How To Beat SSC CGL Exams – A Brief Analyzation

December 24, 2016

SSC CGL is the exam which wants more preparation in past analysis [SSC CGL Previous Papers]. In SSC CGL exams Almost 1786047 candidates wrote exam during the year 2015. There must be a direct relationship between number of candidates and competition. Here, you must Analyse “where you are in preparation, from now on till the exam, how you can improve” success and failure in SSC CGL exams.

First off all candidates who appearing SSC CGL exams should analyse the previous year papers for papers. Not only SSC CGL exam but also most of the exam requires analysation of previous year papers revise and revise again: Revision can beat any exam. The SSC CGL candidate should assess previous year papers through the sites so that you have a clear idea about performance by doing or working in previous year papers. Fully relying on previous year papers for preparation could be one of the strategies. Revision is only key if you find any topic which is bit difficult to remember but very important for the examination then revise them more times. If you don’t have more time for revision the make a chart of important formulas and hang out in your room wall. Paste is on your study table. Make wallpaper in Laptop or mobile and try to memorize it anyhow.

In SSC CGL, Almost questions from previous years papers are continued. Idioms, phrases and one word substitutions and many GK questions were repeated as same as in previous year papers.

In the previous years the marks of tier 1 examination was added to the tier 2 mark to make the final merit list. Thus tier 1 mark was very important during past years. The more marks you obtained in the tier 1 exam the more chances to be higher in the final merit list. But according to the notification issued for SSC CGL 2016 staff selection commission mentioned that they can make the tier 1 examination as qualifying type. If it is so then the importance of the tier1 examination will not be so more as compare to the previous year. Thus you only need to prepare for qualifying the tier 1 examination and no need to score more in the examination. Again the cut off marks of the examination varies every year, so you should keep in mind that part also. So here you need to make the plans as per requirement. Test your preparation level every week with mock test or practice. i.e. take any previous year paper or any model question paper and test yourself how is your preparation. Identify weaker area and try to overcome it.

Download previous year papers and make a details analysis how questions are asked and how many students were appeared in the examination and make estimated cut offs so that you can prepare accordingly. All papers are made only with previous year suggestions, so we can beat exams by way which they are making papers once again I repeat.


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