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The Kerala Public Service Commission (Kerala PSC) has taken all steps to conduct the women police constable exam. Women police constable (Category No: 262/2014 to 263/2014) Armed Police Battalion exam is scheduled to conduct on 30th August (Saturday) 2014 from 1.30 PM to 3.15 PM at various centres in Kerala. It is very important to have a well knowledge about the exam syllabus and a systematic learning to score high marks. With more than 1.05 lakh candidates applied for the post till 7th July 2014, it would be tough time for the applicants to get to the top slot.
The preliminarily test consists of an objective type exam (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the post while the duration of the exam will be of 1 hour 15 minutes with maximum marks 100. With less than two months remaining for the exam, a hardcore training is necessary for the candidates who are appearing for the test. As lengthy preparation is not possible, applicants can undergo crash courses and self learning.
The syllabus of the women police constable exam 2014 would give a clear knowledge about the topics to be covered while having foundational study.
Syllabus of Women Police Constable
Here is the syllabus of the Women Police Constable 2014 exam as notified in the Kerala PSC website. Divided into 3 parts, the topics for the exam are:
Women police constable exam preparation tips
The most important aspect in securing a better rank in the women police constable test is to plan the studies much prior to the exam. A well understanding of the syllabus and drafting a simple timetable will give enough time for the candidates to prepare for the exam.
Tip No. 1: Using Mnemonic techniques and making notes on important terms and names would improve the memory. This would stay as a close aide while taking the exam. Try to use different colored pencil to mark tricky or confusing questions. Forming groups and organizing Group discussion will bring the best result. Assemblage of likeminded candidates and conversing about social relevant issues will quicken and sharpen the thoughts while reduce the fear of sharing ideas.
Tip No. 2: Time management is one of the most creative factor which decides the destiny of the students. As per the pattern of Kerala PSC exam, a candidate will get only less than one minute for answering one question (100 questions to be answered within one hour and fifteen minutes). So it remembers about the significance of managing time while in the exam hall. According to the experience of top ranked candidates, one should have to score 90 or correct answer out of 100 questions to go the next phase and get a call for the interview. Taking as many Mock Tests and answering to previous question papers much closer to the time of the examination can give maximum results. With limited vacancies and unlimited applicants, this exam would only open doors for the best performers.
Students who take competitive exams should give prime importance to food menu which can aide in giving concentration while in the exam hall. Vegetables & fresh water can decrease your eyestrain and sharpen your memory. As each exam is considered to a new challenge, candidates take much care in utilizing the allotted time. In Kerala PSC exam, each correct answer carries 1 mark while for each wrong answer 1/3 mark will be deducted. Reducing anxiety and covetousness can give a thrilling experience which can convert dreams to achievement.