The Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC) will be conducting the written examination for Forest service (Combined) 2021 tomorrow, i.e. December 05, 2021. A total of 178 vacancies are going to be filled for the post of Assistant Conservator of Forest (ACF) and Forest Ranger. Candidates who are yet to download the admit cards must do so at the earliest from the official website psc.cg.gov.in.
With the remaining time left, it is important that aspirants do their best to prepare and revise whatever they have studied so far. Before that, let’s take a final look at the syllabus and exam pattern of the CGPSC Forest Ranger/ACF 2021 exam.
There will be two papers in the exam. The first paper or Paper 1 will be on General Studies, Language, Mental Ability, Analytical and Logical Ability. The language portion will have Hindi, English and Chhattisgarhi. Similarly, Paper 2 will cover three topics namely Science, Technology and Environmental Studies. A total of 300 questions will be asked from both papers combined.
Candidates have to appear for the written CGPSC Forest Ranger/ACF 2021 exam in the offline mode. As mentioned already, there will be two papers in the exam. Both the papers will have a total of 150 questions for 300 marks. A duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes will be given for each paper. The total marks for the written examination is 600. The detailed syllabus of the examination is also available on the official website.
The examination pattern and syllabus for CGPSC Forest Ranger/ACF 2021 examination are quite similar to most of the competitive examinations. However, with less than 01 day left for the examination, it is extremely important that candidates revise whatever they have studied repeatedly. In addition to that, here are some last-minute tips that one can follow.
#1. Revise the weaker sections of the syllabus in which the candidates usually face difficulty. Do not go for a heavy revision strategy now as this may bring in undue stress.
#2. If there are any formulas and tricks from Paper 1, then go through them. This might come in handy during the examination and candidates can find it easier to solve the questions.
#3. Relax and loosen up a bit. If one does not feel like studying, then they can go for a walk or do some cycling. In short, they must keep their mind calm at this moment.