Hello Readers,
Here are the syllabus sheet I have prepared using previous question papers. If I have left out anything, please, add it in your comments.
Please do note that this is prepared by me, so, it is NOT accurate.
Physics:
 Thermodynamics
 Kinetics
 Capacitors
 Vectors
 Waves
 Electric Charges
 Bohr’s Model
 Magnetism
 Mechanical effect
 Rotatory motion
 Friction
 Optics
 Work and energy
 Sound
 Circuits
Mathematics:
 Binomial Theorem
 Circles
 Parabola
 Ellipse
 Calculus – Integration, differentiation
 Trigonometry
 Probability
 Sets, Relations and functions
Chemistry:
 Chemical Kinetics
 Chemical Bonding – VBT, MOT
 Electrochemistry
 P – D block elements
 Coordination compounds
 Chemical equilibrium
 Theory of Dilute solutions
 Organic Compounds – Aromatic Compounds and stuff
Here’s the list of previous year question papers.
Stream SA (2010) – Download
Stream SA (2009) – Download
Stream SB (2009) – Download
Here’s the list of instructions, in case you missed.
 You are advised to come to the examination center at least half an hour before commencement of the test. (i.e. 9.00 a.m.)
 The student’s seat number and the room number in which the
test will be conducted will be displayed in each center. Please check
the location of your room. Before entering the room, please show your ADMIT CARD to the Invigilator.
 The syllabus for the aptitude test is broadly equivalent to the XII standard level of National and State Board Examinations.
 The test is of 3 hours duration (9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.)
 The question paper consists of two parts (both contain only
multiple choice questions) for 100 marks. There will be four sections
in Part I (each containing 20 questions) and four sections in Part II
(each containing 10 questions). Answer any THREE of the four sections in Part I, and any TWO of the four sections in Part II.
 The composition of the question paper is given in the table below:
Sl. No.

Subject

Part I

Part II

1

Mathematics

20 questions – 1 mark each

10 questions – 2 marks each

2

Physics

20 questions – 1 mark each

10 questions – 2 marks each

3

Chemistry

20 questions – 1 mark each

10 questions – 2 marks each

4

Biology

20 questions – 1 mark each

10 questions – 2 marks each

 The answer paper is machine readable. The answer to each question is to be entered in OMR sheet only.
 For each question, indicate your answer by filling the corresponding oval with a HB pencil only.
 For each question there will be four choices given and only one of them is the correct answer. Fill only one oval per question. If you mark more than one oval, it will be considered as an incorrect answer.
 If you wish to change your answer, please erase the existing mark completely before marking the other oval.
 There is negative marking for wrong answers. Unanswered questions will not be evaluated and will not be penalized as a wrong answer.
 In Part I each correct answer gets 1 mark and for each incorrect answer 0.25 mark will be deducted. In Part II each correct answer gets 2 marks and for each incorrect answer 0.5 mark will be deducted.
 You are permitted to use a non programmable calculator.
 If you have NOT furnished the photograph, you are requested to bring an attested photograph with you.
 Kindly note that the OMR sheet has to be returned to the invigilator before leaving the room.
 Candidates are permitted to carry their question paper after the examination.
 Inside the examination hall use of Mobile Phone is strictly prohibited.
