Easy ways to beat exam stress


Starting preparations well before the exams or studying well before the exams is the best way to avoid exam stress. It will allow you to revise the syllabus and revision is more important than the first time study.

Focus on understanding the concepts rather than cramming or rote learning.

Visualize about the time after the exam. See in your mind's eye the happiness on your face when the nerve-racking period is over.

Continue reminding yourself that your hard work will produce positive results or desireable fruit.
If you are frightened of hard questions, consult a classmate who is an authority or an expert in a subject you have trouble in.

Get plenty of sleep and eat healthy food, since it will help youu brain as well as body.





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Indians can adapt to any situation

Indians know well how to make the most of any situation. Indians have really great ability to adapto demanding situations. The adjacent pictures show that.



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English In Competitive/Recruitment Tests

Be it a recruitment test for I.A.S, A.A.O, M.B.A, I.F.S, R.B.I, L.I.C, G.I.C, I.R.S, IPS, Indian Railway, Income Tax, Hotel Management, bank clerical, or bank P.O.; a candidate can not succeed without performing well in the English section of the recruitment test.
But, for most of non-English candidates taking up any sort of competitive exams, English seems to be a massive problematic zone, thanks to the discouraging experience most students go through in schools and colleges where they struggle with English texts that are thematically droning and monotonous as well as linguistically tricky.
Undoubtedly, the English language is full of ambiguities, particularly for foreign learners or non-English students. The ambiguities are one of the main reasons why English is seen as a difficult language. However, a practical, cogent and easy-to-understand approach can help a lot in eliminating the undue tension with which this language is approach by candidates in competitive exams or recruitment tests.

Thus, this section of exam notes has been compiled with candidates’ success in the English part of the recruitment tests in mind. We can assure you that this English section will provide you with a firm grasp of the English language and its usage, to perform in the tests correctly as well as effectively.
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G.K. in Recruitment Tests

The increasingly competitive recruitment process always follows the strenuous/challenging needs of the recruiting organizations, institutions or entities. For the recruitment of the right/perfect candidates for specific jobs, objective/multiple choice general knowledge questions or current awareness questions have become a vogue. 

While recruiting personnel or professionals fro the specific jobs/vacancies, the recruiting agency attach special importance to testing the aspirant’s G.K. or general awareness level, which implies to the candidate’s awareness of facts and information relating to diverse sphere of knowledge.

Be it a recruitment process for bank clerical, U.D.C, bank Probationary officer (P.O.), R.B.I, L.I.C, G.I.C, I.R.S, S.B.I P.O., I.A.S, A.A.O, M.B.A, I.F.S, police, Indian Railway, Income Tax (I.T.), Hotel Management or any assistant grade examination; a candidate or aspirant can’t succeed without performing well in the multiple choice G.K. part of the recruitment test. Hence, a candidate’s success depends much on his or her performance in the objective G.K. questions.


While compiling this section of the letmesay.in’s careers guide, candidates’ success in the increasingly tough recruitment process has been kept in mind. We can assure you that this G.K. section will do its best in making candidates/aspirants/students the masters in the field of general G.K. or general awareness. 
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Reasoning Plays Crucial Role In Recruitment Tests

Nowadays, success in any competitive examination, including recruitment tests for bank clerical, UDC, bank Probationary officer (P.O.), SBI P.O., RBI, LIC, GIC, SSC, NICL, RRB, IRS, AAO, MBA, IAS, IFS, Railways, police, income tax, hotel management or any assistant grade examination, depends much on the aspirant’s performance in the mental ability and reasoning part of the test. Hence, an intelligently comprehensive approach to master and perform well in the mental ability and reasoning part of the recruitment paper is must for any one who wants to crack the tough nut and get a desired job.

This section of the www.letmesay.in career guide has been designed to serve the purpose. It is unique in several aspects, including the following:
  1. It covers almost all types of questions asked in competitive exams.
  2. It offers a massive collection of doable/possible questions.
  3. Answers have been provided along with illustrated examples.

Aspirants’ success in the recruitment process has been kept in mind while compiling this section and we can assure you that this reasoning section will do its best in making candidates or aspirants or students the masters in the field of reasoning.  

  • Series,
  • Analogy,
  • Classification,
  • Analytical Reasoning,
  • Mirror Images,
  • Water Images,
  • Embedded Figures,
  • Completion of Incomplete Pattern,
  • Figure matrix,
  • Paper Folding,
  • Paper Cutting,
  • Rule Detection,
  • Grouping of Identical Figures,
  • Cubes & Dice,
  • Dot Situation.

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2/24/2018
Easy ways to beat exam stress

Starting preparations well before the exams or studying well before the exams is the best way to avoid exam stress. It will allow you to revise the syllabus and revision is more important than the first time study.

Focus on understanding the concepts rather than cramming or rote learning.

Visualize about the time after the exam. See in your mind's eye the happiness on your face when the nerve-racking period is over.

Continue reminding yourself that your hard work will produce positive results or desireable fruit.
If you are frightened of hard questions, consult a classmate who is an authority or an expert in a subject you have trouble in.

Get plenty of sleep and eat healthy food, since it will help youu brain as well as body.





2/17/2018
Indians can adapt to any situation
Indians know well how to make the most of any situation. Indians have really great ability to adapto demanding situations. The adjacent pictures show that.



2/25/2017
English In Competitive/Recruitment Tests
Be it a recruitment test for I.A.S, A.A.O, M.B.A, I.F.S, R.B.I, L.I.C, G.I.C, I.R.S, IPS, Indian Railway, Income Tax, Hotel Management, bank clerical, or bank P.O.; a candidate can not succeed without performing well in the English section of the recruitment test.
But, for most of non-English candidates taking up any sort of competitive exams, English seems to be a massive problematic zone, thanks to the discouraging experience most students go through in schools and colleges where they struggle with English texts that are thematically droning and monotonous as well as linguistically tricky.
Undoubtedly, the English language is full of ambiguities, particularly for foreign learners or non-English students. The ambiguities are one of the main reasons why English is seen as a difficult language. However, a practical, cogent and easy-to-understand approach can help a lot in eliminating the undue tension with which this language is approach by candidates in competitive exams or recruitment tests.

Thus, this section of exam notes has been compiled with candidates’ success in the English part of the recruitment tests in mind. We can assure you that this English section will provide you with a firm grasp of the English language and its usage, to perform in the tests correctly as well as effectively.
G.K. in Recruitment Tests
The increasingly competitive recruitment process always follows the strenuous/challenging needs of the recruiting organizations, institutions or entities. For the recruitment of the right/perfect candidates for specific jobs, objective/multiple choice general knowledge questions or current awareness questions have become a vogue. 

While recruiting personnel or professionals fro the specific jobs/vacancies, the recruiting agency attach special importance to testing the aspirant’s G.K. or general awareness level, which implies to the candidate’s awareness of facts and information relating to diverse sphere of knowledge.

Be it a recruitment process for bank clerical, U.D.C, bank Probationary officer (P.O.), R.B.I, L.I.C, G.I.C, I.R.S, S.B.I P.O., I.A.S, A.A.O, M.B.A, I.F.S, police, Indian Railway, Income Tax (I.T.), Hotel Management or any assistant grade examination; a candidate or aspirant can’t succeed without performing well in the multiple choice G.K. part of the recruitment test. Hence, a candidate’s success depends much on his or her performance in the objective G.K. questions.


While compiling this section of the letmesay.in’s careers guide, candidates’ success in the increasingly tough recruitment process has been kept in mind. We can assure you that this G.K. section will do its best in making candidates/aspirants/students the masters in the field of general G.K. or general awareness. 
Reasoning Plays Crucial Role In Recruitment Tests
Nowadays, success in any competitive examination, including recruitment tests for bank clerical, UDC, bank Probationary officer (P.O.), SBI P.O., RBI, LIC, GIC, SSC, NICL, RRB, IRS, AAO, MBA, IAS, IFS, Railways, police, income tax, hotel management or any assistant grade examination, depends much on the aspirant’s performance in the mental ability and reasoning part of the test. Hence, an intelligently comprehensive approach to master and perform well in the mental ability and reasoning part of the recruitment paper is must for any one who wants to crack the tough nut and get a desired job.

This section of the www.letmesay.in career guide has been designed to serve the purpose. It is unique in several aspects, including the following:
  1. It covers almost all types of questions asked in competitive exams.
  2. It offers a massive collection of doable/possible questions.
  3. Answers have been provided along with illustrated examples.

Aspirants’ success in the recruitment process has been kept in mind while compiling this section and we can assure you that this reasoning section will do its best in making candidates or aspirants or students the masters in the field of reasoning.  

  • Series,
  • Analogy,
  • Classification,
  • Analytical Reasoning,
  • Mirror Images,
  • Water Images,
  • Embedded Figures,
  • Completion of Incomplete Pattern,
  • Figure matrix,
  • Paper Folding,
  • Paper Cutting,
  • Rule Detection,
  • Grouping of Identical Figures,
  • Cubes & Dice,
  • Dot Situation.