The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will hold a Combined All India Open Examination for recruitment to the posts of Data Entry Operator (DEO) and Lower Division Clerk (LDC) on 4 December 2011. With only 4 days left for exam, jagranjosh.com guides you to the examination hall.
Examination Hall Do's
Carry Important Documents: Make sure you carry all important documents with you to the examination hall viz, the admit card, the original payment receipt, bio-data form, and photo identity proof in original as well as a photocopy.
Reach on Time: Plan your journey and estimate the maximum time you would take- make allowances for traffic jams- to reach the venue of examination. This will save you from unnecessary panic and stress.
Manage your Time: Since there will be just 120 minutes to solve 200 Objective Type questions, manage your time accordingly without panic. Read the questions properly without rushing into writing the answer as there will be negative marking too and you might fail to spot the easy marks.
Follow Instructions: Confused about filling the instruction? Ask for help from the test administrators and the invigilators. Follow the instructions given by them carefully at all stages of the examination.
Strategy for Writing an Answer: Keep your cool and try attempting those questions first of which you are very sure of as it will boost your confidence and will save your time. Choose your questions carefully as there is negative marking for wrong answers.
Chill! It's just an exam: Stay calm while attempting the paper and give your best shot. Try to relax without compromising on speed and avoid tension creeping in your mind.
Examination Hall Don'ts
Don't lose confidence in the middle of exam if you feel that you have attempted a section of paper badly as it will degrade your performance in the remaining questions.
Don't get distracted by watching what other people in the hall are doing.
Do not carry books, notes, calculator, mobile phones, etc inside the examination hall as it might lead to disqualification.
Some candidates have a habit of folding, wrinkling or rolling their answer sheet. Get rid of this habit as your answer sheet might not be valued by the machine.
Do not get involved in unfair practice in the examination as it may lead to disqualification from selection process at any stage.
Do not leave your seat even if you have finished your paper well before time unless you are allowed to do so.