SSC exam is considered to be one of the most competitive in India. A large number of candidates take the test every year to obtain a secure government job. The candidates, who start preparing for the exam way before it is held, can see a bright future for themselves as selective and proud members of the Staff Selection Commission.
To prepare for the SSC exam, the candidates should start studying at least two to three months earlier.
Candidates should study according to the standard SSC exam pattern so that they do not have to face problems later.
The three sections of the test need proper attention. So, giving ample time for preparing for each section, should be the candidates’ first priority.
Candidates should get hold of professionally written preparation books for the three sections of the exam and follow these instructions:
- The SSC exam pattern for Tier-I section is based on 50 objective/multiple choice type questions.
- It is a written examination in which students have to answer general intelligence, reasoning, general awareness, quantitative aptitude, and English comprehension questions.
- Candidates should make note that there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks in the Tier-I section. So, answering each question with equal attention is a must.
- The total time allowed for Tier-I exam is 2 hours. Candidates need to know beforehand that they cannot equally divide time for each question. Questions based on reasoning and quantitative aptitude need more time to solve. So, they should use more time for them and less for the questions about general intelligence, general awareness, and English comprehension.
- Tier-II section is also based on 50 objective/multiple choice type questions and is a written examination. The questions are about general studies (finance and economics), statistics, quantitative analysis and English language and comprehension.
- Making a timetable for study, would be a good practice when candidates are preparing for the exam.
- As the general studies (finance and economics) and quantitative analysis questions take more time, it is better to divide the allowed 2 hours accordingly.
- Candidates should study and practice a lot before preparing for the Tier-II exam so that they can be confident about their knowledge and skills at solving the different questions.
- Tier-III is a Computer Proficiency Test and might also include a skill test and a document verification section.
- Candidates who need to take this test must make a habit of practicing on the computer daily.
SSC coaching in Chandigarh can be obtained from various established institutes. Even though, all these institutes offer the best for the SSC exam, it is important that candidates give proper time for preparing themselves.