RRB SSE Exam Pattern 2020

RRB SSE Exam Pattern 2020 – If you are preparing for RRB SSE Exam 2020 as per official syllabus then it’s good but, along with syllabus you should be aware of exam pattern and marking scheme also. It is because, if you will have an idea of exam pattern and marking scheme then you can know your weak and strong points. It is very compulsory for a candidate to know his/her strong and weak areas so that he can struggle hard for the weak areas.

The Railways Department is going to organize the RRB SSE CBT 1 Exam in the month of April or May. All the candidates who have filled up the application form are struggling hard to get good score in CBT 1. Aspirants can check the RRB SSE Syllabus 2020 on the official website. In this article, you will get the details regarding exam pattern and marking scheme to score good in the exam.

If you have successfully completed your registration then, you can start your studies to clear SSE Exam 2020. It is very important for a contender to know the RRB SSE Exam Pattern therefore, check the official website indianrailways.gov.in for the latest updates and start preparing for the exam. Check the highest weightage topics and do more practice of such topics to score maximum marks in the exam.

Details regarding RRB SSE Exam Pattern 2020

RRB SSE  Exam 2020 will be completely objective type in which you will have to tick the correct answer from 4-5 options. There will be approx 150 questions which you have to attend within 2 hours. The RRB SSE paper will contain four different subjects including Reasoning and general intelligence, General awareness, Arithmetic, and Technical subject.

All the candidates needs to prepare for the exam as per exam pattern because it will help in cracking the exam. Candidates can attend the paper in any one language i.e. English or Hindi. Please note that, you cannot mix two languages to attend the paper. You’ll have to maintain the paper in any one language.

Marking Scheme

As you have already read above that, there will be total 150 questions. Each subject is divided for a particular number of questions i.e. 20 questions for Reasoning and General Intelligence, 20 questions of General Awareness, 20 questions for Arithmetic subject and 90 questions for Technical subject. Each question will carry 1 mark. Also, there will be a deduction of 1/3rd mark for every wrong question.

Exam Preparation Tips

  • Make a timetable to study each subject.
  • Firstly, check the high weightage questions
  • Work hard on your weak areas
  • Check the Syllabus and exam pattern.
  • Mark the questions which you have well prepared.
  • Buy different books for each subject.
  • Check the previous year question paper and prepare accordingly.
  • Note the time for covering each question paper.
  • Read newspaper daily to keep yourself updates with current affairs.

Do well in the exam. All the best!

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