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SSC CGL Tier II 2014-2015 Last Minute Tips for Aspirant

SSC CGL Tier II 2014-2015 Last Minute Tips for Aspirant

 SSC CGL Tier II 2014-2015 Last Minute Tips for Aspirant

 As you all  know that SSC Tier II exam is scheduled to be held on 11th April 2015 and 12th April 2015 and the time has come when you will face the exam for which you have worked hard day and night for last so many months. We know that you all will be equally anxious and worried about the exam. You all will be busy with last minute preparations, revisions and so on.


SSC CGL Tier II 2014-2015 Last Minute Tips for Aspirant
SSC CGL Tier II 2014-2015 Last Minute Tips for Aspirant
Be cautious guys, don't get panicked and miss something. Herewith we are giving you some "Last Minute Preparation Tips"; you can take it to be do’s and don'ts before exam and what all to prepare at the end of the day. We hope that this will be helpful to each of you who have exams starting of SSC Tier II.

Time Management
This is the first and foremost thing you have to take care about for every exam. Maintain time for section. It depends on you on how you utilize the time for section.
No Heavy Preparations
It’s usually seen that when you engage in heavy preparation last moment you tend to get mixed up and build up undue stress which, again, is not what you would want to do.
Accuracy
Attempt only those questions in which there is no scope of error. Since there is negative marking for each wrong question answer carefully to maximize your marks.
Number of Questions to be solve
Your attempt should be to solve the complete paper but it is one difficult thing to do. So set an achievable target and attempt those questions that you are confident in.
Plan your Strategy
Some of us like to start solving a paper from the first question, while some like to go through the entire paper and then start answering questions from their areas of strength. We would also recommend you to go through the paper and first solve the questions from your strong areas then go through others.

Don't worry about the level of competition
Because the number of people appearing for the exam has nothing to do with the score you wish to achieve. The ladder of success is crowded at the bottom and not at the top.
Confidence
Since you have already prepared for this paper for Tier 1 exam, it is safe to say that all your basics are crystal clear. Have faith in yourself and you will be through. Have a positive attitude and keep yourself motivated. At the end of the day, it is only an exam.
Relax
On the day before the examination If you’ve prepared well for the exam, the night before the exam shouldn’t be too stressful. In fact, you should be able to relax a little and you should also have time to get organized for the big day. Candidates must not get depressed under examination pressure and the pressure put up by their peers. In case they feel low, they must talk to their best friend; who may be a teacher, a family member or, any friend. They must take sound sleep and relax till they appear for the examination. Finally, they must face the examination with confidence.

"Plan your route and journey time: Make sure you get everything ready well in advance of the exam - don't leave it to the day before to suddenly realize you don't know the way, or what you're supposed to bring. plan your route and journey time. If possible, do a test run of the trip; if not, write down clear directions."
 
Get your bag ready. Here is a list of some important things for the exam.

  • Pens
  • A watch
  • Identity Proof
  • Passport size Photograph
  • And the most Important of all: Admit card

Wish you all the best. We can understand how it feels one day before the exam (those goosebumps in the stomach... the fear of uncertainty). But,  we are  sure, you can do.

Source:- SSCADDA
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