JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Exam is scheduled to be held on 06th of March, 2022, from 12.00 noon to 2.00 pm (Sunday). We just want to remind you all of a few things before you go and write the exam. These may seem obvious, but it’s good to hear someone tell you this before the exam. It gives you the confidence you need to do well in the exam. And, as always we’re here for you with few JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Exam last-minute tips!
Before moving on to the JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Last Minute Tips. Let’s have a look at the OMR Objective JKSSB FAA Exam Pattern:
JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Examination is divided into two parts, the first of which is a written test with objective questions. Following the written test, the second stage is the interview, which is primarily a document verification process. The written exam has a total of 120 points and lasts two hours. The written test and document verification will be used to make the final decision. Applicants can take note of the subtopics and exam structure to get a head start on their preparation.
|General knowledge with a focus on the J&K UT||30|
|Bookkeeping and accounting||30|
|English in general||10|
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JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Last Minute Tips
JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Exam: How to Attempt the Exam
- No blind guesswork. The number of questions you need to attempt depends on the level of difficulty. Maintain a balance between accuracy and speed. Remember that there is a penalty for marking the wrong answer. As a result, avoid guesswork as much as possible. Accuracy is as important as speed in this exam. Try the elimination method to eliminate 2-3 options before making calculated guesses, and refrain from any blind guesswork.
- Avoid getting stuck on one question and wasting your time. You can always revisit it when you have time left.
JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Exam: General Tips
- Avoid New Topics
Do not start any new topic now. You may not retain anything you learn now. Re-examine whatever you have learned so far and make sure you understand it.
2. Take Mock Tests
After your preparation, take mock tests to measure your progress. Oliveboard’s Mock tests provide instant feedback through analytics, allowing you to analyze how fast and accurate you are at answering questions, as well as identify your strong and weak areas. Take as many mock tests as you can in these last few days.
Do not take it lightly and leave it for the last day. Revise all concepts, formulas, shortcuts, and tricks so that you don’t forget them. Highlight the important points.
4. Make a Separate Note
Formulas, shortcuts, tricks, etc. should be written on separate paper so that you can quickly review them before the exam.
5. Time Management
During an exam, time is a crucial factor, and it is easy to lose track. This is where practice pays off. Manage it properly.
6. Speed and Accuracy
Your performance would be outshined by speed and accuracy. Regular practice would help you achieve this. Increase your chances of clearing the cut-offs by attempting as many questions as possible with 100% accuracy.
7. Read the Question Properly
Make sure you understand what is written in the question. Please do not just glance over the question. If you read it carefully, you might be able to do it. Therefore, before skipping it, make sure to read it carefully because sometimes the questions that appear difficult are actually easy to answer.
8. Avoid Stress and Anxiety
It’s important to remain calm and composed. Try not to get too excited or too worried. Light exercise or meditation would be helpful.
9. Stay Away from Negative Thoughts
Stay away from negative thoughts or people that demotivate you. Have faith that you have given your best and your efforts will pay off.
10. Eat Right
Take a well-balanced diet. Avoid oily and sugary snacks. Stay well hydrated.
11. Relax and Rest:
You should not let anxiety ruin your preparation. Remind yourself that you can do anything. Make sure that you don’t deprive yourself of sleep. A good night’s sleep improves your focus and helps you remember things better.
12. Exam Checklist
Keep your Call letter, recent passport size photograph, Photo identity proof (Original + Photocopy), Ball Point Pen (all things that are mentioned in your call letter to carry on the day of the exam) in your bag before the day of the exam so that you may not forget any of these in hurry. It is better to reach the Examination Centre in advance than to get late. So, leave early to avoid getting stuck in the traffic.
- Call Letter
- Photograph (if mentioned)
- ID Proof
- Ball pen
- Reach the centre in advance
JKSSB Finance Account Assistant Last Minute Tips – FAQs
JKSSB Finance Account assistant exam will be conducted on 06th of March, 2022, from 12.00 noon to 2.00 pm (Sunday)
Candidates can start downloading the admit card for the JKSSB FAA from 24 Feb 2022 as the admit cards are out.
Dikshant (DJ) is an engineer turned banker. He has cleared many competitive exams before his current placement. Being an officer in the bank, DJ is super busy but makes sure that he always finds time for writing informative & exam-oriented content to help students in cracking competitive exams such as SBI, IBPS, SSC, JAIIB/ CAIIB and many more.
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