National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination
As per NDA 2019 exam analysis,
Maths paper was
in terms of difficulty level. Most candidates have found the difficulty level of Maths paper to be easy to moderate.
NDA exam analysis 2019 includes questions asked in each section, topics and expected cutoff. According to previous year's exam analysis, Maths paper was moderate in terms of difficulty level while the GAT paper was moderate to difficult.
Many candidates found the Mathematics to be easy as compared to GAT.
MATHS - Questions in this section are asked from Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics & Probability, Calculus, Matrices and Determinants, etc. As per the exam analysis, questions asked in this section was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.
ENGLISH- This paper carries 150 questions. Total marks allotted for this section is 600 marks. Last year, the overall difficulty of the GAT section was moderate to difficult.
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The examination for
will consist of
Mathematics (300 marks) and
General Ability Test (600 marks)
The candidates will be given a time of two and a half hours to finish the examination as the questions will be objective type questions.
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NDA syllabus is same as your 11th and 12th. You will not have to do anything extra just focus on your maths very much. You can study from Rd Sharma for physics HC Verma will be more than sufficient and for chemistry NCERT. Also you should solve previous year NDA question bank it will help you a lot.
let me clear your doubt. yes a medical student can give nda exam as the candidate has completed 12th standard prov he fulfills other eligibility criteria. NDA - NATIONAL DEFENCE ACADEMY entrance exam conducted by UPSC twice every year as NDA-I and NDA-II to join Indian Army, Navy and Air Force wing of NDA.
There is only one way to join the National Defense academy and that is through their examination. The National Defence Academy (NDA) is the Joint Services academy of the Indian Armed Forces, where cadets of the three services, the Army, the Navy and the Air Force. After the written examination, one needs to clear the SSB interview and after that only you can join.
I'm sorry but there is no other road to the National Defense Academy. To be in the final merit list of the National defense academy, one has to clear the written examination, the SSB interview and finally the medical examination. All the best!
Chemistry is not any criteria to get into NDA . actually chemistry is part of NDA/Na 's second paper known as gat(general adaptability test ) which is conducted by upsc . Gat is divided into two sections first one consist 50 question of english comprises synonyms , antonyms , idioms,passage reading ,spotting error. Second part comprises question of history , geography,polity,physics , chemistry, polity , current affairs now it has been cleared that chemistry is not any criteria for nda but it is part of paper but as u asked necessary ,so yes it is necessary if u want to score high marks in gat paper because it's contribution in paper is 20 to 25 question .so yeah it becomes necessary for candidate to prepare well in order to score high.
NDA Physics Syllabus
The following topics are included in the Physics section of NDA :
Mass, Force and Momentum, Gravitation, Sound waves and their properties, Natural and Artificial Magnets, Measurement of Electrical Power, Weight, Motion of objects, Power and Energy, Change of State and Latent Heat, Spherical mirrors and Lenses, Conductors and Non-conductors, Density, Velocity and Acceleration, Effects of Heat, Modes of transference of Heat, Properties of a Magnet, Lighting and Magnetic effects of Current, Volume, Principle of Archimedes, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Parallelogram of Forces, elementary ideas of work, Measurement of temperature and heat, Rectilinear propagation of Light, Human Eye, Earth as a Magnet, Primary and Secondary Cells, Specific Gravity, Pressure Barometer, Stability and Equilibrium of bodies, Reflection and refraction, Heating, Simple musical instruments, Use of X-Rays, Static and Current Electricity, Ohm’s Law Simple Electrical Circuits.
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For NDA examination, knowledge from both classes 11 and 12 will be required. There will be chapters as well from classes below 12 in the examination. The NDA I paper will consist of maths and general ability test while the NDA II paper will comprise of only general ability test which are divided into partA and part B where part A includes english and general knowledge while part B includes physics, Chemistry, General Science, History, Freedom Movement etc, Geography and Current Events. The duration for both NDA I and NDA II is 2hours 30 minutes.
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