WRITTEN EXAM COACHING - NTSE Exam Coaching

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The faculty at Cadeto India is highly qualified and vastly experienced in successfully coaching students for written examinations. The standards of excellence followed by us ensure that each student who opt for coaching with us feels confident and well prepared for the exam. Not only do we cover the entire syllabus subject, we also prepare our students with mock tests, previous year question papers and doubt clearing sessions.

NTSE Exam Preparation

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National Talent Search Exam Preparation


The National Talent Search Examination is one of the most prestigious scholarship examinations in India. The aim of the examination is to identify talented students across the country and award them with a scholarship program so that they can pursue their further studies. The examination is conducted by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).


The students are identified through a two-tier examination process i.e. Stage I and Stage II. Students clearing the stage 1 exam are only allowed to sit for the stage 2 examination. So, students must prepare hard for the exam and should be totally familiar with the NTSE Syllabus to score good marks on the exam.


Stage I: It is conducted by different states and union territories in India. It is a state level examination.

Stage II: It is conducted by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). It is a national level examination.


NTSE Exam Pattern

The questions in the exam are multiple choice questions. The exam pattern for NTSE is the same for both stage 1 and stage 2. The exam consists of three tests:


Mental Ability Test (MAT) – Test a student’s ability to problem-solving and reasoning skills.


Language Test (LT) – Contain questions from Paragraph completion, Fill in the blanks, English Comprehensions, Synonyms & Antonyms, etc.


Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) – Contain questions from sections like Maths, Science, Geography, History, Political Science & Economics.

The detailed NTSE Exam Pattern is given in the table mentioned below.

Mental Ability Test (MAT) - 45 

Minutes, 50 Questions, 50 Marks

Language Test (LT) - 45 Minutes, 50 Questions, 50 Marks

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) ­- 90 Minutes, 100 Questions, 100 Marks

1 mark is awarded for every correct answer for both stage 1 and 2.

No negative mark is deducted for a wrong answer in stage 1.

1/3rd mark is deducted for every wrong answer in stage 2.


NTSE Exam Syllabus

The NTSE exam syllabus is one of the most important components to prepare for the exam. The NTSE Syllabus (NTSE stage 1 syllabus and stage 2 syllabus) is provided here so that students can prepare for the exam in a better way. The NTSE Exam is conducted for students studying in Class 10. Only 10th standard students (below 18 years of age) are eligible to appear for the examination.

The NTSE syllabus for the subjects Mathematics, English, General Knowledge, Mental Ability, Science and Social Science is given in the table mentioned below.


Mathematics Syllabus

Algebraic Expressions

Basic Geometry

Arithmetic Progressions

Coordinate Geometry

Arithmetic

Circles

Direct & inverse variation

Linear Equation

Mensuration

Exponent

Percentage & its Application

Number System

Quadratic Equations

Probability

Simple interest & Compound interest

Playing with Numbers

Statistics

Rational Numbers

Square Root & Cube Root

Triangles

Surface Areas and Volumes

Trigonometry


Science Syllabus

Air

Acid Bases and Salt

Cellular Level of Organisation

Carbon and its Compounds

Fibres and Plastics

Diversity in Living Organisms

Measurement

Life Processes

Metals & Non Metals

Human Body

Heredity and Evolution

Food Production & Management

Heredity and Evolution

Light and Sound

Magnetism & Electricity at Work

Micro-organisms

Periodic Classification of Elements

Our Environment

Motion and Force

Periodic Classification of Elements

Plant and Animal Nutrition

Physical and Chemical Changes

Work and energy

The Universe

Water

Structure of Atom

Soil

Source of Energy

Reproduction

Some Common Diseases


Social Science Syllabus

Agriculture

Biosphere

Culture, Science and Literature

Diversity and Livelihood

Early States

French Revolution

Indian Constitution

Indian Freedom Struggle

Industrial Revolution

Internal Structure of the Earth and Rocks

Jainism, Buddhism and Conquerors from Distant Lands

Major Domains and Landforms

Medieval Architecture and Culture

Nationalism in Various Countries

New Empires and Kingdoms

Popular Movements and Social Reforms

Resources and Development

The Delhi Sultanate

The Mauryas

UN and International Agencies

Vedic Period

World History

Atmosphere

British Raj

Democracy and Elections

Early Medieval Period

Eighteenth Century Political Formation

India and its Neighbors

Indian Economics

Indus Valley Civilization

Introduction and Sources of Ancient Indian History

Local and State Government

Maps and Globe

Motion of the Earth

Natural Vegetation

Our Country – India

Population

Solar System

The Judiciary

The Mughal Empire

Union Government

Water Resources


Mental Ability Syllabus

Alphabet and Number Test

Analogy (Verbal)

Calendar, Time and Clock

Analogy (Non Verbal)

Embedded Figure

Mathematical Operations

Ranking and Arrangements

Series (Verbal)

Water and Mirror Images

Series (Non – Verbal)

Coding-Decoding

Blood Relations

Classification

Direction Sense

Figure Partition and Dot Situation

Missing Character

Venn Diagrams

Word Problems


General Knowledge Syllabus

Abbreviations

Books and Authors

Sports

Awards and Recognitions

India

World


English Syllabus

Antonyms

One word substitution

Reading Comprehension

Sentence Completion

English Grammar

Paragraph Completion

Rearrangement of Jumbled Words

Synonyms