Tamil Nadu Teacher Recruitment Board (TN TRB) launched a notification revealing the exam date for the 2019 Grade I (PG Cadre) Computer Instructor for Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Educational Service. The computer-primarily based exam may be carried out on June 23rd, 2019.
The TRB had released the notification for the recruitment in March of 2019, and the utility procedure changed into performed from March 20th to April 10th, 2019. The recruitment power is being carried out to fill 814 vacancies.
The initial examination may be a laptop-based exam, and the notification for the examination can be accessed in this hyperlink. The candidates must go through a computer-based examination of a hundred and fifty marks together with one hundred fifty questions and fhree hours’ duration.
The examination will consist of questions from Computers Science (one hundred thirty questions), General Knowledge (10 questions), and Education Psychology (10 questions). The admit card for the examination is predicted to be released in the second week of June 2019.
The applicants can access the authentic notification in this link, which has extra records on eligibility, qualification, exam pattern, reservation coverage, application method, among others.
I’m sure we can all remember taking a stressful exam sometime in our lives. While the majority of exams we take are when we are school-age, they do not stop at this time in our lives. There can be exams for work qualifications, night classes and of course, not forgetting the driving test – with its written and practical exams.
It is only natural that most of us feel at least a little stress when sitting on any examination. After all, this adrenaline rush keeps us alert while we are outside our comfort zone and can spur us into having the will-power to pass the exam. While good, too much stress can oave the opposite effect, leading to extreme stress, andunclear thoughts and can result in us failing the exam and making ourselves ill in the process.
With any exam, this stress is not merely confined to the time we spend in the exam room, waiting to turn over the exam paper and get started. Extreme stress can be with us before the exam, being present days or even weeks before the actual exam. It goes without saying that another time for this stress is during the exam itself and after the exam has finished – especially if we continuously evaluate and worry about how we have performed afterward.
In light of this, I will provide some techniques to help reduce this stress in the time before, during, and after the exam.
BEFORE THE EXAM
MAKE SURE TO REVISE PROPERLY AND DO THIS WELL IN ADVANCE OF THE EXAM – There is nothing more stressful than walking into an exam room and knowing that we have not revised properly. From experience, I know only the stress this can cause, especially at the last minute. Revising properly, having a plan/timetable for our revision, and making sure to start this day, even weeks, in advance, can mean that we walk into the exam room feeling that we have done everything we possibly can and have increased confidence.
GET A GOOD NIGHT SLEEP THE NIGHT BEFORE THE EXAM – This also links to the amount of revision we have put-in in the previous days. Cramming information in the night before -due to a lack of revision or last-minute panic- will most likely cause us to be tired during the actual exam, liming our potential, but also leading to increased stress. Saying ‘enough is enough’ and getting a good night’s sleep is one of the best things we can do to reach our full potential during the exam.