Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released the exam dates for the recruitment of the Rajasthan Police Sub Inspector Combined Comp Exam. Candidates recruited under the Rajasthan Police are appointed at Pay-Matrix Level-11. The total number of vacancies released is 859. According to the latest notice, RPSC is going to conduct the SI/Platoon Commander examination from 13th to 15th September 2021. Admit cards are also released by the Commission and made available to download from the official website of RPSC.
As the exam dates are near candidates must be looking for last-minute tips to get success in the examination. It is a great opportunity for the candidates of Rajasthan who wants to serve their nation and wants to work in the Police department. In this article, we are providing you the Last Minute Tips For RPSC I Examination.
The exam pattern is quite simple. General Hindi holds a weightage equal to General Science and General knowledge. The syllabus for general science and general knowledge is comprehensive. While the syllabus of General Hindi is limited. One can score more marks by preparing well for General Hindi. Candidates can score more in less preparation but more knowledge.
Rajasthan Police SI Selection Process
The selection process for Rajasthan Police Recruitment for SI is provided below.
|Written Exam||400 [Hindi (200)+GK(200)]||36% in each subject & 40% overall|
|Physical Efficiency Test||100||50%|
|Aptitude Test & Interview||50||Prefer-> Diploma in criminology or N.C.C. “C” Certificate or who have offered Police Administration as one of the papers for the degree examination|
- Candidates who are required to obtain 36% of marks in each paper and 40 % in the aggregate, shall be deemed to have passed the qualifying examination conducted by the Commission.
- Those who qualify in the written exam will be called for the Physical Efficiency Test followed by Aptitude Test and Interview.
Last-Minute Tips For RPSC I Examination
Revise all the important topics and current affairs
Current affairs are an important part of the General studies section and one must be aware of the latest happenings for a complete understanding. Revise all the important current affairs before appearing for the exam.
Reach the examination hall before time to avoid last-minute hassle
Candidates must reach half an hour before the reporting time to avoid last-minute confusion and hassle. It is necessary to not be panic during the exam and getting late without the admit card or any other documents will only lead to any blunder.
Stay Calm and read the question properly
To make sure you crack the exam with a good score, it is necessary to stay calm while taking the exam. Don’t think too much and be patient. Candidates must read each and every question properly before marking the right answer.
Quick notes, Quicker Revision, Easy Revision
The best revision strategy includes preparing short notes while studying. These notes can be referred to for last-minute revision.
The exam is for the selection to the post of sub-inspector so it is important for the candidate to be confident in their abilities. It helps to boost your performance in the exam.
Check Previous Year Exam Papers
Previous year exam papers will give you an idea of how the questions are framed, marking schemes, and weightage is given to each section. All this information will help you to strategize your preparation in a better manner. Solving these papers will give you confidence as well.
These are some tips for the General Awareness Section for the more score>we hope these tips will help you a lot for your last-minute preparation and build some confidence before the examination.
RPSC SI 2021:FAQ
Q.What is the RPSC SI Exam Date?
Ans: The exam dates are 13th September 2021 to 15th September 2021.
Q.Is there any negative marking in RPSC SI Exam?
Ans: Yes, 1/3 Marks Will Be Deducted For Each Wrong Answer.
Q. Is this necessary to bring a hard copy of the RPSC SI Admit Card?
Ans: Yes it is necessary to bring hard copy of admit card.
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