Write the exam during Class 10 and Earn from Class 11

NTSE or National Talent Search Examination is a national level exam conducted by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) for granting scholarships to meritorious students studying in class 10th. NTSE is only held for 10th standard students and the exam is conducted in two different stages – Stage 1 and 2. Those who clears Stage 1 will move for Stage 2.

NTSE consists of two parts. Mental Ability Test and Subject Ability Test. Usually students are good at their subjects but not at Mental Ability. We found difficulty among students that they are not able to clear NTSE only because of lagging in Mental Ability.

We Aptiwings are here to train the students with trained teachers in mathematical ability which leads to a good mark in Mental Ability Test.

Stipend for NTSE Scholars

Higher Secondary level Rs.1250/-
Graduate and Postgraduate Rs.2000/-
For a Ph.D. degree (four years) As per UGC norms

Topics for Mental Ability Test

  1. Missing Numbers
  2. Number System
  3. Odd man out
  4. Alphabet series
  5. Analogies
  6. Coding and Decoding
  7. Analytical Reasoning
  1. Counting of Geometrical Pattern
  2. Direction and Distance
  3. Clocks
  4. Calendars
  5. Dice and Cube
  6. Blood Relationship
  1. Venn Diagram
  2. Placing and ordering puzzles
  3. Series completion
  4. Paper Folding and Cutting
  5. Mirror and Water images
  6. Figure Puzzles
  7. Figure Construction and Analysis

Tips for NTSE 2022-23 Exam Preparation

  • Before starting preparation, make a study schedule and allot time to each section in order to cover the complete NTSE syllabus for 2022
  • Find the weak areas and start concentrating on those areas of the NTSE MAT and NTSE SAT syllabuses.
  • Make brief notes; these handwritten notes will assist you in learning and revising the entire course quickly.
  • Try to solve previous year papers and determine the relevant themes after covering all topics in the stage 2 NTSE 2022-23 syllabus.
  • Examine your errors and learn from them; learn time management by completing NTSE previous year question papers within the allotted time.