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Online/Offline Test Series & Quality Study Material: Key to Crack NTSE

Dear Students, as you knoAllen online test series for ntsew NTSE is the biggest exam at the 10th level organized by NCERT. This is the prestigious exam which is based on 10TH CBSE pattern consisting of tests namely Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), which also includes Language Comprehensive Test (LCT).

This is the one of the toughest exam which needs hard & right way preparation for success. Here are three methods of preparing for NTSE:

1. At Home by Quality Study Material:

It will be a go-ahead for the students who are placed in vicinity where they cannot attend and afford classroom courses. ALLEN NTSE study material basically covers complete NCERT syllabus designed for the NTSE exam. It is reasonably comprehensive, researched and prepared by our experienced faculties. It is well described and developed in a self-explanatory format for students.

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Why should I prepare for NTSE?

  • NTSE is one of the oldest and most prestigious scholarship exams in India.
  •  An NTSE scholar commands tremendous respect in the society.
  • Around 1000 NTSE Scholars are finally awarded scholarships based on Stage – II Results.


New policy of ncert of Retention of Records under NTSS

As per Review Committee Meeting held on 17.11.2012 the retention schedule of the
documents/files related to National Talent Search Examination is as under:
Retention of Records under NTSS

Description of Record Answer sheets of candidates (MAT and SAT) National Level Examination
Duration 1 year from the date of examination
Description of Record Test booklets and other documents related to National Talent Search Examination
Duration  1 year from the date of examination
Description of Record Time limit for filing application/grievances after uploading of national level examination results
Duration 10 days from the date of declaration of result



The NTS Examination for the academic year 2012-13 will be held for Class X instead of Class VIII as it was in previous Year.

The amount of scholarship will be Rs. 500/- per month (as per MHRD guidelines).

The state level NTS examination for the year 2012- 13 will be conducted on Sunday, 18th November, 2012.

The national level NTS examination for the academic session 2012-13 will be held on 12th May, 2013.

There will be 90 items in Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) at the state level carrying one mark each.

The qualifying marks will be 40% for general and 32% for SC/ST/Physically Disabled candidates.

Time allowed is 90 minutes for MAT and SAT separately.

Visually Challenged candidates are allowed 30 minutes extra time both in MAT and SAT.

The number of questions allocated for each subject will be:
Physics – 12
Chemistry – 11
Biology – 12
Mathematics – 20
History – 10
Geography – 10
Pol. Science – 10
Economics – 05
The questions framed for the SAT will be based on the syllabus for Classes IX and X as prescribed by the different examination boards

The NTS Awardees of Class VIII at National level are not required to appear in Class X examination again. However, the unsuccessful candidates of Class VIII (who has qualified at State Level but Not at National level) can now again appear
for Class X examination.