NDA Question Papers 2018 – NDA aspirants must solve previous years question papers to get an idea regarding the types of questions asked in exam. Besides, NDA question papers will also help candidates to know difficulty level, section-wise weightage of topics etc. The examination authority, UPSC releases the question papers after completion of exam. Candidates should solve NDA 2018 question papers regularly after completing the syllabus. Solving previous years question papers will candidates to progress their question solving skills and accuracy. NDA question papers 2018 are provided here. Candidates can download NDA question papers to prepare for exam.
NDA exam is conducted in pen and paper mode. The test comprises two subjects – Mathematics and General Ability Test (GAT). There will be total 120 questions from Mathematics section while 150 from GAT section. Total marks allotted for written exam is 900. Read below for more details on NDA 2018 question papers.
Benefits of solving NDA Question Papers 2018
Candidates will become familiar with the exam pattern of NDA by solving the question papers of NDA.
Applicants will be better acquainted with the sections, topics and units of the question paper.
Candidates will understand the difficulty level of the written exam by solving NDA question papers 2018.
By solving previous years’ question papers, they will be know their extent of preparation level for the exam.
Candidates can know the units and topics they are weak at by solving question papers.
Candidates will become efficient at managing time with the help of previous years’ question papers.
Solving NDA previous year question papers of will help candidates improves their performance in NDA (2) 2018.
NDA Question Papers / Sample paper
General Ability Test
Marking Scheme of NDA 2018
As per the marking scheme prescribed by Union Public Service Commission, candidates will be get 2.5 marks for every correct response in Mathematics paper while 4 marks will be awarded for each right answer in GAT. In case of incorrect responses, 1/3 of the marks assigned for a particular question will be deducted. Candidates providing more that one answer for a quested will be treated as incorrect answer and therefore, marks will be deducted for such answers.