Importance of JKPSC Assistant Registrar Mock Test Series
Attempting a mock test series is a very important part of JKPSC Assistant Registrar Exam preparation. It helps in the following manner:
1. Exam Like Interface
The Interface of the Oliveboard JKPSC Assistant Registrar Mock Test is similar to the actual exam interface. This will give the aspirants an exam-like feeling while preparing for the exam.
2. Solution and Analysis
The analysis part and the solutions that you get after you take the Mock Test will give you a fair idea as to where you lack, what all topics or sections require your special attention. It also suggests to you what ought to be done to have an improvement in any of the topics or sections.
3. Mock tests create the ambiance of the real exam
Solving a practice paper at home is very different from a test. Mock tests recreate the feeling of an actual examination. JKPSC Assistant Registrar exam is conducted online, and each section has a timer that ticks down. So to get an idea of the pressure and anxiety you will be under and to learn how to beat the timer, you have to take a mock test.
4. Mock tests lead you to understand your weaknesses
We all have our weak points. With mock tests, you will be able to analyze where your weaknesses lie and work on them. They will show you which section you are struggling with or which part of the syllabus is taking up time.
JKPSC Assistant Registrar- Overview
|Board||Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission|
|Post||Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies|
|Selection Process||Written Test, Interview, and Document Verification|
|Job Location||Jammu and Kashmir|
JKPSC Assistant Registrar - Exam Pattern
Some important dThe totaletails for the written examination:
|Total duration of the examination||2 hrs (120 minutes)|
|Total number of questions in the exam||120 questions|
|Question type ||Objective or multiple-choice questions (MCQ)|
|Total points awarded ||75 points|
Marking System of the exam (including negative marking)- some important points:
- The marking scheme will include negative marking. This means that for every wrong answer made by a candidate, one-fourth of the marks, i.e., (0.25) marks assigned to that question, will be deducted as a penalty.
- If more than one alternative is selected for any given question by the candidate, the answer to that particular question will be considered incorrect, and no marks will be awarded to the candidate for that question even if one of the answers selected were correct.
- If any question is not attempted or left blank by the candidate, there will be no negative marking for that question, i.e., the candidate will get zero in that question.
The selection is made based on Written Examination, which is followed by the interview:
|I. Written Examination||75 points|
|II. Interview Process||25 points|