Monday, February 29, 2016

LIC AAO: Pattern, Syllabus and Cut-off

Dear Readers,
The IBPS series are over now and just the Specialist Officer exam is remaining. A lot of you have cleared the PO Mains Exam and many of you might have been waiting for the Clerk Mains result. But friends, we hope that you still remember that the next process will again reject 2 out of 3 candidates. This article will help you predict your course of actions in future. If you are relaxing and thinking that you will definitely get selected then you might be mistaking because the competetion is fierce and if you give your opponent any chance then he/she won’t hesitate a bit to outrun you. That is what the competetion is all about.

You wouldn’t disagree with the fact that the number of candidates rejected are much higher than the number of candidates selected. And the most interesting fact is that approximately all the candidates have filled the form for LIC AAO as well. Now you can understand the level of competetion in LIC as well. This article will help you take a tour and get you well acquianted with all the aspects of LIC AAO. When any recruitment notification comes, the first thing we look for is the number of vacancies. So friends, the number of vacancies are sufficient and what you need is just 1 seat for yourself and let others fight for the rest. Click on the below image to have a look at the number of vacancies.

With 700 vacancies, we can say that one stand a good chance to get selected. Now the next question that arises in our mind is that what is the pattern and what are the subjects included. Friends, let me be clear with one thing that all the Insurance Sector Exams and Banking Sector Exams have more or less same syllabus. The only difference is the marking scheme and the distribution of questions. So friends, this simply means that you don’t have to do anything extra but to keep practicing. Below is the table depicting the pattern and the marking scheme of the exam.

Sl No.
No. Of Questions
Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude
General Knowledge/ Current Affairs
Computer Knowledge
*English Language Test with Special emphasis on Grammar, Vocabulary and Comprehension

Note: The minimum marks to be obtained in each Section and in the aggregate shall be decided by LIC. English Language test is of qualifying nature and the marks in English Language will not be counted for ranking.

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