Friday, 22 January 2016

How to Prepare SSC CGL Exam? Get High Score!


SSC CGL (Common Graduate Level) exam is one of the popular exams in India. every graduate want to qualify it as it opens the door of success for them. But as everybody knows the exam is tough and so as the competition. every year, lakhs of graduates apply for this exam but only a fraction of them were able to qualify it. So if you want to qualify this exam then you need to fully read this article and then do as is described:


How to Prepare SSC CGL Exam? Get High Score!

How many hours should I spend per a day ? 
It completely depends on you. If you are sincere and dedicated to your preparation, then 5 hours / day is enough. If not, you should spend the whole day. Let's do 1 thing. Instead of making time schedule, you just make the list of topics you should prepare per day. Based on it you can spend your day. No matter what you do during the whole day, you should complete those topics at the end of the day. 
These are the few points that you need to keep in mind which will help you to crack exam easily and score more.
 
1.    Revision is the Most Important
Many students don't find much time to read or revise the topics they read for each subject. This is where you guys make mistake, yes you have to revise the thing you have done. Make your habit to revise the topics you read, write down the important things, maths formula (which makes you time consuming). Revision will help you to remember topics easily, and will solve the problem of forgetting and not-remembering. We have got many mails regarding this problem where students don't remember the things they have just read. Follow this, you will definitely feel relaxed.
2.    Test Yourself Regularly - Mock Test(s)
This thing is also important as revision, if you don't test yourself regularly then how come you know that what you know, how much you know about the syllabus. So, keep preparing for mock test, if you don't find any mock test then, we will definitely provide you mock test for SSC CGL. 

4.    Guesstimate Not Work Always
SSC CGL and all other Competitive exams like IBPS becomes more competitive, which we mentioned above. So, in such case, guess work won't work anymore as most of the candidates are now so much aggressive for government jobs and they really work hard, if you want government jobs then you also have to study hard and give your best. Also, Negative marking will eliminate most of the guesstimate answers.
5.    Time Management for SSC CGL Exam
Make a timetable of how much time you should give to which section. Learn How to do Time Management for SSC exams.
Example:
15 min. for general knowledge
20 min. for English
35 min. for Reasoning
and remaining for quantitative aptitude remember 8-20 minutes will be taken by the boxes you fill depending on your speed.
Make a time map of which section you are going to solve 1st then 2nd 3rd 4th according to their time table. Emphasize more on a section you are more comfortable with and solve it first.
Note: As we Indian have to deal with lots of festivals then facebook and twitter and then movies eat lots of time of much focused candidates who don't wish to waste their time in such stuff (:-P). So, Don't get out of focus and keep studying, we are not saying to not to enjoy festivals but make time table for the study and enjoyment side by side , as both things are important.


How to prepare SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam - Important tips to Score More

Here is the ssc cgl preparation strategy
1. make a time table of your study and follow it regularly.
2. Start your study practice at least 3 months before the ssc cgl exam.
3. Purchase good books from the market for preparation of each section of exam.
4. Download SSC CGL Syllabus from here.
also know SSC CGL CUT OFF SCORES which you have to achieve in order to clear the exam.
5. Divide the syllabus according to time table. Don't forget to put the regular revision time in between.
6. Before 3 days of the exam, revise as much as you can.
7. Maintain your health the best in exam days.
8. Read as many books as you can and solve as many previous years papers as you can.
9. Practice all the sections fully. Don't leave any section thinking it easy.
10. Daily solve a previous year paper or a model test paper and try to do all 200 questions correctly within 2 hrs.
11. Generate or find or learn new shortcuts methods of solving numerical problem and memorize them.
12. Make a time management of your question paper. Decide how much time you are going to give to each question and each section.

Check : 

Syllabus and Preparation Plan For SSC CGL more detail Click here

Make a timetable of how much time you should give to which section. Learn How to do Time Management for SSC exams.
            e.g. 15 min. for general knowledge
                        20 min. for english
                        35 min. for Reasoning
                        and remaining for quantitative aptitude
remember 8-20 minutes will be taken by the boxes you fill depending on your speed.
13. Make a time map of which section you are going to solve 1st then 2nd 3rd 4th according to their time table.
14. Emphasize more on a section you are more comfortable with and solve it first.


BEST BOOKS FOR PREPARATION OF SSC CGL Exam


SSC Combined Graduate Level Pre.Examination by arihant Experts


SSC CGL PRE practice sets-30 contains 30 practice sets

Ultimate Guide to SSC CGL by Disha Publication


SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination For Tier I & II 1st Edition by Upkar Prakashan
Best Books for preparation of Quantitative Aptitude

Quantitative Aptitude - by R.S. Aggarwal(English)

Quantitative Aptitude - by R.S. Aggarwal(Hindi)

Quicker Maths - by M. Tyra

Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning - by R.S.Aggarwal

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