya stage I exam as this will help the students to know about the minimum marks required to qualify the exam.

Category

Cutoff marks

General/OBC

40%

Reserved

32%

NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020 - Marking Scheme

Refer to the table below to know the marking scheme and pattern of NTSE Meghalaya question papers 2020. The exam pattern will let the students plan their study time table accordingly.

Marks

Exam pattern

Remarks

Marks in MAT

100 questions (each question carries 1 mark each)

No negative marking


No marks will be deducted for unanswered questions

Marks in SAT

100 questions (each question carries 1 mark each)

Total Marks

Marks obtained in MAT + Marks obtained in SAT

NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020 - Important Topics

Students are advised to go through the important topics of the NTSE Meghalaya question papers. This will help them to prepare in a planned manner and pay attention to the topics that are frequently asked in the exam.

Sections

Subjects

Important Topics

Mental Ability Test (MAT)

Verbal Reasoning test

Arithmetic Reasoning Test, Blood Relations, Tests, Classification, Series completion Test, Mathematical Operations, Clocks, Puzzle test, etc.

Non-verbal Reasoning

Analytical Reasoning, folding paper cutting, Transparent paper folding, Water images, Analogy, etc.

Scholastic Ability Test

Mathematics

Statistics, surface area and volume, Arithmetic progression, basic geometry, Algebra, roots, etc.

Science

Physical and chemical changes, Fibres and plastics, source of energy, food production and management, Carbon and its compounds, etc.

Social Sciences

Mughal Empire, Vedic period, Introduction of ancient Indian History, Jainism, Buddhism, etc.

The economic presence of the government, Union government, Diversity and livelihood, etc.

The internal structure of earth and rocks, solar system, natural vegetation, Atmosphere, industries, etc.

NTSE Meghalaya Cutoff 2020

NTSE Meghalaya cutoff marks are the minimum qualifying marks that are mandatory to score in order to pass the NTSE exam. Careers360 is providing the expected cutoff of NTSE Meghalaya stage I exam in the table below. This cutoff is prepared on the basis of the stats of the nearby states. Students must go through the same and analyse their preparation.

NTSE Meghalaya Cutoff 2020 (Expected)

Category

Cutoff

General

100- 110

OBC

100- 110

SC

80- 90

ST

70- 80

PH

70- 80

NTSE Stage II Result

Students who will qualify the NTSE stage I exam will be called for the stage II exam which will be held on the national level by NCERT. The final NTSE result will be declared in August 2020. The cutoff for the stage II exam is released by NCERT. The students who will qualify both the stages of NTSE exam will be awarded NTSE scholarship. NTSE cutoff will be released at the time of result declaration.

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NTSE Meghalaya Question Papers 2020

Question: How many questions are asked in the NTSE Meghalaya stage 1 exam?

Answer:

The question paper is divided into two sections namely SAT and MAT. Both the sections contain 100 questions respectively which carries 1 marks each.

Question: Is the NTSE stage II question paper tougher than the stage I question paper?

Answer:

Yes. The difficulty level increases in the stage II question paper. Students are advised to thoroughly prepare for NTSE stage II exam.

Question: What are the qualifying marks for the NTSE exam?

Answer:

The qualifying marks for the NTSE exam is 40% for the general category student and 32% for SC/ST students.

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when will ntse result for wb be announced?

Akram Khan 18th Feb, 2020

Hi,

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.

Hope this helps.

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Sir I have got 152 marks in Punjab Ntse. I belong to general category. But my name is not there in selected students list.

Sujatha Venkat 18th Feb, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

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

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when will Delhi ntse result be announced

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 17th Feb, 2020

Hello,


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.



Stay updated at edudel.nic.in


You can also follow the regular updates at https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-delhi-result

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When will be ntse stage 1 result will be declared in Punjab? Result of Haryana and Karnatka is already been declared.

Shubhangi sinha 17th Feb, 2020

Hello shristi,

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 -

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-result/amp&ved=2ahUKEwjZrsqogtnnAhXYbn0KHYAlA4gQFjAAegQIBBAB&usg=AOvVaw3ZUGMZ6Jr2OzbxQug2FC1K&ampcf=1

Good luck,

Hope it helps :)

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What is the cut off of NTSE STAGE 1 PUNJAB in marks?

Sharon Rose Student Expert 17th Feb, 2020

Hello,

The expected cut off is as follows for NTSE stage 1 Punjab is as follows for each category

  • General: 130-140
  • SC: 110-120
  • ST: 85-95

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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