The written exam of SSC Stenographer 2021 consists of three parts:
- Part I- General Intelligence and Reasoning
- Part II- General Awareness
- Part III- English Language and Comprehension
General Intelligence and Reasoning
General Intelligence and Reasoning is one such section in which the candidate can make full use of his intelligence, reasoning ability. This is a scoring section in the written exam. Give mock tests and solve sample papers to score good marks in this section. While writing the General Intelligence and Reasoning paper, keep these things in mind.
Avoid assumptions. It is important to understand every concept.
Words with 2 negative prefixes should be avoided as these are usually used to confuse the candidate.
Practice as many examples as possible to understand how to solve the 3 questions.
4 Alphabet, numerical guidelines should be clear.
5 If you have not practiced well then reasoning can take more time and more mind may have to be put in, so practice thoroughly.
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Some of the important topics from this section from which most of the questions are asked are:
- mathematical and code based puzzle
- blood relations
- Venn diagrams
- circular seating arrangements
- Assertion and Reasoning
- alphabet series
- hidden image
- Paper Cutting and Folding
- cubes and dices
- Word Formula
- course of action
Under General Awareness, the candidate’s knowledge about the environment and the world in which he is living is tested by the examination. Generally this section is easy to engage and score well. But if the candidate is unaware of the general environment/events, it is difficult to score good marks in this section. Important tips to do better in this-
- It is important for the candidates to be aware of the latest happenings. Stay updated with such incidents continuously.
- Current Affairs of the last six months Keep abreast of the socio-economic situation of the country and the world. Reading the newspaper daily will give additional benefit in this.
- Make notes of important events so that you can revise them every day.
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- Awards and honors
- Indian Constitution
- India and world
- science and technology
- Indian Geography- Soil in India, Indian Crops, Farming and Irrigation in India, Indian Rivers etc.
- Days and Programs
- art and culture
- Indian Economy
- Government Policies and Schemes
- Programs and matters of national and international importance
- Indian polity
- Indian History- Indian Independence Movement, Mughal Empire etc.
- Countries, capitals and currencies
English Language and Comprehension
If the candidate wants to become a stenographer, he must have a good command over the English language as he will have to note down everything spoken by the senior officer or minister. This is the reason why English and Comprehension have the highest weightage as compared to other sections in SSC Stenographer Exam. As per the trend of previous years, the level of questions in this section is moderate to tough. To strengthen this section candidates must practice mock tests. The questions in this section will cover English Grammar and Comprehension & Vocabulary. English Comprehension Section Preparation Tips
- Practice the basic rules of English Grammar – Active and Passive Voice, Narration, Parts of Speech (Verb, Adverb, Noun, Pronoun, Conjunction, Preposition etc.), Articles, Singular and Plural Noun and more.
- Try to make a habit of reading English books and newspapers daily. If you come across a new word, note it down to improve your vocabulary stock.
Some Important Sections of English Language and Comprehension
-Close Test, Spellings, Synonyms and Antonyms, Parajumbles, Comprehension Reading, Fill in the Blanks, Sentence Correction, Spotting Errors, Para Replacement etc.
SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern
SSC Stenographer exam is conducted in 2 phases – written test and skill test. The written exam consists of three sections carrying 200 marks.
- Part I General Intelligence and Reasoning (50 Marks)
- Part II General Awareness (50 Marks)
- Part III English Language & Comprehension (100 Marks)
For general candidates, the time duration for the written test is 120 minutes, while for blind candidates an additional 40 minutes are given.
The exam consists of objective type, multiple choice questions.
There is negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.
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