Previous year papers play an important role in the preparation of all government exams .
Candidates preparing for any government job, be it CAPF, Bank, RRB, SSC, Insurance or any other exam can refer to previous year question papers with answers provided by StudySolver.
Preparation of any exam is a work half done if previous year question papers of related exams are not referred. Previous year papers play an important role in the preparation of all government exams .
Referring to previous year papers help in rigorous preparation and prepares candidates for the kind of challenges that the actual exam might throw up.
No amount of study can help candidates understand the exam pattern, question paper format and the important topics unless they call attention to previous year question papers.
Attempting previous year question papers of government exams will help candidates in multiple ways, such as:
Many times, aspirants seek for previous year papers before the exam but fail in their search. To help candidates focus on their preparation and avoid wastage of time, StudySolver has collated previous year question papers with solutions for all the exams.
The previous year paper given for different exams comprises questions from the four major sections of all competitive exams, i.e. Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness and Verbal Ability.
Therefore, candidates who have passed 12th standard and are preparing for any competitive exam or government jobs can also refer to these papers as model question papers for their exams.
Previous Year Question papers given below comprises memory-based year-wise papers for the year 2019, 2018 and 2017. Scroll down to check previous year papers for major government exams.
Bank exams are often considered in high regard for aspirants who wish to step into the banking domain. It is an increasingly popular choice of employment for fresh graduates and experienced professionals in India.
To help candidates prepare for various bank exams and get an idea of the scope of questions in the exam, we have IBPS question paper, SBI previous year question paper, RBI question papers, and RRB previous year question paper.
IBPS RRB previous year question papers consist of year-wise papers for IBPS RRB Office Assistant, IBPS RRB Officer scale-I, IBPS RRB Officer scale-II, and IBPS RRB Officer scale-III.
RRB Exams is a highly competitive annual exam to conduct recruitment for NTPC, ALP and JE posts. To check for the upcoming RRB exams 2020-21, check the linked article.
Below mentioned is the list of previous year papers for various RRB Exams.
SSC Exams are conducted to recruit eligible candidates for various posts in ministries, departments and organisations of the Government of India.
Staff Selection Commission conducts recruitments for various SSC Exams such as the SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC JE, SSC GD, SSC MTS, SSC Stenographer and SSC CPO. The competition for these SSC exams is fierce; therefore, candidates should check previous year papers for the same to get an idea of the actual exam.
SSC exam memory-based question papers available are:
Insurance exams are conducted at regular intervals for various posts in the insurance sector in India and candidates across the country wait for the recruitment to be performed each year.
For detailed information on various Insurance exams conducted annually, check the article linked here.
The insurance exam covers previous year papers for various LIC exams and NIACL Exams.
The Central Armed Police Force exam recruits Group A and Group B officers in the seven security forces of India. UPSC is the body that conducts CAPF exams to recruit officers in CISF, CRPF, Assam Rifle, ITBP, SSB, and BSF security forces.
Candidates can check the detailed information on CAPF exams in the linked article.
The CAPF question paper for CAPF exam will consist of memory-based year wise question papers for three years, i.e. 2017-2019.
Candidates are advised to keep a regular check on this page for the latest previous year question paper for various exams.
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