HOW TO PREPARE FOR SSC CHSL 2019

04 Sep, 2018

HOW TO PREPARE FOR SSC CHSL 2019 – Whenever any exam approaches, everyone wants to know how to prepare SSC CHSL 2019 for that exam. Every candidate should start preparing for the exam from the day of submitting the application form. Because may be you will wait but time won’t .SSC CHSL ( Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level ) is a exam conducted to recruit candidates for the positions of Lower Divisional Clerk , Sorting Assistant/Postal Assistant , Junior Secretariat Assistant and Data Entry Operator in various Organizations/Ministries /Departments. SSC CHSL is conducted in all over India. Any candidate belonging to any region can apply for the same. Outside refugees can also apply but should satisfy the requirements set by the officials. SSC CHSL 2019 will be conducted in three stages:

Scholarship
  1. Tier – 1: It will be an objective type Test.
  2. Tier – 2: It will be writing Test.
  3. Tier – 3: It will be skill and Typing Test.

Those candidates who will be clear the Tier – 1 will get admit card for the Tier – 2. And those who will qualify Tier – 2 successfully will get admit card for Tier – 3. Those candidates who will qualify all the three stages will get recruited.

    Here in this Article, we will let you know the preparation technique for each and every stage.

     SSC CHSL Syllabus 2019

     Tips to Prepare For SSC CHSL 2019

    • Don’t waste time: First of all, doesn’t waste time start preparing from the very first day.
    • Make a schedule: Candidate should first make a schedule so that proper time will be given to each and every section. And making schedule will help candidate to complete the whole syllabus.
    • Make notes: Candidates should make notes, to get a quick glance at the time of examination.
    • Time Management: It is the most important thing to clear this exam. Sometimes candidate knows every answer but due to time lacking candidate fails to answer them. Candidate should allow equal time to every section in Tier-I.
    • Be updated: Candidates are advised to keep themselves updated with current affairs in order to write properly in Tier – II.
    • Practice previous year paper: Candidate should practice previous year papers because it will help them to get an idea about the exam.
    • Practice mock test: Practicing mock test will help candidates to manage their time and help them to know their mistakes.
    • Don’t leave any topic: Candidate should not leave any topic irrespective of the weightage.
    • Cover important topic firstly: Candidate should first prepare important topics and then topics with comparatively fewer topics.
    • Study 5-6 hours a day: Give priority to your exam and devote at least 5-6 hours.

    Topics to be prepared by candidate for Tier – 1:

    English Comprehension

     Active and Passive Voice, One word Substitution, Paragraph Completion, Multiple Meaning /Error Spotting, Close test, Miscellaneous, Para jumbles, Fill in the blanks, Reading Comprehension.

    Quantitative Aptitude

    Profit and Loss, Permutation, Combination and probability, Sequences and Series, Number Systems, Ratio and Proportion , Percentage, Data Interpretation, Mensuration – Cylinder , Cone, Sphere, Time and Distances , Work and Time, Simple Interest and compound Interest and Surds and Indices, Mixtures and Allegations, Simplification

     

    General Intelligence and Reasoning

    Coding and Decoding, Input Output, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Puzzle, Tabulation, Seating Arrangement, Coded Inequalities, Data Sufficiency, Ranking /Direction/Alphabet Test, Alphanumeric Series, Logical Reasoning

     

    General Awareness

    General Awareness

     

    Topic to be prepared by the candidate for Tier – II

    S.No

    Topics

    1

    Demonetization

     

    2

    Digital India

     

    3

    Pradhan Mantri Jan-dhan yojna

    4

    Surgical Strike

     

    5

    Women empowerment

     

    6

    Make in India

     

     

    Time Duration of this exam is 60 minutes. Candidates should practice writing an essay, letter and application daily. It will let them know about their speed and grammatical mistakes. Word limit for essay is 200-250 words and letter / application it is 150-200 words.

    Some more techniques:

    Time Management

    Devote your 90 minutes to each section and try to complete your syllabus the similar way in 4 weeks.

    Practice writing 

    For Tier-II, Practice writing. From the very first day give your 30 minutes to writing. Write 300 words daily on any random topics.

    Practice Typing

    For Tier-III, Practice typing and try to type 8000 key depressions in one hour.

    Read Newspaper

    Newspaper reading is very essential for every tier. Keep yourself updated. 

    Revision

    After the completion of the syllabus practice questions of every topic daily.  

    Stay Positive

    Most important tip is stay positive and confident. Don’t take tension and trust in yourself.

    Important books for SSC CHSL Syllabus 2019

    1. Reasoning
    • Analytical Reasoning by M.K. Pandey
    • Lucent Reasoning by Arihant Publications
    • Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal
    1. For English
    • Objective General by S.P. Bakshi
    • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis

    Read Newspapers as well.

    1. Quantitative Aptitude
    • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R.S.Aggarwal
    • Magical Books on Quicker Mathematics by M-Tyra
    1. General Awareness
    • Lucent G.K. by Binay karna and Manwendra Mukul

    We wish a very good luck to every candidate. For further details, stay connected to our upcoming Articles.

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