Prepare for LIC AAO in Next 7 Days [Final Study Plan Released]

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LIC AAO 2016 Exam is just round the corner.It has been two months since the registrations closed & it has flown like a wind.If you had applied for the LIC AAO exam, we know the preparations will have reached the final stages.Some of you might have even started revisions.But for those who are late & have not yet started, here is the final study plan that shall tell you on how to prepare for LIC AAO Exam in the last 7 days.


The LIC AAO recruitment for 700 Assistant Administrative Officer posts created a lot of interest among govt job aspirants.One of the main reason behind such response is due to the LIC AAO salary, which is very high higher than a bank PO.


The online written exam is to be held on March 5, 6 & 13, 2016 for which the admit cards are already available on their website.


LIC AAO 7 Day Study Plan:

Some of our readers had emailed us asking to post a 10 day study plan for LIC AAO exam as they are starting to prepare only this month due to current job.We got in touch with few students to share their strategy for the final days & here it is.


Before starting, let me also tell that due to increased competition, we are expecting the LIC AAO cutoffs to go up compared to previous years.

So if you are beginning to prepare for LIC AAO 2016 exam only now,make sure to study the following topics with 200% concentration & dedication.

The time schedule that you need to follow during the next 7 days for studying & practice is given below.Be ready to spare atleast 15 hours / day

  • Quantitative Aptitude – 4 hours
  • Reasoning Ability – 4 hrs
  • English Language – 3 hrs
  • GK & Current Affairs – 2 hrs
  • Computer Knowledge - 2 hrs

Candidates who are revising can also allot more time for these topics during the next 7 days.


Here is the detailed list of chapters that you need to cover under each section.




Quantitative Aptitude



General knowledge

& Current affairs



Coding/ Decoding,

Missing Series

Tables, Squares, Cubes, Roots,


Surds & Indices


Computer Basics

Basic Grammar,
Nouns, Phrases & Clauses,



& International News




Blood Relations/ Syllogism

Number series, Ratio & Proportion, Mixtures & allegations,

Boats & streams



Computer Origin,


Adjectives, (types & forms), Auxiliary & Modals



New appointments


Analogy test, Inequalities, Sitting Arrangement


Percentages, Profit and loss, Probability, Problem on Numbers/Ages



Computer abbreviations & shortcuts

Articles/ RCs/ Pronouns/ Idioms and Phrases,

Cloze test


Awards & honors, Insurance awareness



Direction sense,

Input-Output analysis

Simple Interest/Compound Interest/Probability



Input Output Devices

Active and Passive voice,Para jumbles


Newly announced schemes


Number Ranking,

Critical Reasoning & Decision Making,Puzzles

Time & Work, Time, Speed & Distance,Data Interpretation



MS Office,




Direct & Indirect Speech,

Tenses, Prepositions& Conjunctions


Latest sport news,

Science & Technology news,

Static GK














Final Revisions

For someone who is starting fresh, its going to be extremely tough to consume all the topics in just 7 days.

We suggest you to take up few mock tests in the next week for one last time, find out the areas where you are lacking & revise those topics during the remaining days.

But if you can understand the concepts, learn the shortcuts & practice with mock tests, you can definitely post some good scores.


How are you planning to study in this last week? Do share it via comments.

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