The BSF is the Indian nation’s primary border security force, as well as one of the country’s five Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). Every year, the Border Security Force holds exams to fill vacancies for Constable, Sub Inspector, and Assistant Sub Inspector positions.
Applicants who want to work as a BSF Constable (Tradesman) must go through the following selection process.
- PET/ PST Test
- Trade Test
- Written Examination
- Medical Test
- Documents Verification.
The BSF Constable Exam is not very easy to crack and only those candidates having a dedicated mindset and top-notch preparation make it through the final merit list.
On that note, let’s discuss a few important section-wise preparation strategies and tips to help you ace the upcoming BSF Constable exam.
Applicants have to focus on topics such as Quadratic Equations, Trigonometry, Sequence & Series, Matrices & Determinants, Integrals & Differential Equations, Real Numbers, Linear Inequalities, Binomial Expansion, Polynomials, Statistics and more.
Math is a subject that is difficult for anyone to grasp if they wish to understand each concept. To prepare for each topic you should go through the theory, solve examples and practice enough on each topic.
Attempt to solve as many questions yourself as possible. Candidates might ask for assistance from mentors and friends if they are experiencing difficulty solving their questions.
Candidates should study topics such as Oscillations and Waves, Sound, Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Magnetic Effects Of Current And Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents, Optics, Physical World And Measurement, Components of Vectors, Kinematics, Dual Nature Of Matter And Radiation, and so on in the Physics.
It’s one of the abstract subjects. Candidates must read this subject on a daily basis if they wish to properly prepare for it.
You can also make daily notes and keep them close by so you can read them while doing other things. You can use this method to refresh your memory on each concept.
Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers, Acids, Bases, and Salts, Chemical Equations, Metals and Non-Metals, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, States of Matter: Gases and Liquids, and Electrochemistry are just a few of the topics covered in the preparation of chemistry section.
It is preferable to take notes on each topic, which should contain chemical reactions, mechanisms, and various chemical compounds.
Prepare a specific time schedule for all topics, and candidates should begin by learning the topics that appear difficult to them.
This section is simple to prepare if candidates have good memory and speed. Candidates can revise each topic to continue their preparation, so keep this in mind at all times.
General Knowledge and English
For this portion, candidates will prepare topics such as Current Affairs, History, Geography, and General Science, Verbs, Tenses, Types Of Sentences, Comprehension Paragraph, Antonyms And Synonyms, Direct And Indirect Speech, and Idioms And Phrases, among others.
Because general knowledge is such a broad subject, candidates should broaden their knowledge in order to prepare for this section. Candidates should read newspapers and GK magazines to prepare for this subject.
It is much easier to prepare for English than it is for GK. Candidates can acquire good grades in the subject by remembering a few concepts. To expand their vocabulary, candidates must learn to read roughly 30 to 40 new words every day.
If applicants wish to pass the BSF Exam with excellent marks, they must pay close attention to all courses and devote more time to their weak subjects. Following that, we believe that these pointers will be of great assistance to applicants incorrectly preparing each section. Candidates can ace the BSF exam with ease if they follow these guidelines and give it their all.