Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination for posts in the various government offices and departments, as the vacancy arises. The examination is held nearly every year for which lakhs of aspiring candidates apply, from all over the country. The candidates are selected for the desired posts through their performance in written test and personal interview round conducted by the SSC. These examinations are conducted nationwide through various examination centres and those who score the cut off marks proceed through to the personal interview round. Due to the huge number of candidates applying for the posts offered under SSC CGL examination the competition is quite severe and tough. It requires full proof preparation and planning to crack the examination and move through to the next rounds of selection.
The candidates often go through coaching to prepare for the exams, as it helps them to understand the pattern, solve mock questions, learn new tricks and methods and enable them to manage their time efficiently. But there are many who prefer to train themselves in their own houses, in their own set routine time for preparation. Many candidates couldn’t join coaching institute due to lack of time, as they are into some job or services already. Many candidates, who are still studying for their higher degrees, couldn’t manage to go for coaching classes for preparing for the exam. Hence they prepare themselves at the comfort of their house and in the spare time that they get from their daily routine.
Preparing without coaching classes
Preparing for the competitive examination like SSC CGL is a tricky affair. It needs constant practice and devoted time for regular revision of the learnt materials. It is a three tier selection examination which consists, tier I prelims written examination, tier II mains written exam and tier III consists of descriptive paper/letter/essay writing. As soon as the notification for the posts gets published, the candidates must start preparing for the examination. The tier I written examination consists of four papers carrying 200 marks in total for which the candidates would get a total time of 1 hour. The tier II examination is much tougher and intensified, which requires better time management and preparation skills by the candidates. There are few tips which can help candidates preparing for the examination without joining any coaching classes:
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