National Talent Search Examination
Though i have not given the exame but the expected cutoff for NTSE maharastra stage 1 is observed to be :
You can also refer previous years cutoff for the same
Ntseanswer key 2019 of Uttarakhand state
some of the states has already published the answer key , andhra pradesh, gujrat, haryana , puducherry has already published the keys. ntse stage 2 exam will happen on the month of may 2020, so answer keys will be released before the second stage and you may expect it with in the month of february. however follow official website as well as careers360 website to get upcoming details.
ncert in general releases the ntse exam for on the month august .
ntse stage 1 exams was held on on the month of November this year.exams date can be different for different states. the eligibility criteria is Students who are studying in Class 10 from any recognized school, students under Open & Distance Learning education board are also eligible to appear in Stage 1 of NTSE exam.
The cutoff will be released in first week of january. The merit list will be prepared on basis of these cutoff marks. The cutoff may slightly vary from year to year. You can check the relevant data from this article
Hope this helps.
NTSE exam 2020 result will be declared on second week of February 2020 and the cutoff for the exam will be affected by the following factors the
Number of students attended the exam the difficulty of the exam
Highest score scored by candidate and the lowest score of a candidate
Number of seats available
last year the score was 146 for general and 128 for OBC
For 2020 the predicted score is 146 155 for general and 130- 140 for OBC.
So by getting 153 marks, your son has a better chance of qualifying, anyway wait till the result is out.
Hope you get it,Thank you
Considering your marks, It would be very tough to say that. As the expected cut-off lies between 140-150, there is a good chance of you getting selected for second level of Ntse(National talent search Exam) if mistakes were taken into account . Please refer this link for further details.
Since your son has quite a lot of time to prepare for the exam so I would suggest to start with development of MAT skills, Strengthen Mental Ability section as it requires time to develop. Since, NTSE exam is from the syllabus of class 9th and 10th so you can initially start by NCERT of Social Science as Maths and Science of 9th and 10th for a 7th standard student will be tough to handle at this stage. You can start with basic topics of 9th and 10th class for a start. Try to familiarize him with the topics and pattern of the examination by showing the previous years question paper. For further detail about the preparation you can refer to this link.
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