Staff Selection Commission or popularly known as SSC is an organization under the Government of India which recruits eligible candidates to all Group B, C, and D posts in various ministries or departments of the government of India.. Every year lakhs of aspirants appear for the SSC recruitment exams conducted by SSC- Staff Selection Commission. We all know competition level is very high due to the higher number of applicants and SSC exams are difficult to crack and it requires unique preparation strategies to crack the exam.In this article, we are discussing some important tips on how to prepare for SSC exams.
Lets look at Various exams administered by the Staff Selection Commission before moving on to training tips:
- SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level Exam)
- SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam)
- SSC CPO (Central Police Organization)
- SSC JE (Junior Engineer)
- SSC GD (General Duty)
- SSC MTS (Multitasking Staff)
- SSC Stenographer and more
Tips to Prepare for SSC Exams
Given below are certain SSC exam preparation tips for any aspirant who wish to know how to start the preparation for SSC exams:
Know the exam pattern and syllabus
Before starting your preparation it is very essential to know the exam pattern and syllabus of the exam. This helps you to understand the approach of the exam and to start off your preparation accordingly. Make sure you stay updated with the exam pattern and syllabus.
Choose the right study material
Explore the study materials for SSC exams and choose the right study material for preparation. General academic subject questions are basically asked in SSC, so the candidates can refer to their academic subject books. Do some research and select the best study materials and learn from them.
A timetable is very important to complete your preparation in a systematic manner and to attain sure shot success. First you should be well aware of the syllabus and topics. Strictly follow this timetable and prepare for the exam. Do not stick to one particular subject, learn every subject alternatively, this results in faster learning and gain more knowledge.
Learn shortcut tricks
There are numerous shortcut methods that can be used in the various topics in Aptitude and Reasoning. Collect as many shortcut methods as you can and prepare for the exam using this shortcut method. The shortcut method saves a lot of time during the exam.
Take online help
If you find it difficult to learn by yourself, take the online assistance in preparation. Various online E- Learning platforms like Entri are providing study material, guidance, video lecturers, and various shortcut tricks in a single click.
Practice Previous year papers
Practice all the questions from the previous year SSC papers. This helps you to get a clear idea about the type of questions, the number of questions, and their respective difficulty level. You can be sure there will be questions asking from previous year papers.
Prepare short notes
While preparing for the exam try to prepare short notes on topics, which you find important. Go through these notes before exams. So these short notes are very helpful for the last-minute revision.
Test your knowledge
To test your preparation level and to know where you stand it’s always advised to take a test series. Practicing online test series gives you a real feel of attempting the actual online exam and knowing your weak areas. So practice more online test series before the exams and analyze your results after each test, and do needful improvements.
Revision & practice
It is very important to do revisions of covered topics else you may forget the previously completed topics. As part of the revision, you can take a mock test or can solve previous question papers also. Practice more mock tests, practice questions in study materials as it minimizes the chances of error and maintains a flow of attempting questions in real exams.
Learn time management
It is very essential to improve your time management skills to ace the exam. Practice more online test series to get a clear idea of how much time to give to a particular section.