English language for NRA CET 2021: How to prepare English for NRA CET Exam
How to prepare English for NRA CET : Because even now a days SSC CGL is following IBPS English level ,Keep in mind that the English level of NRA CET exam will not be very easy, which is considered as hard to moderate. Furthermore, it is news that the NRA CET scorecard will also be valid for the private sector, which is why the NRA will try to maintain the level of questions keeping everything in mind.
Therefore, we suggest that in order to score very good marks in English of NRA CET, one should read The Hindu’s editorial on daily basis. It is better that you follow the English hotspot as it has good quality questions and answers based on the editorial as well as The Hindu editorial.
In competitive examination, English is divided into 4 parts which are as follows:
- reading comprehension
- Verbal ability
All these sections can be dealt with by following the English Hotspot Monthly eBook (PDF) published by NRACET Job.
Let us discuss in detail about How to prepare English for NRA CET :
Master strategy for the preparation of English for NRA CET (General Eligibility Test) 2021:
1. A strong understanding of Grammar-
Most of the questions like fill, errors are based on grammatical part. Therefore, the grammatical part is not only important for the NRE CET, but also an over-all score booster for the MAINS of the related exam. EK published “PDF of the monthly compilation of Hindu editorials with RC, clause test, vicab, error detection, para jumbles and other grammar questions” with detailed solutions. You should follow this regularly. Make it a study ritual and watch miracles. This is a panacea which will give you a high score in English.
2. How to deal with RC (Reading Comprehension) –
Most students struggle with RC. In order to deal with RC in minimum time, one must focus enough to understand the plot / story in one go. If the concentration breaks down in the middle, the whole RC has to be re-read, which in itself is very time consuming. To get RC in a single reading, one must have a habit of reading. Without the habit of reading, RC can seem a tedious task. Also, questions should always be covered before reading the entire RC. Once you go through the questions, you already know what is being asked and the chances of reading the RC over and over again are reduced.
I highly recommend you a monthly compilation of Hindu editorials with RC, clause test, vicab, error detection, para jumbles and other grammar questions to deal with reading comprehension. You should follow this regularly. Make it a study ritual and watch miracles.
Super important tip – again, the NRACET hotspot
It is a one-stop solution to all the problems you face in English.
How to try a close test
The close test is the section where the grammatical and vocabulary based skills of the aspirant are examined. Sometimes, only Vocab based questions are asked while sometimes the same word is given with different forms of different propositions and verbs, from which the aspirant has to choose the correct option. If you prepare well for the grammar part and the vocab part, the clause test will be an easy nut to crack. I again recommend you “English Hotspot” to have a good hold on the new pattern close test asked in the recently conducted examinations. You should follow this regularly. It is a panacea medicine which will give you a very high score in English.
Again, follow the NRACET hotspot
You will have to practice similar new pattern clause tests through the English hotspot
A good knowledge of terminology –
The vocabulary score is the second most important and easiest part to score. One should be well versed in this part.
Mostly, Vocab based questions are asked in RC; Synonyms or ntonium of a certain word. Sometimes, a personal question (set of 4/5) based on Vocab is also asked. To increase the knowledge of vocabulary, one
Must mention famous books. The most recommended method would be the English hotspot.
How to deal with Para Jumble –
5-6 short statements are always given
To arrange them in a particular order so that it And the examiner expects you
What makes a paragraph worthwhile. Always read the statements one by one
One, with clear understanding.
Statement that sounds introductory
You mean a statement that introduces something, it is a government scheme / a
The story or whatever, that statement will be the first statement.
Statement that concludes
This is the climax / completion / outcome of something being talked about
The paragraph will be the last statement of the paragraph.
Now come to the remaining statements, one
Must have knowledge of noun / pronoun / proposition to organize them
Remember, the order of your statements
The progress of an activity must be shown. Then the order will be intro
The most recommended method would be the English hotspot. In English hotspots, you have to practice para-jumbles based on recent editorials in Hindi and the best thing is that they have provided excellent explanations for each and every question focusing on building your concept.
How to deal with descriptive in Mains exam-
Descriptive test, if well prepared
As the time limit is a must
Quite decent typing to complete the test and check the answers given
One of the serious mistakes of students
Question is not to be marked. As given options, of which you
One has to choose.
Grammar mistakes affect the whole
Application / essay negative. Must have good grammar knowledge to avoid
You do not necessarily have to use extraordinary
Vocabulary, even if you have a decent knowledge of vocabulary, you can score well.
The essay / application examiner must be clear enough that you have