SSC Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam: Improving in Quantitative Aptitude Section

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced that the SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam for 2014 would get commenced on 02 November 2014 & 09 November 2014. For the same, the candidates need to gear up their preparation and make sure that they can deliver to their fullest. The examination gets conducted by SSC to provide various data entry jobs and other government office clerk opportunities to the students. The examination is of Higher Secondary Level and there are four papers in total comprising of i) General Intelligence, ii) English Language, iii) Quantitative Aptitude and iv) General Awareness. Overall the examination contains 200 questions and 200 marks along with them. The total time to solve the questions remains 2 hour for the general candidates. Those candidates who want to opt the questions in either Hindi or English can choose their option at the beginning of the examination.

Among all the papers the quantitative aptitude is a tricky one that needs to get a clear understanding so that the candidate can score real well in the examination. It is a high scoring paper which needs a little care while preparation in part of the candidates. The candidates would get asked basic arithmetic problems through which they must be accustomed with. The level of the questions is not that tough and a proper channelized preparation can make the paper a strong one for the candidates. There are some tips and strategies that can help the candidates to fare well in the examination and in this paper as well.

Know your Strength Areas: A candidate is never expected to be a master of all the papers when it comes to giving examination and there certainly are weaker spots that the candidates need to work on. But there are strength areas that the candidates also possess, and these strength areas needs to be pointed out by the candidates themselves. This provides ample courage and self-satisfaction to the candidates and makes them confident. You should work through your areas of strength in quantitative aptitude paper as well to get better grades.

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