Subject wise Tips for SSC CHSL Postal Examination

Subject wise Tips & Strategies:


General Intelligence & Reasoning:

  • Give Proper time to solve questions of Verbal and Non verbal reasoning. It’s a quite tough part of this subject
  • Make notes for all reasoning and other topics regularly and read properly
  • Plan regular study for Analogies, Decision Making, Judgment, Visual Memory, Figure Classification, Semantic Classification, Numerical Operations etc.


General Awareness:

It’s one of the scoring subjects in SSC Chsl. Candidates should read news paper, Magazines, many GK books for this subject

Always underline the important current affairs news in daily newspapers and maintain notes.
Candidates should study according to syllabus and prepare topics as History, Geography, Culture, General Policy, Economic Scene & Scientific Research.

General Awareness is the most important section of SSC Chsl Exam. This section acquires more importance because this is the only section which can be attempted quickly and at the same time, very high marks can be scored in this section. The most important questions from this section are on the topics such as basic General Knowledge, Important Days, Important Persons, Award Winners, Books and Authors Games and Cups and Abbreviations.

More Tips Below:

Listen and read National new on daily basis.
Go through the General Awareness books such as Competition Master, Competition Success Review or Pratiyogita Darpan on monthly basis.
Study the last budget passed by the Central Government.
Aware of all changes around the world 6-7 months before the exam.


Quantitative Aptitude:

Quantitative Aptitude subject has mathematical questions. Students do study according to syllabus.
Solve maximum number questions regularly to increase speed of solving questions.
Read all mathematically formulas and detail study of topic are as Square roots, Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Allegation, Time and distance, Time & Work, computation of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles etc.

Mathematics is not too difficult. It requires the concept clarity and practice. In SSC-CGL exam, Mathematics is the part of both Tier I and Tier II. So you can’t clear the exam by ignoring mathematics


1) First see the topics of Quantitative aptitude in SSC notification, and divide it into topics, and try to practice one topic a day. Please don’t try to do topic of another chapter before completing a particular chapter. 

2)Learn all the basic formulas, learn conceptual clarity and try to solve maximum questions of each topic.

3)Try to learn short cut of each topic, otherwise you will not able to solve all question during your examination quickly.

4)Please give at least one to two hours daily to mathematics.

5)Try to solve mock practice paper (all 04 sections) of Tier I on daily basis.


English Comprehension:

Vocabulary and English Grammar play very important factor in SSC chsl Exam. So give special attention to your Vocabulary and English. Watching different English news channels and read different-different English newspapers and magazine. The questions will be based on Passages, Common Errors, Antonyms and Synonyms. You have to improve your vocabulary. Apart from this study material, here are few tips:
Read English newspapers daily.
Improve your vocabulary by knowing 10 new words every day.
Watch good English news channels.


Time Management for the Exam:

Its time to make a time table for cracking the Exam, Every day out of 10 hours you have to spent only 2 hours for your study next part and rest of the time you have to attend coaching classes and give a mock test and analyze it.
In 2 hours you should divide you time into some sections like example:
30 minutes for GK
30 minutes for English
45 minutes for Reasoning
15 minutes for Quantitative Aptitude
This type of time management will help you to crack the Exam.
In the last, I am just trying to say that is just make your mind that you must have to crack thisEXAM. In the study, rest is also plays the important role. Give your mind a proper rest so that it will work fine. So all the best for your studies and crack all the competitive exam as you want and you will defiantly do it.

Time Management Tips Are As Follows
Practice with Stopwatch on your side: For any aspiring SSC candidate it is a must to keep a stopwatch by their side while preparing. Apart from the tenacity of the questions, what matters is that of the allotted time for solving those questions. One needs to practice so well in the paper so that he/she can answer most number of questions that too keeping the accuracy factor in mind. This also helps you to improve your time and boosts your confidence just before the examination.

Skip Questions that are troubling much: There are 200 questions and if at any point it is felt by the candidate that a certain question is troubling them much, they should immediately move away from that particular question and try and solve other known ones. Rather than sticking to any particular question, it is advisable to move along.

Go through Practice sets and Mock Question Papers: Mock question papers and practice sets can help the candidates to prepare for the examination effectively. By solving these sets you could have an idea of how many questions you are solving on the given time and try to improve that by applying and innovating newer techniques for solving problems through constant practice.

Do not go for everything: You certainly didn’t want to get in trap of ‘getting everything’ under your belt. Thus, you should set a target for yourself while you are preparing for any paper and decide how many questions you are going to attempt with accuracy to be on top of anything. You should keep an eye on quality of your answers rather than the quantity as doing this you could also avoid negative markings which can take down your chances of getting through. 


Factors affecting to Score More

(i) Everyone gets lots of wrong answer and blank answer too. Your goal should be to answer more no of correct answer to beat the competition.

(ii) You will hurt more if your easy question gets wrong and you will hurt less if you harder question gets wrong,right? So, be careful while answering easy one.
(iii) If you missed 3-4 question in raw, this will going to make metal attention on your mind (something like how can i miss 5 questions in raw?) These mind set will led you to negative time (slow speed of question solving).
(iv) Anyhow you have to reach finishing line, before time or on time


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