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2021 Sainik School Exam Key

2021 Sainik School Exam Key

All India Sainik School Entrance Exam(AISSEE) has been conducted by National Testing Agency(NTA) on the 10th of January, 2021. AISSEE is yearly conducted for the students of class 6th and 9th to get admission in one of the best Sainik schools in the country.

After the exam is over, everyone is looking for the appropriate answer key to estimate their score and probability of their admission to the best Sainik Schools in the country. Herby, we will be sharing the answer key along with the key facts about the AISSEE.

Here, along with this year's AISSEE answer key, we are going to discuss all the important information regarding the AISSEE including exam pattern, eligibility criteria, marks distribution, syllabus, etc.

Eligibility Criteria for AISSEE

AISSEE is conducted for two different classes or we can say the two different groups of students. So here we will be discussing the criteria separately for both the class students.

Eligibility Criteria for Class 6

  • Students should be citizens of India. Any non-Indian student cannot apply for AISSEE.
  • The age of the student must be 10years minimum and 12 years maximum.
  • Both girls and boys can apply for this exam.
  • Eligibility Criteria for Class 9

    • Only Indian Students can apply for this exam.
    • Only boys can apply for this entrance exam.
    • The minimum age of the applicant should be 13 years and the maximum age should be 15 years.
    • The student can be studying in class 8th and passed class 8 from a recognized school.
    • Exam Pattern and Syllabus for AISSEE

      Exam pattern as well as syllabus is different for both class 6 and 9. The only common thing is that the exams of both classes are taken in offline mode i.e. pen-paper mode and the exam is objective type i.e only MCQs are asked. Also, no negative marking is done i.e no marks are deducted for any unanswered or incorrect answers. Although the number of questions, as well as syllabus for both the classes, are different. Let us discuss both of them one by one.

      Exam Pattern for Class 6

      For class 6, you need to go through 4 subjects that mean four different sections i.e maths, G.K, language, and intelligence. There are altogether 125 questions asked in the exam for all these four subjects. let us see the questions distributions:

      SubjectsTotal no. of questionsMarks for each questionTotal Marks

      Syllabus of AISSEE for class 6

      • Maths: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, fractions and decimals, BODMAS Rule, LCM and HCF, Average, Percentage, Profit and loss, Ratio and Proportion, Simple Interest, Square root, Area and Perimeter, Geometry, Triangle, Circle, Algebraic expressions.
      • General Knowledge: Living things and non-living things and their Interdependence, Plants & Animals, Human body, Food & Nutrition, Diseases, Rocks and Minerals, Air-water and weather, Natural satellite, Environment, Natural calamities, etc. Freedom Fighters and Reformers, Our Freedom struggle, Maps, Solar System, Planets and Satellites, Continents and Oceans, Motion of the earth, Latitudes and Longitudes, Climate, Structure of Government, Fundamental Rights and duties, United Nation and its functions.
      • Language: Tenses, Sentences -Negative, Affirmative and Interrogative, Prepositions, Articles, One Word answers/fill in the blanks, Singular & Plural forms, Homonyms, Synonyms & Antonyms, Spelling, Jumbled words
      • Intelligence (includes general aptitude and mental ability questions)

        Exam Pattern for class 9

        In the AISSEE for class9, you need to go through 5 different sections namely: Maths, English, Intelligence, General Science, Social Studies. All the sections consist of a different number of questions as well as marks weightage. Let us go through the exam pattern:

        SubjectsTotal QuestionsMarks for each questionTotal Marks
        General Science25250
        Social Studies25250

        Syllabus for AISSEE class 9

        • Maths: Squares and Square Roots, Cubes and Cube Roots, Rational Exponents and Radicals, Profit, Loss, and Discount, Compound Interest, Algebraic Identities, Polynomials, Equation in one variable, Parallel lines, Quadrilaterals and special types of Quadrilaterals, Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Circle, Surface Areas and Volumes, Cylinder, Cone, Sphere & Solids, Statistics, Frequency Table.
        • General Science: The Universe, Soil & Air, Structure of Atom, Metals, and nonmetals, Carbon, Cell structure and its functions, Microorganisms, Refraction of light, Electricity and Magnetism, Sources of Energy, Common Diseases, Food production, and management.
        • Social Studies: History: India and the Modern world, India in the 18th century, The British Rule in India, Policies, and impact of British rule, Revolt against British rule, the British administration in India after 1857, Changes in Economic life, Religion and Social reform movement, Cultural awakening, Struggle for Swaraj, Nationalist Movement, Achievements of Independence.
        • Civics: Indian constitution, Parliament, Criminal Justice System, law and Social justice, Secularism, Development issues, Globalisation, India and the United Nations, United Nations- International agencies, Foreign Policy of India, India and its neighbors.
        • Geography: Natural Disasters - Earthquake, Cyclone, Volcanoes, Floods, Environmental degradation, Natural resources - Land, Soil, Energy, Water, Minerals, Plants and Wildlife, Agriculture, Manufacturing Industries, Human Resources.
        • English: Spotting Errors, Clauses, Active and Passive Voice, Reported Speech, Prepositions, Tenses, Articles, Antonyms, and Synonyms, Rearrange jumbled words into sentences, Adjective, Adverb, Comparative and Superlative Degrees, Question Tags and Framing sentences.
        • Intelligence.
        • Documents required for AISSEE:

          The major documents that you need to submit for the verification are a Birth certificate, State Domicile, Caste Certificate, Income Certificate, and Aadhar Card. The applicant must have submitted all these documents to be qualified for document verification.

          All the documents must be original and proper to avail of the reservation and other advantages. AISSEE also follows certain reservation rules. SC group gets 15%, ST gets 7.50%, the Home state gets 67%, other states and UTs get 33% and the wards of service personnel including the ex-servicemen get 25% reservation.

          Thus, students must have submitted proper documents and passed documents verification, AISSEE, and the physical test, to get admission to the best Sainik schools in the country.

          Qualifying marks for AISSEE

          For both classes, the criteria for qualification are the same. This can be considered as the minimum percentage that a student must score to qualify the list.

          The qualifying marks for General Category in each subject is 25% whereas in aggregate it is 40%. For ST and SC groups, there is no qualifying percentage, they are admitted based on the inter-se-merit.

          Afterward, the cutoffs are released based on the highest marks and qualified students. Students can also estimate their score based on the answer key before the results which are soon going to be released

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