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Many thousands of candidates attempt tests related to posts in the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC). However, many students fail to score highly in the numerous tests for FPSC not just because they lack academic knowledge, but also because of some minor errors in their approach towards the tests. Following are some useful tips to help correct these errors and ensure that you score highly in the tests for FPSC:
Managing time is crucial in any competitive exam. Same is the case with tests for FPSC, where competition is extremely tough. It is vital that you use time - your most vital resource - in the best possible manner during the test.
You should not spend more than a minute or two on a question. If you’re facing an issue, leave the questions for later and move on. Wear a wrist watch to keep track of the time. Wrist watches should be an essential item regardless of the test you're attempting.
It is always advisable to start with easy questions or questions about which you’re sure that you know the correct answer. Attempting these questions has a positive psychological effect as it boosts your confidence, and this will in turn help your mind perform better when facing difficult questions at the tests for FPSC.
You should mark down the difficult questions before you move on so that you don’t miss them.
By using the elimination method, you can cut down on a lot of wasted time and can easily find the right answer to questions. In this, you should start off by cutting out the answer options that you know for sure are incorrect. Usually this marks out two or at least one. This makes the likelihood of selecting the right answer from the remaining options becomes higher.
The elimination method is a vital tool for success in all competitive tests.
This last tip is a tried and tested method for success. That’s probably why you’ve heard it plenty of times already. But the reason you’ve heard it before is because it’s absolutely true – the more you practice with sample tests etc., the more you’ll become familiarized with the questions on the test, and the more you’ll be able to better manage your time.
Now that you’re equipped with some tips for success, all that’s left for you to do is practice as much as you can through our course and score highly in upcoming MCQs Screening Test for the position of Asst. Director in the Intelligence Bureau (FPSC).
Education: Master's Degree or equivalent qualification with Grade 'C'/Second Class
Age: 21-30 (relaxation of 5 years in upper limit)
Post/Grade: Assisstant Director (BS-17)
Domicile/Quota wise Positions:
Area of Posting: Anywhere in Pakistan
MCQs will be covered from the following subjects: