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NTSE 2020-21 Answer Key Stage 1 SAT

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An Introduction to SAT

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is coordinated to analyze the overall capacity and concept with respect to Science, Social Science, Mathematics. It challenges their good instinct within a specific time. This test not only explores the concept and philosophy of a student but also checks their critical and analytical thinking skills. This test plans and deals with a particular issue and puts their hypothesis cycle to the test. It is one of the huge Yardstick to screen the contenders dependent on their game plan and ability to comprehend.

Answer Key 2021- NTSE

As examined before NTSE is led in two tests MAT and SAT. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) incorporates Conceptual and learning-based questions from History, Political Science, Economics, Geography, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology.


Stage-1 directed on 13th December 2020 for states Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Haryana, Assam, Maharashtra, and UT Chandigarh.


You can download the Answer keys for the particular states from the Link given below

 

Expected Cut-Offs State Wise


States

MAT Cut-Off

SAT Cut-Off

Overall Cut-Off

Delhi

87-90

84-88

171-175

Madhya Pradesh

90-93

90-94

179-182

Uttar Pradesh

87-93

81-85

165-170

Chattisgarh

84-89

83-88

166-171

Jharkhand

85-90

85-90

169-174

Uttarakhand

85-88

83-87

171-175

Rajasthan

85-90

84-89

169-174

Haryana

74-79

76-80

150-153

Assam

82-86

82-86

162-167

Maharashtra

84-87

81-86

166-170

Chandigarh

86-90

84-89

172-175


Answer Key 2021- NTSE

The SCERTs and state-level release the answer key for the NTSE Examinations for stage 1 in a pdf format on their official website.  The NTSE official answer key 2021 will consist of all the correct answers from which the students can tally their answers and compute their expected score.  Stage 2 can be assessed by the students on the official site of NCERT.


Important dates for release of answer key 2021


Name of the examination

Release Date

NTSE 2021 exam

January 2022

NTSE official answer key 2021

January 2022

Result Dates for NTSE  2022

March 2022

FAQs on NTSE 2020-21 Answer Key Stage 1 SAT

1. When the Result of NTSE Stage- 1 Held in December 2020 will be Declared?

The results for NTSE stage one are released in both modes-online and offline. The result for the exam held in 2021 is released in the form of a merit list. The pdf containing the result contains the name, roll number as well as the MAT and SAT scores of the selected students. All students need to enter the roll number for checking the results. The result of NTSE stage- 1 will be declared state wise in the month of January and February 2021.

2. How are the Test Centres Dispensed in Stage 2?

All the students must compulsorily reach the NTSE exam centres at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time. In case of any other changes, students can submit the request to the respective centre superintendent of the particular centre.There are about 37 Centers across India for stage 2 exams, and normally the candidate is allotted a centre to the state he belongs to. However, the number of exam centres may increase or decrease depending on the number of students appearing for the stage 2 examination.

3. Who would be good for me to contact for data about the NTSE Stage 2 move number and scene of the test?

When a candidate clears Stage 1, they move on and become eligible for the Stage II examination. For this purpose, the candidate does not require filling up any additional documents. Further, you do not have to contact any person for the Data about the NTSE Stage 2 Move Number and Scene of the Test, all details will be received to you via post. The post will be sent at the registered address of the applicant with all the required specifications.

4. When will the NTSE Stage 2 Exams 2021 be conducted?

All States as well as UTs must fill up their NTSE forms before the last date and ensure that they submit it for appearing for the exam. It is available in online/ offline mode. The NTSE Stage II examination was conducted on October 24, as the June exams got delayed because of the Pandemic. The expected release date for the cut off of NTSE Stage 2 of the exam is November/December 2021 in the official website of NCERT.

5. Does the difficulty level vary from state to state?

Yes, each state has a different difficulty level. However, it is always made in such a manner that all the states have nearly the same difficulty level. The cut off rate varies from state to state, this is because of the difference in the candidates who have appeared, and the maximum and minimum marks that are scored by them. However, last year Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal had very tough papers for the SAT Examination as compared to the other states.