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Successful Tips For Preparation of SSC CGL Examination

If you are interested in going to Government service, you can go through the SSC, Staff Selection Commission organizes the examination at two levels, at the first intermediate level and at the second graduate level, which is held at the graduate level CGL is known as the level of examination held at the graduate level is higher than the examination conducted at the intermediate level . After passing the SSC CGL Examination, you will be selected as an Officer. If you want to prepare for this exam, then this page is being explained in detail about the preparation of the SSC CGL exam. 

What is SSC CGL exam ?

The Staff Selection Commission organizes the graduate level examinations (CGL) for appointment to Group B and Group C positions in different Ministries / Departments / Institutions of the Government of India. Through this examination you can be selected on Group B and Group C positions.


SSC CGL Exam pattern

This examination is done in three phases.

Tier 1 (Preliminary Examination) (Pre Exam)

Tier 2 (Main Exam)

Interview ( Interview )

SSC CGL Course (Syllabus)

Subject syllabus
Quantitative aptitude Number system, LCM and HCF, percentage, partnership, profit loss, simple interest, compound interest, ratio and ratio, pipes and cysternes, speed, time and work, time and work, average, boat and stream, mix and charge, age Problem, angle, trigonometry, geometry, mensuration, height and distance, polygon, algebra, data interpretation, bar diagram and pie chart
English Fill in an empty place, a word substitution, mistake, recognition, idioms and phrases, statements, paragraph jumbles, spelling errors, inverse / synonyms, close test
reasoning Paper cutting and folding, embedded data, counting figures, pattern completion, figure formation and analysis, series, cube and dice, water image, mirror image, missing numbers, matrix, logical wen diagram, distance direction test, alphabetic test, parallelism , Arithmetic logic, blood relation, classification, decoding coding
General Awareness Science, science, physics, chemistry, biology, space, computer, gk (general knowledge), art and culture, books and authors, sports, many types, important dates, honors and awards, history (India and world) Politics and Constitution, Geography (Physical, India, World), Economy and Finance, Current Affairs (National and International)

Tier 1 Exam Pattern  

Subject questions time
Common sense and logic 25 60 minutes 
(VH suffering from Cerebral palsy and for candidates: 80 minutes)
general awareness 25
Quantitative Aptitude 25
English language 25
complete 100


Tier 2 Exam Pattern  

Subject questions Points time
Paper I – Quantitative Eligibility 
(for all posts)
100 200 2 hours (VH suffering from cerebral palsy and 2 hours 40 minutes for candidates)
Paper II – English language 
(for all posts)
200 200 2 hours (VH suffering from cerebral palsy and 2 hours 40 minutes for candidates)
Paper III – Statistics 
(for statistical investigator Gr-II and compiler POSTS only)
100 200 2 hours (VH suffering from cerebral palsy and 2 hours 40 minutes for candidates)
Paper IV – General Studies (Finance and Economics) 

“B” Post only forAssistant Audit Officer Gazetted Group)
100 200 2 hours (VH suffering from cerebral palsy and 2 hours 40 minutes for candidates)


Tier 3 Exam Patterns  

Subject Points time
Descriptive paper in English / Hindi 
(writing essays, presents, letters, etc.)
100 60 minutes 

VH suffering from cerebral palsy and for candidates: 80 minutes)


Tier 4 Exam Pattern  

SSC Tier IV period of time syllabus
Computer proficiency test 
(for the post of Assistant Section Officer in CSS and Foreign Ministry only)
45 minutes Word / Excel / Po

Preparation for SSC CGL Examination

If you want to pass the SSC CGL exam, then you set the time for each section of the exam. For your help here, it is being told about the approximate time, such as 15 minutes to solve the section of General Knowledge, 20 minutes for the English section, 8-20 minutes for quantitative attitudes and solving the rejection It will be enough to take 35 minutes.

  • First of all, you should solve the section that is the strongest topic for you. You should not use Tuka at the time of answering the questions or else due to minus marking you will be deducted from the points of your correct question.
  • The more you practice through the question paper and the Mock Test, the online test, the confidence in you will increase.
  • Tactics, short cut, memory method etc. should be used in solving mathematical questions.
  • In this examination, questions related to race, rectangle, average, profit-loss, ljibra and tigonometry are asked, so you should have its basic clear, only then you can solve the questions with speed.
  • Topics to be asked in this examination should be made in the form of notes, so that you can revise the whole syllabus at a glance, saving you more time.

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