The subjects covered in the exam are mainly Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry from the NCERT 11th and 12th class syllabus.
The NEET exam is one of the toughest exams in the country and it covers a vast syllabus based on the 11th and 12th portions of CBSE, ICSE, NIOS, COBSE, and various state boards. The subjects that are covered in the question paper are Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
The topics covered in the CLAT exam are mainly English, Verbal Reasoning,General Awareness, Legal Reasoning, and Quantitative Aptitude. All sections of the paper are comprehension-based.
The IPMAT Syllabus of IIM Indore has two sections: Quantitative Ability, which has both MCQ and Short answer questions, and Verbal Ability. The level of the questions in the IPMAT paper is a little higher than the NCERT 10th class.
The CUET Mock exam will have two segments – Language (English) and General Ability, which consists of Mathematics, Reasoning, and General Knowledge. The level of the General Ability segment is of the NCERT 10th class. The Language segment is from NCERT 12th class level.
As the name clearly suggests, SSC - CHSL is for candidates that have passed their Higher Secondary exam. There are four sections namely Quantitative Ability, Reasoning Ability, General Knowledge, and English Language. The level of all the sections is from the NCERT 10th class.
The SSC - CGL exam is for Graduate candidates. The exam will have four sections including Quantitative Aptitude, General Intelligence and reasoning, General Awareness, and English Comprehension. The level of all the sections is from the NCERT 10th class.
The UPSC Mock will be based on the General Studies (GS) paper part of the UPSC Prelims Exam. The GS paper tests the candidates on a wide range of subjects like Indian Polity, Geography, History, Indian Economy, Science and Technology, Environment and Ecology, International Relations, and current affairs.
The Bank PO exam will have three sections namely Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, and English Language. The questions are from the NCERT 10th class level.
The Bank Clerk exams will have three sections namely Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability, and English Language. The questions are from the NCERT 10th class level.
AajTak Campus National Aptitude Test, ATCNAT, is a PAN India Scholarship test conducted by India Today Group.
The registration process for the AajTak National Aptitude Test (ATCNAT) for the upcoming year
typically involves the following steps:
● Visit the official ATCNAT website: Go to the official website dedicated to ATCNAT. You can usually find registration information, guidelines, and important dates on this website.
● Create an account: Register on the website by providing your personal information, including your name, contact details, and email address.
Stay vigilant for notifications regarding the examination, which may include information about the exam date, specific exam registration, exam fees, application form, admit card, and instructions for the test day.
Be sure to monitor both your email and the ATCNAT website for these important updates.
Class 10 or matric pass candidates are eligible to appear for the AajTak Campus National Aptitude exam.
Please send your queries on the provided helpdesk ID.