NSEC 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Q1. How to Prepare for the NSEC Exam?
Be Aware of the Syllabus - The NSEC is comprehensive, including topics such as inorganic chemistry, physics chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, and spectroscopy. Most of these topics are selected from the school curriculum of classes 11 and 12. But the olympiad exam required deer understanding and more excellent knowledge of these subjects and their applications in the real world.
Complete the Syllabus on Time - As we know, the Olympiad syllabus is comprehensive and to achieve the best, it is necessary to complete the entire thoroughly and on time.
Take The Olympiad Exam as a Challenge - Take the Olympiad exam as a challenge rather than a battle. A problem is exciting, and considering it as a challenge will eventually enhance your concentration level while preparing the exam rather than an outcome.
Take Regular Online Mock Tests - There are various online mock tests available. Keep attempting the test regularly and assure that you score a minimum of 95% in the exam.
Be Sure to Complete Organic Chemistry - Most of the questions are selected from the topic Organic Chemistry in both the National and International Chemistry Olympiad exams.
Work Hard - Finally, there is no supplement for working hard. You will get your result for what you are aiming for only if you work hard consistently.
Q2. What is the International Chemistry Olympiad (INCHO)?
Ans: The International Chemistry Olympiad exam is an exam that is organized yearly through HBCSE. It is the last stage of the Chemistry Olympiad exam, where the selected students across the globe compete. A team of 5 students, along with two leaders from each county, participate in the International Chemistry Olympiad exam.
Students first attempt the National Standard Examination in Chemistry (NSEC). Later the qualified students try the Indian National Olympiad (INO). Further, the students are invited for Orientation Cum Selection Camp, where the final 5 candidates are selected who represent their country at International Level in International Chemistry Olympiad.
Q3. What is the Marking Scheme of the NSEC Exam?
Ans: The NSEC exam 2020 will be of 240 marks. The Question paper of the NSEC exam included 80 objective type questions i.e., multiple-choice questions. One mark is deducted for each incorrect answer as per the negative marking criteria. Make sure that you don't attempt the question which you are not sure.
4. How can the Students Check the NSEC Exam Results?
Ans: Students can check NSEC exam results by visiting the IAPT official website. Username and password as the date of birth will be required to check the result. The date of birth should be mentioned in the DDMMYY format. The total scores of the students will be mentioned in the NSEC exam result.