NTSE 2015 Question Paper

The National Talent Search Examination or NEET is a national level scholarship exam, which is conducted by National Council of Education Research and Training. This scholarship is only for those who want to pursue their studies until PhD in the field of science. Every year more than 45,00,000 students appear for this national level scholarship examination. Out of which only 1000 candidates are awarded this prestigious scholarship.

This examination is known for its tough competition so to score good marks in (NTSE) National Talent Search Examination one should follow or prepare a proper preparation strategy. Following a proper preparation strategy will help you to stay on the same track. This exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions with the time duration of 3 hours. therefore students are advised to practice hard for the examination.

The NTSE 2015 question papers will help you to understand the pattern of the exam and the marking scheme of the exam. Solving these question papers will help you to develop the time management skills for the exam as the time is very less as compared to the number of questions asked in the examination.

NTSE 2015 Question Paper

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Some of the key benefits include:

  • A better understanding of the question paper pattern.
  • Learn about the marking scheme, types of questions, duration of the paper and more.
  • Practice and prepare effectively for the exams.
  • Have a better revision of the concepts and important topics.
  • Gain higher confidence to write the exam.

Practise This Question

The Bat Life: Batman is undercover, and to prevent anyone from recognizing his voice (or Bruce Wayne's) he inhales a very dilute Helium gas (search YouTube for "voice after helium” to see the effects). The helium is stored ina cylindrical chamber as shown.

During a fight one of the steel balls gets dislodged. What will happen to the piston?