Things To Be Kept In Mind For SSC CHSL Preparation

March 04, 2023 | Saturday
The Staff Selection has announced the exam dates for SSC CHSL Tier 1 2023 that is going to be held from 9th March to 21st March and the board has now released the admit card for SSC CHSL Tier 1 examination.

Here we have listed some of the things that need to be kept in mind while preparing for SSC CHSL Tier 1.

Knowing the exam pattern and Marking scheme of the paper is the biggest step taken before planning to study for the paper. You must be aware with the Pattern of the Exam, Marking scheme, Question Types, cut offs and have a complete or full information  regarding the paper.
So, as per the changed SSC CHSL Exam Pattern 2023, there will be two different phases, which a candidate is required to clear in order to get selected for various posts in Government offices.
      Tier                                 Type             Mode
Tier – I Objective Multiple Choice Computer Based (online)
Tier – II Objective Multiple Choice + Skill Test & Typing Test
Tier-II will include three sections having two modules each
Computer-Based (online)
For Tier 1 marking Scheme
Section                Subject       No of Questions     Max     Marks            Exam Duration
1 General Intelligence         25     50 60 minutes (80 Minutes for PWD candidates)
2 General Awareness         25     50
3 Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)         25     50
4 English Language (Basic Knowledge)         25     50
                                                  Total       100     200  
For Tier 2 Marking Scheme
Section                    Subject      No of Questions      Max    Marks              Exam Duration
1 General Intelligence        25     50  60 minutes (80 Minutes for       PWD candidates)
2 General Awareness          25     50
3 Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)        25     50
4 English Language (Basic Knowledge)         25     50
                                                 Total        100    200  
  1. Must read the newspaper daily, cover the most important events happened previously, browse through Annual and half yearly magazines.
  2. Go through important news and latest current affairs on a day-to-day basis.
  3. Attempt one full mock test from expert SSC CHSL Test Series daily to analyze your progress.
  4. Prepare well with specific Static GK books and magazines.
  5. By heart the basic Mathematical concepts and formulae of square root, cube root, decimal to percentage, etc.
  6. Take good help of Essay Writing and Letter Writing formats and expert suggestions to score good in SSC CHSL Tier-II.
  7. Try to focus more on easier topics like Idioms & Phrases, One-word Substitution, Synonyms/Antonyms, etc. to score better.
  8. Keep practicing Puzzles and Number Series reasoning questions and note the systematic methods to solve in half the time.
  9. Practice all sections and sub-topics in a strategic timetable so you don’t leave out any portion at all
Now that you are well aware with the exam pattern, Marking scheme and Subjectwise preparation. It is time to bring on the action to all theories you have read with Previous years’ questions and practice sets. Prepare yourself with good number of questions  that not only give you the insight to the exam pattern, but also help you to keep track of your preparedness. Practice questions help you to master the concepts, while on the other hand they highlight the strong and weak areas so that you work upon it.

Take mock tests on a regular basis to track you preparation to get the real taste of the examination and rate your performance to get the complete idea.

It is not only important for candidates to be well equipped with the examination pattern  but also must we well aware with previous years’ cut off. So, that they put up that bench mark and work harder for that.

Candidates should start their SSC CHSL preparation with a clean slate. Candidates should get rid of all preconceived notions about the SSC CHSL examination. Their focus should be on the final goal i.e how to clear SSC CHSL and how to reach that goal.
Candidates should start their SSC CHSL preparation well in advance before the actual CHSL exam, to cover all the important topics asked in the Combined Higher Secondary Level examination. Time management is key in every exam so candidates need to learn how to improve their accuracy in less time. Different candidates have different ways of time management, so it's up to them to learn how to better utilize their time.
It is always recommended to read and listen to the toppers tips and tricks for better and smart study and preparation for the exam. Devise plans which are more realistic and less hectic.The most kept secret about elite performers is that they spend up to 70% of their time practising. They do better on tests the more practice they get. If you want to improve your recall during exam time, the best way is to recall the information multiple times in multiple contexts before the exam.

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