Std 7 ekam kasoti Model Paper

DOWNLOAD Std 7 ekam kasoti Model Paper 2020:A brief outline of the answer can be made under the second step of the post-writing process.
Many candidates avoid using this process and start writing answers directly to save time. If his writing ability is not very strict, then assume that it is natural for the chaos and scatter in his answer.

DOWNLOAD Std 7 ekam kasoti Model Paper 2020
DOWNLOAD Std 7 ekam kasoti Model Paper 2020

It is better that the candidate should write the answer in eight minutes instead of ten minutes, but his answer should be fixed.
The level of some candidates with very good writing ability is so high that as soon as they read the question, they prepare their mind-to-heart answer and start writing the answer directly. But gaining this ability is a long and laborious process that cannot be found in every candidate.
It is better for new candidates to spend a little time on profiling or synopsis before starting the answer.

For example, if the question is “because of a skilled leadership, a difficult possibility can be converted into reality. Discuss this statement in the context of the integration of Indian princely states.” So its possible framework should be made as follows-

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1. Bhoomika: Comparison of Patel and Bismarck.

2. Difficult prospect: 1947 situation, British plan, desire of many princely states / kings to remain independent etc.
3. Skilled Leadership: A brief description of Patel’s performance and work style.
4. Conclusion: To prove the role of Patel more important than Bismarck and Garibaldi etc.

Initially, the candidates draw the outline on this format. Gradually, they get used to this process and even by writing a few broken words, their work also gets done.
Before sitting in the main examination, you should practice so much of the outline construction that only a few half-incomplete signs in the examination hall can complete the outline work.
Given the time pressure in the examination hall, it is natural that the candidate is not able to outline the answer before writing each answer. If you have such a speed crisis as well, then it is better that you write the answers to the first 7-8 questions out of 20 based on the brief outline and write the answers to the subsequent questions directly.
Write an answer

A good answer is one that is the answer to the question.
After the outline of the question is prepared, the candidate should write the actual answer.
A good answer mainly has two characteristics – authenticity and fluency.
Authenticity means that the answer must contain concrete facts and arguments that satisfy the real demand of the question, that is, the examiner should feel that after reading the answer, the candidate has studied the subject critically.
Flow means that there should be such a sequence from the first word of the answer to the last word that the examiner does not have to stop anywhere while reading the answer.
Regarding writing a good answer, almost every candidate inevitably has some curiosities which have been tried to solve.
Adherence to the word limit:

Often, there is a curiosity in the mind of the candidates that they have to write the answer within the given word limit or can it be taken a little bit? If yes, how much?
Before knowing the answer to this question, it should be understood that it is practically not possible for the Public Service Commission to make arrangements to count the word count of the answers of every candidate. Therefore, the candidates should first be relieved of the pressure that each of their words is counted.
There is also a truth in this regard that even if the Commission does not count the words, the examiner guesses the number of words in the answer as soon as he sees the answer book based on his experiences.
The tester’s attention is drawn only when the number of words is too much or too little. In such a situation, he has the discretionary power to punish the candidate for this mistake or not?
The essence is that there is no problem in violating the words limit a bit, but this violation should not exceed 10-20%.
Some candidates are also worried about whether the words ‘is’, ‘was’, ‘should’ etc. are counted in the calculation of words. Some of them even claim that they are not included in the word limit of the answer. In fact, this is a fallacy. The word count includes all types of words, whether they are additive words or other words. Yes, it is of course that words written in parentheses are often not included. Similarly, if a compound language is used, then the two words in the compound are often considered to be one word due to the hyphen.
Watch the video: Click to understand more clearly and in detail about the word limit.

Write in dots or paragraphs?

It is also a general curiosity of most of the candidates whether they should use the dots under answer-writing or not? Actually it is not possible to answer this question in yes or no. This decision depends on what is the nature of the question?
If the nature of the question is such that various facts or points in its answer