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05 Dec 2016

MARKS & MISTAKES STENO EXAM-15

Here are the marks and mistakes (in percentage) of all qualified and not-qualified candidates of STENOGRAPHERS (GRADE ‘C’ & ‘D’ ) EXAM.,2015, who appeared in the skill test. Here TOTAL means total marks scored and SCO1 means score of the first section of the exam i.e. SCORE OF REASONING

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05 Dec 2016

EARLY & SOON

EARLY & SOON EARLY is both an adjective and an adverb, whereas SOON can only be an adverb.  EARLY (adjective) = near the beginning of a period of time or event EARLY (adverb) = before the time that was expected SOON = i) a short time after now; before long; quickly (used for

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04 Dec 2016

PRESENT, PRESENTLY, SHORTLY & CURRENTLY

PRESENT, PRESENTLY, SHORTLY & CURRENTLY PRESENTLY PRESENTLY = If something will happen presently, it will happen quite soon; means we use PRESENTLY in the simple future tense; e.g. 1. He will be here presently. 2. I shall have more to say presently. NOTE: To mean NOW, we use AT PRESENT

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04 Dec 2016

LATE, LATELY, RECENTLY & NEWLY

LATE, LATELY, RECENTLY & NEWLY LATE is both an adverb and an adjective. LATELY is an adverb. LATE as an adverb comes after the verb. LATE (adverb) = not on time LATELY = recently; You use LATELY (or RECENTLY) to say that something started happening a short time ago and is continuing

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03 Dec 2016

HARD & HARDLY

HARD & HARDLY HARD is both an adjective and an adverb, whereas HARDLY can only be an adverb. HARDLY is not the adverb form of the adjective hard. The adverb form of hard is also hard. When HARD is an adverb, it means ‘with a lot of effort’ or ‘heavily or

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02 Dec 2016

RANKS STENO EXAM-16 (CATEGORY-WISE)

Here are the ranks of the STENO EXAM-16 (Written Examination). These ranks are category-wise. UR ranks include candidates of other categories also as candidates meeting the UR cut-offs are considered for UR first. Some names might be missing from these lists as excel conversion sometimes is not at desired level, but

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02 Dec 2016

QUESTIONS ON SENTENCE IMPROVEMENT (Part-15)

QUERY 71 1. Would you mind closing the window? A) to close B) in closing C) for closing D) No improvement 2. I can be grateful if you could write to me about it. A) would be B) should be C) must be D) No improvement 3. A majority of

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02 Dec 2016

QUESTIONS ON SENTENCE IMPROVEMENT (Part-14)

QUERY 66 1. When he heard the rhetorical speech of the leader, he was carried along by his enthusiasm. A) carried aloft B) carried down C) carried away D) No improvement 2. After the heavy rains last week, the water in the lake raised another two feet. A) rose another two

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