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One month preparation strategy for SSC CGL Tier 1 exam 2018

By GovJobAdda, Bengaluru 1 month ago 832 Views

The Tier-I of CGL Examination in Computer Based Mode is scheduled to be held from 25.07.2018 to 20.08.2018.  So, you only have 1 month to prepare for SSC CGL 2018.

The first step towards preparing for SSC CGL 2018 is making a perfect study plan. It is very important to include the complete syllabus, revisions, previous year papers, and mock test papers in your study plan.

As only one month is left for the exam, you should focus on the revision strategy and remember not to start any new topic as this will affect your preparation and self-confidence.

Here is the last 1 month revision strategy for SSC CGL exam:

Topic

Date

English section: Error finding

Quantitative section: Number system

General awareness: Economics

Reasoning section: Analogy( word, alphabet, number)

16th June

English section: Single filler

Quantitative section: Time and work

General awareness: Polity

Reasoning section: Odd( word, letter pair, number group)

17th – 18th June

English section: Synonyms

Quantitative section: Mensuration

General awareness: History

Reasoning section: Dictionary arrangement

19th-20th June

English section: Antonyms

Quantitative section: CP/SP/Discount

General awareness: Geography

Reasoning section: Alphabet series/Word series

21st – 22nd June

English section: Idiom/ Phrase meaning

Quantitative section: Ratio proportion

General awareness: Biology

Reasoning section: Number series

23rd – 24th June

English section: Bracketed part

Quantitative section: Average/Age

General awareness: Physics

Reasoning section: Direction sense/Calendar

25th – 26th June

English section: Misspelled words

Quantitative section: Percentage

General awareness: Computers

Reasoning section: word formation from given word

27th – 28th June

English section: Jumbled sentences

Quantitative section: Speed/Time/Distance

General awareness: Schemes(current)

Reasoning section: Coding Decoding

29th – 30th June

English section: Active/Passive voice

Quantitative section: SI/CI

General awareness: Sports(current)

Reasoning section: Mathematical(operation and reasoning)

1st July

English section: Direct/Indirect speech

Quantitative section: Algebra

General awareness: Awards and honours

Reasoning section: Missing number matrix

2nd – 3rd July

English section: RC/Cloze test

Quantitative section: Progressions

General awareness: Current affairs

Reasoning section: Counting of figures

4th – 5th July

English section: Jumbled sentences

Quantitative section: Geometry

General awareness: National parks

Reasoning section: Syllogism/ Venn diagram

6th – 7th July

English section: Active/Passive voice

Quantitative section: Trigonometry

General awareness: Inventions

Reasoning section: Analogy( word, alphabet, number)

8th – 9th July

English section: Give One word

Quantitative section: DI

General awareness: History

Reasoning section: Average/Age

10th – 11th July

English section: Error finding

Quantitative section: Profit/Loss

General awareness: Geography

Reasoning section: Cube

12th -13th July

English section: Idioms/ Phrase meaning

Quantitative section: Trigonometry

General awareness: Biology

Reasoning section: Pattern completion

14th  - 15th  July

English section: RC/Cloze test

Quantitative section: Geometry

General awareness: Physics

Reasoning section: Hidden figures

16th – 17th July

English section: Direct/Indirect speech

Quantitative section: DI

General awareness: Polity

Reasoning section: Mirror image/ Paper cutting and folding

18th – 19th July

English section: Single fillers

Quantitative section: Mensuration

General awareness: Current affairs

Reasoning section: Matrix

20th July

Important points to remember:

  • Focus on basics: The level of questions in SSC CGL is either easy or moderate so you have a good chance to score. If you want to score high in this exam then you have to clear your basics and understand the concept of each topic.
  • Time management: In SSC CGL Tier 1exam, time management is mandatory. Accuracy and speed can only be achieved by taking more mock tests and timing yourself well while you are taking the tests.
  • Focus on important questions: In the last few days of revision, you should focus on the important topics and questions as you cannot focus on the whole syllabus and this will help you fetch more marks.
  • Most importantly, solve a lot of mock tests because it makes you familiar with the exam pattern and reduces stress while attempting the exam.
  • The number of questions in reasoning section, English section, quantitative section and general awareness section is 25 and maximum marks is 50.
  • In Tier-I, there will be negative marking of 0.50 for each wrong answer.
  • Total time provided to solve the exam is 60 minutes.
  • Mock tests: Mock Tests are the most important part of preparation. More than 30 Lakh students appear for CGL Tier I and the questions are not very difficult, hence time management decides whether you will qualify for Tier II or not. Mock tests will help you manage time and also help you find out the topics that are slowing you down.

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    https://govjobadda.org/ssc-cgl-exam-test-series/57a19e7a92172d1dedffee20/ 

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