ANTHE Is Only a Month Away, Follow These Preparation Tips
ANTHE Is Only a Month Away, Follow These Preparation Tips

Aakash Institute conducts an annual scholarship exam called ANTHE that uplifts the talent in the right direction. Scholarship offers candidates a bright future without having to worry about finances. Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam is for the students of class 8th, 9th and 10th who want to make it big in the medical and engineering field. So, if you too want to ace this exam and win up to 100% scholarship, you need to start preparing for it as soon as possible. This scholarship for 10th students is an excellent first step towards achieving a successful career in the medical or engineering field.

ANTHE is only a few weeks away and remember, only the first 50 rank holders will be offered up to 100% scholarship. So, you need to be well-prepared to ace it.

Preparing for ANTHE can be stressful and time-consuming. It’s crucial to direct your energy in the right direction and start things ahead of time. Follow these preparation tips to perform well in the exam:

  1.  Know the Syllabus
Make sure you cover all the topics as it will enhance the chances of you clearing the exam. Since ANTHE is only a few weeks away, double check the syllabus to make sure you are prepared thoroughly.

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Mathematics

Mental Ability

Friction,

Force and Pressure,

Chemical Effects of Electric Current,

Sound

Materials: Metals and Non-Metals,

Synthetic Fibres and Plastics

Crop Production and Management,

 Conservation of Plants and Animals,

Microorganisms: Friend and Foe,

Cell-Structure and Functions

Linear Equations in One Variable,

Rational Numbers,

Quadrilaterals, Data Handling, Squares and Square Roots,

Comparing Quantities, Cube and Cube Roots

Number and Alphabets Test, Series, Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning, Classification, Analogy, Direction Test, Problems Based on Figures,

Coding and Decoding

For Class IX

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Mathematics

Mental Ability

Force and Laws of Motion, Motion,

Gravitation (Excluding Floatation)

Materials in Our Surroundings,

Is Matter Around Us Pure?

Tissues, The Fundamental Unit of Life,

Diversity in Living Organisms (Excluding Kingdom Animalia)

Polynomials, Number System,

Lines and Angles, Linear Equation in Two Variables, Triangles

Problems Based on Figures, General Logical Reasoning,

Figure Matrix, Analytical Reasoning

For Class X

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Mathematics

Mental Ability

Class IX: Gravitation (Floatation only), Sound,

Work and Energy

 

 

Class X: Light- Reflection and Refraction,

Human Eye and Colourful World, Electricity

Class IX: Structure of the Atom,

Atoms and Molecules

 

Class X: Chemical Reactions and Equations, Acids, Bases and Salts,

Metals and Non-Metals

Class X: Respiration, Life Processes- Nutrition, How do Organisms Reproduce?, Transportation, Excretion

Class IX & X:

Triangles, Polynomials

 

Class IX:

Quadrilaterals, Number Systems, Mensuration,

 

Class X: Quadratic Equations, Real Numbers, Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables, Arithmetic Progressions, Introduction to Trigonometry, Coordinate Geometry 

 Analogy, Problems based on Figures Classification, Coding and Decoding, Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning – Series, General Logical and Analytical Reasoning,

Data Interpretation

  1. Create a Realistic Study Plan
As the scholarship exam is near, you need to create a study plan for an effective preparation. Having a realistic and achievable timetable will enable you to organise your ANTHE preparation well. Make sure you follow your timetable strictly and alter it regularly.

  1. Solve Previous Years Papers
The examination pattern of ANTHE is almost the same every year. To understand the complexity of the questions asked, it’s crucial to solve previous year papers. Doing this will also give you an idea about how much time you need to spend on each question.

  1. Taking Care of Yourself
It is incredibly important to be in a good mental and physical health when preparing to appear for the exam. Any amount of stress can be detrimental to your performance. The last thing you want to do is to perform badly in the exam because of poor mental and physical health. So, every time you finish studying a topic, take a break.

Furthermore, don’t sacrifice on sleep and eat healthy to keep your body full of energy. Have a positive attitude towards the exam.

  1. Learn to Manage Time
All the above preparation tips will not bring you desired results if you fail to manage your time. Since ANTHE is a time-bound exam, your goal should be to solve all questions in time. You should know how much time you need to devote to each question. This can be achieved by using a stop-watch while you’re solving previous year papers. Initially, it will be challenging, but with continuous practice and hard work, it can be achieved.

Incorporate the tips mentioned above in your schedule, and you’ll surely be able to get closer to your goal. Bagging scholarship for 10th students is the first step towards a bright future. Stay focused and positive. All the best!


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