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SSC JE 2021 Exam: Checklist of Documents and Last-Minute Exam Tips

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Mar 20, 2021

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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recently released admit cards for the SSC JE Tier-I 2021 exam which is scheduled to be conducted from March 22 to 24, 2021. Here is a checklist of documents that are required and a few exam tips for the candidates who are going to attend the exam.

The Staff Selection Commission released the SSC JE 2021 Admit Cards from March 12, 2021. The candidates must download and carry their Admit Card to the examination hall as it is one of the crucial documents required to attend the exam. The SSC JE 2021 Tier-I Admit Card can be downloaded from the respective regional website of SSC.

SSC JE 2021 Exam: Required Documents

Candidates going for the SSC JE 2021 Tier-I Exam should read the instructions written on the admit card thoroughly and must carry the following essential documents to the exam.

  • Admit Card
  • Photo ID Card (Original)
  • Covid-19 Self Declaration Form
  • Two Passport-sized Colour Photographs

Failing to bring any of the above-mentioned documents can result in the cancellation of candidature from the examination. Not necessarily, but it is also advised to bring 2 copies of admit cards for the exam.
 

SSC JE 2021 Exam: Last-Minute Tips

Candidates should keep in mind the following points while going for the SSC JE Examination:

Revise most probable topics

Sometimes last-minute preparations can do a lucky favour. Therefore, it is advised to have a look at the most important and most probable topics based on previous year questions. Just have a brief look at the topics. Who knows maybe there can be questions from the topics you are reading right now.

Reach early

The candidates are advised to reach the exam centres 30 minutes to 1 hour before the reporting time to avoid any kind of hassle. Maybe your exam centre is located in a traffic-rich area, or maybe there can be some issues with your vehicle itself. Therefore, it is always clever to reach the exam centres before the reporting time.

Practice Covid-19 Guidelines

The Covid-19 cases are again booming in the metro cities. Therefore, one must also take care of the Covid-19 guidelines issued by the Government of India. Candidates should obey the following for their own safety:

  • Follow social distancing rules.
  • Cover your mouth and nostrils with a facemask.
  • Do not touch unwanted surfaces.
  • Keep a pocket sanitiser bottle and use it wherever required.

Stay Calm

Whether the paper is easy or hard, keep yourself calm. Do not worry if you don’t know the answers to the difficult questions. Leave them as they may result in negative markings and go against your merit. If the paper is hard, then it would be hard for everyone. There is nothing to be nervous about it. Always try to answer all the answers you know and do your best.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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