Some Important Tips TO Use in NDA Exam

Blueprint of The Written examination

The written examination is in the Multiple Choice Question (MCQ). Aspirants have to use OMR sheets to write down their answers. One has to select the right answer from the options given with each question.

The examination can be said to be consisting of broadly 3 main parts- Mathematics, English and General Knowledge. Let us see some important facts about these main sections.

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Mathematics Section

This section includes topics that you’ve faced in 12th standard like- Profit and Loss, Algebra, Probability, Permutations and Combinations, Percentage, Trigonometry, Ratio and proportion, Analytical question, etc. Delhi Career Group helps to learn it by giving NDA Coaching Classes in Delhi.

English Section

This section is all for testing your English language skills. Expect questions related to mistake spotting, grammar-related questions, antonyms, article writing, comprehension, synonyms, etc and we give NDA Coaching in Delhi which increases the student’s knowledge and English.

General Knowledge Section

Covers a variety of topics like science, current affairs, etc! Some topics are- Biology, Indian history, World History, and events, Chemistry, Physics, etc.

Solve Previous year’s Questions Paper

If you really want to pass the written exam and want to score well in it, consider solving as many question papers that you can lay your hands upon. The style of the questions asked each year are the same but the figures in different years’ question papers may be different, Upon solving previous years’ question papers, you’ll come across the ‘many different and same style of the questions’.

Since the same styled questions are asked in the exam, you won’t have much difficulty to solve them! This is also a good way to get the ‘practice of the exam’!


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