Online Test Series - NTSE STAGE 1

Online Test Series consists of 10 Full length Mock Test Exams of NTSE Stage – I Pattern.
Each exam will have 2 papers : Scholastic Aptitude Test Mental Ability Test

The papers will be made live as per the schedule given here, and once a paper is live can be taken at any time.
The scores and analysis will be shared immediately after the test.
You can take a Demo Test using your registration credentials.


Key Features of our Test Series

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GoLive schedule

DAY & DATE TEST
Sunday, 22 November 2020 Mock Test 1
Tuesday, 24 November 2020 Mock Test 2
Thursday, 26 November 2020 Mock Test 3
Saturday, 28 November 2020 Mock Test 4
Monday, 30 November 2020 Mock Test 5
Sunday, 13 December 2020 NTSE Stage 1

Online Test Walkthrough

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  • Statistics
    This tab provides the statistics for this particular test you have taken
  • Score
    Total marks you have scored for this particular test
  • Percentage
    Percentage of your total score
  • Total Questions
    Total number of questions to be attempted in this test
  • Total Duration
    Time allotted for taking the entire test
  • Marks per Question
    Marks allotted for one question in this test
  • Correct/Incorrect Answers
    No. of right and wrong answers among the questions you have attempted
  • Partial Correct Answers
    No. of answers that are partly right but not completely. Need an example to be given to the student

  • Answers
    This tab provides you the answer key
  • All
    Click here to show all the questions with the correct answers highlighted and explanation for the answer
  • Correct
    Click here to show all the questions that you have answered correctly
  • Incorrect
    Click here to show all the questions that you have answered incorrectly
  • Unanswered
    Click here to show all the questions that you have not attempted
  • Commented
    Click here to show all the questions that you have added comments

  • Time Analytics
    Time is a critical factor in the examination. This tab provides details on various time categories to help you to understand where you stand currently and what should you aim at
  • Question
    The questions for which you have answered correctly will be highlighted in green
  • Time Taken
    Time taken by you to answer this question

    If your answer is correct and the time taken is more than the Average Time, please practice more similar questions to answer faster

    If your answer is correct and the time taken is less than the Average Time, you are at a normal speed. Please practice similar questions to be on par with the Best Time

    If your answer is incorrect and the time taken is less than the Average Time, please pay more attention to the question to understand it better

    Time – The Mean time taken by all the students who have taken this particular test<

    Best Time – The least time taken for the correct answer to the particular question

 

Wondering whether others are working more than you???

It might be too late is suddenly you come to know that you efforts ( not performance) is way too less as compared to the peer group.

The TestPortal therefore presents a relative ………

Had attempted thousands of questions in various papers. Now worried about consolidating learnings from them?

The TestPortal enables you to bookmark any question from any paper and under any tagging/heading you wish too.

You can review these questions with solutions at a click. 

You can create your own tagging's like discuss with mentors | check later | review before next exams etc..

 

 

How many questions do you need to attempt to ensure maximum learning from it?

Wouldn’t it be better that you discuss the strategies ideas plan of action etc. for the most vital questions, with your mentors, peers. 

The TestPortal provides chat option in every question, where you can text message, share scanned solutions, video links etc. to make the discussion rich and powerful