NSEA 2022-23 Exam Mock Test

NSEA Mock Test Papers

Vedantu provides the NSEA mock test series for the learning and practice purposes of students aspiring to take the National Standard Examination in Astronomy. Students in the 11th and 12th grades can take this exam. The NSEA mock test series is designed by our highly experienced faculty at Vedantu, to provide students with an opportunity to get a clear idea of the NSEA exam format. Students can sign up on Vedantu and take the NSEA mock test series to enhance their exam preparation. 

What is NSEA?

NSEA can be expanded as the National Standard Examination in Astronomy. It is an exam conducted for students across the country who are interested and passionate in the field of Astronomy and Physics. Students belonging to the senior secondary section are eligible to take part in the exam. It is the Homi Bhabha Center for Science Education (HBCSE) and the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) that together organises and conducts the exam. Students clearing the initial stages will have the opportunity to be a part of the International Astronomy and Astrophysics Olympiad Program. The exam is a platform that aims to bring together passionate students under the same umbrella and provide valuable exposure and experience for the participants. NSEA, being one of the prestigious exams in the country, will act as a wonderful opportunity for students who are looking to pursue a career in the field of Physics or Astronomy as it provides students with excellent perks.

FAQs on NSEA 2022-23 Exam Mock Test

1. Why Should You Take the NSEA Mock Test on Vedantu?

Ans: The NSEA or the National Standard Examination in Astronomy is not a relatively tough exam to crack. Nevertheless, consistent efforts and proper preparation strategy become a requisite to score high marks in the exam. One of the best methods for students to gain maximum confidence before attending the exam is to keep doing mock tests. Vedantu is a trusted platform that can help students in this regard. Students can easily access different kinds of mock tests for a variety of exams including the NSEA at the Vedantu website. These mock tests are prepared by the experts at Vedantu by constantly checking the syllabus and patterns that are generally followed in the exam. By working out several of these mock tests the students will be familiar with the pattern and structure of the question paper and questions. With the help of the answer keys, students will be able to correct themselves, analyse their weak points and work on them by dedicating more time towards them.

2. Where can I access resources to prepare for NSEA?

Ans: The NSEA or the National Standard Examination in Astronomy is considered as one of the few exams that focus on subjects like Physics and Astronomy, amongst the many olympiads and competitive exams that are regularly conducted. Therefore, students might find it unusually difficult to get hold of proper and legitimate resources to prepare for the exam. Vedantu can be one of the feasible options the students can consider to effectively prepare themselves for the exam. It is a platform that is dedicated to assisting students aiming to appear for different competitive exams like Olympiads, NSEA etc. Study materials and many resources including question papers from previous years, sample papers, notes etc can be easily availed at Vedantu along with proper and detailed answer keys with explanations. Going through these materials way ahead of the exam date will give students a sense of confidence to attempt the questions in the exam with much ease and less pressure.

3. What is the exam format for NSEA?

Ans: The exam format for the NSEA or the National Standard Examination in Astronomy was undertaken by the Homi Bhabha Center for Science Education (HBCSE) and the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). It is a fairly unique and simple format that includes an only objective or multiple-choice questions. The medium of the exam is finalised to be English and the exam does not have a proper syllabus outlined. The questions are generally asked from three subjects namely, Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy. A total of 80 questions are included in the question paper and students will be awarded three marks for every right answer and a negative of one mark for every wrong answer they attempt. Generally, the exam is conducted in offline modes across a grant number of centres throughout India. But considering the Covid-19 situations in and around the country, the model for this years’ exam has not been confirmed or announced precisely. 

4. How to apply for NSEA?

Ans: Unlike most other similar exams, the registration or application for the NSEA or the National Standard Examination in Astronomy is done offline. Once the dates for registration are announced by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers, a list of NSE centres are published on the IAPT website. Students are required to check the list and find the nearest centre that is most easily accessible to the students. They can then approach the centre to get the application form and fill in all the required details asked for. The students can then submit the form with a nominal fee at the centre and receive a receipt confirming the registration of the student for the NSEA exam.

5. What is the application fee for NSEA?

Ans: To register for the National Standard Examination in Astronomy or the NSEA, students are mandated to pay a small amount as the registration fee or application fee. For students residing in India, the fee comes to 150 rupees whereas, for the students belonging to the OCI (Overseas Citizens of India) category, the application fee is 5 USD. Students are needed to pay the application fee when they submit their application forms at their own chosen NSE centre. It is also important to note that the participants applying for NSEA need not keep paying the fee at each level or stage of the exam if they clear the initial stage. This amount paid while registering is the only requirement of fees to participate. 

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