English Worksheet RIMC RMS & SAINIK CLASS 9 - Worksheet 21-30.pdf

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English Worksheet RIMC RMS & SAINIK CLASS 9 - Worksheet 21-30.pdf
To beat the competition one must excel in the written test to qualify for a viva -voce
RIMC Entrance is of very high standard in order to succeed on must put in efforts
The success result is about 0.8 to 1 %. In order to perform well give proper training to your child.
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Some thoughts by Lt.Col C. Jayavel (Retd)

Now let us ponder as to why candidates do not qualify in English (RIMC Entrance Test) Personal thoughts, please read it to understand why I am asking you to go through this exercise. It is not the fault of your child, that he did not qualify nor is it your fault. The fault is by design. Most of us do not use English to communicate; we do so in our mother tongue or use one of the regional languages that too in not pure form but in colloquial form.
We must face the fact that English is NOT our mother tongue, and it is a foreign language one must make an effort to learn it well
Many may be able to talk and understand but when it comes to writing, ie. Written expression, most of us are not able to excel in it (I am no exception to this, my mother tongue is Tamil and I am very comfortable with it, my earlier schooling was in Tamil Medium)
One has to spend quality time to write and express reasonably well, so that what the writer wants to convey is easily understood by the reader. As you are aware, that in Defence Services communicative English is used, and as for as Written goes it is in ENGLISH. For speaking generally HINDI is used. Most unit use Hindi and something called a Regimental language.
So for an aspirant who wants to join and serve in Armed forces, he must be prepared to learn minimum three languages.
You may be surprised to know that no one can make it to the top rank without a good Written and Verbal expression in English Language. So let us take it for granted that we have to learn it hard way. Is that DAILY Practice, in learning the English language, by reading, writing, understanding and communicating (both written as well as speaking)
To start with I would recommend, abridged version of English classic novel books. Reading English newspaper and listening to English news bulletin

Let us start with a short story book and learn how one can enjoy what he reads by fully understanding what the author or the writer wants to convey. I am going to take you through a difficult path, which, though bit tough at the end you will be able to benefit from this exercise. In this daily worksheet we will learn about reading short paragraphs, reading stories, understanding simple poetry, communicating with higher officials by writing letters in English or even vending our thoughts via newspapers, blogs and other social media. This complete worksheet in the final phase would be around 100 sheets, which will cover, basic grammar, solving question papers and enhancing the English knowledge skill. I am signing off by reminding you that, “IF YOU DO NOT USE IT (Language) YOU WILL LOSE IT”
ALL INDIA SAINIK SCHOOL AND RASHTRIYA INDIAN MILITARY SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAMINATION CLASS 9
I must confess that when we compare the English language test paper of RIMC Vs Sainik /RMS Class IX
One can easily see that a candidate who prepares for RIMC can easily make it into class IX of Sainik and RMS. The reason is simple, for the paper is simple. It would be child’s play for RIMC aspirant to make it in Sainik/RMS.
To explain this you will be seeing various questions asked in RIMC Entrance tests and Sainik School / RMS entrance Tests. Moreover, RIMC has mostly subjective type questions and on the other hand the Sainik and RMS have objective type questions.
However, one must score high marks in entrance examination of class ix to gain entry into either RMS or Sainik School. Qualifying in these entrance examinations requires a through preparation at least for 6 months to about 1 year to get assured result.
I propose to take the aspirants through various exercises in about 60 to 75 worksheets and a few solved RIMC, Sainik and RMS original question papers. We will be discussing about NDA English section in one of my worksheet just to show the comparison of these entrance tests.
As I am working on it, it would take about a month to complete the entire worksheet.
I recommend that candidates should get hold of the following materials to begin the journey to success in the coming years.
a) High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren& Martin
b) English story books, one or two autobiographies
c) A good dictionary English- English- and your month tongue
d) Old question papers with solutions
e) A diary to keep track of your performance
f) Last but not the least a well-planned time table. One hour a day you may take off One day in a week.
WISHING YOU ALL THE BEST-
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