LIC AAO Admit Card 2013

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Life Insurance Corporation of India is the largest Insurance Group and Investment Copany in India. Its a state-owned where Government of India  has 100%stake. LIC also funds close to 24.6% of the Indian Government’s expenses.
Life Insurance Corporation of India has Issued a notification for 750 Posts of Assistant Administrative Officer . Now the online registration for the exam is already over so the candidates must be looking for the LIC AAO Admit Card 2013.

The LIC AAO exam will be conducted by LIC on 12th May 2013. So the admit card is expected to be available on the official website of LIC in the last week of April or first week of May. Admit card is very important as its a must . Candidates need to have the their admit cards at the time of exam without which they shall not be allowed to give the exam.

Now LIC AAO Admit Card 2013 will be available in some time. Till then candidates can check the previous year papers and study material for the exam from the links below.

LIC AAO Previous year papers

LIC AAO Study Material

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Now the admit card shall be available on the link given  below later this month. So candidates can download their admit cards once its made available from the Life Insurance Corporation.

Now we are also providing the exam pattern for the exam.
LIC AAO 2013 Exam Pattern :
LIC AAO Exam will consists of only one paper of 400 marks which will be divided into 5 sections.
There will be total of 160 questions:-
A.  1st section will cover reasoning ability (carry 90 marks)
B. 2nd section paper will cover Numerical Ability (carry 90 marks)
C.  3rd section will cover General knowledge (carry 60 marks) ,
D.  4th section will cover Computer knowledge (carry 60 marks) and
E. 5th Section will cover English language (carry 100 marks).

Note : The ADMIT CARD will be available at the link below in first week of May for the exam to be held on 11 and 12th May 2013.

LIC AAO Admit Card 2013 ( not available yet )

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