Army Public School Exam Preparation Tips 2020: Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) released the notification on 1st October 2020 for APS November 2020 exam. The exam will be going to held soon. This is the right time to plan your APS preparation strategy to get better outcomes. Candidates often look for reliable solutions for "how to prepare for APS exam" but confuse about the acknowledgement on the basics of the preparation.
Thus, to provide you with ease, we are sharing some of the key beneficial APS preparation tips and tricks to crack the November 2020 exam.
1. Follow Army Teacher Exam Pattern and Syllabus:
Complete Knowledge of Exam pattern and syllabus is very helpful to crack the exam. In this exam have 1/4th negative marking and there are two parts of Exam pattern. Part -A is a general aptitude test and it is same for TGT, PGT & PRT Candidates but Part-B is concerned subject test and it is only for TGT and PGT Candidates.
|Post||Paper||Contents||Max Marks||Duration of Exam||Important Information|
|PGT/ TGT||Part A||General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension,|
Educational Concepts and Methodology, Inclusive Education, & IT.
For TGT papers of Science
|Part B||Specific to Subject||90|
|PRT||Part A||General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Educational Concepts and|
Methodology, Inclusive Education, & IT.
Hindi or Sanskrit teachers
will get a Bilingual Paper.
2. Practice Mock Test:
3. Practice Previous Year Paper & Computer Question:
4. Learn the Basic Concept and Practise Quizzes Online
5. Focus on Weak Area
6.. Effective Time Management:
7. Army Teacher Exam Qualifying Marks.
1. Tips for General Knowledge Section:
2. Tips for Mental & Numerical Ability Section:
4. Tips for the English Language:
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Some of the points that can be helpful in the exam preparation are
Yes, there's negative marking and for every wrong answer, 1/4th mark will be deducted.
The question that is asked in the interview will be based on the profile your choose for the job that is either PRT, TGT or PGT post. The questions can be from your academics and sometimes based on the teaching methodology. Have a clear vision and deep knowledge of your subject. Be practical and listen to the questions carefully before answering. If possible get in touch with the candidates who have either qualified or have given the interview themselves.
One month time is quite less and will only be appropriate for revision. If a candidate smartly plans and dedicatedly time for studies you can surely ace the exam.
The questions paper will be only in the English Language except for the subject like Hindi and Sanskrit, which will be partially in Hindi.