The Director of Education, Govt of NCT Delhi is conducting the aptitude test for admission to Schools of Specialized Excellence for the academic year 2022-2023. The entrance examinations which commenced on March 12 are set to conclude on March 28, 2022. Today the students appeared for the test for the specialization of domains such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for Class 9 and Medical (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) for Class 11. The exam was conducted from 10 AM to 1 PM.
EDUDEL SoSE 2022 Unofficial Answer Keys
Several subject experts from the science stream provide a detailed explanation and analysis of the EDUDEL SOSE examination. Below are some links to the Youtube channels of the educators who are most likely to release the solution to the exam papers:
|Released by||Answer Key|
|Shiksha Kshetra||Click Here|
|ASC Starter||Click Here|
|SOSE Official||Click Here|
|Yoneek Classes||Click Here|
SoSE Exam Pattern
The SoSE entrance exams are multiple-choice objective tests conducted over three hours. The qualifying students become eligible for admission to Classes 9 and 11 to 31 SoSEs across the country. The students can choose from the 5 different domains of specialization and appear for their respective exams. SoSE offers admission to class 9 in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics for Class, High-end 21st Century Skill, Performing and Visual Arts, Armed forces preparatory school and Humanities. Students can apply to Class 11 in the domain Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and Armed forces preparatory school.
The exam assesses the candidate on various abilities with respect to the choice of specialization. The SoSE test for STEM evaluates a student’s mental ability, mathematics, and science. Whereas the SOSE Humanities paper covers the reading comprehension section, Data interpretation, logical reasoning, analytical essay writing, and social science. The students who seek admission in Performing and Visual Arts will have to appear for two stages of evaluations, the first part being the objective test based on literacy, numeracy, and logical reasoning followed by a round of Portfolio submission/ audition and interview.
The admission is also conducted in two stages, stage I involves the aptitude test based on verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, and logical reasoning, and stage II – project and interview. The armed preparatory schools have a slightly more rigorous process of selection which includes an aptitude test that assesses mathematics, English, general ability of the candidates, followed by an interview concluding with medical screening.
The candidates are required to be residents of Delhi who are students of any government or government-aided, or other recognized schools in the state to be eligible.