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How to Prepare For the NDA?

The NDA Entrance Exam is carried out by the National Defence Academy for the admission of students into the 3 wings of the defence services. This exam encompasses a written exam, GD, PI and a medical test. The exam is held twice annually. The eligibility needed to appear for this exam is a pass in the higher secondary. Aspirants must be unmarried and medically fit when they apply.

Structure of the NDA Entrance Exam
The exam has 2 parts:
  • Paper I carries - 300 marks
  • Paper II carries - 600 marks.
The first paper has a time period of 2 ½ hours and paper 2 has 2 ½ hours. The total marks carried combined is 900 marks. The total score of the SSB interview is 900 marks.
Syllabus of the NDA Entrance Exam
Paper I - Mathematics

  • Algebra
  • Analytical Geometry of 2 and 3 Dimensions
  • Differential Calculus
  • Integral Calculus and Differential Equations
  • Matrices and Determinants
  • Probability
  • Statistics
  • Trigonometry
  • Vector Algebra
Paper II - English and General Ability – 2 sections
English - 200 marks
  • Comprehension
  • Grammar and Its Usages
  • Vocabulary
General Ability - 400 marks
  • Chemistry
  • Current Events
  • General Science
  • Geography
  • Physics
  • Social Studies
Reference Books for the NDA Entrance Exam
  • NDA NA Exam Guide National Defence Academy
  • NDA/ NA Topic wise Solved Papers
  • Previous Years Papers of NDA
  • The Pearson Guide to the NDA Examination
Study Plan for the NDA Entrance Exam
Students must have covered all the necessary basics. They must make sure that they have not left anything unstudied. They must study everything from right the beginning. They can also seek help from their teachers or friends. Reading newspapers, journals and other news magazines will help them a lot. They can also refer to their class 12 science notes. Besides this, numerous guide books by reputed authors will be available for the use of students. The internet is another good option. They can keep themselves updated about the news and also know more about the syllabus and pattern of the exam they are about to appear. Sample question papers can also be got from the internet. It is recommended for the students to keep on practising on this. It will give them more confidence. One other thing students must keep in mind is to never overwork. They need a calm mind to study and prepare. Creating a fear about the exam will lead to boredom and misunderstanding of the concepts. They must remain confident and be prepared to answer any questions that might come their way.

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