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In today’s blog we are going to see how one can make effective study plan with these two Books

Beginning with Mathematics we will first see chapter wise weightage of NDA Mathematics Syllabus. The table below gives a clear representation of average weightage of each chapter in Mathematics

## NDA Mathematics chapter wise weightage

Chapter | Weightage (Questions) |
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Sets | 5 |

Relations, Functions | 3 |

Logarithm | 2 |

Complex numbers | 3 |

Quadratic equation | 2 |

Inequality | 2 |

Sequence & series | 3 |

Permutation Combination | 3 |

Binary system | 2 |

Binomial theorem | 2 |

Trigonometry | 12 |

Inverse trigonometry | 10 |

Straight lines | 3 |

Conic sections | 5 |

3D Geometry | 2 |

Properties of triangle | 2 |

Cartesian system | 3 |

Metrics and determinants | 10 |

vector algebra | 7 |

Integration | 6 |

Limits derivatives | 3 |

Continuity differentiability | 3 |

Application of derivatives | 3 |

Application of integrals | 4 |

Differential equation | 5 |

Probability | 5 |

Graphical representation | 5 |

Statistics | 5 |

## NDA Mathematics study Plan

Firstly, go through chapter fundamentals, formulas and try to memorise concept as much as you can. It’s perfectly alright if you aren’t thorough with them at this point.

Next, come to practice exercise Level – 1 questions. At first try to solve them and circle the one’s you are unable to answer. After finishing level 1, check solution and see if you can solve it now. If you are unable to solve even at this point then double circle those questions because you are not clear with that concept.

Similarly follow the approach for level – 2 and level 3. Lastly, when you have finished the chapter, solve the circled questions again. This way you’ll know what are your weak points in particular chapter and you can work on them subsequently.

In Mission NDA book, level 1 refers to beginner level (easy), level 2 is moderate (medium difficulty) and level 3 is tough (difficult). 120 Questions carry equal marks in NDA Exam. However, they aren’t equally difficult. Majority of NDA Aspirants aren’t aware that NDA mathematics paper is made with **30-40-30 pattern** i.e 30% Questions are easy, 40% Questions are moderate while 30% are difficult to solve.

Apart from this, Mission NDA Book also contains 100+ Repeated Questions, these are the questions that have come repeatedly either with exact same figure or with similar concept.

At the end, solve practice previous year question papers properly by setting 2hrs 30 min time to check your score. Following this approach your confidence will be sky high and you will easily be able to score 170+

## NDA GAT Study Plan

Subject | Weightage (Questions) |
---|---|

Geography | 18 |

History | 18 |

Polity | 8 |

Defence | 2 |

Current Affairs | 8 |

Physics | 24 |

Chemistry | 14 |

Biology | 8 |

Mission NDA GK is completely point to point and hence you utilise time in the most effective manner. Every section of General Knowledge is in point to point manner.

Firstly, you should begin with one section e.g Geography and then move to 5000+ MCQs book to practice entire geography section.

Follow this same approach for every other section of GK i.e History, polity, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. You can do that easily as both Mission NDA Gk and 5000+ MCQs are designed in synchronisation.

Lastly, do model test GK papers in Mission NDA book.

Out of 100 GK questions you can easily answer at least 50 correct answers fetching you 200+ Marks

## NDA English Study Plan

Topics | Weightage (Questions) |
---|---|

Error detection | 10 |

Ordering sentences | 5 |

Comprehension | 5 |

Fill ups | 5 |

Idioms and phrases | 10 |

Synonym | 10 |

Antonym | 10 |

Out of 50 questions asked in English even if you can attempt 30+ Questions it will add 120+ Marks to your total score.

Strategy for NDA English is simple. Read any fiction book throughout your preperation and side by side solve English exercises in each section. Read any book of your interest. Not only you’ll enjoy reading but you will also develop this habit of reading and writing correct English. You’ll do much better in spotting errors, sentence improvement, passage, fill ups, synonym antonym.

Above all, you have to make a time table that suits your daily schedule. NDA preparation can be done with as few as 3 months to as much as 8-10 months. It entirely depends on the time you devote to your day to day progress.

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Sir please check your data as you’ve done mistake there, in inverse trigonometry there are only 4-6 questions not 10 questions in NDA exam.

Hi Ashish, the blueprint given is correct. Figures given are average and hence won’t exactly remain the same in every attempt but you can expect 8-10 questions easily from inverse trigonometry.

Sir when we are in 11th can we start to prepare for NDA exams. The books which you are given above.

Sir! I wanted to know how it is better then pathfinder??

Please tell me I am confused 🤔

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Sir,is this books mentioned above are sufficient to score 450+ in NDA exam

More than sufficient. Both these books were tested in NDA 1 2021 Exam and feedback was overwhelming.

Sir, On what basis did you make this blueprint? Are they exact no. of questions that will be asked? Is there any any surety of them?

It is based on the average of last 20 Question papers aligning with UPSC Syllabus.

Sir,How many MCQ does Mission NDA book contain.

about 2000+ in Mathematics and 2000+ in GAT

sir mission nda book hindi main kab tak available hogi

currently hindi version isn’t planned yet

Sir please tell us about how to prepare for NDA along with Class 11th and 12th?😊😊😊

Follow same approach for GK & English. You can start Mathematics once you are in 12th grade

Thanks a lot,Sir