Candidates have to get indulged with their preparation as SEBI Grade A exam is around the corner. The motto of this exam is offering entry-level job designation such as Grade “A” Officers. If you have always wanted to be in this organization then this job post is supposed to bring many opportunities to you.
It is not only about post or SEBI Grade A Salary but you will be having several amazing perks and benefits once you are selected being a SEBI Grade A Officer such as a house cleaning allowances, staff furnishing schemes, briefcase, book grant, financial dailies, education allowance, eye refraction, medical expenses, leave fare concession and others.
However, before having these benefits, you need to clear this exam. After analyzing the SEBI Grade A Syllabus most students want to know what sections would be easier or tricky in the exam so that they could have some idea. Let’s understand it in a detailed manner –
Quantitative Aptitude –
This section could be easy as it revolves around simple calculation questions. These sorts of questions do also come in clerical level exams. Candidates probably find two data interpretation sets quite easy to do. If you are good at calculations and approximation then you may get it solved a total number of 40 questions within 35 minutes saving your time and efforts for the next section.
Go through the previous year’s questions to get a hint. Do not forget to work on the Venn Diagram, Time and Work Chapter to have a better understanding. A topic on which you need to pay more focus is Number Series, HCF and LCM, Profit and Loss, Time and Work & Pipe and Cistern, Inequalities, Permutation, Combination & Probability, Speed Distance and Time, Mensuration, Average, Ratio and Proportion and so on.
It could be a bit difficult for the candidate. Read the questions with patience in case you do not get it quickly. Few questions could be difficult while some could be quite easy. But if you are not able to solve them then you should jump to the next section. Do not forget to practice Round Table Example and Sitting Arrangement Example. Blood Relations may make you a bit confused and considered time taking too.
This section also carries puzzles and you may enjoy solving them if you practice them. The reasoning section also revolves around order and ranking, coding-decoding, inequalities, syllogisms, alpha-numeric-symbol series, data sufficiency, logical reasoning, etc. It could be said that this section could be a bit tricky if you do not spare enough time to practice it.
General Awareness –
If you are one of them who enjoys staying updated regarding the general awareness then this section is going to be your favorite one. Reading newspapers is the best way to stay updated as you will have a wide chunk of current happening related information daily. You may make your notes accordingly.
Do work on your core finance so that you do well in this section. A chartered accountant may find this section quite easy but it could be difficult for an MBA student. Apart from this, candidates also need to hold great knowledge on National Government Schemes, Financial Terms, Banking Terms, RBI Notifications, Annual Budget, Award, Sports, Book and Author, Science (Inventions and Discoveries), Countries and Capitals, etc. If you have a habit of collecting the latest information and knowledge then this section will be quite easier for you.
If you are good at English then you might not find it difficult. You should not give this section more than 25 minutes. This section carries fill in blank questions, grammar errors, comprehensive paragraph, sentence arrangement, active and passive voice, direct and indirect speech, idioms and phrases, column-based fillers and sentence connectors, opposite and similar word-oriented questions. Moreover, English is not a tricky language since it is getting common over time. Therefore, you do not need to worry even if you pay less time to prepare this section.
In The Last –
Hope it helped you to get the needed hint regarding the exam. Prepare your study pattern accordingly so that you can score more in your exam. We wish you the best of luck with your dream job.