# Odisha High Court ASO 2021: Maths and Reasoning Preparation Tips, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Apply Online Link

The high court of Orissa has open the online application window for the post of Assistant Section Officer in group B In the High Court’s Establishment. Interested candidates can apply online before 20 March 2021 by visiting the official website of Orissa High Court or by simply clicking on the link mentioned below:

The preliminary exam of Orrisa High Court ASO recruitment 2021 consists of four sections of 150 marks in total. Logical reasoning and quantitative aptitude are two such sections in this exam that are not only challenging but also time-consuming. The candidates need to have a thorough preparation of both these subjects to score maximum marks in the exam. Now we will be looking at some preparation tips that the candidates can follow while preparing logical reasoning and quantitative aptitude section:

## Preparation Tips for Quant and Logical Reasoning

1. Cover Important Topics: Before we discuss these aspects the candidates need to know some important topics of The quantitative aptitude section that they should cover:

Important Topics for Quant

• Time and work and distance
• Partnership
• Mensuration
• Simple interest
• Discount
• Profit and loss
• Average and percentage
• Ratio and proportion
• Decimals and fractions
• Number of systems
• Relationship between numbers
• Fundamental arithmetical operations
• Computation of whole numbers
• DI

Important Topics for Logical Reasoning

• Figure Matrix
• Classification
• Coding-Decoding
• Assertion and Reasoning
• Arithmetical Reasoning
• Operations of Mathematics
• Venn Diagrams
• Word Sequence
• Missing Characters
• Analogy
• Identical figure groupings
• Forming figures and analysis
• Construction of Squares and Triangles
• Data Sufficiency
• Alpha-Numeric Sequence Puzzle
• Series Completion
• Verification of truth of the Statement
• Situation Reaction Test
• Cubes and Dice
• Blood Relations
• Analytical Reasoning
• Paper Folding/cutting/Mirror Images
• Directions

2. Start making notes: make notes of all the formulas in important tricks so that you can easily find them at the time of revision or while computing with the questions.

3. After revising the chapters start practicing miscellaneous exercises. In the miscellaneous exercises, you will find questions in a mixed form that will help you analyze your capability to tackle different kinds of questions.

4. Start attempting mock tests. Attempting a  mock test is the easiest way to analyze your own performance. Candidates can attend section-wise mock tests and familiarise themselves with the pattern of questions that comes from the quantitative aptitude section.

5. After attempting the mock test candidates can work on their weaknesses and rectify their mistakes before the actual examination. This will benefit them in scoring maximum marks in the final examination. Candidates can find the test series on the Adda247 store.

## Orissa High Court ASO Exam Pattern 2021

The Orrisa High Court ASO Requirement 2021 will be conducted in these stages:

• Preliminary Examination/Test,
• Written Examination,
• Computer Application Test
• Viva-voce Test

### 1. Preliminary Examination

The preliminary examination will be of 150 marks in total, on the subjects of:

• General English
• General knowledge
• Logical reasoning
• Quantitative aptitude

The preliminary examination will be carrying objective-type questions with multiple choice answers. There will be a negative marking of 0.5 marks for each wrong answer

### 2. Written Examination

 SNo Subject Maximum Marks Duration 1 English 100 2 hours 2 Mathematics 100 2 hours 3 General Awareness & Test of Reasoning 100 1 hour Total Marks 300 5 hours

### iii) Computer Application Test

 SNo Subject Maximum Marks Duration 1 Theory 50 30 minutes 2 Skill Test 50 30 minutes

### iv) Viva-Voce Test

The marks secured by the candidate(s) in the Viva-Voce Test shall be added to the marks obtained by him/her in the Written Examination to arrive at the total marks secured by him/her, and the names of the candidates shall be arranged in order of merit based on such total marks.

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