LIC Assistant Administrative Officer Exam Pattern
After the IBPS PO, Clerk and SO exams, you must have already started preparing for LIC AAO exams. Offering a lucrative salary package, this job has always been one of the top choices of aspirants.
But, if you haven’t started your preparations yet, no need to worry as we are providing an efficient strategy that can help you crack the LIC AAO exam with a thorough preparation within a week’s time.
Altogether, there will be five sections in the exam and total 160 questions. The table below gives you a complete idea about the LIC Assistant Administrative officer exam pattern:
|S. No.||Questions||Number of Questions||Marks|
|1||Reasoning Ability Test||30||90|
|2||Quantitative Aptitude Test||30||90|
|3||General Knowledge, Current Affairs Test||30||60|
|4||Computer Knowledge Test||30||60|
|5||English Language Test with Special emphasis on Grammar, Vocabulary and Comprehension||40||Qualifying|
Let’s talk about each section separately…
Syllabus: History of Computer Development, Types of Computer, MS Office, Windows, Computer Software and Hardware, Shortcut keys, Networking, Internet Etc.
Tips: This section is really easy to score good marks in very less time because syllabus of this section is limited. From 30 questions you can easily score 25-26 marks.
Syllabus: Important Days, Current affairs (National & International), Financial / Economic News, Books and Authors, Awards and Honors, General Terms of Banking and Insurance, General Science – Inventions and Discoveries, International and National Organizations, their heads, Sports news, Budget, Five Year Plans, Summits, Census, Government Schemes and Ministers, Countries and Capitals, Abbreviations
Tips: To prepare current affairs and GK, it is sufficient to read monthly current affairs. You may get it on our website here
Syllabus: Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms and Phrases, Rearrangement of Sentence / Paragraph, Fill in The Blanks, Cloze Test, Comprehension passage, One Word Substitution, Verb, Subject verb Agreement, Articles, Adverb, Error Correction, Tenses, Vocabulary.
Tips: This section is essential only for qualifying purpose as no marks are allotted for this section. So, you only need to clear the cutoff. If you English is good enough to clear the cutoff then no need to worry else you will have to dedicate some time for this section as well.
Syllabus: Number System, HCF & LCM, Fractions and Decimals, Simplification, Problem on Ages, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Time and work, Ratio and Proportion, Average, Simple and Compound Interest, Mensuration, Alligation and Mixtures, Time and Distance, Data Interpretation etc.
Tips: To master this section, all you need to do is “practice”. Pick one topic at a time, study and learn the basic formulas in it and start solving as many questions as you can. Choose from a variety of questions and keep on practicing until you master them all.
Syllabus: Alphabetical and miscellaneous Series, Coding Decoding, Analogy, Direction, Decision Making, Blood relations, Cubes and dice, Series, Arithmetical Reasoning, Blood Relations, Clock and Calendars, Order & ranking, Seating arrangement.
Tips: This is the toughest part of the exam. Scoring good marks in this section is quite difficult in the limited time given. So, the trick is to skip the difficult puzzles and focus on miscellaneous questions like blood relations and syllogs that can fetch you more marks in just few minutes. Please don’t waste your time on solving puzzles as you may even risk scoring the required marks.
Here, we are providing an estimated time-division strategy that you may follow to answer the questions so as to complete your paper in time scoring a good marks in written.
|Section||Time allotted||Order to attempt|
|Computer Awareness||12-15 mins||1|
|General Awareness||12-15 mins||2|
|Quantitative Aptitude||35 mins||3|
|Reasoning Ability||35 mins||4|
|English language||20-25 mins||5|
Also, we are providing some sample papers for you to practice and get a good score. Do share your views and suggestions with us…!
Question Papers for LIC Assistant Administrative officer ( AAO)
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