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JEE MAINS 2019 Paper/Solution

IIT JEE MAIN papers with solution



National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) national-level scholarship program in India to identify with high intellect and academic talent.

Info About NTSE
  • Field

    Academic Excellence
  • Eligibility

    Students Pass the Class
  • Subjects

    Science and English
  • Applicants

    10 Lakhs
  • Qualified

  • Questions Type

  • Paper Pattern

    200 Questions in 3 Hours.
  • Difficulty Level

  • Time to Prepare

    6 Months
  • When

    Stage I-November
    Stage II –March


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By solving previous year’s question papers, aspirants will get the complete overview of the difficulty level and the types of questions that are asked in the NTSE Exam.

After knowing your weakest subject, develop a study plan and devote more time on those Sections .

While solving mock tests and previous year’s papers, you will come to know your strongest subject and where you need to give more attention. With this, you will be able to analyze your performance.

The paper will be designed on the basis of NCERT syllabus only. hence, practice the concepts of NCERT as much you can. There is no shortcut method to get good marks. The more you practice, the better will be your chances to get selected. Also, more practice provides you the confidence, good subject knowledge, and more accuracy.

All you need to know about NTSE

NTSE Selection process will be two-stage process for the award of scholarship. Stage I selection is done by States / UTs after a written examination. Students that qualify Stage I are eligible to appear for Stage II examination by NCERT. Qualifying marks of Candidates from General category is 40% in every paper and the candidates from SC, ST, PH it is 32% in each paper.