West Bengal Police Constable Prelims 2021 conducted by West Bengal Police Recruitment Board (WBPRB) is scheduled to take place just after two days, i.e September 26, 2021. As the date of the exam is nearing, candidates should make sure to tick off last-minute revising and preparations to mark their success in the exam.
The WB Police Constable Prelims exam is based on an agglomeration of varied topics including Politics, Science, Economics, Current Events, Inventions and Discoveries, Economics, History, Culture and Art, English, Arithmetic, Logical and Analytical Reasoning.
Candidates who are trying to get it all done in these last few days often have a tendency to take a lot on their plate all at once and create panic in the process. Our suggestion for last-minute preparation would be to not take up new topics and thoroughly revise already known topics. One of the most scoring sections in the examination is Geometry and Speed/Time. Candidates who are tied up in last-minute preparation with only a couple of days to spare should practice questions from this section as it would be beneficial since it is much easier and questions are way more common.
It is suggested that instead of focusing more on the mock-test in the last days of examination, candidates should focus more on revising the already read topics. Solving a mock-test at the last moment and getting a few answers wrong might create an unnecessary panic.
Candidates must also revise topics from Indian History, Botany, Indian Politics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Environment, Indian Economy and CA. Since the test is conducted by the West Bengal police board, candidates must also prepare the lessons involving Bengal History, Geography and Politics. Similarly, current affairs and static GK are equally important to revise.
Applicants appearing WB Police Constable Prelims 2021 should stop stressing over their weaknesses and focus on their strengths. Revision to the latter is the number one tip to crack the entrance with high scores since focussing on the former would only bring in stress and panic for the candidate. Keep track of news in every sector and keep oneself updated.
Lastly, practice rules of vocabulary, grammar, sentence structuring and correct use of language. Some topics to keep in mind from the arithmetic section are ratio and proportion, time and distance, linear equations, tables and graphs, profit and loss, polygons, decimals, fractions, percentage, square roots, time and work, trigonometry and identities. Practising reasoning questions from old test papers can also help understand the pattern of questions given.