How To Crack SSC CGL
How to Crack SSC CGL 2016: Applicants who are preparing for the SSC CGL exam and want to know about How To Crack SSC CGL Tier 1, 2 & 3 Exam they can get the preparation tips on this page. Every year Staff Selection Commission conducts Combined Graduate Level Exam for the recruitment of eligible candidates to fill up various posts under different divisions. Usually, we have seen that candidates are in various states of minds about how to make strategy to prepare for each segment in SSC CGL Exam. Here you may get all the preparation tips for cracking SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1, 2 and 3 Exam in the below section of this page.
Staff Selection Commission CGL hiring process basically consist three tiers. Tier 1 is the screening round in which multiple based questions are asked. If you cleared this tier 1 round, you will have to appear for Tier 2 that is the major exam & Tier 3 is skill test/interview round which is called Final Round. Now, if individual prepare well for exam, we declare that individual can crack this exam in first attempt. But you have to begin your preparation from today onwards.
Some Best tips & Tricks for SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 & 2 Exam:
There are few tricks that can help the candidates perform well in the Tier I & 2 Exam.
Staff Selection Commission CGL Tier I & II exam includes four sections such as:
Preparation Tips for Reasoning Section:
Reasoning is not just a mathematical skill where individual learn various formulas and crack question by applying the formula. Individual have to be careful while answering the questions. Look at the image, what do you see?
- If you watch glass of water half full: This is known as Optimism.
- If you watch glass of water half empty: This is known as Pessimism.
- If you see the girl instead of glass: This is known as Guy-Ism
What if I say that glass is fully filled now this is called Reasoning?
The most significant questions from this segment are on the topics are as follows:
- Seating Arrangements
- Statement and Conclusions
- Blood Relations
- Series problems
- Data sufficiency
- Assumptions and Directions
Non-Verbal is very difficult from all topics. So, you have to deals with greatest number of difficulties especially with problem figures and mirror images.
Preparation Tips for Quantitative Aptitude:
This section includes the basic arithmetical questions. Do this segment in end and start this section with questions you are easy with. If the question is unsolved in first attempt, continued to next. Now you have to solve "the easy" questions first hence if the question is taking time do not waste time over it.
Aspirants need to start from the basics, Concentrate on fundamentals, Practice well again & again, Memories important formulas, theorems and tables and make proper time table for every topics. The most important questions from this segment are on subjects such as:
- Number Systems
- Fractions, Ratio and Proportion
- Time & Work, Percentage
- Profit & Loss
- Simple Interest
- Compound Interest
- Time & Distance
- Bar graph & Pie-chart
Preparation Tips For General English:
For English language you have to follow a national different type of newspapers. Many students face problem in this part. General English is a check principally to decide aspirant’s capacity to keep in mind key ideas and major information.
Candidates need to brush up on your English Grammar. Give attention to grammatical errors as they can change meaning of sentence. Practice and work hard on your General Knowledge and keep it updated time to time by reading books, magazine on current affairs and events.
Important questions from this section as follows such as:
- Error Correction
- Synonyms & Antonyms
Preparation Tips for General Awareness:
General Awareness obtains more importance because this is only one section which can be attempted easily and at the same time and candidates can be scored very high marks can in this section. It was being started well in advance.
Read magazine, newspaper, GK books & collect information from all resources. Form a group & begin discussing different topics as group discussion can make preparation interesting & active. You must to keep an eye on what’s happening around throughout the country and world as well. Most important questions from this section are on the topics such as:
- Basic General Knowledge
- Important Days
- Important Persons
- Award Winners
- Books and Authors
- Games and Cups and Abbreviations
SSC Tier 3 Prepartion Tips:
Only those competitors who qualify in all the papers as well as in the aggregate would be eligible to be considered for being called for Tier – III as Data Entry Skill Test/Computer Proficiency Test/Document Verification (as per the requirement of position applied for).
Data Entry Skill Test:
The “Data Entry Speed” Skill Test at 2000 (two thousand) key depressions for a duration of 15 (fifteen) minutes will be of qualifying nature.
Computer Proficiency Test:
In this step Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) will be organized, comprising of three modules- Word Processing, Spread Sheet and Generation of Slides, for applicants (According to the Post).
In this step all candidates are required to come for document verification and who will be failed to provide same will not be considered for final selection.
Some Reference Books for SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 & 2 Exam:
Name of Books
Objective General English 2012 Edition
Common Errors in English
SSC English Language
Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations
R. S. Aggarwal
SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam: Quantitative Abilities Arithmetical Ability Including Previous Years’ Solved Papers and Model Practice
SSC Combined Graduate Level Mains Exam
SSC All Graduate Level Exams Solved Papers
Candidates need to go through the above tips and strategies that will help you a lot for cracking the SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 & 2 Exam. Keep in mind that you just might have to little modify these study plans to satisfy your precise requirements.
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