AAI Question Paper 2018: Dear readers, I am sharing the Airports Authority of India Question Paper, which was held on 29, 30 November & 2, 3 December 2018.  You can download question paper from the link given below.  AAI has released the answer keys. You can check your response sheet from the following link. Click on the following link with your user id and password. AAI, aai answer keys, aai response sheet, aai atc answer keys, aai 2018 answer keys, aai answer keys 2018, aai result, aai result date, aai hr answer keys, aai commercial answer keys, aai finance answer keys, airports authority of india answer keys, aai atc 2018 answer keys, aai airport operations answer keys, aai ao answer keys, aai ao 2018 answer keys, aai commercial 2018 answer keys, aai cut off, aai expected cut off, aai 2018 cutt off, aai junior executive answer keys, aai junior executive response sheet,AAI Question Paper 2018, AAI ATC Question Paper 2018, AAI AO Question Paper 2018, AAI 2018 Question Paper, AAI ATC 2018 Question Paper, AAI AO 2018 Question Paper

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In a voice and accent round you can expect to be evaluated through several exercises in one or all of the following sections below. Keep in mind that the process differs for each company.

1. Introduction: this will feel like a normal interview where you are asked to introduce yourself. This is a great time for the employer to get to know you as you are asked about hobbies, likings, your routine, educational background, family background etc.

2. Topic(s): you may be given simple topics to talk about. This is where you will be evaluated on your flow of thoughts, fluency, how you compose your sentences, your vocabulary, and of course how easy to understand you may be for your listeners.

3. Answering questions: this will be comprised of questions and following instructions. For example, you may be asked to say what the synonym or antonym of a word is. You might also be asked to listen to a short story or statement and then retell the story or statement as closely as you can remember in your own words.

4. Reading: it is common for some voice and accent rounds to provide you with written passages, and/or a list of sentences for you to read aloud.


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