What strategy should I follow to prepare for SSC CGL if I have 1 year of time?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Madden Spears



What strategy should I follow to prepare for SSC CGL if I have 1 year of time?

Thanks for the A2A. :)

  1. If you are weak in English and Quant, you should follow Neetu Singh for English and NCERT for 9th and 10th class for Quant. And then move on to the previous year's jobs 2-3 years ago for Quant and 4-5 years ago for English. You can also follow Rakesh Yadav Maths for time saving tricks.
  2. If you are above average in both subjects, you can go directly to the SP Bakshi and Rakesh Yadav books (not the printed books from the previous year). If you have free time after several revisions, you can instill the habit of reading newspaper articles to perfect your English. Then of course the previous year's work
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Thanks for the A2A. :)

  1. If you are weak in English and Quant, you should follow Neetu Singh for English and NCERT for 9th and 10th class for Quant. And then move on to the previous year's jobs 2-3 years ago for Quant and 4-5 years ago for English. You can also follow Rakesh Yadav Maths for time saving tricks.
  2. If you are above average in both subjects, you can go directly to the SP Bakshi and Rakesh Yadav books (not the printed books from the previous year). If you have free time after several revisions, you can instill the habit of reading newspaper articles to perfect your English. So, of course, the previous year's jobs are required.
  3. Drills every few weeks are a must to assess yourself. Don't make fun of yourself every day at first. Spend at least 4-5 months preparing and then get started on them.
  4. The reasoning can be done only through applications. You can use Adda247 but be regular with that too. If you are weak in this section, buy any SSC books from the previous year.
  5. GS can be done through Arihant or Lucent. Needs many revisions.
  6. Don't start with current affairs now, no questions will be asked. Prepare for it about 6 months before the exam.

First of all you must prepare your schedule.

There are some people who have passed the GLS by studying for 8-10 hours and some have achieved it for 4-5 hours. (Daily)

I suggest you give at least 8 hours if you are not working or going to university. Otherwise, you can manage time according to your daily routine.

Now you need to divide your time according to the exam requirements, we are not here to become masters of all subjects, we just need to cover the important topics and pass the exam. Irrelevant topics should be kept at a distance.

Spend 80% of your time on math and English. 20% to current GS and affa

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First of all you must prepare your schedule.

There are some people who have passed the GLS by studying for 8-10 hours and some have achieved it for 4-5 hours. (Daily)

I suggest you give at least 8 hours if you are not working or going to university. Otherwise, you can manage time according to your daily routine.

Now you need to divide your time according to the exam requirements, we are not here to become masters of all subjects, we just need to cover the important topics and pass the exam. Irrelevant topics should be kept at a distance.

Spend 80% of your time on math and English. 20% to GS and present.

Daily at the end of the day you should review everything you studied that day.

Without review, you will forget the concepts and could become frustrated.

Now first complete the basic course in 3 months to 6 months maximum. It includes books such as English by Neetu singh and For Maths Class notes by Rakesh yadav. You have to learn every concept from these two books.

The remaining months will include repeat reviews and ongoing mock testing. You'll be guiding yourself better than me once you get to that stage.

Best of luck for your preparation.

your answer in a few words.

For English: - Post 1.MB: (for practice)

2.To clarify your basics, follow the talk of the Neetu singh city book volume 1.

3.For the vocabulary section, please make it from several books i.e neetu singh, sp bakshi, mb post.

4. Please write down all difficult words in a separate notebook. Check your notebook daily.

5. Try to read at least one editorial section of the newspaper. I would advise you for THE HINDU. Write down all the important words in that particular section.

For mathematics: - to clarify the basics: 1. Make the publication kd volume 1 and 2.

2 class notes by rakesh yadav

3.7300+ rakesh and

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your answer in a few words.

For English: - Post 1.MB: (for practice)

2.To clarify your basics, follow the talk of the Neetu singh city book volume 1.

3.For the vocabulary section, please make it from several books i.e neetu singh, sp bakshi, mb post.

4. Please write down all difficult words in a separate notebook. Check your notebook daily.

5. Try to read at least one editorial section of the newspaper. I would advise you for THE HINDU. Write down all the important words in that particular section.

For mathematics: - to clarify the basics: 1. Make the publication kd volume 1 and 2.

2 class notes by rakesh yadav

3.7300+ book of rakesh yadav (do the book of rakesh yadav at least 5 times to perfect your concept)

For gs: - lucent + kiran previous year + study iq (a youtube channel) for the current subject.

Make a separate notebook for static gk. Check it every other day.

Rationale: - Take a mock test twice a week.

AND EVENTUALLY -PRACTICE -REVIEW-PRACTICE -REVIEW. This will help you in the long run.

Try solving a single book multiple times instead of solving different books at once.

All the best.

Don't fall into the trap of shortcuts when you start…. Be thorough with your concepts…. In math… .. I would recommend taking math coaching from either Pawan Rao or Ss bharti…. Only they can help you pass this exam…. If you are solid in math since you started ... only then jump to Kiran previous years

For the English…. There are two best teachers, one is Gopal Verma, whose course is available online in the CareerWill app and Annie Mam in Mukherjee Nagar… ..

Reasoning - online course by vikramjeet sir

Gs- current affairs of the application gk today and for the book of static publications gk- GKP of static gk you can consult

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Don't fall into the trap of shortcuts when you start…. Be thorough with your concepts…. In math… .. I would recommend taking math coaching from either Pawan Rao or Ss bharti…. Only they can help you pass this exam…. If you are solid in math since you started ... only then jump to Kiran previous years

For the English…. There are two best teachers, one is Gopal Verma, whose course is available online in the CareerWill app and Annie Mam in Mukherjee Nagar… ..

Reasoning - online course by vikramjeet sir

Gs- current affairs of the application gk today and for static publications gk- GKP static book gk you can consult… .. rest… .. solve the objective of Lucent

You can cover all this in 8 months and dedicate the rest of your time to drills… .. question drills from previous years only …….

The best way to prepare for ssc cgl is by self-study.

Begin your preparation by solving one or two of the previous years or mock jobs. This will help you understand the level of difficulty and the syllabus and how the questions are framed.

Quantitative aptitude and general reasoning are pretty easy that way when solving past 8-10 years that can excel. Try to understand the tricks and shortcut formulas well.

English comes in handy only after practice, so try to practice vocabulary and grammar, both oral and written, because even though the test is a written test, but English is a language, it is well understood when English is spoken.

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The best way to prepare for ssc cgl is by self-study.

Begin your preparation by solving one or two of the previous years or mock jobs. This will help you understand the level of difficulty and the syllabus and how the questions are framed.

Quantitative aptitude and general reasoning are pretty easy that way when solving past 8-10 years that can excel. Try to understand the tricks and shortcut formulas well.

English comes in handy only after practice, so try to practice vocabulary and grammar, both orally and in writing, because although the exam is written, English is a language, it is well understood when spoken.

General awareness is a complete heist topic, but it also needs a system. Try to fill in the timeline from medieval times to modern times, current affairs, and social science to the 10th standard. The best book for this is Lucent. The syllabus for this section is extensive, so try to do another three sections above average.

ALL THE BEST.

My SSC CGL journey started in 2016 when I was in my senior year. Last year I was hired by TCS. When I was placed in TCS, I stopped preparing and started living a peaceful life where there was no place for BOOKS. I joined TCS on Feb 2nd in Chennai. I am an engg chemist and I hate coding so I had no interest in learning software programs. In the training period, I failed all the exams they took. After 3 times I passed the training exam😂. Then I got my position in bhubneshwar. At ILP I met a beautiful girl and we started talking to each other. She wanted to break CAT examinat

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My SSC CGL journey started in 2016 when I was in my senior year. Last year I was hired by TCS. When I was placed in TCS, I stopped preparing and started living a peaceful life where there was no place for BOOKS. I joined TCS on Feb 2nd in Chennai. I am an engg chemist and I hate coding so I had no interest in learning software programs. In the training period, I failed all the exams they took. After 3 times I passed the training exam😂. Then I got my position in bhubneshwar. At ILP I met a beautiful girl and we started talking to each other. He wanted to break the CAT exam, but after seeing the work culture of the corporate sector and after a lot of persuasion (because at that point I also started preparing for SSC CGL seriously) decided to start preparing for the SSC CGL exam. We both started talking for hours and solving questions (especially in English and math). At first he thought I was very weak in the math section but after a few days he realized that I was not. At TCS, there was no project, so I was in the bank (means I just had to report and there was no work to do). They started to tell us that you had to take a course and take some exams. Starting in May I started doing a drill (top grade) where I was getting around 130 marks. After 2 months I was getting around 160 marks. After SSC released the admission card in July and when I saw my admission card it was August 5th (1st day 1st shift). I thought my luck was very bad. On August 4, I stayed awake and couldn't sleep at night. In the exam center I was in a state of fear, but after that I began to relax my mind and began to remember "KARAM KARTE RAHO FAL KI CHINTA MAT KARO". I tried 97 questions on the exam (but remembered that I had made some silly mistakes). After checking with the answer key, I got 159 points (I'm not very happy with myself). Then one day my HR department asked me to join a project and on my first day on the project I was only thinking about SSC CGL. The project gave me a chapter to learn when I decided that I had to resign in order to dedicate my full time to preparation. I decided not to tell anyone in my family about the resignation except my brother (he is working at CIL) and my sister and I told him not to tell anyone in my family or relatives. Thereafter, I gave IBPS PO and IB ACIO and broke their preliminary exam, but started to focus only on SSC CGL Level 2. The exam was delayed, so I started preparing for the main IBPS PO programs and studied for 15 days seriously and took the exam. But SSC was delaying the exam over and over again. On December 31 (maybe) I found out that I had been selected for the interview round. On January 29 (maybe) I gave my interview in bhubneshwar. After that I also gave ssc cgl main which took place on Feb 20 (one of the hardest shifts ... again, too bad) and solved only 74 questions (in the drill I got 180-200 (only one time)) in which 72 were Correct and esp. I asked 197 questions and got 169 points. On April 1, IBPS PO published its result and I was selected in the Allahabad bank. Later, Due to a court case, I joined the bank and we really enjoyed the training, but after being sent to Mumbai, life turned like hell. In March I quit the bank and came to my sister's house. Since April I started preparing for SSC CGL 2018 and I got 159.5 in preliminaries (again 1st day 1 shift). But due to normalization my grades were 203.75 and AIR rank was 32. Again I braced hard for the mainstream and got 188 in math and 186.5 in ing as raw grades. After normalization I got 378 (again not happy with myself) on the main courses and the total score was 581.72 until level 2 and waiting for the result of level 3. In March I joined as Divisional Accountant of SSC CGL 2017 in Madhya Pradesh. 5 in eng as raw marks. After normalization I got 378 (again not happy with myself) on the main courses and the total score was 581.72 until level 2 and waiting for the result of level 3. In March I joined as Divisional Accountant of SSC CGL 2017 in Madhya Pradesh. 5 in eng as raw marks. After normalization I got 378 (again not happy with myself) on the main courses and the total score was 581.72 until level 2 and waiting for the result of level 3. In March I joined as Divisional Accountant of SSC CGL 2017 in Madhya Pradesh. In March I joined as Divisional Accountant of SSC CGL 2017 in Madhya Pradesh. 5 in eng as raw marks. After normalization I got 378 (again not happy with myself) on the main courses and the total score was 581.72 until level 2 and waiting for the result of level 3. In March I joined as Divisional Accountant of SSC CGL 2017 in Madhya Pradesh. In March I joined as Divisional Accountant of SSC CGL 2017 in Madhya Pradesh. 5 in eng as raw marks. After normalization I got 378 (again not happy with myself) on the main courses and the total score was 581.72 until level 2 and waiting for the result of level 3. In March I joined as Divisional Accountant of SSC CGL 2017 in Madhya Pradesh.

This is my SSC CGL trip.

PS- That beautiful girl currently works as a po in the PSU bank and has also obtained good grades in SSC CGL 2018.

The number of your attempts doesn't make much difference. Each attempt is a new journey.

What matters is the depth of your preparation. So if you've been dedicating yourself to preparing for CGL, you can erase it.

I started preparing for CGL from January 1, 2016. Prepared on my own by solving assignments from the previous year and reading Hindi religiously.

On July 7, I joined a prestigious coaching institute with the goal of CGL 2017.

I continued to prepare for cgl 16 and also attended coaching classes for 2017.

My level 1 item was August 27th, 3rd shift. Due to technical problems (the server did not save the answers to the queue

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The number of your attempts doesn't make much difference. Each attempt is a new journey.

What matters is the depth of your preparation. So if you've been dedicating yourself to preparing for CGL, you can erase it.

I started preparing for CGL from January 1, 2016. Prepared on my own by solving assignments from the previous year and reading Hindi religiously.

On July 7, I joined a prestigious coaching institute with the goal of CGL 2017.

I continued to prepare for cgl 16 and also attended coaching classes for 2017.

My level 1 item was August 27th, 3rd shift. Due to technical problems (the server did not save the answers to the exam questions), SSC decided to take a new test.

In the meantime, I had started preparing for level 2 because I was optimistic about my chances, but now I had to refocus on level 1. I changed gears accordingly.

My new test was October 27, I got a score of 155.5 and I got level 1.

My level 2 exam was on November 30th. As of November 12, I stopped going to coaching and dedicated myself to self-learning.

This was a difficult period for me. Although I was doing well in English, I felt like I didn't have enough time to practice math extensively. Still, I kept motivating myself to maximize my score, if not excel.

The day finally arrived (November 30), I went to the Exam Pavilion with the intention of knowing my weaknesses very well, but my plan was clear to score enough points to stay in the race.

When I came out of the closet after giving the math assignment, I was disappointed. Lack of practice haunted me there.

I decided to use plan B, take risks. It partially worked. I was able to try 92 questions, but at a cost. I had to pay in gold for inaccuracy.

Still, I managed to get 137.5 points.

Anyway, I recovered before going back to the English test. I took Shahi paneer and ate some pomegranate grains.

I felt revitalized. I quickly forgot everything about the previous article. Yes, I had become a Ghajani. But now my mind was ready to deftly handle the task at hand.

The newspaper started around 2:30 pm. He was as focused as an eagle on its prey.

I did it well. Although I made some mistakes, they were very few and far between. When the results came in, I had mixed reactions to discover that I had scored 161.25. Although it is conceived as a very respectable score, I felt I had fallen short by 15 points, especially considering my math fiasco, I was hoping to beat myself on the English test.

But luckily, he was going to appear at level 3 with a score of 454.25 points.

Now the final frontier was written skills.

I started to keep a journal on a daily basis. I also took notes on prominent central government schemes.

But he wasn't really writing mock essays.

I felt that if I wrote without having a firm understanding of the subject, I would not get more than 65 points. I needed more than 80 points to post an interview.

So, I took a calculated risk and decided not to write about topics, but instead focused on developing a deep understanding of current topics. I started watching debates on Rajya Sabha TV.

This helped me clarify my concepts and improved my view of the world.

But my secret weapon was keeping a journal in which I poured my heart out effortlessly. I learned to think rationally. After 21 days of this practice, not only had I become more proficient in organizing my thoughts and ideas, but my power of expression had improved dramatically as well.

Then came D-day. I was upbeat and eager to go as a Sehwag who has given himself the certificate to demolish the will of bowlers.

The first question was what to do and what not to do in the event of an earthquake. My intention was to write a very creative answer that is not only interesting to read, but takes a holistic and scholarly approach to the problem at hand. The ideas flowed naturally and I managed to make a very dramatic and emphatic start to my essay with the proverb "Not preparing is preparing to fail."

The second question asked us to write a personal letter to the brother explaining the merits and disadvantages of computer-based objective-type recruitment tests.

Here, I started with an error mentioning the address of the recipients. But I managed to show a good relationship with my brother and I introduced the subject of computer tests without problems.

Thereafter, I discussed the benefits and drawbacks of the aforementioned topic.

I am happy with my performance and am exuberant about my newfound love of writing.

Although I had a crack in my armor. I exceeded the word limit on both questions, but it was intentional. I wanted to add more weight to my content and power of expression.

Now here I am before you write this article. I'm optimistic about the 80+ score at level 3 with a bit of luck.

However, I am still preparing for my 2017 CGL goal. The goal is to take the bull by the horns and get the highest score in Math.

PS: I hope I have clearly established for my readers that SSC CGL can be removed in one go, but it is not child's play, one must be willing to accept thorns to pick the roses.

Good luck!

Well, thank you for asking a good question that clicks on the minds of applicants who are about to begin their preparation for the most coveted exam conducted by SSC, that is, SSC CGL. Considering the case that you are spending all your time preparing without any work or distractions (I will comment, wait), the answer to your question is YES. It is quite possible for a new applicant to pass the SSC CGL on the first attempt in a year. Let me tell you in detail. Are you ready? Here we go.

1. Role of the teacher (Dronacharya): First and foremost is the selection of

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Well, thank you for asking a good question that clicks on the minds of applicants who are about to begin their preparation for the most coveted exam conducted by SSC, that is, SSC CGL. Considering the case that you are spending all your time preparing without any work or distractions (I will comment, wait), the answer to your question is YES. It is quite possible for a new applicant to pass the SSC CGL on the first attempt in a year. Let me tell you in detail. Are you ready? Here we go.

1. Role of the teacher (Dronacharya): The first and most important thing is the selection of good teachers who are available in the market if you prefer coaching (although not a necessary condition for the selection). There are many good teachers in Mukherjee Nagar who have not only passed the exam multiple times, but have also faced the same problems, difficulties and struggles that an aspirant goes through during their preparation journey. I'm not going to name any of them though, as I'm not a brand ambassador for them. You can google it. Why am I emphasizing the role of a good teacher, since from early childhood we have a habit of learning something new from a teacher or cluttering his notes and secondly, when one learns in the classroom, the words that the teacher speaks about a concept those words are permeated in memory and that makes our thought process about how to approach a particular type of problem and how time can be saved on a particular question (time is the game in SSC CGL). So the teacher is important. Alternatively, as India is going digital, one can choose to learn from home by joining these teachers' online classroom programs / live classes / pendrive courses that allow an aspirant to learn at their own pace. It depends on you. Yes, beware of local branches of a particular institute that is located in your own district. They will loot you by showing the fake topper images and saying that we have created and taught these toppers, which is 90% wrong, as they are only showcased to attract new students. So try googling teachers and you will get your answer.

2. Self-study (Eklavya): If you don't want to study with any particular online teacher / program, this is again a good option. Since you will fight in battle as Eklavya and believe me, you will be self-sufficient and will have to travel alone. By reading many toppers and analyzing each of them, I have come to the conclusion that the toppers generally follow the self-study route and do not prefer any teacher, as the questions asked in this exam are of the 9th standard. and tenth. And you are a graduate, so what is the need to study basic things like percentage, proportion, etc. that a standard seventh student learns? So think twice and choose either the first path or the second. Because after choosing a teacher and completing the study plan, you have to come to self-study. As they are not going to teach you 18 hours a day. They will finish the study program and their work will be done and then you will be responsible for their actions. So choose wisely. Keep reading.

3. Role of planning: this is one of the points that differentiates the successful applicant from failure. So the need for the hour is a systematic plan that can be quarterly / monthly / weekly / daily depending on your ability and self-confidence. Because with a plan you will study and cover the curriculum on time and you will do better than those who study randomly without any plan. Let me compare 2 guys A and B.

A studies randomly before the preliminary exam and continues randomly studying politics, then English, then mathematics and the next day reasoning, mathematics in any chapter and in any subject. You will certainly complete the study program, but it will take 8-10 months to complete the SSC cgl program.

On the other hand B studies with an objective in mind what he has to study today and tomorrow. It will cover the entire curriculum within 6 months and drastically beat A by APPROXIMATELY 30 TO 40 MARKS. This is tested and experienced by my friends who prepared and obtained a selection in the past.

4. Distances (differentiator) - Distractions like excess social media, YouTube videos, and girl / boy attraction and all of these things will set you back and provide a clear clue for the dedicated aspirant avoiding these things. These will not only kill your time, money, and energy, but will also make you regret it after a particular period of time if you continue these distractions. Avoid p @ # $ videos as they will destroy your power of concentration that is needed to succeed on this exam. It will be advice to stay away from negative people who are preparing for a long time as they can demoralize you because there is corruption, fraud, etc. in this exam. I accept that there may be a delay due to some resellers, but I remember that "only the truth wins." If you have exercised, you are ahead of them, as the court will deal with them strictly. Be positive here. And yes, don't fall into the general's trap, Obc, blah, blah. Prepare diligently, it doesn't matter which category you belong to.

5. Purpose (Real Motivator): The last but not the least point is to ask yourself why you are preparing for the SSC cgl exam. What is your motto behind this? If your intention is pure and grand, no one can stop on this planet earth to succeed. If your purpose is clear, then you are already ahead of the crowd that has started to prepare, either because of peer pressure or because your parents have suggested that you do so. External motivation is 10 minutes to 3 days, but after that it is normal. The only thing left with you is the burning desire at the end that binds you to study for long hours without any distraction that takes you ahead of the crowd (Bheed). Don't follow the crowd mentality, have your own goal and purpose.

So, what are you waiting for. Start your preparation into overdrive without a second thought, as Swami Vivekanada once said: Take an idea, work on that idea, live on that idea and success will be yours. Kar har maidan fatah.

Jai Hind.

SSC-CGL is an exam that requires constant effort, patience, perseverance, and a lot of practice.

If you want to pass this exam in 100 days, you can! but the competition is very high in SSC -CGL. So you have to work really hard !!!

There is fierce competition for every cgl post!

If you know basic math and have knowledge of the English language, you can definitely figure it out on the first try, otherwise it's a bit difficult.

Now, coming to the strategy part

  • For mathematics, first of all you have to clear your basic knowledge of mathematics because it is a very important section of cgl and
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SSC-CGL is an exam that requires constant effort, patience, perseverance, and a lot of practice.

If you want to pass this exam in 100 days, you can! but the competition is very high in SSC -CGL. So you have to work really hard !!!

There is fierce competition for every cgl post!

If you know basic math and have knowledge of the English language, you can definitely figure it out on the first try, otherwise it's a bit difficult.

Now, coming to the strategy part

  • For mathematics, first you have to clear your basic knowledge of mathematics because it is a very important section of cgl and carries 250 points out of a total of 700 points.
  • You can refer to Rakesh Yadav's class notes for this after completing this book. Now you can practice with questions from previous years of 7300 or kiran. Practice a lot from any source.
  • For English, you can read the grammar rules from Plinth to paramount by Neetu Singh and, after reading it, solve 4–5 daily sets from AK Singh's mirror of common mistakes.
  • For the vocabulary section you can read from the previous year. Download the pdf from the net, print it out and read it as many times as you can. It will cover idioms and phrases, word substitution, synonyms and antonyms.
  • To improve your comprehensive ability, I will advise you to read Hindu app articles for just 15-20 minutes.
  • For the general knowledge section, I will advise you to take a hard copy of the SSC-CGL adda 2019 capsule and read it carefully 4-5 times and study current affairs before the 6-month exam. weather)
  • For the reasoning it is not necessary to refer to any book, just practice it by forming drills and mini simulations. It will be enough.

The most important thing is to tease. Start teasing as soon as possible and make as many teasing as you can.

If you follow this strategy for 100 days, it will definitely do wonders at -1 level and easily score over 180 points, which is quite achievable nowadays.

But, you must be constant in the study throughout the trip and commit to "I will only rest after level 2" (June 25).

So, you have exactly 3 months from now. Your future is in your hand and change your label from berojgar to official of group B in the government of India!

Best of luck on your SSC -CGL trip.

I wish you can get the post you want 🙂 and so do I, of course.

Actually, every exam needs some aptitude and if one does not have this, one can master it with perseverance and practice a lot. Answer your question, see SSC CGL is not as difficult as some people would tell you, believe me, an average student who does not. No science background can easily solve this exam, but you need to follow some of the strategies or tips1. Away from friends and group studies, they just burn out and don't waste time, they only make friends with a few who you think ...

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Hi there!

I think I can answer this question because I got ready for the preliminaries in 2 months and solved it on my first try. :)

Then let's get started! Another list of tips for you guys ...

  • Focus on clearing the preliminaries first and forget about levels 2, 3 and everything in between.
  • Start with English and math first.
  • Concentrate simultaneously on the main parts of general knowledge and current affairs.
  • As I was good at reasoning, I gave this section the least amount of time.

NOW, let's get into the details.

  • Work extensively on the following for English, keeping in mind that you are preparing
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Hi there!

I think I can answer this question because I got ready for the preliminaries in 2 months and solved it on my first try. :)

Then let's get started! Another list of tips for you guys ...

  • Focus on clearing the preliminaries first and forget about levels 2, 3 and everything in between.
  • Start with English and math first.
  • Concentrate simultaneously on the main parts of general knowledge and current affairs.
  • As I was good at reasoning, I gave this section the least amount of time.

NOW, let's get into the details.

  • Work extensively on the following for English, keeping in mind that you are preparing for the long term:
    • Voice
    • Narration
    • Cloze test
    • Messy sentences
    • One word substitutions
  • For math, I suggest you focus on these more:
    • Algebra
    • Trigonometry
    • Measurement
  • Don't ignore other topics from the previous two sections, keep practicing them too.
  • For general knowledge, be sure to cover 1 daily topic of each of these and TAKE NOTES to help you remember:
    • government
    • Geography
    • History
    • Science, etc.
  • Well, the game changer is General Consciousness. For this, I would like you to review each month's PDF notes available on Jagran Josh and similar platforms. NEVER IGNORE THIS SECTION. Remember, even 0.25 marks are important. There is fierce competition out there.
  • The reasoning section is not that difficult, but you will win the game if you consult some NTSE books and practice the problems to master them.

Never go to war without a strong intention to win. Otherwise it will be fatal.

SO…

  • Get rid of that smartphone.
  • Switch to analog mode. Use a watch to keep track of time.
  • Use Nokia 1200 for entertainment. (Go for the snake game, maybe?)
  • Record words / idioms / formulas / difficult phrases / word substitutions on your phone and listen to it daily.
  • Disconnect yourself from unnecessary distractions and negative environments.
  • Drop off that guy / girl who wants to talk to you at midnight. Sleep is more important to winning this battle.
  • Eat healthy foods and meditate to stay sane because SSC CGL is exhausting.

Por último, pero no menos importante, comience a realizar pruebas simuladas desde el primer día y siga trabajando en sus áreas de debilidad. NO COMPROMETIR EN ESO. Date un capricho cuando consigas una buena puntuación. ¿Quizás helado o quizás pollo momos? ;)

¡Buena suerte! :)

Paz.

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