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July 02, 2015

UIIC Assistants Study Plan and Topics to Prepare

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Hi friends, I am Aparna Sharma. I am working as an Assistant in UIIC for last 1 month. As you know, the UIIC has released a new notification for the recruitment of Assistants, here I am sharing important topics to prepare and my preparation strategy which helped me to get into UIIC. This post is dedicated to all Aspirants who want to appear for it. Happy Reading :)
The written exam is on 30th August (less time, work  hard for it)

[Mine was on 4th Jan 2015. You can read about paper pattern in advertisement].

I would suggest u material for it:-
  • Computer : Read all BASIC Stuff (Input / Output Devices, All Short-Keys of MS Office and Common Stuff which is available on net) 
  • for General Knowledge : You should have the basic knowledge on Last 6 Month's Current Affairs. If it is not possible, then better go for Last 3 Month's Current Affairs (Cumpulsory).  
    • Apart from these you should get good knowledge on the topics like, 
      • Countries and Currencies, 
      • Countries and Capitals
      • Important Days
      • Headquarters, 
      • Geography related factual questions (Hydro Electric Power, Bird Sanctuaries and Rivers etc) 
      • Basics of Insurance (Insurance related stuff like "Who regulate Insurance Sector" etc) and 
      • Sport Related questions 
  • English : English will be of Normal Level (Max 12th Class) 
    • If u are good at English, then no need to prepare for it and if not, then also no need to be tensed....  you should only learn about basic English grammar rules.
    • 10- reading comprehension
    • 5- sentence rearrangement
    • 5 -10 sentence omission, correction
    • 10 - cloze test
    • 5 - Syllogism (Easy)
    • 5 - Coding & Decoding 
    • 5 - Blood Relations 
    • 5 - Inequality
    • 5 - Seating Arrangement
    • 5 - Linear Arrangement 
  • 'MATHS':
    • 10 - 15 Questions from Simplifications 
    • 5 - DI
Suggestion :
The only suggestion I will give to you is, Practice as much as you can and try to solve atleast 10 papers before the real exam, so that you will get a clear idea on time management in the real exam.
I followed this strategy & my attempts were 177 (with 95% accuracy)

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