Here is the topic wise question design:
Maths (First section, MediumDifficult), 45 Min time limit, 40 Q 

Topic 
No of Q 
Trigonometry 
4 
Algebraic expression 
3 
Profit & Loss 
3 
Sequences/Series 
3 
Statistics(Mean/Mode/Variance) 
3 
Cubic equations 
3 
Averages 
3 
Simple/Compound interest 
2 
Linear Equations 
2 
Quadratic Equations 
2 
Mensuration 
2 
Geometry 
2 
Time & Work 
2 
Functions 
2 
Probability 
1 
Set Theory 
1 
Time, Speed, Distance 
1 
Ratio/Proportion 
1 
Good attempt 
3032 
Score With 85% accuracy 
2627 
Logical Reasoning (Second section, medium) – 45 Min time limit, 40 Q 

Topic 
No of Q 
DI case lets (1 Pie chart, 1 Line graph, 1 Bar graph, 1 Table) 
10 
Visual Series 
4 
GroupsConditionality 
3 
Syllogisms 
3 
Logical Data Sufficiency (Directions, family tree) 
2 
Family Tree 
2 
Coding 
2 
Symbol based logic 
1 
Venn diagram 
2 
Circular arrangements 
2 
Linear arrangements 
1 
Visual Reasoning  Odd Man Out 
1 
Inequality between variables 
2 
Strongweak arguments 
3 
Deductive reasoning 
2 
Good attempt 
3233 
Score with 85% accuracy 
2930 
English (Third section, Simple) – 30 Min time limit, 40 Q 

Topic 
No of Q 
Grammar (Sentence correction) 
5 
Fill in the blanks (Part of speech, prepositions) 
8 
Vocabulary (Fill in the blanks) 
4 
Fill in the blanks (Cloze test) 
4 
Para jumbles 
4 
RC  3 passages of 5Q each (Ranging between 200300 words) 
15 
Good attempt 
3537 
Score With 8085% accuracy 
3233 
In this section, all questions of one type were in single order. There was no jumbling of question types. Students could have finished this in 2223 Min & spent last 78 minutes in checking the answers
To summarize, NPAT 2017 was simpler than 2016. NPAT authorities did not publish overall cutoffs in 2016. If they do publish them this year, they are likely to be in the range of 8790 out of 120
Order of sections was same as day 1, i.e. 1st Maths, 2nd LR and 3rd English. Order of section was fixed & each had sectional time limit
Maths was first section. Difficulty level was mediumdifficult. Trigonometry, profit & loss, sequences & series, mensuration were worth 45 Q each. 3 Q each were asked from statistics, algebraic expression & percentages. The remaining questions were well spread across topics. Algebra based questions needed some thinking & calculation. Good students could have attempted 3032 questions & used last 56 minutes to check answers or attempt unsolved Q. Selecting correct order of questions was the key to high attempts & accuracy
Logical Reasoning section was simple. Topic wise split was similar to Day 1. Visual reasoning, DI case lets & syllogisms were highlights. Selection criteria was the only new topic, not asked on Day 1. The remaining questions were well spread across topics. A few questions on strongweak arguments & deductive reasoning were asked. Students could have spent last 5 minutes to check marked answers
English was the last section. Dominated by total 15 questions based on 3 passages, fill in the blanks, grammar & vocabulary based questions; it looked fairly similar to Day 1. Most students would have finished it well in advance
Here is the topic wise question design of all sections
Maths (First section, MediumDifficult), 45 Min time limit, 40 Q 

Topic 
No of Q 
Trigonometry 
4 
Algebraic expression 
3 
Profit & Loss 
4 
Sequences/Series 
5 
Statistics(Mean/Mode/Variance) 
3 
Cubic equations 
1 
Percentages 
3 
Simple/Compound interest 
2 
Linear Equations 
1 
Quadratic Equations 
2 
Mensuration 
4 
Geometry 
1 
Time & Work 
2 
Functions 
1 
Probability 
1 
Set Theory 
1 
Time, Speed, Distance 
1 
Ratio/Proportion 
1 
Good attempt 
3032 
Score With 85% accuracy 
2627 
Logical Reasoning (Second section, Easy) – 45 Min time limit, 40 Q 

Topic 
No of Q 
DI case lets (1 Pie chart, 1 Line graph, 1 Bar graph, 1 Table) 
8 
Visual Series 
3 
GroupsConditionality 
1 
Syllogisms 
5 
Logical Data Sufficiency (Ages) 
1 
Family Tree 
1 
Symbol based logic 
1 
Venn diagram 
2 
Circular arrangements 
1 
Linear arrangements 
2 
Visual Reasoning  Odd Man Out 
2 
Inequality between variables 
3 
Selection criteria 
5 
Strongweak arguments 
2 
Deductive reasoning 
2 
Good attempt 
3233 
Score with 85% accuracy 
2930 
Time was just sufficient to complete the section. There was hardly any time left to revisit/check answers
English (Third section, Simple) – 30 Min time limit, 40 Q 

Topic 
No of Q 
Grammar (Sentence correction) 
5 
Fill in the blanks (Part of speech, prepositions) 
8 
Vocabulary (Fill in the blanks) 
4 
Fill in the blanks (Cloze test) 
4 
Para jumbles 
4 
RC  3 passages of 5Q each (Ranging between 200300 words) 
15 
Good attempt 
3437 
Score With 8085% accuracy 
3233 
With almost same level of difficulty, overall cutoffs for Day 2 should also be between 8790 out of 120
All the best for results!!