IN OR OUT: to Shape your English
Bank and SSC Exam Aspirants who are strong enough to crack Aptitude and reasoning sections, could not make their appearance on the selected candidates list because of the inability to score high marks in General English Section.
As many of the aspirants felt they were weak in English, we have planned to give more concentration in English section by conducting an English Grammar Test.
Introducing IN OR OUT:
IN OR OUT, an English grammar Test is conducted in 2 phases which are to improve the true capacity of the students and to help them to improve their English knowledge thereby increasing the confidence level of students towards English Sessions.
In this process, every candidate who is attending this test will receive consolidated vocabulary materials from Hindu editorial.
IN OR OUT: Phase I (45 min)
The Phase -I Exam of the “IN OR OUT” will test the Basic English Grammar knowledge of the students. Questions from the topics like Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Adverb, Adjective, Article, Preposition, Conjunction, and Vocabulary will be asked in this examination.
|Topic||No of Questions|
The student clearing Phase – I will be eligible to write Phase – II exam, which includes high-level Grammar and the topics covered in the Mains Examination with an individual sectional timing for each topic.
IN OR OUT: Phase II (120 min)
|Reading Comprehension||10 Qns||10 Qns|
|Cloze test||5 Qns||5 Qns|
|Spotting errors||10 Qns||10 Qns|
|Double fill ups,||5 Qns||5 Qns|
|Phrasal Replacement,||5 Qns||5 Qns|
|Sentence Improvement||5 Qns||5 Qns|
|Total||40 Qns||40 Qns|