GSECL JE Preparation Tips 2021: Know the Best Strategies for GSECL Junior Engineer Exam

GSECL JE Preparation Tips 2021: Know the Best Strategies for GSECL Junior Engineer Exam

ByNeha Dhyani  |  Updated on: Sep 17, 2021GSECL JE admit card for 316 vacancies will be released soon along with the exam date. Know the important details for GSECL JE recruitment here such as selection process, salary, eligibility criteria, syllabus, exam pattern, exam date, and other details.
GSECL JE admit card for 316 vacancies will be released soon along with the exam date. Know the important details for GSECL JE recruitment here such as selection process, salary, eligibility criteria, syllabus, exam pattern, exam date, and other details.
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GSECL JE Preparation Tips 2021

GSECL JE Preparation Tips 2021: Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited (GSECL) has released a notification for 155 vacancies for the post of Vidyut Sahayak. As the online applications for GSECL JE exam is over, it is time that all the candidates who have applied for the exam begin their preparation for the GSECL JE exam. BYJU’S Exam Prep brings you the GSECL JE Preparation Tips through which you can understand step by step process strategy of preparation for the GSECL JE exam.

This article will elaborate on the GSECL JE preparation tips, tricks and strategies that will explain bea reliable source of guidance for the GSECL JE Exam. Read this article to take reference that will help you prepare for the GSECL JE exam.

GSECL Junior Engineer Exam Pattern for Online Test

  • The mode of examination in the GSECL JE exam is online
  • The type of questions in the GSECL JE paper will be objective type questions i.e MCQ type
  • The GSECL exam will have 5 sections in question papers, details will be discussed below.
  • The GSECL JE exam will contain 100 questions of a total of 100 marks
  • Each question of the GSECL JE paper will be of 1 mark.
  • Every question is of 1 mark while every incorrect answer by you will lead to a negative marking of 0.25 mark. 
SectionsSubject
Subject Weightage
Section: 1General Knowledge10%
Section: 2English Knowledge10%
Section: 3Concerned subject60%
Section: 4Computer Knowledge10%
Section: 5Gujarati Language & Grammar10%

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Important Tips & Strategy for GSECL JE 2021 Exam Preparation

Following are the tips to strategize and prepare better for the GSECL JE examination:

Know the  GSECL JE Syllabus & Exam pattern

  • The most important thing in the preparation for any exam is knowing the correct syllabus and exam pattern. Take a print-out of the Syllabus.
  • Read thoroughly syllabus by yourself and point out which topics you have to cover in deep and which you already know and highlight in the syllabus itself.
  • Once you have identified look at the exam pattern of the exam and plan yourself accordingly.

Analyse the previous year paper

It is important that you become familiar with the subjects that are commonly asked in the test. Instead of a headline-based approach, this is a clever way to prepare for an exam (usually done by the students these days ). Applicants will be able to cover a few important topics in this way.

Analyse the trend

  • Analyse the previous trend of the exam like which subjects are asked in bulk. for ex- if you will look at the civil Engg you will find that most of the questions are asked from only 5-6 subjects only so prepare them first.
  • Non-tech parts cover 40% of the syllabus so you have to equally focus on that part also, take a common book available in the market to cover this part quickly.

Time Schedule

  • By this, we mean that you should never make a solid timetable with so many solid layers to cover the subtopics within a matter of minutes. Instead, focus on completing the scheduled dates as your own understanding so that you do not regret wasting time on the irrational understanding of the main points. Be flexible but purposeful.
  • Create a timeline in such a way as to ensure 2-3 reviews.
  • If available, try a section test; don't just cover the syllabus. This not only helps to build an idea around a particular topic, but one knows how many different ways a question can be constructed and asked in a test.

Keep Sundays reserve for tests

Make a habit of reading, studying, and memorizing theoretical features but do not forget to keep them in long-term memory. Remember, the GSECL test date has not yet been set. Given the uncertainties, time can be extended, so it is advisable to review the test on Sundays.

Evaluate Yourself 

  • Now that you have determined your daily routine, follow it and follow it.
  • Follow your timeline closely and check after each little activity.
  • Check your progress if you are behind, try to cover the margin by donating more time and resources.
  • Do not be discouraged if any goal is not completed but do not leave it instead to install it next week with a little effort.
  • Remember to check for errors and reasons why the work was not completed. Find and work on it and you'll be back in line soon.
  • Take small steps without rushing to accomplish anything.
  • Don't forget to check your performance.

Learn by note-making

Keeping notes and reviewing notes helps for a better review. It is always easy and helpful to review notes made by yourself. It helps to keep and remember better, and in testing, it gives the edge.

Relax Your Mind

  • Try to relax your mind and avoid taking on too much stress as it will have a negative impact on your productivity.
  • Avoid using social media for a while as it simply puts pressure on you by showing you unimportant news and spreading apathy.
  • Follow hobbies from research such as play music, watch something inspiring or bright, talk to your friends and family or do anything that makes you feel comfortable and at ease.
  • Take proper rest and sleep because it will increase your concentration and help your mind to function properly.

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  • Here are some preparation tips for the GSECL JE exam 2021:

    • Knowledge of GSECL JE syllabus
    • Practice mock tests and sample papers regularly
    • Have a routine study plan
    • Always stay motivated
  • You can get the complete syllabus of the GSECL JE Exam Syllabus from the GSECL Official website or directly click on GSECL JE Syllabus

  • Yes, knowing the GSECL JE exam pattern lets you know the subjects, marking scheme, duration of exam that ease your preparation strategy for the exam. 

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