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What to Expect for NTA NET November 2017 Paper 1? Analysis of 9 Past Year Papers

What to Expect?

July 2016 NTA NET Based on 9 Past Papers Tips for Last 5 Days

Know the Topics

  • Teaching Aptitude
  • Research Aptitude
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Communication
  • Logical Reasoning (along with mathematical)
  • Data Interpretation
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  • People and Environment
  • Higher Education System: Governance, Polity and Administration

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Strengths and Weaknesses

Focus Area – Dec 2015

  • CCE (SA and FA/NCF)
  • APA/MLA/Chicago Style
  • Communication – 6
  • Logic & Argument Theory – 2
  • Square of Opposition – 2
  • Types of Definitions (Stipulative, Lexical etc.)
  • Environment – 5
  • Computers – 5
  • Higher Education (RUSA)
  • Mastering Blood Relations Coding Decoding Problems

Focus Area – June 2015

  • Teaching & Research – 15
  • Types of Definitions (Stipulative, Lexical etc.)
  • Cognitive Development Theory
  • Binary to Decimal & Decimal to Binary
  • Both Direction and Blood Relation
  • Environment - Current Affairs

Focus Area – Dec 2014

  • Coding and Decoding
  • Letter Arrangement
  • Series Completion
  • Blood Relations
  • Computers – Common Terminology
  • Frequency Distribution – Skewness & Kurtosis
  • Focus on Logic and Current Affairs

Focus Areas - 2014 & 2013

  • June 2014: Focus on Logic
  • Dec 2013: Culture and Heritage
  • June 2013: Defense and Space Technologies

December 2012 Distribution

  • 7 questions: Arithmetic and number series
  • 5 questions: Data interpretation
  • 7 questions: Computers
  • 7 questions: Environment and geography
  • 7 questions: Polity and Higher education
  • 11 questions: Research, ethics and teaching
  • 10 questions: Teaching aptitude, psychological aspects and communication
  • 6 questions: Reading comprehension
  • Special emphasis on research and teaching aptitude. (Simple questions but you just had to know)

June 2012 Distribution

  • Focus on mass communication
  • Questions very tricky (statement based)
  • More on theoretical aspect of reasoning (like what is Venn and not a question on Venn diagram)
  • High weightage on pollution and environment (ozone hole, GHG, pollutants)
  • Basics of polity
  • Location based questions - higher education institutes
  • Very similar questions as of Dec. 2011 (approx. 10 questions were replica of Dec. 2011)

December 2011 Distribution

  • Understanding nature of definition: persuasive, precising, lexical, and Stipulative
  • As a teacher what would you do? ? Judgment call questions
  • Basics of research
  • Various government schemes: Mid-Day meals, Indira Awas
  • Bibliography, writing methodology (APA, MLA) citations (footnotes)
  • Research h-index

Quick Recap – Tips

  • Writing Styles
  • Definition - Types
  • Square of Opposition
  • Higher Education (New Developments)
  • Theory of Logic & Argument (Valid & Invalid)

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