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Tips to crack Central Police Forces (Assistant Commandants) Examination

Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) conducts the Assistant Commandant Exam every year to recruit the candidates for the post of Assistant Commandant in the Central Armed Police Forces like the CISF, CRPF, SSB, BSF and ITBP.

Prepare General Ability and Intelligence 

First of all, go through the syllabus of examination and prepare accordingly. Make sure that you prepare general ability and intelligence section for the Central Police Forces (Assistant Commandants) Examination. Focus on the logical reasoning, quantitative aptitude, data interpretation and numerical ability. Also try to solve questions from different categories including analogy, profit and loss, time and distance, graphs, mathematical tables, pi-charts.

Focus on Current affairs

If you want to crack this examination, make your current affairs section strong. Cover all topics related to sports, music, arts, science and aware about the latest happenings of India and around the world. Daily read newspaper and watch news on television.

Get Knowledge about General Science

Cover the topic about the daily application of science in our lives. Emphasize more on the latest developments in the field of science.

Emphasize on History

One must have knowledge regarding different eras of India. Read about different rulers, freedom movement, social and economic changes that aroused in India.

Focus on Geography

Try to focus on questions related to latitudes, longitudes, rivers, drainage, climate, Industry and agriculture. Solve several question papers, mock tests and last five years paper to clear the exam with good score.

Geography section would cover the geographical aspects related to India and the world be it global warming, climate change and many others.

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