How to Prepare for DMRC

DMRC stands for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. DMRC exams are held for recruiting people to the various vacant positions in DMRC. These exams are held annually and recruitment is done on the basis of vacancies. Recruitment for various posts such as Station controller/ Train operator, CRA, Junior engineers.

Exam Preparation Tips for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation

Tip #1
Since the minimum education qualification required for a DMRC job is graduation, one must be thorough with the subjects taught in their respective course. One may be a B.A, B.Sc.,, B.Com for applying for a DMRC job.

Tip #2
These exams may not be as tough as the other competitive exams but it certainly requires a deep knowledge of the graduate level topics so one must make sure that he/she may revise them over and over again.

Tip #3
Candidates must concentrate on the general awareness. They must follow a national newspaper in order to keep them updated about the happenings of the world because general awareness plays a very important part of the exam.

Tip #4
The DMRC exam consists of 2 exams which are held on the same day itself. So the candidates must keep it in mind that stress should not take over them. It is a general tendency of the students to panic when two exams are on the same day and that too one after the other so the candidates must calm down and should not take much stress.

Tip #5
In order to come out successful in this exam, one should look up the DMRC exam paper of the previous years and practice them. This will give the candidates a fair idea of how the exam is set.

Tip #6
Candidates should be very well updated with the pattern of the paper. This will help them in learning and revising the topics in a planned manner. Topics like logical reasoning; quantitative aptitude can be mastered only with a lot of practice. So students should take up good books and practice them on a regular basis.

Tip #7
Both the papers shall be of 1.5 hours each. So it is important for the candidates to learn the technique of Time Management. All the questions should be attempted in time and this can only be achieved with a lot of practice.

Tip #8
Candidates should keep in mind that while preparing they should cover each topic in great detail and should try and complete the course a month before so that there is much time for revision.

Tip #9
One must focus on the multiple choice questions because they form an integral part of the DMRC exam and they appear to be easy but are actually not that easy. They need a lot of practice.

Tip #10
Candidates should keep in mind that a proper plan of revision should be followed which suits the brain type of an individual and stick to it.

Last Updated on : January 19, 2016

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