Study Kit For Govt Job Interviews

SSC-CGL INTERVIEW: How to prepare to get 60+ marks?

Dear aspirants,

Congratulations to all those who cleared written exam and qualified for interview/personality test. This test will be of 100 marks.

Cutoff for the SSC CGL 2013 interview call is very high. It may be because of the more time was available to the students for preparation due to cancelled exam.

10 points to score 60+ marks in SSC CGL interview
(As discussed by Sanjeev Kabeer sir in his class at Career Quest Institute)

1) Now everyone is getting ready to fight for 100 marks. Clear target is getting 60+ marks in this personality test. If you are able to get 60-65 marks in interview, your chances of final selections are bright.

2) Minimum 25 marks required to qualify for interview post. Many candidates get low score because of lack of preparation or wrong preparation at this stage.

3) Interview needs special attention by student and teacher. Approach for written exam and interview is totally different. Your teacher should understand this. A dedicated faculty or specialised coaching for interview, like Career Quest, can understand this difference.

4) So choosing right coaching is very crucial in interview preparation. Need of a good coach is always there. Even player like Sachin Tendulkar also took advice of coach to improve his performance. Every professional do this thing. You should follow this path.

5) Reading a newspaper thoroughly is must for good score.

6) Regular mock interviews with friends, teacher  are required for good practice.

7) Refer govt websites to update your knowledge.

8) Brush up your graduation subjects for better marks. 

9) Read good book on body language and polish your personality to get 60+ marks in SSC interviews. Joining a coaching is also good option because books are mainly targeted for private job interviews. You may find any special study material for govt job interviews.

10) Be confident, Polite and Positive during your interview process to get excellent marks in interview.

Best wishes!

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