Section-Wise Preparation Strategy for SSC CHSL Exam

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Preparation Strategy for SSC CHSL Exam

Section-wise Preparation Strategy for SSC CHSL Exam. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the SSC CHSL exam every year for recruiting eligible candidates having the higher secondary level qualification as Lower Divisional Clerk, Postal Assistant, Data Entry Operator, Sorting assistant and more in various departments and offices under the Government of India.

The SSC CHSL exam is conducted in two Stages i.e., Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III exams. The Tier-I exam is a computer-based objective type test whereas Tier-II is a descriptive test. The candidates clearing the Tier-II exam are asked to appear for the Tier-III exam which is a skill/typing test. 

Candidates appearing for the SSC CHSL exam often face difficulty in securing study material such as books, best test preparation apps, test series, etc and preparing for different subjects mainly, Quantitative Aptitude, General Intelligence, English Language and General Awareness. 

On that note, let’s talk about some of the section-wise tips that will help candidates makes the best of their limited time and resources to 

Quantitative Aptitude

To score well in the Quantitative aptitude section, candidates must follow the below-mentioned tips. 

Clear Understanding of Fundamentals in Each Topic

Each topic comprises some important basic fundamentals. Candidates must have a good grip on these fundamentals. Any doubt with these basics will impede further steps. Furthermore, it often happens that knowledge of fundamental concepts is necessary for starting another topic in Quantitative aptitude.

For instance, It is natural that the candidate’s fundamentals of ‘Ratio and Proportion’ should be clear before going through the ‘Partnership’ chapter.

Practice More and More questions of Different Types

Candidates are advised to practice as many examples and questions as possible of different types. Each question in the examples section has some uniqueness. To get more questions of different types you can refer to different books available in the market such as RS Agrawal, SSC Mathematics by Rakesh Yadav and others. 

Candidates can also attempt practice sets and test series by various exam preparation platforms such as Testbook, Adda 247, Unacademy, Gradeup and more.

Use of Quicker Formulas and Short Tricks

Before learning quicker formulas and short tricks, candidates must have a detailed knowledge of the basic method to solve a given question as well. Going through the proofs of the formulas properly and getting familiar with the basic detailed method will help you understand the quicker method using direct formulas and tricks. 

Candidates must learn as to where the particular formula or trick should be used as a little change in the question may cause confusion in their usage and can subsequently lead to a wrong solution.

Solve Previous Years Papers 

Candidates must secure as many previous years’ SSC CHSL papers as possible and must solve them to get an idea of the pattern and style of the question paper. Not only this, by solving previous years’ question papers, candidates get the knowledge of trends in the weightage of different topics and the types of questions asked in each topic.

English Language

A candidate can easily score above 45 in the SSC CHSL Tier-I exam if heshe has good knowledge of grammar and strong vocabulary and comprehensive reading skills.

Grammar

The candidates are required to learn the basic grammar rules of various parts of speech and their usage. Candidates can refer to books such as English is Easy by Chetanand Singh, Plinth to paramount by Neetu Singh and others. Apart from this, they must practice enough questions and give regular quizzes on Error spotting, Fill in the blanks, Para jumble, Active/passive voice, Direct and Indirect speech, Cloze test and more.

Vocabulary Reading Comprehension Skills

Candidates must read well-reputed English newspapers daily along with good books and magazines. This will help them build not only good vocabulary but will also enhance their comprehensive reading skills. 

Furthermore, memorizing a few new words from books like Word Power Made Easy and using them daily will boost their vocabulary skills. Doing this will help candidates score well in topics such as Synonyms and Antonyms, One word substitution and Idiom and Phrases and others.

General Intelligence

The General Intelligence section is one of the most scoring sections, all a candidate needs to do is go through the rules and examples and practice a decent amount of questions on each topic from question banks and previous year papers. 

The majority of questions asked in this section belong to major topics like Analogy, Number series, Coding and decoding, Pattern folding and unfolding, Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning, Figure and symbol classification and more.  

General Awareness

In General Awareness, candidates should get acquainted with the Indian History, Geography of India and Its neighboring countries, Indian Polity, Basic concepts in General Science, Static GK and Current Affairs. 

For Current Affairs, students must keep himself/herself updated with the latest development and news of national and international importance in Economics, Technology, Science, Sports and more.

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