How to prepare for SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam - Carrer Tips & Tricks
Updated: Aug 3, 2020
If you are beginner in preparation of SSC CHSL Exam. Then This Post will be very Helpful to you.
Assuming this, of course, you are going to need guidance, constant practice and other resources for thorough preparation.
Let us first see What is the CHSL Exam?
It is an exam conducted by the SSC, for 10+2 level qualified candidates. It is conducted every year throughout the country, usually around June-July.
Official website : www.ssc.nic.in
The exam consists of 3 Stages
Tiers- Tier I, Tier II and Tier III.
Tier I is an MCQ pattern based paper
Tier II is a descriptive paper.
Tier III is a typing test/Skill test based on the post for which, the candidate has applied.
Let’s start with Tier I preparation. It consists of 4 sections:
* General Awareness
* Quantitative Aptitude
* English Language
* General Reasoning and Intelligence
General Awareness Section preparation-
you need to read a newspaper on a daily basis from various fields-Sports, Politics, Science and Technology, revise them and remember them during the exam. Also go through NCERT History, Civics and Geography books.
Quantitative Aptitude Section-
Concept, Formulae and Shortcuts, all three are absolutely necessary.
Practice as much as you can and when the exams are approaching, just revise.
English Language -
If you had English as one of the subjects at 10+2 level, you must be well aware that there is no hush-hush about it. It’s just a language and fluency in English comes with the practice of grammar questions and learning new words to improve your vocabulary.
General Intelligence and Reasoning Section -
It is based on questions that need you to think out of the box.
Patterns, Figures, even 3d shapes that require you to imagine, are included in the question. There is no particular syllabus for this section.
Then comes Tier II preparation
It has 2 questions-
An essay composed of 200-250 words
An application composed of 150-200 words
You can read magazines like Reader’s Digest and books on Essay Writing, to get an idea of what the professional essay looks like.
Refer to Wren and Martin, and other books from top publications, such as Oxford, for the practice of
The last one is Tier III preparation
If you are typing in Hindi you can select articles from any Hindi newspaper and type it out, while keeping
a tab on the amount of time you are taking and the accuracy with which you are typing. The software which
includes, Hindi typing fonts like Mangal, are good enough to learn typing in Hindi.
Hope my advice helps you in your preparation. Remember plan the work, and work the plan.
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Best of luck for your exam