NSEB 2020 Exam Mock Test

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Online Mock Test Series NSEB

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The NSEB or the National Standard Examination in Biology is a competitive examination conducted at the national level for all the students pursuing their higher secondary schooling in India. This examination is usually held at the end of November. The National Association of Biology Teachers and the Indian Association of Physics Teachers in association with the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education organize this exam in the higher secondary school. Nearly 30,000 students all over the country take up this exam every year.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. Is the NSEB Exam Difficult?

Ans: The level of questions in NSEB exams is of application and higher - order thinking levels. However, one can master the techniques and strategies to crack the NSEB exam through constant practice and perseverance.

Q2. Is There a Negative Marking in the NSEB Exam?

Ans: Yes, the NSEB exams have negative marking. Every correct answer fetches 3 -grade points to the students. But each incorrect answer leads to a deduction of one mark from the total score. Students can overcome the effect of negative marking on their score by taking up a series of NSEB mock tests.

Q3. Where do I get NSEB Sample Papers?

Ans: The NSEB sample question papers can be downloaded from the official website of NSE. A plethora of websites and training institutes also offer resources, study materials, and sample papers for the students to prepare for their NSEB exams.

Q4. How do I Check NSEB Results Online?


  • The NSEB examination results can be obtained from the official web portal. 

  • The NSE exam result 2020 link can also be used to verify the results.

  • The candidate seeking his / her result should have the exact roll numbers as printed on his / her admit card. 

  • Once the candidate’s roll number and date of birth are submitted, the results will be obtained on the display screen. It can be printed and saved for future reference.

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