NTSE MAT Questions judge a students’ power of reasoning, ability to think, ability to judge, evaluate or discriminate, ability to visualize in the space, spatial orientation, etc. Students must understand the theory behind various concepts first and then move onto solving problems. The MAT section forms part of both stage 1 and stage 2, though the level of difficulty of questions differs.
Though NTSE Exam is conducted in class 10th, it is very fruitful to start the preparation from class 8th onwards, as it will help students in binding a grip on all the concepts and topics in MAT. MAT alone has 90 questions and obviously carries 50% weightage of your complete score. MAT requires special skills and practice to crack and has its spectrum much beyond mathematical problems.
Overall, the MAT section of NTSE is a pure test of mental ability. Preparing for MAT during the last month will give you upsetting results and you are strictly avoided against it. It is a scoring section and you must conquer it with confidence.
All the best!