SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam Pattern- Candidates who are willing to appear for SSC Stenographer exam after completing their (10+2) education need to have related skills first. Those who have an interest in stenography and have related skills may apply. No official notification regarding SSC Stenographer 2018 Examination has been released yet. Those of you, who are planning to take the examination this year must check Exam pattern for the same. Knowing the SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam Pattern will provide a direction to your preparation. The detailed SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern 2018 is given in the article below.
SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam Pattern
Referred to the scheme of examination, Exam pattern means the blueprint of the Examination question paper that are candidates gonna face. Candidates must know the examination pattern before appearing for the exam. SSC Stenographer exam will be conducted in two parts.
- Computer based examination.
- Skill test
Computer Based Examination
The computer-based examination will be conducted in three parts. Questions asked would be multiple choice questions. Except for Part III, questions will be in English and Hindi. There will also be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for the wrong answer.
Marking scheme for Computer-based examination:
|Part||Subject||Number of questions||Maximum marks|
|I||General Intelligence and Reasoning||50||50|
|III||English Language and Comprehension||100||100|
Candidates clearing Computer based examination would be eligible for Skill test. Minimum qualifying criteria would be set for the basis of clearing Computer based examination. Those who obtain the minimum qualifying marks can apply for the skill test. Skill test would be different for different grades. Candidates at the time of applying can select the grade they want to apply for. Candidates have to use “C” for Stenographer Grade C and “D” for Stenographer Grade D.
Skill Test Examination
Candidates will sit for a skill test wherein they will be given a dictation in English / Hindi at 100 wpm (for Grade C) and 80 wpm (for Grade D). The dictated matter will have to be typed on the computer. Transcription time will follow.