NICL AO Exam Analysis – shift 1 has been compiled by our exam analysts who visited several centres to get a first hand review of NICL AO exam analysis. We are also sharing the questions asked in this shift which have been compiled after receiving inputs from various aspirants. This year the number of candidates who took the exam have gone up considerably because no exam was held last year. The fact that the exam is being conducted after one year made it hugely competitive.
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NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017 – Shift 1
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NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Sections in the Exam Today
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Level of Sections
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Sectional Safe Attempts
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Time Expected per Section
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NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017 for English
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017 for Reasoning Section
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017 for Quantitative Aptitude
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017 – Weightage of Topics in English
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Weighage of Topics in Reasoning
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Weightage of Topics in Quantitative Aptitude
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NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Questions Asked from English
|Air pollution—an environmental problem now more associated with the developing cities like New Delhi than the capitals of the West—has emerged as key issue in the race to elect the next London mayor, with all three leading candidates campaigning on their solutions and voters describing the problem as an important concern.
The mayoral campaign comes on the heels of a series of recent reports blaming pollution—largely from the emissions of diesel vehicles—as a leading killer in the United Kingdom. Around 40,000 people deaths annually in the country are linked to air pollution, according to a recent Royal College of Physicians report. Another report from King’s College London, suggests as many as 9,500 people die of that cause annually in London alone.
Those figures—blasted across headlines and bandied about in campaign speeches—have been absorbed by the electorate. Nearly 70% of London parents say they’re worried about their children breathing dirty air and nearly two-thirds say the city should completely ban diesel trucks from the city center, according to recent polls from the London Evening Standard.
“We’ve got a real diesel problem in London and pretty awful streets,” says Simon Birkett, the founder of the NGO Clean Air in London. “In London, you can actually smell the pollution… Go down Oxford Street, you can literally smell it.”
The source of the above passage is TIME Magazine, May 4th – 2017.
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Questions Asked from Quantitative Aptitude
7, 11, 19, 36, 69, ?
NICL AO Exam Analysis 2017: Questions Asked from Reasoning
|P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered one and the floor above it is numbered two and so on. The top most floor is numbered eight. Each of them likes a different color viz Green, Yellow, Black, Blue, Pink, White, Brown and Orange but not necessarily in the same order.
The one who likes pink does not live on first floor. The one who likes Yellow lives on an even numbered floor but not on floor number 8. Only two persons live between U and the one who likes Yellow. Only one person live between U and the one who likes Pink. Neither T nor R lives on first floor. Only one person lives between R and S, who likes Black. P lives immediately above U, who lives on an odd numbered floor. Only two persons live between T and P. Q lives on an even numbered floor and immediately above R.The one who likes blue lives on an even numbered floor and live immediately above the person who likes orange. R does not like Pink or Orange. Only two persons live between W and the one who likes Green. Q lives on floor number four. The one who likes White does not live on odd numbered floor. W does not like Brown
Tips for Future Aspirants Based on NICL AO Exam Analysis
|Revise well and do not begin with anything new.|
|Attempt the RC in one go and don’t waste time returning to the questions after completion of reasoning and quantitative aptitude sections.|
|Try to get the maximum output of reasoning and quantitative aptitude sections.|
|Random guessing should be avoided at all costs especially in English.|
|Don’t panic before the exam. Stay confident.|
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