National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the JEE Main 2019 important dates. The exam for paper 1 will be a computer-based test and for paper 2, it will be partially computer based (for Mathematics and Aptitude) and partially pen and paper-based (for Drawing) 2019 and will be held twice a year – January and April. Candidates may keep track of the important dates of JEE Main 2019 to avoid missing any important event. JEE Main 2019 registrations for the exam to be held in January has started from September 1; last date to pay fees is October 1 while registrations for the April exam will commence from February 8 to March 7. The exam dates of JEE Main are January 6 to 20, 2019 and April 6 to 20, 2019 respectively. Candidates can check the JEE Main important dates 2019 for January and April exams on this page.
National Testing Agency will hold JEE Main 2019 twice a year in online mode. The computer-based exams will be held in eight slots in January and again in April. Each slot can accommodate about 2 lakh students. The exam syllabus, pattern, fees and language will remain the same. If candidates appear for both exams, the better of the scores will be taken into consideration. JEE Main Paper 2 will be conducted as a computer-based test for Mathematics & Aptitude and as a pen-paper test for Drawing.
|1.||Student Registrations (for practice centre)||August 28, 2018|
|2.||Online availability of application form||September 1, 2018|
|3.||Last date of online application form submission and uploading of scanned images||September 30, 2018|
|4.||Last date of pay fees||October 1, 2018|
|5.||Application form correction date||October 8-14, 2018|
|6.||JEE Main Registration for Practice Centre||September 1, 2018|
|7.||JEE Main Additional Fee Payment if applicable (During Correction)||to be notified|
|8.||Announcement of Date and Shift for Paper I and II||October 5, 2018|
|9.||Announcement of Exam City for Paper I and II||October 21, 2018|
|10.||JEE Main Admit Card||December 17, 2019|
|11.||JEE Main 2019 Exam (Computer Based Test)||January 6 to 20, 2019|
|12.||Answer Key and OMR sheets display||To be notified|
|13.||Answer Key challenge acceptance||To be notified|
|14.||JEE Main Result||January 31, 2019|
|1.||Online availability of application form||February 8, 2019|
|2.||Last date of online application form submission and uploading of scanned images||March 7, 2019|
|3.||Remove Discrepancy in Uploaded Images in JEE Main Application||to be notified|
|4.||JEE Main Mock Test||September 1, 2018|
|5.||JEE Main Application Correction||To be notified|
|6.||JEE Main Additional Fee Payment if applicable (During Correction)||To be notified|
|7.||Admit Card availability||March 18, 2019|
|8.||JEE Main 2019 Exam (Computer Based Test)||April 6 to 20, 2019|
|9.||Answer Key and OMR sheets||After April 21, 2019|
|10.||Answer Key challenge acceptance||April last week, 2019|
|11.||JEE Main Result||April 30, 2019|
|12.||All India Ranks declaration||May, 2019|
JEE Main 2019 Application Dates - Since the exam is being held twice in a year, registrations will also be available separately for each exam. JEE Main 2019 registrations for the January 2019 exam has started from September 1 to 30, 2018; the fees can be paid till October 1. Registration for the April 2019 exam will start from February 8 to March 7, 2019.
JEE Main 2019 Exam Dates – NTA has announced the exam dates for JEE Main 2019. The exam will be held from January 6 to 20, 2019 while it will be held again from April 6 to 20, 2019. Candidates can appear for either one exam or both the exams. In case they appear for both, the better of the two scores will be considered.
JEE Main 2019 Admit Card Dates - Candidates can download JEE Main 2019 admit card from December 17 if they are appearing for the exam to be held in January 2019. The JEE Main 2019 admit card for the April exam will be available for download from March 18, 2019.
JEE Main 2019 Result Dates - Candidates who have appeared for the exam in January can check their JEE Main 2019 result on January 31 while candidates who have appeared for the April exam can check their result of JEE Main on April 30.
IIT Roorkee will be releasing the JEE Advanced 2019 important dates in online mode for all the aspirants. The important dates of JEE Advanced 2019 will carry schedule of the events related to the entrance exam. Along with the JEE Advanced important dates 2019, authorities will also release the brochure of the entrance exam. With the help of JEE Advanced 2019 important dates candidates will be able to keep a track on all the events like commencement of application process, exam date, result etc. JEE Advanced is the gateway for the admission to various premier engineering institutions like IITs. To be eligible for JEE Advanced 2019, candidates will have to first qualify JEE Main, a national level engineering entrance exam. Important dates of JEE Advanced 2019 will also enable candidates to keep a track on all the events related to JoSAA, Candidates who will qualify JEE Advanced 2019 will have to participate in JoSAA counselling for seat allocation process. To check the JEE Advanced important dates 2019, go through the full article.
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|1.||Release of mock test of JEE Advanced 2019||Third week of December 2018|
|2.||Commencement of online registration or application process||First week of May 2019|
|3.||Last date to register for JEE Advanced 2019||First week of May2019|
|4.||Last day for application fee payment||First week of May2019|
|5.||Issue of admit card||Second week of May 2019|
|6.||JEE Advanced 2019||Third week of May 2019|
|7.||(a) Display of ORS and scanned responses of JEE Advanced 2019 (b) Scanned responses review request||Third week of May 2019|
|8.||Display of answer keys||Last week of May 2019|
|9.||Last date for feedback on answer keys of HEE Advanced 2019||Last week of May 2019|
|10.||Declaration of result||Second week of June 2019|
|11.||Start date of registration for Architecture Aptitude Test 2019||Second week of June 2019|
|12.||Architecture Aptitude Test 2019||Third week of June 2019|
|13.||Declaration of Architecture Aptitude Test Result 2019||Third week of June 2019|
|14.||Commencement of seat allotment process through JoSAA 2019||Third week of June 2019|
JEE Advanced Exam Schedule 2019
JEE Advanced 2019 will carry two paper for which candidates need to appear. The entrance exam will be conducted in two session. Mentioned below is the tentative JEE Advanced 2019 exam schedule for candidates reference. The exam schedule of JEE Advanced 2019 will be updated as soon as it is officially released by the authorities.
JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Schedule
|Paper-1||Third week of May 2019||9:00 am to 12:00 pm||Session 1|
|Paper-2||Third week of May 2019s||2:00 pm to 5:00 pm||Session 2|
JoSAA Important Dates 2019
JEE Main and JEE Advanced qualified candidates will have to participate in the counselling of JoSAA 2019 for the seat allocation process. To participate in JoSAA 2019 counselling, candidates will have to register and fill the choices within the given time frame. There will seven rounds along with the 2 mock seat allocation in JoSAA counselling 2019. Candidates who will qualify the JEE Advanced 2019 will have to keep a track on JoSAA 2019 important dates. With the help of important dates of JoSAA 2019 candidates will be available to keep a tab on events like start and end dates of registration and choice filling, seat allocation result and more. Given below is the table of JoSAA important dates 2019 for candidates reference.
JoSAA 2019 Important Dates
|S. No.||Events||Dates (Tentative)|
|1.||Announcement of JEE Main 2019 All India Ranks by Joint Apex Board||Last week of April 2019|
|2.||Commencement of one registration and choice filling||Third week of June 2019|
|3.||JEE Advanced AAT 2019||Third week of June 2019|
|4.||Round 1- Release of mock seat allocation||Third week of June 2019|
|5.||Round 2- Mock seat allocation announcement||Third week of June 2019|
|6.||Last date for registration and choice filling||Fourth week of June 2019|
|7.||Reconciliation of data, allocation of seats, verification and validation||Fourth week of June 2019|
|8.||Seat allocation- Round 1||Fourth week of June 2019|
|9.||Acceptance of seat and reporting at the institute allotted- Round 1||Fourth week of June 2019|
|10.||Display of seats filled and availability status- Round 1||First week of July 2019|
|11.||Seat Allocation- Round- 2||First week of July 2019|
|12.||Acceptance of seat and reporting at the institute allotted- Round 2||First week of July 2019|
|13.||Display of filled seats/availability status- Round 2||First week of July 2019|
|14.||Seat allocation- Round 3||Second week of July 2019|
|15.||Acceptance of seat and reporting at the institute allotted- Round 3||Second week of July 2019|
|16.||End of third round- Round 3||Second week of July 2019|
|17.||Seat allocation- Round 4||Second week of July 2019|
|18.||Round 4 - Acceptance of seat and reporting at the institute allotted||Second week of July 2019|
|19.||Display of filled seats/availability status- Round 4||Second week of July 2019|
|20.||Seat allocation- Round 5||Second week of July 2019|
|21.||Acceptance of seat and reporting at the institute allotted- Round 5||Second week of July 2019|
|22.||Display of filled seats/availability status- Round 5||Second week of July 2019|
|23.||Seat allocation- Round 6||Third week of July 2019|
|24.||Acceptance of seat and reporting at the institute allotted- Round 6||Third week of July 2019|
|25.||Display of filled seats/availability status- Round 6||Third week of July 2019|
|26.||Seat allocation- Round 7||Third week of July 2019|
|27.||Acceptance of seat and reporting at the institute allotted-Round 7||Third week of July 2019|
Candidates can check the important dates of WBJEE 2019 to know when the various events related to the admission process will be conducted by the authorities. West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board has not declared the official WBJEE 2019 important dates as of yet. Therefore, the candidates can refer to the tentative dates given below to be aware of when the admission events may take place. WBJEE important dates 2019 will consist of information related to application, admit card, examination, result, counselling and more. The updated important dates of WBJEE 2019 will be available here as soon as it is released. Registration for WBJEE examination will be open tentatively in the third week of December 2018. Check the full article to know more information about WBJEE Important Dates 2019.
|S. No.||Events||Dates (Tentative)|
|1.||Availability of Brochure along with domicile and income certificate||December 2018|
|2.||Release of WBJEE 2019 application form||Third week of December 2018|
|3.||Final date to fill and submit the application form of WBJEE 2019||Third week of January 2019|
|4.||Downloading of WBJEE Admit Card 2019||Second week of April 2019|
|5.||WBJEE 2019 Paper I (Mathematics)||Fourth week of April 2019|
|6.||WBJEE 2019 Paper II (Physics & Chemistry)||Fourth week of April 2019|
|7.||Release of Preliminary Answer Key of WBJEE 2019||First week of June 2019|
|8.||Final Answer Key of WBJEE 2019||Third week of June 2019|
|9.||Announcement of WBJEE 2019 Result||First week of June 2019|
|10.||Counselling – Registration, Password Creation and Payment of Registration Fee||Second week of Third week of June 2019|
|11.||Choice Filling||Second week of Third week of June 2019|
|12.||Choice Locking||Third week of June 2019|
|13.||Seat Allotment – Round 1||Third week of June 2019|
|14.||Physical reporting for document verification, payment of fee, collection of allotment cards at Reporting Centres (RCs) and withdrawal, etc||Third week to Fourth week of June 2019|
|15.||Physical reporting and admission at final allotted institute for admission by candidates who are allotted seats in Round 1||Third week to First week of July 2019|
|16.||Seat Allotment – Round 2||Fourth week of June 2019|
|17.||Physical Reporting for verification of documents, fee payment, collection of allotment cards at RCs and withdrawal, etc after Round 2||Fourth week of June to First week of July 2019|
|18.||Seat Allotment – Round 3||First week of July 2019|
|19.||Physical Reporting for verification of documents, fee payment, collection of allotment cards at RCs and withdrawal, etc after Round 3||First week of July 2019|
|20.||Physical Reporting at finally allotted institute by candidates who have been allotted||First week of July 2019|
|21.||Conclusion of Admission Process||Second week of July 2019|
|22.||Mop-up Round (if vacant seats are available)||July 2019|
WBJEE 2019 Application Process – The application form for WBJEE 2019 will be available tentatively from the third week of December 2019. Candidates will be able to register tentatively till the third week of January 2019.
WBJEE 2019 Admit Card – Registered candidates will be able to download their admit card tentatively from the second week of April 2019. Without the admit card, the candidates will not be allowed to participate in the examination.
WBJEE 2019 Examination – The examination of WBJEE 2019 will be conducted on the same day for both Paper I (Mathematics) and Paper II (Physics and Chemistry) tentatively in the fourth week of April.
WBJEE 2019 Result – Candidates will be able to check their secured scores in the examination through the result which will be declared tentatively in the first week of June 2019.
WBJEE 2019 Counselling – Eligible candidates will be able to participate in the counselling session after completing their registration process which will commence tentatively in the second week of June 2019.
This article has been written as per the last year’s information. Updated details will be available here as soon as it is released.
The conducting body, National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the NEET 2019 important dates. Aspirants seeking to pursue MBBS/BDS must keep track of the important dates of NEET 2019. NTA will conduct the entrance exam only once a year. The NEET important dates 2019, announced by the NTA mentions the date of registration form availability, conduction of the exam, admit card download, result declaration. The registrations for NEET 2019 will start on November 1, 2018.The pen and paper test of NEET 2019 will be held on May 5 for which the result will be released on June 5. Candidates can check the information provided below for all the details pertaining to NEET 2019 important dates.
|S. No.||Events||Dates (Tentative)|
|1.||Online application release date||November 1, 2018|
|2.||Last date of receiving online application||November 30, 2018|
|3.||Application correction window||To be notified|
|4.||Release of admit card||April 15, 2019|
|5.||NEET 2019 exam date)||May 5, 2019|
|6.||Release of official answer key||To be notified|
|7.||Declaration of results||June 5, 2019|
NEET 2019 Application Dates The registration facility will be available from November 1 to November 30, 2018. Candidates will be required to register for NEET 2019 in the said time to appear for the exam.
NEET 2019 Exam Dates – The exam dates of NEET 2019 have been announced by NTA. NEET 2019 will be held in a single shift and in a single session. The date of the conduction of exam is May 5, 2019.
NEET 2019 Admit Card Dates – The release date for NEET 2019 admit card has been notified by the NTA. The NEET 2019 admit card dates will be issued on April 15, 2019.
NEET 2019 Result Dates – NTA will release the result of NEET 2019 on June 5, 2019. After the release of NEET result, the counselling process will start.
Aspirants who appeared for the AIIMS MBBS exam should ensure they are familiar with the important dates of AIIMS MBBS . The important dates of AIIMS MBBS were released by AIIMS New Delhi on February 5th, after the official AIIMS notification was released on February 1st. On June, AIIMS, New Delhi released the AIIMS MBBS result. The result has been released in the form of merit list and can be checked by logging through the individual AIIMS MBBS account. The exam was conducted on May 26th and May 27th. The exam was conducted in four shifts for the time.
As per the notification released on March 6, AIIMS MBBS application form correction window was opened between March 8 and March 12th. Candidates who submitted or made corrections their AIIMS MBBS application forms during this window, the final status of their applications was updated on AIIMS 'MyPage' portal by March 20th. For the first time this year, the exam of AIIMS MBBS was held across two days, the dates of which candidates can check here. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi had earlier issued a few key dates regarding the AIIMS MBBS exam in September last year itself but these have now been changed. Candidates should therefore only check the AIIMS MBBS. Important Dates which was released by AIIMS New Delhi on February 5th and are given here.
As per the dates released by AIIMS New Delhi, the application form of AIIMS MBBS m was opened from February 5th, and ended by 5.00 PM on March 5th.The application form of AIIMS MBBS was re-opened once again between March 8 and March 12 for all candidates who were unable to submit the application form on time after making payment or were unable to make corrections on time.
AIIMS MBBS was successfully conducted on May 26th and May 27th. Candidates were required to carry their admit card, photo identity card and a passport sized photograph to the exam centre as some candidates without photo identity card were not allowed to sit for the examination on May 26th and May 27th. The result of AIIMS MBBS will be declared on June, while the counselling process will take place over the months of July, August and September. Read below to see the confirmed and tentative AIIMS MBBS Important Dates.
|S. No.||Events||AIIMS MBBS Important Dates|
|1.||AIIMS MBBS 2018 Admission Notification||February 1st|
|2.||AIIMS MBBS Application Process opens||February 5th|
|3.||Application Process closes||March 5th(5.00 PM)|
|4.||Application Window re-opens||March 8th|
|5.||Application Window final closing||March 12th (till 5.00 PM)|
|6.||Checking of final application status, rejection and deficiencies||March 20th|
|7.||AIIMS MBBS Admit card issued||May 10th|
|8.||AIIMS MBBS 2018||May 26th and May 27th|
|9.||Result Declaration||June 18th|
|10.||AIIMS MBBS 2018 First Counselling||July 3rd,4th, 5th and 6th*|
|11.||AIIMS MBBS 2018 Second Counselling||August 2nd*|
|12.||AIIMS MBBS 2018 Third Counselling||September 4th *|
|13.||AIIMS MBBS 2018 Open Counselling||September 27th*|
*Tentative dates; subject to change
Application Form of AIIMS MBBS – The AIIMS MBBS application form was released by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi, from February 5th onwards. The last date to fill the AIIMS MBBS application form was March 5. On March 6, AIIMS New Delhi issued a notification as per which all candidates who completed application fee payment but were unable to complete the form or make necessary corrections were allowed to do so between March 1st week. AIIMS New Delhi will be the official body responsible for the AIIMS MBBS admission process. 800 seats have been made available for aspirants to apply to across 9 different AIIMS institutes, including the two new ones in Guntur and Nagpur.
Admit Card of AIIMS MBBS – Candidates who have successfully submitted the AIIMS MBBS Application Form were allowed to download their AIIMS MBBS Admit Card as soon as it made available online on May 1st week . The AIIMS MBBS Hall Ticket was available for download till the exam days. It was compulsory for all candidates to carry the printout of the AIIMS MBBS Admit Card when appearing for the exam.
AIIMS MBBS Exam Day – For the first time, AIIMS MBBS was held on two exam days. Admissions to the nine All India Institutes of Medical Sciences will take place through the AIIMS MBBS Entrance Exam which was held on Saturday & Sunday, May 4th week . The exam was held at approximately 155 cities as a Computer Based Test (CBT) in two sessions on each day, the duration of each session being 3 hours and 30 minutes. Apart from the exam dates of AIIMS Mbbs, candidates should also check the session for which they are required to appear for.
AIIMS MBBS Result Declaration – The result declaration of AIIMS MBBS has been declared on June 3rd week, around three weeks after the exam is held. Candidates can now check the result to know their qualifying status for the 800 seats available at the nine AIIMS institutes located in New Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur, Rishikesh, Guntur and Nagpur.
AIIMS MBBS Counselling – Qualified candidates of AIIMS MBBS will be invited to attend the counselling procedure at AIIMS New Delhi, which is expected to take place over three rounds. As per the important AIIMS MBBS Counselling dates, the first round will take place in the first week of July over four days, while the second and third rounds will take place in the months of August and September respectively. An open counselling round may also be held in September if required.
|S. No.||Events||AIIMS MBBS Important Dates|
|1.||Medical examination of qualified candidates||July second week|
|2.||Orientation Session||July 2nd week|
|3.||CREST orientation programme||July 2nd week|
|4.||Interactive session with faculty||July 2nd week|
|5.||Commencement of Classes||August 1st|
*Tentative date; subject to change
The admission process at the other eight AIIMS institutes is expected to take place over the months of July and August .
Olympiad examinations at school level are competitive examination, based on the school syllabus, which are conducted through various independent organizations. These exams give exposure to students about competition and make them ready to face any competitive challenge that would be thrown open to them in the future.
Olympiad Examinations help to identify a child’s capability and assessment of his/her real potential in competing in today’s world. They also bring out the areas needing attention so that proper orientation can be given in areas lacking prof iciency. In a nutshell, they are a platform for realistic assessment to prepare a child to face the modern competitive world.
Competition is a healthy concept. Competition helps a student to strive for better. It creates a feeling of excitement. Moreover, it leads to success. Without competition, students would be lazy, and they would become incompetent. Competition is good for children. It helps children to develop healthy attitudes about winning and losing. Children become competitive as they ref ine and practice skills and develop coordination and cognitive abilities. Competition can encourage growth and push a child to excel.
When Kid s compete with another Kid s, they work harder, in the process all the students improve their knowledge. If there were no competition, only the best of the class would expand his/her knowledge
Experts agree that “Early Age Competition” can be a “win” for Kid s — but only if parents, coaches and teachers handle it well. The competition should be healthy, not harmful.
There are many Olympiad Examinations are happening all across the year. These exams are conducted through various organizations.
To participate in these exams, you need to talk to your school. Most of these exams are conducted through schools only.
If you are interested in conducting olympiad exams in your school, please contact the organisers of the exam. For you reference we are specifying their contact details.
As we mentioned earlier, most of these exams are conducted through schools only and if your school is not participating, you will not be able to participate in most of these exams.
As, most of these Olympiad examinations are conducted through school only and, if your school is not participating you have very limited option for appearing in these exams.
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National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is one of the most prestigious national level scholarship programs. Its aim is to identify talented individuals and nurture them. This exam is conducted by National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) for Std. 10th students. The exam is held on two stages viz. Stage 1 (State/UT level) and Stage 2 (National level). Every year about 50 Lakh candidates apply for this program and roughly 1000 candidates are awarded this scholarship. This article will provide you with all the details regarding NTSE.
|S. No.||Events||Important Dates (Tentative dates)|
|1.||Last submission date of NTSE Application Form||To be notified by the respective State/UT. It may vary from state to state (31st August 2017 tentatively)|
|2.||NTSE Admit Card for Stage 1||October 25 to November 5|
|3.||Stage 1 Exam in Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Andaman & Nicobar Islands||November 4|
|4.||Stage 1 Exam in all other States/UTs||November|
|5.||Stage 1 Exam in Maharashtra||November 12|
|6.||Stage 1 Exam in Bihar & West Bengal states||November 13|
|7.||Stage 2 Exam in all the States/UTs||May 14|
Candidates currently studying in Std. 10th can apply for the NTSE. The stage 1 of the NTSE examination is conducted by different states/UT, thus depending upon the location of your school, you can apply for the examination. There is no domicile restriction for the examination. Candidates registered under Open Distance Learning (ODL) are also eligible for this scholarship, provided he/she is less than 18 years of age, unemployed and appearing for the Std. 10th examination for the first time.
NTSE broadly consists of two sections
1) Mental Ability Test (MAT)
2) Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) and Language Test.
The questions are Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s). Further, the MAT section would consist of, Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning and SAT section would consist of Mathematics, Social Sciences, and Science. The details of the syllabus are given here:
The selection process of NTSE has two stages viz. Stage 1 and 2. Stage 1 is conducted by the State/ UT and stage 2 is conducted by the NCERT. Only the students qualifying stage 1 are eligible for stage 2 and the students qualifying stage 2 would be awarded the scholarship. The qualifying marks for a general category candidate are 40% and for SC/ST/PH candidate is 35%.
Language Test: It is qualifying in nature and the marks obtained for the language test will not be counted for the final selection.
NTSE application form will be made available for all states and UT’s by their respective state governments and UT’s and the candidates are to fill their respective application form provided by their state governments and UT’s before the prescribed deadline. NTSE forms are available now and can be filled ‘Online’ by following the states SCERT website or ‘Offline’ through the states liaison officer. As per the application process of NTSE, the application forms are to be signed by the school principal. The details regarding the complete application process and form filling are available here.
Stage 1 (State/UT level):
This stage will comprise of 3 papers viz. Mental Aptitude Test (MAT), Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and Language Test (English/Hindi)
|Paper||Test||No. of questions||Marks||Duration|
|Paper-1||Mental Aptitude Test (MAT)||50||50||45 minutes|
|Paper-2||Language Test (English/Hindi)||50||50||45 minutes|
|Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)||100||100||90 minutes|
Stage 2 (National level):
The pattern will be similar to stage 1 but there will be negative marking for this stage. 1/3rd marks would be deducted for every wrong answer and no marks would be deducted for un-attempted questions.
Follow NCERT books
You are advised to follow the NCERT std. 9th and 10th text books for the NTSE exam. You should be thorough the test books since you will find your basics here.
Choose your reference books wisely and stick to them
Since there is a lot of content available on the NTSE, you are advised to choose your content wisely and follow it till the end. Do not build a library for yourself. The details on the reference books are given here.
Take a sample test
Now, after preparing for a considerable amount of time, take a mock test and understand where do you stand and strategize your preparation accordingly.
Analyse your performance
This probably one of the most important parts of your preparation. You should analyse your performance to understand your strengths and weaknesses. You work on your weaknesses and play to your strengths.
Work on individual sections
You should strengthen your MAT and SAT sections. Give sufficient time for both and also work on your general knowledge skills.
You have to practice and practice and practice. Solve as many questions as you can also if you get time, try solving puzzles like the Sudoku, Kakuro etc. to improve your analytical skills. Devote 3-4 hours every day for your preparation. Get exposed to a variety of questions so that the exam doesn’t surprise you. Get out of your comfort zone and know that here’s where all the magic happens. All the best!!
Make sure that NTSE admit card is not detached from the application form. The NTSE admit card will be sent to the chief superintendent of the examination centre after the allocation of the numbers. You can collect the admit card from the chief superintendant of the examination centre at least one week before the examination. A printout of the NTSE admit card is compulsory for the NTSE exam. Candidates not carrying the admit cards will not be allowed to take the examination.