Preparation tips for SSC-JE

Preparation Tips for SSC JE 2018

Preparation tips for SSC-JE
Preparation tips for SSC-JE exams

Some tips to prepare for SSC-JE exams:

1. Know the Pattern of SSC-JE:
This is the first step for preparing for SSC-JE exam.First thing to keep in mind is that you should know the SSC-JE exam pattern.Exam Pattern includes details about papers, subjects, total marks every topic carry and total time limit of papers.Spending more time on topics that carry more weightage is obviously better.
To know the exam pattern in detail, their subjects, total marks and time limit click Exam Pattern

2. Know the syllabus of SSC-JE:
Knowing the syllabus for preparing for SSC-JE exams is very much important as it is the subjects in a course of study.Syllabus contains the topics that are going to come on exam.Here is the syllabus for preparation of SSC-JE exams for all branches like Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, just check it out:
Electrical Engineering syllabus
Mechanical Engineering syllabus
Civil Engineering syllabus

3. Allocate Time Wisely:
SSC-JE exam paper includes two papers i.e. Paper-I and Paper-II. Paper-I is Objective type and Paper-II is Descriptive type.Paper-I exam includes General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness consists 200 questions which you have to complete in 2 hours.Paper-II contains the techincal subject of yours.Therefore, try to finish the non-technical part in 60 minutes & devote rest of the time to your Technical core subject.

4.Strategy to Improve Marks by taking SSC JE Online test series:
When you are preparing for SSC-JE on  online test series, your goal is then to optimize time according to the difficulty level and complexity of questions. A Proper analysis of any mock test requires you to figure out the time that you spend on each question.
After you finish the online test or practice test, carry out a detailed analysis of your performance.
Jot down the questions which you attempt wrong, skip and find time consuming.
Label the ques that you skip as ‘very difficult’, the ones that you attempt wrong as, ‘tricky’ and the ones that take a good chunk of your time as ‘difficult’.
Now, the questions that you solve correctly can be categorised as ‘easy’. You just need to practice these questions regularly to improve on them.
The ‘difficult’, ‘very difficult’ and ‘easy’ questions need more of your attention.

5.The ‘One Mistake’ that Stops you From Improving:
When you solve a practice test for the preparation of SSC-JE exam, analysing the solutions question-wise and moving on to solve another test teaches you how to solve 1 tricky question. You need to learn how to solve all types of questions. Therefore, start with the problems that you find time consuming.
Now pick the difficult questions and take a careful look at the solutions. Then, solve at least 10-15 questions of that type before you move on to another difficult question. Once you have all the ‘difficult’ questions covered, move on to solve and practice ‘very difficult’ questions in the same way.

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