Competitive Examinations

A competitive examination is an exam that to rank the candidates according to their grades or marks which they got in the competitive exam. If the exam is open for n positions, then the first n candidates in ranks pass, the others are rejected. Competitive examinations are used in many countries for positions in the civil service exams and recruiting the suitable candidates in most of the public sector organizations. They are UN Competitive Exam, National Competitive Recruitment Examinations, United States Foreign Service, Civil service exam, DRDO Scientist Recruitment Exam, BSNL Recruitment Exam, BEL Recruitment Exam, BHEL Management trainee exam, ISRO Scientist Recruitment Exam, SAIL Officer Trainee Exam, NTRO, HAL, Junior Telcom Officer Exam, GAIL Recruitment Exam, ECIL, IES, Language Examinations, Tests for General Service, UK Competitive Exams, Bank Professionary Officer and Clerk Recruitment Exams, Government Recruitment Exam and Competitive Exams in Australia.

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