Army Public School Exam Date 2020: Check Now

Army Public School Exam Date: Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) had released the notification to fill 8000 vacancies for PGT, TGT and PRT posts all over India.AWES is going to conduct Army TGT, PGT & PRT exam In the month of November 2020.  The APS Exam 2020 will be scheduled on 21 and 22 November 2020. The candidates after filling the application form for APS 2020 are looking forward to ‘How to prepare for the APS exam 2020?” or “What are the ways to begin their preparation for APS 2020?”

APS Recruitment 2020 Highlights:

Organization Name Army Welfare Education Society (AWES)
Examination Name Army Public School PGT/TGT/PRT
Total Number of Post 8000 Vacancies
Starting Date for Online Application 1st October 2020
Last Date for Online Application 20th October 2020 up to 5:00 pm
Date for Availability of Admit Card 4th November 2020 (Tentatively)
Examination Date 21st November 2020 – 22nd November 2020
Date for Announcement of Result 2nd December 2020 (Tentatively)
Job Location All Over India
Official Website www.aps-csb.in , www.wes.india.com

 

APS 2020 Selection Process:

The Selection Procedure of AWES 2020 Recruitment consists of three stages – Screening Exam, Interview and Evaluation of Teaching Skills & Computer Proficiency. The Screening Exam will be conducted online in the MCQ format. For details see the table below:

POST PAPER CONTENT MAXIMUM MARKS EXAM DURATION
PGT/TGT Part A General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Educational Concepts and Methodology, Inclusive Education, IT 90 180 Mins
  Part B Subject Specific 90
PRT Part A General Awareness, Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Educational Concepts and Methodology, Inclusive Education, IT 90 90 Mins

• Scores will be normalized to 100.
• There will be negative marking of 1/4thmarksfor each wrong answer.
• Part A and Part B will be available together and the candidates have freedom to answer questions in the order in which they prefer.
• To qualify for a post, the candidate must score minimum 50 % marks in each part.
• Those PGT/TGT candidates who fail in Part B but pass Part A may opt to take a score card for PRT.

Army Public School Syllabus 2020 For PRT/TGT/PGT Vacancy

Strategies and Tips for APS 2020 Exam:

1. Know The Exam Pattern and Syllabus in Detail

Before starting your preparations, make sure to go through the complete syllabus and note down the important topics that need your attention.Prepare yourself as per the exam pattern and focus on the subject which holds maximum marks and prepare short tricks to learn the topics quickly.
 

2. Follow A Proper Schedule For Study:

A proper time-table  is necessary to be focused on APS examination success, keep a proper time table for studying, revision, and relaxing as the all-time study will not be a good option for your health. Manage the time for every subject on the basis of their difficulty and weightage they cover in the exam.

3. Solving Previous Year Question Papers:

Solve at least last 5-year previous papers manually with a time-management just like the way you are sitting in the final exam. This would help you to learn the exam pattern of the exam and self-assessment can be done so that you can work on your weak topics of the syllabus. This would also help you to score more marks in the exam.

4. Practice Mock Tests

Mock tests are the best way to practice and improvise your performance. Take one mock test daily and then work on the topics that you are having difficulty with. Mock tests will help you in scoring good marks in the APS exam.
 

5. Work on Your Weaker Areas

Many aspirants tend to leave their weaker topics with the fear of never getting it right. Candidates must solve quizzes daily from the weaker topics. Your weaker areas must be focused and need more attention.
 

6. Time Management Is The Key

There might be no negative marking in the APS exams, but the questions must be attempted within the stipulated time. Candidates must manage their time according to their convenience and should not spend more than 2-3 minutes on one question. Attempt the easier questions first and then solve the difficult ones.

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