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Lesson Posted on 21 Apr Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam Exam Coaching/Railway Exam Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching

How to prpeare for SSC CGL exam?

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

I did masters in Electronics in 2011 later I joined DRDO govt of India where I worked on artificial intelligence....

There are four sections in SSC CGL namely 1.General Intelligence and Reasoning2.English Language3.Quantitative Aptitude4.General AwarenessComing to clearing SSC CGL if you have prepared earlier for any other competitive exams you would have gone the syllabus once.But if that is not the case you have... read more

There are four sections in SSC CGL namely

1.General Intelligence and Reasoning
2.English Language
3.Quantitative Aptitude
4.General Awareness

Coming to clearing SSC CGL if you have prepared earlier for any other competitive exams you would have gone the syllabus once.But if that is not the case you have limited time here.

For the first part, i.e. Reasoning the best approach would be to go through the syllabus once get a rough idea of each type of problem and try to solve at least 2 or 3 problems of each type them.Because it is very necessary to learn how to tackle these type of problems and you should have some prior knowledge about each of them as every problem is a variation of its basic premise.

For the second part, i.e. English Language If you are an above average reader you would be able to handle it. It's not that tough and can be easily handled. If you struggle in English and do not have a good command on it the best way would be to read as much as you can till the exam as only reading will help you to get a sense of English.Try to increase your vocabulary by reading English newspaper and especially the editorial it helps in increasing your vocabulary and also helps about a how an idea is presented.

For the third part, i.e. Quantitative Aptitude this part is a tricky one. Firstly you have to cover all the formulas and understand their implementation in the questions then you will have to work yourself up to the level of question and here also try to every type of question as each type of question uses a different concept.

For the fourth part, i.e. General Awareness the GA part has a question from everything which you have studied till now from your childhood. It has questions from history, geography, economics, biology, physics, chemistry, general studies and current affairs.The current affairs part can be learned from any site which provides daily updates on ga.
Finally, some points to give you a scenario on how to get things done

  • Give a mock test to know your position what you know and what you need to improve(Mahendra's test series is a good option)
  • Work your way to remove the problems which you have dealing with specific sections.
  • Try to cover every type of question
  • Slowly try to increase you're no. of attempts
  • Only mark those question which you have got the exact answers for in QA and Reasoning.
  • DO NOT LOSE HOPE because“Everything is going to be fine in the end.
  • If it's not fine, it's not the end.”
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Answered on 16 Apr Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam

Ramesh Kumar

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Lucent and previous year paper of arihant.
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Answered on 06 Mar Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

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Hi this is siddhartha two times ssc cgl qualified . Based on my experience you should go through following books. 1. SSC Kiran publication previous year 2.Quantum cat One personal advice you need innovative ideas not the solutions of these books. More books are always harmful. Thanks siddhartha' Logic... read more

Hi this is siddhartha two times ssc cgl qualified . Based on my experience you should go through following books.

1. SSC  Kiran publication previous year

2.Quantum cat 

One personal advice you need innovative ideas not the solutions of these books. More books are always harmful.

Thanks siddhartha' Logic 

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Lesson Posted on 05/08/2017 Exam Coaching/Law Entrance Exam Coaching/CLAT Coaching Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam Exam Coaching/IBPS Exam Coaching

Indian Constitution: Basic Articles

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THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA PART I The Union And Its Territories: Articles: Name and territory of the Union. Admission or establishment of new States. 2A.[Repealed.] Formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing States. Laws made under articles 2... read more

THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

PART I

The Union And Its Territories:

Articles:

  1. Name and territory of the Union.
  1. Admission or establishment of new States.

2A.[Repealed.]

  1. Formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing States.
  1. Laws made under articles 2 and 3 to provide for the amendment of the First and the Fourth Schedules and supplemental, incidental and consequential matters.

 

PART II

Citizenship:

  1. Citizenship at the commencement of the Constitution.
  1. Rights of citizenship of certain persons who have migrated to India from Pakistan.
  1. Rights of citizenship of certain migrants to Pakistan.
  1. Rights of citizenship of certain persons of Indian origin residing outside India.
  1. Persons voluntarily acquiring citizenship of a foreign State not to be citizens.
  1. Continuance of the rights of citizenship.
  1. Parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law.

 

PART III

Fundamental Rights:

General:

  1. Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights. Right to Equality
  2. Equality before law.
  1. Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, gender or place of birth.
  1. Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment.
  1. Abolition of Untouchability.
  1. Abolition of titles.

Right to Freedom:

  1. Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech, etc.
  1. Protection in respect of conviction for offences.
  1. Protection of life and personal liberty.

21A.        Right to education:

  1. Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases. Right against Exploitation.
  2. Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labour.
  1. Prohibition of employment of children in factories, etc. Right to Freedom of Religion.
  2. Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion.
  1. Freedom to manage religious affairs.
  1. Freedom as to payment of taxes for promotion of any particular religion.
  1. Freedom as to attendance at religious instruction or religious worship in certain educational institutions.

To be continued...

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Percentage Without Formula Just Think And Tick The Answer

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

I did masters in Electronics in 2011 later I joined DRDO govt of India where I worked on artificial intelligence....

We all know the percentage but don't know how to use it. Don't solve math problems using bookish Math formulas. Learn the technique to think in a new dimension. If we convert percentage in fraction we can easily solve any question.Suppose the price of sugar is increased by 25% then how much percent a... read more

We all know the percentage but don't know how to use it. Don't solve math problems using bookish Math formulas. Learn the technique to think in a new dimension. If we convert percentage in fraction we can easily solve any question.

Suppose the price of sugar is increased by 25% then how much percent a housewife reduce the consumption so that the total expenditure remains same?

We know 25%= 1/4 and in the case of price and quantity both are opposite relations so,

Price 4 5

Quantity 5 4

Now we are observing that quantity decreases by 1 at the base value 5 so 1/5 is what 20% and the answer is 20% because1/5*100=20%.

 

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Finding Square Of Any Number Ending With 5

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

I did masters in Electronics in 2011 later I joined DRDO govt of India where I worked on artificial intelligence....

Finding square ending with 5 For e.g. 35 The answer come in two parts: LHS= the digit before 5 (i.e. 3 ) is multiplied by its next consecutive digit 4, i.e. 3x4=12 RHS= as the number ends in 5, so 5 x 2=25 35 x 2= 1225. Again lets say, 75 x 2= 7x8/5 x 2 = 5625 read more

Finding square ending with 5

For e.g. 35

The answer come in two parts:

LHS= the digit before 5 (i.e. 3 ) is multiplied by its next consecutive digit 4,

i.e. 3x4=12

RHS= as the number ends in 5, so

5 x 2=25

35 x 2= 1225.

Again lets say,

75 x 2= 7x8/5 x 2 = 5625

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Answered on 29/06/2017 Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

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No the questions which you will not attempt dont give you negative marking.
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Lesson Posted on 09/06/2017 Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam

Ratio and proportion

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Ratio and proportion: A very important chapter in whole quantitative aptitude. In this chapter, we learn how to solve problems based on ratios with out using formula but with only logic. Ratio is nothing but simplified comparison of any two numbers or quantities or anything. If two ratios are equal we... read more

Ratio and proportion: A very important chapter in whole quantitative aptitude. In this chapter, we learn how to solve problems based on ratios with out using formula but with only logic. Ratio is nothing but simplified comparison of any two numbers or quantities or anything. If two ratios are equal we will say they are in proportion.  We will learn a small and simple logic which involves total parts and so on. It is high by less or less by high concept. 

For suppose take that I had gone to a tiffin center. And there the cost of 1 dosa is Rs 15. I had eaten 2 dosa. What bill I had to pay now? 

We all know it's Rs 30/-. But what's the logic behind it?

Cost of 1 dosa = Rs 15/-

Cost of 2 dosa = ? 

Now put a question in the place of question mark. We will get high as the answer. So high by less Rs 15 will give us Rs 30/- as the answer. Same as reverse also. If the answer is less. Less by high * number that is upside of the question mark.

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Lesson Posted on 31/05/2017 Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam

How To Crack SSC CGL 2017?

Ramesh S

An engineer by profession and Education Consultant by Passion with wide experience in training Quantitative...

A focus is a key: Focus on Preparation and Stay away from the distractions like Whatsapp, Facebook. Analyze Exam Pattern and Syllabus: Understand the syllabus and the pattern of the exam including all the 3 tiers. Take a print out of the syllabus and have good look at it and plan your studies accordingly. Select... read more

A focus is a key: Focus on Preparation and Stay away from the distractions like Whatsapp, Facebook. 

Analyze Exam Pattern and Syllabus: Understand the syllabus and the pattern of the exam including all the 3 tiers. Take a print out of the syllabus and have good look at it and plan your studies accordingly.

Select Standard Study Material:

  • Quantitative Aptitude - Rajesh Verma / Study Partner Class Notes.
  • Reasoning - Study Partner Class Notes.
  • General Awareness - Lucent GK / Arihant Manohar Pandey.
  • English - Wren & Martin.

Devise an Effective Plan and Execute it brilliantly: It is not just the hard work but an effective study plan makes all the difference. Schedule should be such that you make best out of it. It should not be exhaustive there should be continuous breaks after an hour. This way you will have greater outcomes. We know that our mind can’t concentrate on a particular thing for a long time it needs some diversions at regular intervals.

Know All Important Topics: Give more preference to English and Quant section as these two are the most important sections of the exam but don’t ignore the GS portion completely. Divide your time such that you should be able to score at least 25 marks in GS otherwise it might create problems for you.

Revision -The Crucial Factor: Revision is the only way out if you have any difficulty in a particular topic. Keep revising your strong topics, these topics will fetch you maximum marks with greatest accuracy. And your weak areas need more attention, frequent revision must be done in order to master them. Revision is the key for all competitive exams and the single most factor in your success and failure.

All the Best.

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Answered on 09/04/2017 Exam Coaching/IBPS Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching

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I working as bank PO in a top public sector bank.Here are few tips: 1.Stick to one site for general awareness preparation.As i have seen students using 4-5 sources for reading general awareness. 2. Learn to skip the hard questions or time taking questions. 3. Read a lot for improving English. You don't... read more
I working as bank PO in a top public sector bank.Here are few tips: 1.Stick to one site for general awareness preparation.As i have seen students using 4-5 sources for reading general awareness. 2. Learn to skip the hard questions or time taking questions. 3. Read a lot for improving English. You don't need to cram grammar rules. Just read whatever you gets your hands on. 4. Most Important: Take Online Mock tests. Analyze it and Improve. read less
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