Contoh Soalan Peperiksaan Pembantu Tadbir (Kewangan) Di Jabatan Perkidmatan Awam Dan Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (Sabah/Sarawak)


Di bawah merupakan koleksi Contoh Soalan Peperiksaan Pembantu Tadbir W19 (Sarawak) yang boleh dijadikan latihan calon peperiksaan. Koleksi ini mengandungi 6 contoh soalan seksyen A dan 7 contoh soalan seksyen B.
Cuba dapatkan jawapan bagi setiap Contoh Soalan Peperiksaan Pembantu Tadbir (Kewangan) W19 di bawah.

Format Peperiksaan Online PSEE Pembantu Tadbir (Kewangan) Gred W19 di Jabatan Kerajaan Malaysia Tahun 2020.

Perhatikan perbezaan antara setiap seksyen sebelum dan selepas 2019. Seksyen Pengetahuan Am telah di tiadakan bermula tahun 2019 bagi keseluruhan peperiksaan online PSEE sepanjang 2019. Seksyen tersebut telah di gantikan dengan seksyen Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris yang sebelum ini di jalankan secara berasingan.

Bagi tahun 2020, format peperiksaan online PSEE Pembantu Tadbir (Kewangan) Gred W19 masing menggunapakai format yang sama iaitu mengandungi dua seksyen :

  • Seksyen A – Daya Menyelesaikan Masalah
  • Seksyen B – Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris

Penerangan Seksyen A – Daya Menyelesaikan Masalah

Bagi seksyen ini, calon di uji dengan soalan matematik yang melibatkan pengiraan mudah. Untuk menjawab soalan bahagian ini, calon perlu mempunyai kebolehan untuk menginterprasi data dan mencernakan maklumat. Lebih mudah sekiranya calon menggunakan kaedah ringkasan bagi setiap soalan.

Contoh mudah, dalam soalan akan keluar pelbagai nama dan objek. Di sini calon perlu bijak untuk menapis maklumat yang di berikan dengan tepat.

Contoh Soalan : Sebuah kereta bergerak dari Kuala Lumpur ke Kuantan pada jam 9.03 pagi dalam masa 4 jam. Sebuah lori bergerak dari Kuantan ke Kuala Lumpur dalam masa 5 jam pada masa yang sama. Berikan waktu kereta tersebut akan tiba di Kuantan dan lori untuk tiba di Kuala Lumpur.

Penerangan Seksyen B – Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris

Untuk Seksyen Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris, antara bentuk soalan-soalan yang akan ditanya dalam PSEE adalah merupakan soalan berkaitan tatabahasa atau grammar, penggunaan ayat pasif dan aktif, penggunaan ayat pelengkap selain kefahaman memahami maksud teks yang disediakan.

Tidak kurang juga banyak soalan berkaitan dengan ‘synonim’ iaitu mencari perkataan yang sama maksud atau hampir sama maksud dengan soalan yang di tanya.

Contoh Soalan Daya Menyelesaikan Masalah

Di bawah ini adalah antara contoh soalan untuk Seksyen A – Daya Menyelesaikan Masalah. Anda bolehlah menjadikannya sebagai rujukan untuk memahami format soalan semasa exam nanti.

Contoh Soalan Daya Menyelesaikan Masalah
Contoh Soalan Daya Menyelesaikan Masalah

Contoh Soalan Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris

Di bawah ini pula adalah antara contoh soalan untuk Seksyen B – Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris. Anda bolehlah menjadikannya sebagai rujukan untuk memahami format soalan semasa exam nanti. Lihat bagaimana soalan akan di tanya berdasarkan contoh soalan yang di berikan.

 1) Choose the option which will best replace the underlined words in the sentence to make it correct.

She done it to quick, so it came out looking rough.
A. done it too quickly
B. did it too quick
C. did it too quickly
D. did it to quickly
2) Cynthia has three dogs and two cats. They are all brown, but one of the dogs has spots. His name is Spot.
Which of the following is true?
A. Cynthia has three animals in total.
B. Cynthia has more cats than dogs.
C. One of Cynthia’s cats is black.
D. All of Cynthia’s dogs have spots.
3) Read the following paragraph to answer question.
Tailgating another vehicle is unsafe and illegal. Many rear-end collisions are caused by drivers following too close to the vehicle in front of them. The rules state that a driver must keep sufficient distance from the vehicle in front in order to stop safely and avoid a collision. Drivers should allow a minimum two seconds’ gap between their vehicle and the one ahead. At sixty kilometres an hour, this equates to thirty-three metres; at a hundred it equates to fifty-five metres. More distance is needed to safely stop in rain or poor visibility.
More distance is needed to safely stop in rain or poor visibility’. We can infer from this that:
A. people drive faster in rain and poor visibility.
B. the writer is merely calculating on the safe side.
C. braking is more hazardous in rain and poor visibility.
D. the road rules state that this must be so.
4) Please read the following sentence.
Once Nandhini lifted her pen and made a start, writing the essay became easy.
If we change the start of the sentence to:
Writing the essay became easy..
What will the ending be?
A. after starting.
B. after lifting her pen.
C. once Nandhini lifted her pen and made a start.
D. once she lifted her pen and made a start.
5) The boy’s incorrigible behaviour puzzled his sister.
The word incorrigible in this sentence means:
A. appalling
B. reformed
C. incurable
D. frustrated
6) A cooking utensil with a wide, flat blade that is not sharp, used especially for lifting pan; this tool called a..
A. whisk
B. colander
C. spatula
D. ladle
7) Read the following paragraph to answer the question.
There is a place forty kilometres north-east of Portland, Victoria, which makes for an unusual visit. It is Lake Condah. Here are to be found remains of aboriginal settlements: the circular stone bases of several hundred huts, rock-lined water channels, and stone tools chipped from rock not normally found in the area. One of the attractions of Lake Condah long ago was its fish and the most startling evidence of aboriginal technology and engineering to be found there are the systems built to trap fish.
Water courses had been constructed by redirecting streams, building stone sides and even scraping out new channels. At strategic spots, they piled rocks across the water courses to create weirs and build funnels to channel eels and fish into conical baskets.
This is an eel-fishing technique which has hardly changed to the present day. Beside some of the larger traps, there are the outlines of rectangular, stone-lined ponds, probably to hold fish and keep them fresh.
On the bluffs overlooking the lake, stone circles are all that remain of ancient dwellings. Not all of the stones were quarried locally.
The huts vary in size, but all have gaps for doorways located on the lee side, away from the prevailing wind. One theory is that the stone walls were only waist to shoulder high, with the top roofed by branches and possibly packed with mud.
The site presents a picture of a semi-settled people quite different from the stereotype of nomadic hunter-gatherers of the desert.
7) The word ‘stereotype’, as used in the above passage, means:
A. distant culture.
B. opposite picture.
C. electronic print version.
D. standard view.
Untuk lebih banyak contoh soalan Pembantu Tadbir (Kewangan) W19 (yang dilengkapi skema jawapan padu). Korang boleh dapatkan rujukan Peperiksaan Pembantu Tadbir (Kewangan) W19 di bawah.


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