Preparation tips for ssc cgl tier 1 and the strategy

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Preparation tips for SSC CGL tier 1 and the strategy

By Sandeep nagyaan · 16 Oct 2018

Preparation tips for SSC CGL tier 1 and the strategy

The Staff Selection Commission(SSC) every years publish different types of services and hire eligible candidates for Group B and Group C. And every year more than 20 thousands candidates selects for various types of services under the SSC. Today we will talking about SSC CGL ( Combined Graduate Level) examination which is biggest exam under the SSC. I’m this topic we will discussing the pattern of exam and the eligibility criteria for required for the examination.

Qualification Criteria:- Graduation degree must be required from any recognize university or equivalent. Others computer efficiency can be required for computer knowledge based posts. Age limit:- The required age should between 18 to 32 years and the relaxation is available for reserve categories.

Pattern of exam:- There are four section in this examination each sections ask different types of questions. Mathematics, Reasoning, English language and General Awareness these are section of the exam. Total 200 questions ask with duration 2 hours.

Syllabus for SSC CGL:-

1Quantitative Aptitude:- Simplification, Profit & Loss, Mixtures and Allegations, Simple Interest & Compound Interest, Surds & Indices, Work & Time, Time & Distance, Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Ratio & Proportion, Sequence & Series, Permutation, Combination etc. Pie Charts/Bar Graph/Histogram Interpretation, Percentages, Averages etc. It is the portion of data interpretation.

2 English Ability:- In this section different types of questions are asking such as Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Spotting, Fill in the Blanks, Vocabulary – Homonyms, Synonyms, Antonyms, and Grammar etc.

3 Reasoning ability:- Verbal Reasoning, Syllogism, Seating Arrangement - Circular /Linear etc., Double Line-up, Scheduling, Input Output, Blood Relations, Directions and Distances, Ordering and Ranking, Data Sufficiency, Coding and Decoding etc. It the basic questions which comes under this examination.

General Awareness:- In this section the questions based on the general knowledge and current affairs so keep focused on current events very well.

Note:- It is very difficult Exam if you wanted to crack it make your own strategy to establish yourself as a officer. You can take the help from our IAS Guide exam preparation tips which help to prepared your own strategy.