SSC Combined Higher Secondary Exam: Tips and Strategies
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is ready is all set to conduct Written Examination for the recruitment of candidates for various posts of Data Entry Operator and Lower Division Clerk in various departments. The written examination will be held on 20 October 2013, 27 October 2013, and 10 November 2013. The examinations will be conducted at different centers across the country. The questions paper will include 4 Sections comprising General Intelligence, English Language (Basic Knowledge), Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skills), and General Awareness. The total of 200 multiple choice questions will be asked. Each section will have 50 questions with negative marking of .25 marks for each wrong answer.
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English Language is one of the interesting sections in SSC Combined Higher Secondary Exam, which requires good command over English language. For this, the candidates are required to strengthen their vocabulary power in order to score well. This section generally includes Passage Based questions, Common Error in Sentence, Rapid Fillers, Close Test, Antonyms, and Synonyms etc.
For overcoming questions of Quantitative Section, the candidate highly requires knowledge of basic calculations, and approximation concepts. As basic concept knowledge directly drives the candidates to the right option. Apart from this, speed is the utmost requirement for this section. The questions in this section are generally from the topics of Simplification, Approximation, Profit and Loss Percentage, Discount, Average, Data Interpretation, Time and Work, Trigonometry, Ratio Proportion, Square Roots, Decimal and Fractions etc.
The preparation of Reasoning Section requires mental alertness and logical skills of Aspirants. To be an expertise in this section, candidate should understand the nature of questions by practicing similar questions from model papers and previous year exam papers. The questions in this section are included from topics like Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning including topics- Analogy, Symbolic Operation, Classification, Syllogism, Inferences, Number Series, Word Building, Social Intelligence, Venn Diagrams etc.
It is one of the scoring sections in SSC Combined Higher Secondary Exam. For preparation of this section, the candidates should have an eye over latest happenings of the country. TThe topics included in GA Section comprise History, Culture Geography, Economic Scene, General policy and scientific research