National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to conduct the All India Sainik School Entrance Examination (AISSEE) 2022 today, January 09, 2022. The entrance exam will be held at selected centres across the country, through the OMR-based offline mode. Candidates will get a total of 180 minutes or 3 hours to attempt and complete the entire paper. With barely a few hours left for the exam, candidates must pay close attention to the exam-day instructions specified by NTA.
AISSEE 2022 Exam Timing
Recently, NTA issued a public notice on the official website aissee.nta.nic.in, providing important exam-day instructions for each candidate to follow. According to this notice, the AISSEE 2022 examination will be organised today, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. So, naturally, it is important for each candidate to report to his/her exam centre at least two hours prior for document verification and frisking process (if any). No candidate will be allowed inside the centre post 1:30 pm. So, it is better to reach the centre well-in advance for avoiding any last-minute chaos.
AISSEE 2022 What to Take to Exam Centre
Candidates appearing for the AISSEE 2022 examination are only to carry a limited list of things specified in the recently-issued official notice. Following is the list of items allowed inside the exam centre –
# Personal transparent water bottle.
# Personal hand sanitizer (50ml)
# Admit Card along with Self Declaration (Undertaking) downloaded from official website on an A4-sixzed paper and duly filled
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the surge in daily infections, all candidates must wear a mask at all times and sanitise their hands at frequent intervals. Moreover, apart from the enlisted items, no other item will be allowed inside the centre including study material, books, pencils, electronic gadgets, smartphones, etc.
AISSEE 2022 How to Fill OMR Sheet?
A small but important tip to score well in the AISSEE 2022 examination is to mark the right option in the OMR sheet with utmost care and attention. During the exam, a candidate must identify the right option and mark the same in the OMR sheet. Here are some important points to keep in mind while marking the right responses –
# Make sure to fill the circle beside the number corresponding to the question number. For example, while marking the option for Q.1., fill the circle next to no.1 in the answer sheet. Any mistake in this regard will affect the entire order of answers.
# Although there are time constraints, a candidate must fill each circle slowly to not let the ink spread outside the circle.
# Avoid writing anything with a pen or pencil on the answer sheet. All rough work needs to be done on the question paper or rough pages provided by NTA.
# Make sure to keep the OMR sheet neat and clean by avoiding unnecessary pencil or pen marks.