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NTSE Sample Papers

NTSE is a scholarship exam conducted all over India to offer scholarships to eligible applicants. Applicants who are going to appear for exam must practice NTSE Sample Papers in order to score well in exam. Download NTSE MAT, SAT Model Question Papers of Stage 1 & 2 from here.

Highlights of NTSE Exam:

Exam NameNational Talent Search Examination
Conducted byState level examination/NTSE Stage 1 is conducted by respective states/UTsNational level or NTSE stage II is conducted by NCERT
Exam LevelNational Level
Class levelClass 10th only
Scholarship amountRs. 1250 per month for Class 11-12Rs. 2000 per month for UG and PG level
Scholarship levelUp to Ph. D. level
Exam ModeOffline examination
Exam PapersMental Aptitude Test (MAT)
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

NTSE Sample Papers

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Andhra PradeshNTSE AP MAT Question Paper with Answer Key (English Medium)
NTSE AP SAT Question Paper with Answer Key (English Medium)
NTSE AP MAT Question Paper with Answer Key (Telugu Medium)
NTSE AP SAT Question Paper with Answer Key (Telugu Medium)
PuducherryNTSE Puducherry Question Paper with Answer Key
RajasthanNTSE Rajasthan Question Paper With Solution
KarnatakaNTSE Karnataka Question Paper With Solution
GujaratNTSE Gujarat Question Paper With Solution
JharkhandNTSE Jharkhand Question Paper With Solution
Madhya PradeshNTSE Madhya Pradesh Question Paper With Solution

NTSE Sample Paper – MAT & Language Comprehensive Test (LCT):

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NTSE Question Paper 2017 Stage 1 for MAT and SATDownload
NTSE MAT Question Paper 2017 Stage 1Download
NTSE Question Paper 2016 stage 1 for MATDownload
NTSE SAT Question Paper 2016 stage 1Download
NTSE Previous Year Papers 2015 stage 1 for MAT and SATDownload
NTSE Question Paper 2015 stage 1 for MATDownload

NTSE Sample Papers Question with Answer

Q.1) GST Stands for

  1. Goods and Supply Tax
  2. Government Sales Tax
  3. Goods and Services Tax
  4. General Sales Tax

Answer: 3

Q.2) Which of the following is a non metal that remains liquid at room temperature?

  1. Phosphorous
  2. Bromine
  3. Chlorine
  4. Helium

Answer:  2

Q.3) Chlorophyll is a naturally occurring chelate compound in which central metal is

  1. copper
  2. magnesium
  3. iron
  4. calcium

Answer:  2

Q.4)  Brass gets discoloured in air because of the presence of which of the following gases in air?

  1. Oxygen
  2. Hydrogen Sulphide
  3. Carbon dioxide
  4. Nitrogen

Answer: 2

Q.5). Which of the following metals forms an amalgam with other metals?

  1. Tin
  2. Mercury
  3. Lead
  4. Zinc

Answer:  2

Q.6) The Paithan (Jayakwadi) Hydro-electric project, completed with the help of Japan, is on the river

  1. Ganga
  2. Cauvery
  3. Narmada
  4. Godavari

Answer:  4

Q.7)  In which decade was the first solid state integrated circuit demonstrated?





Answer: 1

Q.8) The southernmost point of peninsular India, that is, Kanyakumari, is

  1. north of Tropic of Cancer
  2. south of the Equator
  3. south of the Capricorn
  4. north of the Equator

Answer:  4

Q.9) The pass located at the southern end of the Nilgiri Hills in south India is called

  1. the Palghat gap
  2. the Bhorghat pass
  3. the Thalgat pass
  4. the Bolan pass

Answer:  1

Q.10) 1.14 expressed as a per cent of 1.9 is:





Answer: 3

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Q.11) The Battle of Plassey was fought in

  1. 1757
  2. 1782
  3. 1748
  4. 1764

Answer:  1

Q.12). The territory of Porus who offered strong resistance to Alexander was situated between the rivers of

  1. Sutlej and Beas
  2. Jhelum and Chenab
  3. Ravi and Chenab
  4. Ganga and Yamuna

Answer:  2

Q.13). Whether to sell via intermediaries or directly to consumers, how many outlets to sell through, and whether to control or cooperate with other channel members are examples of decisions marketers must make about

  1. Promotion
  2. Price
  3. Distribution
  4. Product

Answer: 3

Q.14. Tripitakas are sacred books of

  1. Buddhists
  2. Hindus
  3. Jains
  4. None of the above

Answer:  1

Q.15) The trident-shaped symbol of Buddhism does not represent

  1. Nirvana
  2. Sangha
  3. Buddha
  4. Dhamma

Answer:  1

Q.16) A sum of money at simple interest amounts to Rs. 815 in 3 years and to Rs. 854 in 4 years. The sum is:

  1. Rs. 650
  2. Rs. 690
  3. Rs. 698
  4. Rs. 700

Answer:  3

Q.17). Mr. Thomas invested an amount of Rs. 13,900 divided in two different schemes A and B at the simple interest rate of 14% p.a. and 11% p.a. respectively. If the total amount of simple interest earned in 2 years be Rs. 3508, what was the amount invested in Scheme B?

  1. Rs. 6400
  2. Rs. 6500
  3. Rs. 7200
  4. Rs. 7500

Answer:  1

Q.18). The four unique elements to services include:

  1. Independence, intangibility, inventory, and inception
  2. Independence, increase, inventory, and intangibility
  3. Intangibility, inconsistency, inseparability, and inventory
  4. Intangibility, independence, inseparability, and inventory

Answer: 3

Q.19). How much time will it take for an amount of Rs. 450 to yield Rs. 81 as interest at 4.5% per annum of simple interest?

1. 3.5 years

2. 4 years

3. 4.5 years

4. 5 years

Answer:  2

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Q.20). Reena took a loan of Rs. 1200 with simple interest for as many years as the rate of interest. If she paid Rs. 432 as interest at the end of the loan period, what was the rate of interest?

  1. 3.6
  2. 6
  3. 18
  4. Cannot be determined

Answer:  2

Q 21) Mahabhasya – an outstanding work in the fields of grammar – is a composition by:

  1. Ashwins
  2. Ghosha
  3. Kakshivat
  4. Patanjali

Answer: 4

Q 22) The Vedas contain all the truth was interpreted by

  1. Swami Vivekananda
  2. Swami Dayananda
  3. Raja Rammohan Roy
  4. None of the above

Answer:  2

Q 23) Indian GST model has _________rate structure.





Answer: 3

Q 24) The graphite rods in the nuclear reactor

  1. The graphite rods in the nuclear reactor
  2. produce neutrons
  3. undergo combustion which triggers the nuclear fission
  4. convert fast moving neutrons into thermal neutrons

Answer:  4

Q 25) Pollination is best defined as

  1. transfer of pollen from anther to stigma
  2. germination of pollen grains
  3. growth of pollen tube in ovule
  4. visiting flowers by insects

Answer:  1

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FAQ’s Related to NTSE:

Ques1: What is the pass mark for NTSE?

Ans: The minimum qualifying marks that a student must obtain is 40% in each paper (for General/OBC category students) and 32% in each paper (for SC/ST/PH category students).

Ques2: Which state has toughest NTSE paper?

Ans: West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh states are known to set the toughest NTSE papers.

Ques3: Is English asked in NTSE?

Ans: NTSE is organized in offline or pen paper-based mode. The paper is available in both the Hindi and English medium. Students need to select any one language from both languages.

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Ques4: Does NTSE have interview?

Ans: There is no Interview in the NTSE Selection. Both Exams have the MAT and SAT section. The exam has centres in every State and Union Territory of the country

Ques5: Can Class 12 students appear for NTSE?

Ans: No, NTSE Examination is not for students of Class 12th. This exam is conducted by NCERT only for students from Class 10th.

NTSE Sample Papers 2021 Details:

National Talent Search Examination exam is for secondary school level to identify and recognize students with high intellect and skills. The examination is conducted every year at 2 levels: Stage 1 (State level) and Stage 2 (National level).

Practicing NTSE Previous Year Question Papers is one of the most important stages for the exam preparation. The NTSE Model Papers will help students get familiar with the question paper pattern and the level of questions asked in the exam.

Candidates are suggested to practice NTSE Solved Papers on a regular basis to excel in this scholarship exam. Solving NTSE Question Papers regularly can help students to improve their speed and accuracy while solving NTSE exam papers.

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