Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is a premier body that conducts recruitment exams for hiring manpower in various government departments and ministries across the country. It is responsible for conducting the entire recruitment process and choosing out the deserving and best candidates in officers and clerical cadres. Lakhs of candidates attend online examinations to get placed in government departments. Aspiring candidates have to compete really hard for these positions that offer security and respect. Besides this, SSC also offers lucrative promotion prospects in these jobs. This is probably resulting in attracting more and more candidates to try their mettle through the recruitment process. Hence, the competition becomes quite tough for the exams conducted by the SSC. SSC conducts exams for all qualifications including senior secondary, higher Secondary, graduate Level as well as for other professional degree holders offering different posts and ranks. The syllabus and examination pattern differs for each examination and the level of difficulty also depends on the post.
Shortcuts to Crack SSC Exams
There are no shortcuts to success. Hard work and intent to achieve something helps you to reach your goal. The exams conducted by SSC are nothing different and it requires regular practice and consistent work from candidates to clear them. Though there are a few tips given below, which will surely help the candidates to score well and ensure their chance of clearing the SSC exams.
Syllabus and exam pattern
The syllabus, exam pattern and their difficulty level for each examination organized by SSC differ. The candidates must undergo through them before even filling up the form for. This gives an idea to candidates about knowing their boundaries and requirements before undergoing the preparation for the concerned exam. If certain posts demand typing and other skills, then candidates should try to learn the same before they get tested for it. They have to be fully prepared mentally and then apply for any specific post offered by SSC.
Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning papers
These are the two papers, which are really time-consuming and confusing for any candidate. Whether you have a good quantitative base or not; it doesn’t change anything, as you need to be really fast and accurate while solving the questions for the paper. The best way to solve this problem is by learning strategies, tricks, methods and shortcut tricks to approach the questions during the preparation. These methods can immensely increase your problem solving ability and help you to solve the entire paper with confidence.
Practice by scribbling
It is a good habit to practice your problems on paper. By this a long remembrance is created on the candidate's side and they can reflect back upon the way they have solved a certain problem while appearing for the exam. This is also helpful in remembering words and their corresponding meaning for English Language paper. The habit of scribbling down important points and then going through them every day, helps you remember the information in all papers as well.
You do not need to study for the whole day long. You need to follow a proper time table by giving adequate time to each paper of the examination. Managing a time table enables you to invest your time and energy into a lot of other important things and boosts your confidence in day-to-day life too. You need to allocate your time as per your ease and start studying to get the best results.
previous year and mock question papers
Solving and practicing with the questions asked in the previous years gives you an idea about the importance of certain topics, which are usually asked in the paper. Undergoing through mock question set gives you an simulation of the real examinations. These papers will be proven better and useful over the time during the preparation phase.
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