Weekend course for NTSE Coaching

The National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is conducted by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) on a yearly basis. It is conducted for the school students studying in recognized schools in 10th standard. The purpose of this examination is to provide school students the opportunity to avail scholarships for further education. The students are chosen through an official selection process of NCERT which is done in two stages. The NCERT declares both the stages through notification to the eligible and interested students. FGA guides students on the NTSE examination and provides the required NTSE study materials. Our NTSE coaching helps the students achieve outstanding results in the mental ability test and Scholastic Aptitude Test.

NTSE Class 10 Syllabus and Exam pattern

The NTSE exam comprises of two tests which are Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).

Both the exams follow an MCQ pattern where each question has four alternatives. The students are supposed to choose one option. Each question weighs one mark, and therefore, the total score is the sum of all the right answers given by the students.

NTSE Mental Ability Test (MAT) Syllabus

The significance of the MAT lies in the benefits it offers for the intellectual development of students. Rather than just testing the learners on theoretical abilities MAT is designed in a way where it examines their power to reason and think logically. It identifies the level of learners to judge and their competency to visualize in space, etc. The subject is primarily inclined towards problem-solving, perception, decoding abilities and analogies.

NTSE Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Syllabus

The Scholastic Aptitude Test component of NTSE is inclined towards language proficiency and creativity. Learners can appear for either Hindi or English language. A student needs to prepare for language learning aspects such as interpretation, comprehension reading and creative elements in a language. Achieving astounding scores in these tests can further help the students in getting scholarships. The FGA weekend course for NTSE coaching assists you in achieving the same.

NTSE Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Syllabus (Math, Science & Social Science)

This section evaluates the theoretical learning outcomes of the students. They assess the book-knowledge. The NCERT does not have a prescribed syllabus for the State Level or National Level Examination. This is because India doesn’t have a unified board system.

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At FGA, we do not merely churn out scholars; we craft and mold the minds of the students to transform them in holistic learners, who are inquisitive about life in general! If you would like to be a part of the journey, make sure you learn about our courses for Class IX and Class X students for IIT and Medical foundation reinforcement as well as our regular courses for students studying in CBSE, ICSE and State Board curriculum .

Test Question Marks Time
Mental Ability Test (MAT) 50 50 45 minutes
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
Language Test 50 50 45 minutes
Science, Mathematics & Social Science 100 100 90 minutes

NTSE Mental Ability Test (MAT) Syllabus

This test is given to you to judge your power of reasoning, ability to think, ability to judge, evaluate or discriminate, ability to visualize in the space, spatial orientation, etc. A variety of questions, for example - analogies, classification, series, pattern perception, hidden figures, coding decoding, block assembly, problem solving, etc. are used for this purpose.


NTSE Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Syllabus (Language Test)

Language Test is designed to judge the power of reading comprehension, logical sequencing; interpretative, evaluative, predictive and creative components of language. You can appear for the Language Test either in English or in Hindi.


NTSE Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Syllabus (Maths, Science & Social Science)

This section is conducted to judge how much of text-book knowledge you have gained. As India doesn't have any single unified board system, NCERT has not prescribed any particular syllabus for the State Level Examination or for National Level Examination.

NOTE- You can expect questions that are asked at the National Level (Stage-II) to be standard of Classes IX and X level.