The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is all set to conduct the written examination (Paper II)for the recruitment of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police & Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Assistant Sub-Inspectors in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on 18th December 2016. The paper I carries four subjects namely, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Knowledge, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension.
The paper I consists of 200 marks in total for which the candidates would get 2 hours’ time.
Effective Last minute Tips: The expert team of Jagranjosh.com has come up with a few last minute tips which will prove helpful to crack the examination, stated as below:
Revise the concepts across all test subjects: Candidates are advised to revise all the formulas and rules for each subject. For example: Revise basic English grammar rules from any grammar book.
Scan the section first: Every competitive examination has some easy, some moderate and some very tough questions – those who wish to ace the exam must learn to spot the easy ones and avoid the tough ones. No one will be able to attempt all questions in the given time and therefore the best approach is to focus on accuracy rather than on the number of questions to be attempted.
In this scenario the key to score maximum marks is the ‘selection’ of the right question to attempt. Candidates are advised to select the question based on parameters like expertise of subject, length of the question, level of difficulty of the question and their own comfort level in solving a particular type of questions.
Avoid guesswork: Aspirants are advised to avoid guesswork as there will be negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer.
Do not lose excessive time over any question: The best rule is that if you are no closer to solving a question even after 2-3 minutes then it is wise to abandon the same and move on to other one.
Cross-check the options also: Sometimes one can easily get the answer by just checking the given options. So cross check the given options before marking your answer.
Be confident: Self Confidence is the key to crack this examination. From a comparative analysis of the candidates who are already selected, self confidence was one thing that was found common amongst all selected ones. You need to keep yourself charged and have faith in yourself. This will definitely help you to answer your questions in the examination with self-assurance and conviction.
Don’t panic: And last but not the least, ensure aspirants should pace themselves during the exam. The most important thing to keep in mind is not to panic, doing so will lower your speed and thinking ability.
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