Qualifying staff selection commission graduate level examination (SSC CGL) or combined Higher secondary level examination (SSC CHSL) in first attempt is now days are too difficult in this competitive environment just like civil service examination. If condition are in not in favor or you have a financial problem or not able to join a good coaching for preparation of ssc examination then condition becomes worst in comparison to those candidates who have a lot resources. More then 12 to 14 examination every year conducted by ssc for various government sector like police constable / Sub Inspector / FCI assistant / Clerk / data entry operator / lower division clerk upper division clerk / graduate level exam etc. now days more then 20 lakh candidates participating in written examination conducted by ssc. Recently ssc declared the CHSL 10+2 results, according to that data more then 20 lakh candidates participated for LDC and DEO post. Mostly examination pattern is just related to 4 major subjects like General Intelligence (50 questions), English Language (Basic Knowledge) (50 questions), Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill) (50 questions), General Awareness (50 questions). Average cutoff for general candidates for these examinations never goes more 100 to 140 out of 200 marks. Then how to make strategy to score 100 to 130 marks in ssc examination. If you look at the pattern for ssc examination then you will found that ssc question paper designed for checking the judging capability of the candidates as well as depth of knowledge, decision making and awareness of the candidates. So if you target 30 questions out of 50 questions each section then your score will be near about 120 marks. Then I think this marks is enough for selection. Actually you will get total 120 minutes for 200 questions then mostly candidates are not able to cover all question paper. Just make time management before the examination via solving various model paper and sample question paper provide by www.SscExamNews.com . Your practice makes you perfect to solve all questions with accuracy within time. Minus marking is applicable in all ssc examination then it’s too necessary to solve question with considering accuracy factor. First of all solve all questions for which you are 100% sure. Don’t waste you time in confusing question. First of all try to attempt easy question from all sections. Doesn’t use guess methodology in ssc examination other wise your .25 marks will deducted from wrong questions .
You will get 120 minutes for 200 questions which is similar to IBPS We are giving you details of syllabus which will help you.
- Reasoning Section: This section is easiest than remaining ones. Out of 50 questions you will get 25 question of series, so you have to do lot of practice on the series question because if you solve these question then you can get 25 marks out of 25 which will be beneficial for you to cross the cut off marks. Analogy, classification, odd pair, missing characters, dictionary based and logical sequence of words will be the part of series question.
- General Awareness: General Awareness section can also be made easiest section if we have proper knowledge of the country; we should know each and every thing like Sports Cultural Events, GK, and Current Affairs etc. This section contains 35% science which includes Physics, Chemistry, and Biology so you should also know about this.
- English Comprehension: This section is easy for those candidates who live in metro cities and all the time they speak English, it build confidence to crack the English section but there is nothing to worry about that for remaining candidates you just focus on the Grammar Portion like Antonyms, Synonyms, Idioms, Spellings etc. Do more and more practice on English.
- Quantitative Aptitude: If you are good in maths then don’t take any tension because in this section you will get Trigonometry Percentage, Algebra and Geometry, you should prepare it first. Data interpretation, Average, Ratio and proportion and time and distanceare also an important part for this section.