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What to Study for WBSEDCL Office Executive 2017


Hello and welcome to exampunditou all have been asking for a study plan for WBSEDCL Office Executive 2017. So here is an article on What to Study for WBSEDCL Office Executive 2017 Written Exam.


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English Grammar & Comprehension:

English is not expected to be very tough. However, you should expect good quality Grammar questions. Error Correction, Synonyms & Antonyms and Analogies are important. You have to practice a lot of Prepositions, Idioms & Proverbs and other basic Grammar questions.

The Comprehension part is expected to be from basic stories. Unlike Bank Exams, WBSEDCL Office Executive does not have high difficulty level in Comprehension.

Those who are accustomed with Banking Exams, prepare it like IBPS Clerk Comprehensions.


Things to look out for in English:
  • Grammar
  • Idioms & Proverbs
  • Analogy (eg. Snake : Scale :: Tree : Bark)


Quantitative Aptitude: 

Quantitative Aptitude, according to last year's "successful" candidate(s) was not so tough. It was moderate level. Hence, it is recommended to prepare the quantitative aptitude section similar to IBPS Clerk. Chapters like Profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Time & Work and Average are the most important. The exam is NOT online. So, it might be time-consuming for quite a lot of aspirants. So it is highly recommended to focus on the time management sector.


Things to look out for in Quantitative Aptitude:
  • Profit & Loss
  • Average
  • Time & Work
  • Interest
  • Age Related Problems
  • Trigonometry or Geometry based problems



Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency & Data Analysis:


The WBSEDCL Office Executive Exam have a separate section totally based on DI, DA and DS. The DIs are usually moderate level and they are usually based on Table, Pie, Bar and Graph. There were NO MISSING DATA PROBLEMS in the past and we expect the same for the upcoming as well.

On the other side, Data Sufficiency will have moderate questions and can take a lot time if you have not practiced. So practice a lot.

Textual Data Interpretation? Yes. That is Data Analysis. They do appear in the exam and have been on the moderate side.

Things to look out for in Data Interpretation, Sufficiency and Analysis:
  • Table DI
  • Pie Chart DI
  • Data Analysis
  • Moderate Data Sufficiency based on P&L, Ratios


Reasoning: 

Reasoning Questions have always been moderate due to the Shape Based Problems. So it is advised to practice reasoning from the SSC CHSL/CGL Question Papers. Blood Relations, Statement & Conclusions, Seating Arrangements, Shape Based Problems and Analogies are mainly important.

Don't over study reasoning neither take it lightly. Just focus on the moderate problems which usually appears in Postal, SSC CHSL and CGL Exams. However, don't go after the HARD SSC CGL Problems as it will not help you in anyway.

Things to look out for in Reasoning:
  • Syllogisms
  • Analogies
  • Shape Based Problems
  • Blood Relations
  • Seating Arrangements


Computer Awareness (MS Office):

The computer awareness test will only have question from MS Office. Till last year(2016), there were no question from MS Office 2013. You need to focus and study MS Office 2003/2007. The Excel Short-cuts, Tabs, Names and Various actions are the most important. On the other hand, MS Word and MS PowerPoint are equally important.

No need to study in-depth of "MS OneNote". "MS Access", "MS InfoPath", "MS Lync" and "MS Outlook".

From the above topics study their feature and function(if applicable).

Things to look out for in Computer (MS Office):
  • Short-Cuts
  • MS Word
  • MS Excel
  • MS Powerpoint
  • Different Terms in MS Office

Click here to view the MS Office Quizzes




General Awareness:

We have already given General Awareness Study Plan for WBSEDCL.

Click below link to view the plan:


We have suggested a list of which topics to focus according to their Importance:
  1. Reasoning
  2. General Awareness
  3. Data Interpretation, Analysis & Sufficiency
  4. Quantitative Aptitude
  5. English Grammar & Comprehension
  6. Computer Awareness (MS Office)


Study Smart & Be Focused. May The Force Be With You.





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