NTSE Preparation Tips 2020 - Know How to Prepare NTSE Exam?
NTSE Preparation 2020 Tips– Students who are preparing for NTSE 2020 stage 2 exam should be aware of how to prepare and what to prepare to get good marks. NTSE exam is conducted in two stages, Stage 1 (State-level) and Stage 2 (National-Level) to award scholarships to meritorious students. Stage 1 has been conducted in November 2019 on various dates. The exam pattern and syllabus are similar in both stages but the difficulty level will be a bit high in NTSE stage 2 exam. Aspirants should work hard to obtain good marks in NTSE exam 2020, which is around the corner. Here, we have provided simple but useful NTSE preparation tips to make students ready for the final day. NTSE 2020 preparation tips include how and what to prepare for qualifying the scholarship test with flying colours. These NTSE preparation tips and tricks are useful for stage 1 and stage 2 exam.
Latest: NTSE stage 2 exam 2020 has been postponed. New exam date will be released soon.
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How to Prepare for NTSE 2020?
Here are some NTSE preparation tips to help you ace the exam with high scores-
1. Understand Basics
Students must understand the basic concepts well and learn how to apply them to various problems instead of just mugging up the facts. Only the practical use of knowledge will let one win the coveted scholarship. Besides, it is mandatory to know the exam patterns and syllabus of both stages, so that students can make a proper study schedule. Below are the exam pattern and some important topics-
The paper pattern for stage I and II remain the same whether it is maximum marks, duration or number of questions-
Number of questions
SAT – Maths, Science and Social Science
Students must cover the entire syllabus of class 9 and 10 to prepare for NTSE 2020 Exam as NCERT doesn't provide any specific syllabus for the test.
NTSE MAT Syllabus
Blood Relations, Coding-Decoding, Venn Diagrams, Distance and Direction, Ranking and Arrangements, Word Problems, etc
NTSE Science Syllabus
Reproduction, Measurements, Carbon & Compounds, Motion, Force, Work & Energy, Source of Energy, Acid, Base & Salt, Meta & Non-Metals
NTSE Social Science Syllabus
French Revolutions, Indian Freedom Struggle, Indus Valley Civilization, World War I and II, Maps & Globe, Natural Vegetation, Climate, Solar System, Indian Constitution, Indian Government, Judiciary
NTSE Mathematics Syllabus
Number Systems, Arithmetic Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Square Roots, surface Areas, Percentage, Simple & Compound Interest, Triangle, Linear Equations, etc.
2. Prepare Notes
NTSE 2020 preparation can be very fruitful if candidates prepare notes to learn formulas, definitions and equations. Logically, writing down these formulas should help one to learn them easily. Alongside, it is an easy way to carry notes wherever you want instead of carrying the heavy books. At the time of revision you don't have to read the complete chapter, just go through these notes thoroughly to revise the syllabus.
3. Revise Regularly
Revision is an important part of every preparation strategy. Without revision, students can easily forget important facts easily. Hence, it is advised to revise the previously covered syllabus before moving to a new chapter. This will help you to keep a hold on the important topics and save you from the last-minute hassles. You can also revise the important topics by solving NTSE 2020 sample papers.
4. Ask the Experts
As candidates have to prepare for NTSE stage 1 along with 10th board syllabus and for stage 2 thereafter, they will not have much time to research on a topic that isn’t simply understood. Candidates should ask friends or someone who is qualified enough to explain it and move on. Check the NTSE Topper's Interview
5. Group Study for NTSE Preparation
Studying with a group of friends is always fun. Students can sit with friends and cousins of the same age and study together. Explaining things to others and listening to other’s points of view offers a rich study experience. This helps in understanding the concepts faster and easier. Alongside, boring topics will become interesting in group study sessions and help students to extend their study schedule longer.
6. Solve NTSE Previous Year's Question Papers
Solving NTSE question papers and sample papers regularly should give you a fair idea of important topics and sections. These previous year's papers will also make students familiar with the exam pattern, marking scheme, duration etc. Students are advised to solve the question papers or sample papers within the stipulated time. Prioritise your study list accordingly.
7. Exercise and Keep Fit
Small recreational breaks during the study hours for jogging, cycling or a 15-minute round of badminton can help candidates freshen up and be more alert for the next rigorous study session. Also be sure to sleep a lot, eat fresh fruits and vegetables, and smile a lot. These little things will go far in keeping one healthy, confident and relaxed.
Apart from NTSE preparation tips, candidates must also know the best books for NTSE 2020. Since NCERT will be conducting the exam, a thorough revision of the textbooks should be helpful. However, one has to be selective while studying these books as not all topics might be important from NTSE point of view. Instead, candidates may pick up focused NTSE 2020 study material that has been developed to highlight the topics that are more important for this particular exam. Find the syllabus of NTSE 2019 below to know the topics covered in the exam.
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Questions related to NTSE
Ntse class 6 question paper 2019
Sorry, but the NTSE examination is mostly conducted for the students Studying in class 10th. The conducting body for the exam.is NCERT. Earlier it used to be only for class 10th students aiming to provide them scholarship for future studies in the field of science, but now it is also conducted at class 8th and 9th level. But still, there's no provision till now for class 6th students to give NTSE exam.
If you want to ask about some other exam, go for it.
Hope you understand.
I want 2020 May 26 NTSE online exam question paper and key
It is quite difficult for us to provide you latest question papers for NTSE exam but still I am giving you the link below through which you can download previous year question papers of NTSE exam .
Best of luck.
how to become topper in NTSE as i am in class 10 also give me timetable to crack both board and NTSE exam
There is no such time table or schedule which can make you a topper. You just need to remember a few points during your preparation. For NTSE the first thing that you need to work on is your mathematics skills. A student good in maths has an edge over the others in solving the MAT section.Language-The language paper will not be too tough but see to it that you don't take too much time in it.Science paper will be strictly based on your state/central board's prescribed syllabus books.Books like Tata McGraw Hill are very useful for NTSE prep( especially for SST and MAT).There is also Arihant's preparation book for NTSE. Give online tests as many as you can.They really help you to manage your time well.Have a proper idea of time. Make sure you don't waste too much time on one question/section. Otherwise you may not get the time to complete the paper.Try to complete the paper atleast 15mins early so that you have time to revise the paper. You follow the same tips for board exam as well like focusing on the important points and revising concepts. Solve past years exam papers. If you are consistent in your work, you can definitely top these exams. Don't lose hope. All the best.
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Hi, my name is Ayush Kumar Singh. I am from supaul,Bihar. My question is..... I am now in class 10th in 2020 and in next year i will move to class 11th. Do then also i can enroll in NTSE exam. in class 11th.
Hi Ayush Kumar Singh,
According to the latest eligibility criteria of National Talent Search Examination (NTSE), students who are currently enrolled in class 10 from any recognized school/board are eligible to apply for NTSE exam.
So, after coming in Class 11 you can't enroll for NTSE exam.
Refer here for more info - https://school.careers360.com/exams/ntse
Feel free to ask doubts in the Comment Section.
I hope this information helps you.
Is there is resevation for obc category in ntse jharkhand stage1 ??
Sorry to say you but there is no such kinds of reservations for OBC category in NTSE Jharkhand stage 1. But there is reservation for other categories. Hope this will help you .
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