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This is the first hurdle in the selection procedure of any examination. Common Aptitude Test (CAT), CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test), GRE, GMAT, Probationary Officers, Campus Placements, National Defense Academy and many more, every competitive examination in the present scenario have their “written test pattern to get a job” as their first round.
This round tests a candidate on his ability to respond to a particular question with utmost accuracy. In addition to this she/he is also judged on the time taken to arrive at a amicable solution.
Then we might have a question as how these skills will be tested? and what is the WRITTEN TEST pattern to get a job? The answer is a written test typically consists of question from quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning, English proficiency etc.,
Quantitative Aptitude: This section generally consists of mathematical question of 10th class standard. Candidates are expected to perform calculation using various formulae and get an accurate answer. The main skill tested here is how to respond to the question, how quickly you make a choice of the formula and how quickly (in the least time possible) get the solution.
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Logical Reasoning: Most of the competitive examination’s primary area of focus is LOGICAL REASONING. In this section a candidate has nothing to with formulae or calculations, all that one has to do is use his brain. Logical reasoning tests an individual’s ability to think in a 360o perspective. One should be able to justify his solution with a proper reasoning which is both logical and practical.
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English proficiency: The first 2 rounds of the written test has nothing to do with an individual’s communication skills, but in this round a candidate will be tested on his ability to communicate in the language which the globe speaks – English. A candidate is tested on grammar, sentence formation, checking for errors in the sentences, ability to understand a passage (Reading Comprehension) etc.,
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This completes the article on written test pattern to get a job.
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