EXAMINATION PROCEDURE


 
 

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  1. In each of the sections, every question is followed by 4 answer options. Choose the option that is most appropriate. Indicate your answer by clicking on the circle adjacent to the option you think is right.

  2. You can go to any question directly by clicking on the question number, which will appear at the bottom of the screen. The answered question number will be marked Green and the unanswered / skipped question number will remain in blue.

  3. If you are doubtful of the answer, you can mark a question for review using the ‘Mark for review button’. This will be unmarked once you come back to the same question at a later time and change the answer.

  4. If you want to change the answer of any question, you may select the question and change the answer by clicking on the appropriate answer.

  5. Each correct answer fetches 4 marks. There is negative marking. 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.

  6. If you have completed answering all the questions in the sequence of a particular section, you will be automatically directed to the first question of the next section.

  7. You can move between sections at your will.

  8. The test closes automatically once the allotted time of 120 Minutes are over.

  9. In case you finish your test before allotted time, you will get a confirmation page which will give you two options. Either to go back to the test or to complete the test.

  10. In case you want to review the answers in the remaining time you can do so, else you may complete the test and submit. Ensure that you click on submit as a sign of completion.

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  1. A candidate should write his/her roll number as assigned in his/her admit card and sign in the space provided in the question booklet and answer sheet. He/she should in no case write anywhere else in the answer sheet his/her own name, roll number or anything else that is not strictly related with the answers to the questions given. Writing of any such thing a serious offence. The answer sheet without the candidate’s roll number clearly written in the space provided will not be examined.

  2. There will be multiple choice questions. The number of questions will be sixty (60) per each hour of examination. Each question shall have four probable answers with only one is correct answer; and the examinee shall have to blacken only the correct circle with HB pencil or black / blue ballpoint pen. Each correct answer shall carry four marks whereas each incorrect answer will lead to deduction of one mark. Each unanswered question will carry zero mark. If more than one circle is darkened for one question, it will be treated as an incorrect answer and one mark will be deducted.

  3. Wrong / Correct ways of Marking: Each question is followed by answers, which have numbers A B C and D. Select the correct answer. Then by using HB pencil or black / blue ball pen darken the circle bearing the correct answer in the answer sheet against the corresponding number of the question

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