NSEP 2022 Exam Mock Test

About NSEP

The National Standard Examination in Physics is conducted by IAPT. NSEP is the first competitive examination that acts as a screener for the International Olympiads. It is conducted for students of the 12th level. 

NSEP examination helps in establishing a platform for the students where they can learn and be completely clear of all the physics concepts. It also helps in encouraging students to pursue a career in the field of Physics. NSEP examination also helps in facilitating greater interaction among the students and the teachers on the subject. 

National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP), is a national-level exam that has been conducted every year since 1987 by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). More than 2,00,000 students at about 1,500 centres from all around the country appear in this examination. It is also conducted in villages and towns. Purely voluntary participation offers an opportunity to measure one's standing and depth of knowledge against the national level of competitive exams. NSEP is the first of five stages to qualify in the International Physics Olympiad. The NSEP is carried out in English, Hindi, and a few other languages.

NSEP is conducted in two levels which are the Selection round and the Regional round. The selection round is the first stage and it helps in filtering out the candidates. The Regional round consists of deserving candidates from different states who participate and give another exam. There are five stages for the entire Physics Olympiad and they are NSEP, INPhO, OCSC, PDT, and IPhO.

NSEP 2022-23 Syllabus

National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP) has the following syllabus prescribed for NSEP. The questions in this examination can be from the NCERT syllabus up to class 12. NSEP Exam analyzes the Theoretical Skills and Experimental Skills of the students. The syllabus for the NSEP exam 2022-23 includes the following important topics:

  • Electromagnetic Fields

  • Oscillations and Waves

  • Dynamics

  • Mechanics

  • Genetics

  • Reproduction

  • Evolution

  • Measurement techniques and apparatus

  • Geometry and Stereometry etc.

NSEP 2022-23 Exam Pattern

In this article, we have clearly shown the Exam Pattern of NSEP Exam 2022-23.

NSEP 2022-23 exam consists of two parts, A1 and A2.

  • Part A1 consists of 60 questions of 180 marks. In part A1 there are four options out of which only one option is the correct answer.

  • In part A2 there are four options and more than one option as the correct answer and Part A2 consists of 10 short answer-type questions of 60 marks.

A total of 240 marks can be scored in the NSEP 2022-23 exam.

Students should be aware that there is negative marking in case they mark a wrong answer. They will be penalized for 1 mark for each wrong answer and 3 marks will be awarded to the scores for each correct answer.

The examination can be attempted in English, Hindi, and a few other languages. One language has to be selected among the options by the students during NSEP enrollment.

In this article, we have summarized the importance of how practising in the NSEP 2022 mock test can help the candidate to score well in the examination. The NSEP mock test simulates the structure of the examination and hence it is very important to be aware of the same. 


Importance of NSEP 2022 Mock Test

The significance of taking part in the mock part cannot be stressed enough. There are many advantages of writing a mock test for the NSEP examination and below we have listed all of them.

  • Time Management: 

Time is a very important factor for all competitive examinations as the ranking of the student could change by a mark or more. Many students tend to waste time while writing a competitive examination and that moment when the candidate wastes time while writing the exam is the most important moment as it is the deciding factor of whether the candidate will qualify for the exam. Time could be easily managed if the candidates have practised the mock tests before the final competitive examination. Mock tests in a way help the candidate to save time as they will already be familiar with the kind of questions that could be asked in the examination. 

  • Higher Accuracy:

When the candidates continuously practice the questions present in the mock tests, it will help them to cut down the mistakes and other errors that he or she makes while answering the questions during the actual examination. Even if the candidate is familiar with all the topics, many tend to make mistakes while writing the answers. This is because of not taking part in the mock tests. A mock test helps in identifying the type of error that the candidate is making while writing the answers. Once all the errors are identified and work is done so that it does not happen in the future, chances of repeating the same error in the actual NSEP examination will very likely reduce.

Benefits of Participating in NSEP 2022 Exam Mock Test

Students excelling in the NSEP examination receive Gold medals as recognition. They also have the opportunity to join the DAE directly through interviews without appearing in their entrance test, after they complete their education. Qualifying in the NSEP allows the student to participate in International Olympiad. In addition, NSEP-qualifying students who are seeking admission in B.Sc. (with physics) after NSEP became eligible to apply for scholarships that have been instituted to encourage students to take up physics as a career. Thus, NSEP 2022 Mock Test helps the students to prepare themselves for the level of questions that they can expect to face in the real exam.

What After NSEP 2022?/Stages of the Physics Olympiad

NSEP 2022 is the first stage of the five stages till International Physics Olympiad namely, NSEP, INPhO, OCSC, PDT, and IPhO. Each of the stages has been discussed in detail here:

Stage 1: The first stage of the International Physics Olympiad is the National Standard Examination in Physics 2022 (NSEP) which will take place in registered schools all across India. Around 20,000 to 60,000 students appear for NSEP every year from approximately ~1500 centers from around the country.

Stage 2: Students who are selected from the Stage I examination (NSEP) are eligible to appear for INPhO. In addition, those students, who have been exempted from NSEP as described on the Enrollment page, are also eligible to appear for INPhO. Besides these two, there is no other way by which a student becomes eligible to appear for INPhO.

Stage 3: The Orientation-cum-selection Camp (OCSC), which is the third stage, is held at the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science and Research and about 35 students who have qualified for the previous stage will be selected for further stages in this camp. Applicants will be assessed based on the experimental and theoretical session questions that will be asked at the camp.

Stage 4: Students succeeding Orientation-cum-selection Camp will participate in a Pre-Departure Camp that will take place from July to November 2022. Out of the 35  students in this stage, only 4 - 6 students will be selected to go for the next stage.

Stage 5: The  4 - 6 students qualifying in the last round will be representing India at the international level in the last stage of the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO). Students who win the gold medal at IPhO have a provision to join the Department of Atomic Energy, which works to develop nuclear power technology and applications of radiation technologies in the fields of basic and applied research, industry, medicine, and agriculture.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the Examination Structure of the NSEP 2022? 

Ans: The exam structure or the pattern of the NSEP examination is given below:

PART A

PART B

Total Marks in Part a =180

Type of Questions = Multiple Choice Questions 

part A1: There Are Four Options and Only One Option Will Have the Right Answer. 

part A2: There Are Four Options in Total and More Than One Correct Option. 

Total Marks in Part B = 60

Total Number of Questions = 6 

Type of Questions = Short Answer Type.

2. Name All the Stages of the National Olympiad Program? 

Ans: The Science Olympiad program is divided into five stages and throughout all these five stages the candidates are tested and the best are selected in the final stage. The stages are-

  • Stage I: National Standard Examinations (NSE)

  • Stage II: Indian National Olympiad (INO)

  • Stage III: Orientation cum Selection Camp (OCSC)

  • Stage IV: Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT)

  • Stage IV: Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT)

3. List Out the Importance of Taking Part in the NSEP 2022 Mock Test? 

Ans: There are many advantages of writing a mock test for the NSEP examination. Mock tests in a way help the candidate to save time as they will already be familiar with the questions. Even if the candidate is familiar with all the topics, many tend to make mistakes while writing the answers. A mock test helps in identifying the type of error that the candidates are making. The chances of repeating the same error in the actual examination will very likely reduce.  The NSEP exam is due to begin on September 14.

4. How is NSEP 2022 Mock Test beneficial?

Ans: Appearing in this mock test will prepare a student to face the potential type of questions that they can face in the NSEP examination 2022. Qualifying in the NSEP examination will make students eligible to apply for scholarships that have been instituted for them to take up physics as a career. In addition, excelling students are awarded gold medals. They also have the opportunity to sit for the interview for joining DAE directly without appearing in their entrance exam. They can also participate in International Olympiad by qualifying for this exam.

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