ANTHE – an annual scholarship exam conducted by Aakash Institute is a platform that is equally beneficial for students of all financial backgrounds. Held at an all India level, this scholarship exam offers up to 100% scholarship to those securing a rank between 01-50. What more? There many cash rewards to be won as well.
Intrigued enough? Now let’s have a look at the critical dates of this national scholarship exam for class 8, 9 and 10.
|Exam Date||Sunday, 28th October 2018|
|Exam Timing (Offline Mode)||10:30 AM to 12:30 PM|
|Exam Timing (CBT Mode)||10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
02:30 PM to 04:30 PM
|Last Date of Enrollment Form Submission||Saturday, 20th October 2018|
|Last Date of Enrollment Form Submission with Late Fee||Monday, 22nd October 2018|
With just a few days left for the last date of form submission, we advise you to act fast and don’t let this opportunity slip out of your hands. Now let’s have a look at the examination pattern.
|Total Number of Questions: 90
Total Marks: 360
Duration: 2 Hours
No Negative Marking
The 90 multiple choice questions will be further divided into 15 each from Physics, Chemistry and Biology, 25 from Mathematics and 20 from Mental Ability.
Over the past five years, ANTHE has given wings to the dreams of many engineering and medical aspirants by offering up to 100% scholarship. The first 50 rank holders are awarded a 100% waiver on tuition, registration, admission, technology and examination fee. This national scholarship exam for class 8, 9 and 10 students also offers Cash Scholarship Awards for the top 150 ranking students in each class. Overall, students are in a win-win situation if they rank among the toppers in the Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam.
Important ANTHE Information
- You can apply for ANTHE at aakash.ac.in/anthe/ and download the admit card from the same platform
- You must submit your application form before 06:00 PM on 22nd October 2018 (Monday)
- If you submit the form after 22nd October, you will be charged a late fee of 50 rupees
- The examination fee is 300 rupees including GST while the date of commencement of the exam is 28th October 2018 10:30 am to 12:30 pm for offline mode and 10:30 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 04:30 pm for the computer-based exam.
- The result will be available on 5th November (class X students) and 10th November (class VIII & XI students) at aakash.ac.in/anthe.
Quick Preparation Tips for ANTHE
Get Hold of the Syllabus
With only a few days left for the examination, it is crucial that you have a clear idea of the syllabus and focus only on those chapters that are a part of ANTHE. Cover all the topics and lay special emphasis on your strong points. Also, because there is no negative marking, aim at answering all the questions.
Bank on Previous Year Papers
The examination format has not changed much over the past five years. Hence, there are bright chances of questions being repeated. So, the trick here is to solve as many sample papers as you can to brighten your chances of bagging this scholarship.
Make Revision Your Best Friend
Dedicate a few hours in your schedule for revision and make a point of revising daily. The more you revise, the more your recall power will increase. Also, a week before the exam (21st October), do not touch any new topic and revise what you have covered thoroughly.
ANTHE is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that can make you comea step closer to your dream of becoming an engineer or a doctor. So, don’t let this opportunity slip and apply for ANTHE before it’s too late.