ssc je preparation tips

Making the right preparation for SCC Junior Engineer Exam 2016 is more important any other action related to the exam.

It is this factor that decides your performance in the exam. Therefore, it becomes essential for every candidate to structure his preparation before appearing in the exam.

Here are few preparation tips which will help the candidates to boost their overall performance. As you all know the SSC JE exam is going to held from 3rd December 2016 to 5th December 2016. So the following preparation tips really help you to crack the SSC JE exam 2016.

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#Tip 1- Complete the syllabus for reasoning

The syllabus for reasoning is extremely easy. This basic level syllabus will allow you to score heavily at the beginning. Thus, giving you adequate confidence. Problem are mainly related to seating and arrangements, syllogisms, visual puzzle, sequencing, etc. A little preparation can help you score almost 30-35 marks within the first 20 minutes of the exam.

#Tip 2- General Awareness is tricky, be specific

There is one good thing about general awareness section- time saving. When you look at a question and its give options, you straight away realize that you either know an answer or not. You need not waste time over it by trying to solve it. If you know an answer, then select the right option, else move on to the next question.

#Tip 3- Brush up your Engineering Preparations

There is one big dedicated section to engineering related questions. You are only required to brush up everything that you know. A good 100 marks is on offer in the first level. Try scoring atleast 60-70 in one hour. This will give you an edge over other candidates.

#Tip 4- No guessing games

One amateur habit that you need to overcome is playing the guessing game. You should be well aware of the fact that all competitive exam carry a negative marking of 0.25 on every wrong answer. Hence, do not waste your hard earned marks by playing mindless games. You should only play it when you are about 90% sure of the answer.

#Tip 5- Devote time to every section

You studying habits should include touching every section on a daily basis. Since, objective type paper will test you on all subjects within a time frame of 2 hours, your brain should be ready to work on all the subjects, one after the other.

#Tip 6- Study in time slots

The best way to prepare of any competitive exam is to study in time slots. This makes concentration last for a longer period of time. For an instance, if you time slot of studying is 150 minutes or say 2 hours and 30 minutes, then it would become easier for you in the exam to continue focusing on the paper. On the other hand, if you time slot is 1 hour and 30 minutes or less, you find it difficult to concentrate towards the end of the exam. This can have a devastating impact on your result and career.

Following these preparation tips will definitely help you gain an upper hand from the rest of the candidates. The logic behind success in exam is a smart mind, rather than a bookworm.

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