How to Crack SSC CGL Within 28 Days
Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level exam is one of the most reputed exams. The Exam is conducted all over India by SSC to recruit candidates in various Govt. Service in the respective states. Every year Lakhs of students applying for this exam.
Last year about 64,09,965 candidates registered for the SSC CGL 2018 exam. Because of this, the competition for getting the Govt job in Staff Selection Commission is too high.
Everyone must know that systematic study will surely help you to get success in any exam. The following article will surely help you know the Section wise important points on which you must focus to complete your SSC CGL Preparation on time.
So, Candidate willing to fill the application or has filled application is requested to read the article and start preparing for the exam as soon as possible.
The questions asked in these sections are generally mathematical problems. The Maths questions consist of Arithmetic Algebra Geometry & Trigonometry. The Candidates must give more importance to Geometry along with Trigonometry. Candidates must work on Trigonometric, Identities, and on height and distance too.
Aspirant having good knowledge of percentage and ratio have an advantage in data interpretation and analysis of problems. In order to score well in Algebra students must practice more problems. Along with this topic, one should also focus on various scoring topics like profit and loss, simple interest and compound interest, time and distance and time and work etc
Reasoning (General intelligence):
As we, all know reasoning is one of the scoring Sections in every exam. Candidates are suggested to focus more on the various topic like Analogy and classification, non-verbal reasoning, syllogisms, coding-decoding, blood relations, etc.
The main question asked in non-verbal reasoning on which you must pay attention are as follows:
- Mirror Image & Water Image
- Paper cutting Punching and folding
- figural series completion
- embedded figures
Candidates are suggested not to neglect statement-conclusion & statement-assumption questions as even with limited practice, you can simply score well in this section.
While preparing for English section candidates must focus more on a various topic like
- one-word substitution
- synonyms and antonyms
- fill in the blanks (sentence completion)
- sentence errors
- reading comprehension
- sentence rearrangement
- jumbled-up sentences.
Narration, active voice & passive voice may or may not be included in the exam. Therefore, you can neglect it if you have less time to spare in this section. But make sure you cover them for the tier-II exam. Very frequently vocabulary based questions like one-word substitution, synonyms, and antonyms are asked. And various times questions from Previous year SSC papers are repeatedly asked.
So, You may also study previous year question papers to score well. The passages of reading Comprehension section are not too tough. But with good practice, you can figure it out easily.
In order to score well in error spotting questions, Knowledge of grammatical rules is important. If you think you don’t have that much to grammar knowledge just work on it and make your self-good in it.
General Knowledge (GK):
As compared to all sections General Knowledge section has a broad syllabus and consumes lots of time to prepare. To crack this section one must understand the pattern of questions asked. Candidates must find the pattern of questions asked through previous years question papers and try to find out Frequently asked questions from science, politics, history, and geography.
Many questions are asked repeatedly. Current affairs carry a huge weight age in General Knowledge section. Don’t worry if you are not good in current Affairs just focus on this topics
- the firsts in India
- common chemical compounds
- folk dances of India & traditional festivals
- Indian constitution
- socio-religious movements of pre-independent India
- national income & market structure
- important scientific phenomena
- medieval & modern Indian history.
Consideration the tips mentioned above and giving full-length mock tests every week will surely help you know your weaknesses and shortcomings and help you to prepare well for the exam. We hope that our article about How to crack SSC CGL Within 28 Days will surely help you.