‘What after NTSE stage 1 result 2023′ is the common query among the students who have checked their result. So, in this blog, we will try to explain each and every aspect which occurs after NTSE stage 1 result 2023’.
As you know, NTSE Stage 1 result is declared separately by each state and UT. So, there will be two types of students after the result. One those, whose name is mentioned in the ‘Merit List’ and second, those whose name is not mentioned in the merit list. Below, we will explain the question for both type of students:
Students Whose Name is NOT in ‘Merit List’
Students whose name is not mentioned in the merit list should know that they are not eligible for stage 2 exam. One more important factor in this is that they were unable to score the cutoff marks of their category.
What are Other Options Available?
So, after NTSE Stage 1 Result 2023, they should not be disappointed. They should continue their board exams preparation which are to be held in the coming months.
Along with this, they should know that they have a chance to appear for the KVPY scholarship exam in Class 11. For this exam, they will have to choose the Science stream. If anyone is interested in this exam, then start preparing for KVPY from this time. Thus, he/she will be able to score well in KVPY exam.
Some students also ask, ‘Can I apply for revaluation of the NTSE stage 1 result?’ They should know that there is no provision for revaluation of NTSE stage 1 result 2023. So, they can not apply for revaluation or re-verification.
Students Whose Name is Mentioned in ‘Merit List’
Congrats to the students who name is there in the merit list. They are eligible for stage 2 exam which has been scheduled to be held on June 13, 2023. They should start second stage exam preparation.
Now, selected students ask, ‘Will they have to register for Stage 2 exam too’. So, they do not need to register separately for 2nd stage exam. Respective state level exam conducting authority will send their details to NCERT. They will be able to download second stage NTSE admit card from NCERT website by using their stage 1 exam credentials.
NTSE Stage 2 Syllabus 2023
Stage 2 exam syllabus will be the same as stage 1 exam. However, the difficulty level of stage 2 questions will be higher than stage 1 exam. NTSE OMR sheet will be of the same type in stage 2 exam. We have provided a glimpse of NTSE stage 2 syllabus in the following list:
- Reasoning (Verbal and Non-verbal)
- Class 9 and 10 Maths
- Class 9 and 10 Science (Physics, Biology and Chemistry)
- Class 9 and 10 Social Studies or SST (All sections)
NTSE Stage 2 Exam Pattern 2023
The exam pattern for the stage 2 NTSE exam will be same as stage 1 exam. The same type of and the same number of questions will be asked.
- Exam will be held in an offline mode as an ‘OMR Based Test’.
- The questions will be of multiple choice type, where four options are provided in each question to choose from.
- Exam will consist of two papers: MAT and SAT.
- Every paper is held for a duration of 120 minutes and total duration of Stage 2 exam is 240 minutes or 4 hours.
- There will be no negative marking for wrong attempts. So, if one has confusion among options in a question, then he/she can tick anyone without worrying about minus marks.
- Each correct Question contains 1 marks.
Below is the overview of NTSE stage 2 exam pattern for MAT and SAT Exam:
|Particular||MAT Details||SAT Details|
|Duration||120 minutes||120 minutes|
|Qualifying Marks||40 Marks||40 Marks|
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