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BettyPalmer



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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 11:38 am    Post subject: crack the exam Reply with quote

Crack Government Exams (Best Strategies, Preparation Tips): Every year, a number of candidates prepare and attempt various government examinations like IBPS, SSC, IAS etc. in hopes of fulfilling the ‘Sarkari Naukri‘ Dream. Govt Jobs have an evergreen demand and provides a great sense of job security. Careers in Banking and Administrative Services guarantees a regular pay scale, job perks and a lot more benefits than a job in the private sector.
But in order to crack government exams like SSC and IBPS, you need to prepare yourself extremely well. Most govt tests have written exam followed by interview of shortlisted candidates. Hence, your first hurdle is qualifying the written exam. Most candidates prefer coaching institutes over self preparation. With increased competition, the amount of time and hard work will be the determining factor for cracking a particular govt exam.
Read the Exam Guidelines carefully

With the announcement of every job vacancy, an official notification is released by the administrative body conducting the written exam for the particular post. This Government Exam Notification contains information relevant to the written exam. Information related to important dates, eligibility criteria, vacancies, written exam syllabus and pattern
Understand Written Exam Syllabus and Pattern

Each govt written exam has a special exam pattern and syllabus. Read each instruction carefully related to a government exam syllabus, exam pattern and marking scheme for the particular written exam. It will help you get familiar with the total number of questions, total time allotted, negative marking (if applicable) etc. Once you know the accurate exam syllabus, you’ll be able to focus on the main topics and score more marks.
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Arunakila



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PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 10:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Competitive examination is a test of time management for every candidate. Therefore, as a candidate you should invest time in every subject. Suppose there is only 3-month time for you to prepare for your examination. So, your focus should be to use these 120 days for preparing all the subjects. Time allotment for every subject will depend on your proficiency on subjects. Now you can practice online free at http://www.kidsfront.com/competitive-exams/english-practice-test.html
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