How to prepare for SSC CGL 2017?

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SSC’s much awaited CGL (Combined Graduate Level) notification 2017 will be realized soon. So, this article is dedicated to the preparation of SSC CGL exam.

 

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an organization under Government of India to recruit staff for various posts in the various ministries and departments of Government of India and in Subordinate Offices.

SSC’s much awaited CGL (Combined Graduate Level) notification 2017 will be realized soon. So, this article is dedicated to the preparation of SSC CGL exam.

 

  1. Study the syllabus.
    The first thing you have to do is study the whole syllabus and exam pattern of the examination. Download the syllabus and exam pattern for both tier 1 and tier 2 as well as tier 3 examinations and print it out so that it becomes handy to you and you can analysis at any time you need.1
  2. Identification of topics.
    Identify the topics and sections in the syllabus which are easier to you and which are tougher to you. Note down every strong and weak topics and make plans and strategies to overcome it.
  3. Plan for study.
    Make a planned and smart daily routine for your study. Define your preparation time and divide the preparation time on daily hour’s basis. Give more or less time depending upon the importance of the topic. Give more time to weaker areas and lesser time to strong areas. Also plan your study time to manage a balanced preparation for all the sections and topics.Personal Perspective of a Person Planning for Work
  4. Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension.
    If you are preparing for tier 1 exam then give more time to Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension since questions from these topics are asked in both tiers 1 and tier 2 examinations.
  5. Shortcut tips & trick.
    While preparing Reasoning or quantitative aptitude if you get any shortcut tips & trick to solve any question then note it down in a notebook for further references. Find other shortcut tricks for solving Quantities aptitude and reasoning questions.
  6. Revision.
    Revise the weaker areas as much as you can so that you can develop the solving tricks for tougher questions.3
  7. Study the previous year question papers.
    Download previous year question papers and cut off marks and make a details analysis how questions are asked and how many students were appeared in the examination, how many of them were able to clear the cut offs and make estimated cut offs so that you can prepare accordingly. To have detail cut off analysis of SSC CGL exam go through my another post link.
  8. Keep yourself updated.
    Practicing essay writing, letter writing and report writing is also required. In English news paper there is few editorial section which helps a lot for essay writing. Read daily newspaper and develop writing habits.4

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