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Last Moments Important Tips & Strategy to get Selection in SSC-Junior Engineer Examinations

How to Prepare for SSC-JE Examination in last Days...!

SSC- JE Exam pattern: An Overview - We Everyone Know that The common entrance test of the SSC Junior Engineer Exam consists of two papers

Paper-1 it is an objective type based paper which is taken on a computer based online test (CBT).?this paper has following sections.

v General Intelligence and Reasoning. {50 marks}

v General Awareness. {50 marks}

v Technical CE/ME/EE. {100marks}

Paper-2 it is Subjective or Descriptive Type paper.

v Civil Engineering

v Electrical Engineering

v Mechanical Engineering

SSC JE Examinations: Tips to prepare in last moments.

Go Through Syllabus:

collect SSC-JE Exam full syllabus and Go through this once complete exam syllabus. Analyse important chapters and topics and write down impotent points and topics in your note book. When you revise, you can easily understand at these main points as these short points are made by you in your hand writing.

Study Material:

Get the appropriate study materials before you start your preparation for SSC junior Engineer exam. You can get books as per Latest syllabus, Online study notes and other study materials. Revision all subject more than 5 times before SSC Exams

Doubts Clearing:

You should keep clearing all your doubts with your friends or teachers in classroom if you are current student or you can contact your syllabus concern teacher.

Time Management:

Time management is very important in this examination because in 120 minutes you have to solve 200 questions. I.e. less than 1 minute for every 2 questions. Try to come up with methods to solve questions faster so you wouldn’t be wasting a lot of time during the exam. This will help you answer all the questions within the allotted time and then only you can attempt all question in 120 minutes

Give time to your study 6-7 hours every day

Previous Year Papers:

You should Solve all the questions of previous year papers twice or thrice. While solving practice papers, try to focus on speed as well as the accuracy. For this, you need to take as many mock Tests as possible before the actual Exam.

Online Test Series:

As the mode of examination of SSC-JE has been changed and now it is computer based test (CBT). So do practice with Online Test Series. This is easily available. this will be very helpful to boost score in examination. It is also helpful to check your accuracy and time management.  Join online test series and try to make yourself comfortable on computer.

 

Non-Tech Preparations:

Daily update yourself with the latest current affairs and general knowledge. This will help you in the exam. Non-tech subject can’t cover in tinny days so you need to practice these portions on daily basics.

Short Notes:

Take all last year’s question paper and note the important questions, repeated questions in your note book and remember those on your fingertips by making short notes. then try to solve each type of question from these topics. Memorize all the important formulas and short tricks for the questions. Also, make it a habit to get enough written practice in numerical and tricky questions. Make your short notes and remembering them again and again

Speed with Accuracy:

If you don’t know the answer for a question, move to the next question. Do not stick with a single question. You need to score a minimum score (60% to 70%) to secure the cut off marks. Analyse your performance on daily basics.

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12 Must Habits Which Will Help You Crack SSC–JE Examination in First Attempt

How to become Junior Engineer in first attempt?

 Most of the Engineering aspirants have a doubt “How to crack SSC or STATE -JE in first attempt? ”.  It is a myth that no one crack the  

Exam in the first attempt by studying 6 months. Here we are breaking that myth and giving 10 Must Habits Which Will Help You Crack Junior Engineer Exam in First Attempt.

1. Objectify the SSC-JE Syllabus.

Most of the aspirants feel that SSC-JE Syllabus is very massive. No doubt, the syllabus is huge but remind yourself that it is something that you have already studied before! You need to Just brush up your Concept and past knowledge to give your Junior Engineer vision a start. Start by simply jotting down the entire syllabus into points and divide them into sections according to your strengths and weaknesses, and then proceed with designing a study plan.

2. Stop looking at the Junior Engineer curriculum as a whole – Divide it to Conquer

Let’s take a quick look at the definition of Divide and Conquer: It basically means that you divide the subjects into manageable parts and that makes it possible for yourself by dividing them and conquering them.

The common entrance test of the SSC Junior Engineer Exam consists of two papers. Paper-I is an objective type based paper which is taken on an Online Mode while Paper-II is subjective.

Paper-I have the following sections –

  • General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • General Awareness
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Paper-II has three parts from General Engineering section which are:

    • Part A: Civil & Structural
    • Part B: Electrical
    • Part C: Mechanical  

3. Make a Timetable and follow it judiciously

Draw out a timetable for yourself, and the time table should be a realistic one. Do not make a timetable which needs more than 4 - 5 hours of your day to dedicate to your preparations. Once you have decided on the amount of time you will put in everyday and what topics you will cover when, make sure you follow it every day.

4. Indulge in Quality Discussions

Keep a habit of discussing all important developments that are important according to SSC Exam point of view. All former Toppers who have cleared the exam in their first attempt itself give this tip. Good discussions will give you an edge over others – not just in Prelims, but in Mains as well.

5. Go Through Previous Year Papers: 

Go through the Previous Year Question Papers and check the weightage of different topics, type of questions asked and their difficulty level. Master the topics having higher weightage. Take at least past 5-10 years of question papers and solve them.

 

6. Solve Mock Papers Regularly

Make sure you solve enough number of Mock Papers for both Prelims and Mains; this is a must before you step into the Real exam for your first attempt. Regular evaluations will help you keep a track of your progress. You get to know your weaknesses and can work accordingly. This helps you keep yourself motivated.

7. Develop Answer Writing Skills

In an exam like the SSC-JE mains, studying the syllabus is not the only important thing to do, how you write and how much score you attempt in exam is what counts the most. No matter how much you study prior to the exam, how skilfully you are writing the answers within two hours is what makes one topper and another failure. Hence having regular practice of answer writing is highly necessary.

8. The Two Time Revision Rule

When you plan your studies, make sure you have enough time on your agenda for a minimum of two revisions. Both Technical studies, as well as Non-Tech syllabus, should be reviewed twice – a week before the examination. Without revision, you cannot succeed in this exam. All the formulas should be at your fingertips. Practice them regularly so that you do not forget them.

 

9. Do Not Ever Skip Basic Concepts

If there’s a bible that can guide you towards success, it’s the Making Basic Concepts that acts as an integral whole in your entire preparation process. Many questions that are asked in the examinations come directly from the Basic part of the subject.

10. Start Framing your own Questions

Develop a habit of asking yourself questions and anticipating the questions that can be asked in the examinations. Keep a separate notebook for your Short Notes section and continuously update it with recent developments in Technical as well as Non-Technical fields of your trade. This notebook will be your guide for revision which is now the most important part for your preparation.

11. Plan and Execute

Planning is always the first step towards success and to execute it the next step. It may be possible that one may not stick to the plan earlier envisaged. But one needs to develop the habit of reviewing the plan and, if needed, go for mid-course correction. Without a proper plan, you cannot accomplish your goal.

12. Maintain a Healthy Diet and Regular Sleep

Maintaining good health during the course is an important prerequisite to excel in these exams. Late night studies can hamper one’s circadian rhythm. But late night studies are also inevitable. Therefore, following a healthy, regular diet must count amongst the top most priorities for a CSE aspirant. If it is your first attempt, don’t let the nervousness bring you down.