Systematic approach and clear guidance is the key to ace National Talent Search Exam
Every exam has its own strategy to select the best students, so it becomes all the more important that a student strategize properly and perform accordingly.
National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) being a national level exam requires high intellect and academic skills. It is conducted every year in two different levels which are NTSE1 ad NTSE 2. Before starting the preparation for the exam, students must have clarity about the NTSE syllabus and preparation should sync with 10th standard studies. This ensures that their efforts are moving towards right direction.
“While preparing for such a highly competitive exam which identifies talented students who have a special aptitude for Sciences, Mathematics, Social Sciences and questions based on Analytical Reasoning. It is better to have clear concepts and build the right exam temperament. It is also important to have proper training to appear for NTSE as merely solving NCERT Problems may not help. A systematic approach and proper guidance is necessary to clear the two stages of NTSE Exam. Having clarity of concepts and improving your problem solving ability will help you ace NTSE.” Said FIITJEE Expert Ramesh Batlish
Along with right strategy and preparation, it is important to do regular practice and revision of topics. Regular revision and practicing of chapters will help in developing good command on speed and accuracy. For this they need to know the existing level of preparedness for NTSE Exam and practice last year’s NTSE papers. They can analyze their strength and weakness based on the existing preparedness and required to get success in NTSE.
“To evaluate the level of your preparation, it is important to solve more and more previous year NTSE test papers. You will be able to identify areas you are weak and work out your preparation plan for improving upon them. In the last two weeks of your preparation, you should put special emphasis on previous year papers to give your best efforts in the remaining time-frame before NTSE exam. While solving a set of old test papers, you get accustomed to the type of questions asked in NTSE. You need not worry about any kind of surprise element during the exam.” Added Ramesh
As a healthy mind resides in a healthy body, taking sound sleep of seven to eight hours is also an important aspect before the NTSE Exam Day.
“Going early to bed in the night prior to the exam day and getting up early in the morning on the exam day will help relax your mind and body, and you will enter the exam hall with full of energy.” He further added