HSSC Clerk exam 2019 begins tomorrow

PUBLISH DATE 20th September 2019

The Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) will conduct the recruitment examination for 4,858 Group C Clerk vacancies. The HSSC Clerk 2019 examination will be held on September 21, 22, and 23 in two shifts.

Since only a few days are left for the examinations, many candidates must be feeling a little nervous. Here are some of the important topics and preparation tips that may boost your performance in the examination.

The selection of Haryana Clerk (Group C) will be based on:

  1. Total Marks - 100
  2. Written Exam - 90 marks
  3. Socio-Economic Criteria & Experience - 10 marks

HSSC Clerk Written Exam: Important topics and marking scheme

The HSSC Clerk written examination will comprise of 90 multiple choice questions of 90 minutes duration. Each question will carry equal marks. The HSSC Clerk written question paper will be divided into two parts comprising:

Part 1 - 75% weightage
Important topics

  1. General Awareness
  2. Reasoning
  3. Maths
  4. Science
  5. Computer
  6. English
  7. Hindi
  8. Concerned/relevant subject (as applicable)

Part 2 - 25% weightage
Important topics

  1. History of Haryana
  2. Current Affairs of Haryana
  3. Literature of Haryana
  4. Geography of Haryana
  5. Civics of Haryana
  6. Environment of Haryana
  7. Culture of Haryana

HSSC Clerk exam last minute preparation tips

It's time for revision: Only a few days are left for the HSSC Clerk exam. The candidates should use this time to revise all the important topics they have studies so far. Keep revising all the facts, figures and definitions you have studied so far. Do not try to read any new topics as it may confuse you.

Practice mock tests: Practice mock tests and previous years' question paper daily to boosts your speed and improve your time management skill during the exam. These mock tests will also help you know the areas where you need improvement and your strong topics.

Relax before exam: It is common to have anxiety during exam period, try to maintain your calm and stay out of stress. Keep yourself relaxed and think positive about the exam. If you have prepared well, you are eventually going to score good in the exam.

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