NSEA 2022-23 Exam Sample Paper 1 - Free PDF Download

Introduction to NSEA

The National Standard Examination in Astronomy is considered to be the first stage in the Astronomy Olympiad Examination, qualifying which one gets to sit for INAO, the final stage of the examination. Olympiad being an international level examination, requires a lot of practice as well as patience to reach the end with the same amount of determination. NSEA 2022-23 exam will be held on 23 January 2022.

Students are requested to keep themselves updated about every single piece of information posted on the website and take steps accordingly. Vedantu makes it easier for candidates to keep track of all the important updates. It also provides candidates with various sample papers and important questions which can be related and practised by delving deep into the subject.

Once a candidate is thorough with his/her syllabus, he is advised to get hold of various reference books, jot down important points and add them to their answers. In this way, he acquires a holistic knowledge on the subject concerned and helps in cracking the examination with high scores and standing out from the rest. 

Book your Free Demo session
Get a flavour of LIVE classes here at Vedantu
Vedantu Improvement Promise
We promise improvement in marks or get your fees back. T&C Apply*

Sample Papers for NSEA

Solving sample papers plays a vital role while preparing for the National Standard Examination in Astronomy (NSEA). The experts at Vedantu recommend solving as many sample papers as possible to crack the exam. One can avail the NSEA sample paper 1 on Vedantu’s site. Provided by our experts, it is the best way to understand the exam pattern and solve relevant questions. These NSEA sample paper 1 are solved by our subject experts who are dedicated to training students for such contests.

Students should also try to attend various videos to get different angles on a particular question as well as attend various online lecturing sessions conducted on the Vedantu platform by various research scholars. These sessions are highly enriching and provide candidates with an in-depth analysis of the subject. They organise various doubt-clearing sessions which becomes of great help for the candidates as they get a lot of clarity on the subject.

Importance of Sample Papers

Solving sample papers as well as taking part in as many mock tests as possible increases the pace of the preparation and makes students more confident and optimistic towards their approach. The Olympiad is also a great way of preparing candidates for the future competitive exams that one might take part in. It makes them aware of the question pattern of most important competitive exams as well as helps in developing a greater interest in the subject in the process. 

To take part in the examination, it stands essential to clarify every little doubt a candidate might have in the process. This can be clarified by enrolling oneself in some renowned institutions, where trained scholars help in providing maximum aid to candidates. They can easily clarify their doubts regarding all important questions and hence prepare in the best way possible. 

Examination Details of NSEA

It is absolutely essential to keep oneself updated regarding the registration process and steps further needed to get oneself enrolled in the exam. The registration fee is 150 Rs per head, and it has to be submitted online either through online bank transfer or through credit and debit cards. Once enrolled, candidates should make a note of the important dates that will be provided, such as downloading admit cards, the examination dates and the declaration of the final results. 

The admit card can be accessed from the official website by logging into the candidate’s dashboard by using their registration numbers and date of birth. Once downloaded, one is advised to take a printout of the same and keep it intact until the end of the examination. It is important because none of the candidates will be allowed to enter the examination hall without a hall ticket. 

It won’t be hard to crack if a candidate possesses the determination and consistency during their preparation. By taking little breaks in between the preparation, one can also refresh their minds and that helps in concentrating more on the subject. With the right strategies and techniques, one can easily crack the exam and come out with flying colours.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Why is NSEA important?

Ans: Candidates who are interested in Astronomy and want to know more about the subject should get themselves enrolled in NSEA, as it is the first step towards achieving the seat for the final examination of this category which is INAO. Being an international level examination, Olympiad helps prepare candidates for future competitive exams with much ease and passion.

2. What is the Procedure For Selection In Astronomy Stage II (INAO 2022)?

Ans: There will be the division of the students batch into two groups i.e. Group- A & Group - B.

  • Group A: Consists of students of class XII from November 30, 2020.

  • Group B: Consists of students of class XI or lower as of November 30.

  • The question paper of NSEA 2020 and INAO 2021 will be the same for both groups.

  • A total of 250 students will be selected from each group for stage II of INAO, and therefore, a total of 500 students will be selected.

  • Separately Merit Index (MI) and the Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) are calculated for each group.

3. What is HBCSE Science Olympiad 2022-2023?

Ans: The science olympiad is a 5-stage selection process for shortlisting the Indian team for representation at the International Olympiads in Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Junior Science, and Physics. The very first stage is the NSE (National Standard Examination), and the 2nd stage is INO (Indian National Olympiad). The students who qualify for stage 1 have to register online for the 2nd stage on the official HBCSE site. The selection procedure consists of the following five stages: NSE, INO, Orientation-cum-Selection camp (OCSC), pre-departure camp, and International Olympiad.

4. What is the Astronomy Olympiad Screening Procedure?

Ans: The students are split into two classes, A and B, in the batch/pool. Students in Group A must be in class XII as of November 2020, while students in Group B must be in class XI or lower as of November 2020A total of 250 students will be chosen from each category for INAO stage II. As a result, 500 students will be chosen. For more information on the same, students should regularly visit the website and check for new updates. All the information related to the examination is posted on the Vedantu platform. 

5. How are the Sample papers useful for NSEA?

Ans: Sample papers can be downloaded from the official website of the Vedantu. Sample papers are important as they give the students an idea of how the questions might be asked in the National Standard Examination in Astronomy. It is the only way, when one can self-assess themselves and improve their score in the final performance. Along with everything, it also helps in boosting their confidence and making them optimistic towards their approach. They come to know about the various patterns of questions and thus, get a holistic idea. By being consistent, and regularly solving questions from each section of the sample paper, one gets to have a lot of ideas on astronomy and thus, can improve their overall performance. 

Share this with your friends
SHARE
TWEET
SHARE
SUBSCRIBE