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SSC CHSL Exam Dates & Shift Timings: Check Exam Schedule and Reporting Time for Tier 1 Exam 2016-17

Staff Selection Commission has released two important notifications. The first one is the announcement of result of the SSC CHSL Tier II exam held in 2015. Another notification is regarding the exam date and shift timings for the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam 2016-17.

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SSC CHSL Vacancy Details:

 The below table describes the post wise vacancies available for the SSC CHSL exam 2016-17.

Post Name

Number of Vacancy

Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant

3281

Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

1321

Data Entry Operator(DEO)

506

Court Clerk

26

Total

5133

SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 – Exam Dates and Shift Time:

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam will be held from 7thJanuary to 9th January . The shift or slot  timings for the first three days will be as follows:

First Slot (Morning Shift)

10.00 AM to 11.15 AM

Second Slot (Evening Shift)

4.15 PM to 5.30 PM

For the remaining days, i.e from 10thJanuary to 8th February , Exam will be held in three shifts as follows:

First Slot (Morning Shift)

10.00 AM to 11.15 AM

Second Slot (Afternoon Shift)

1.15 PM to 2.30 PM

Third Slot (Evening Shift)

4.15 PM to 5.30 PM

The Commission has also uploaded on its website the “Walk Through” and “Practice Test” to familiarise the candidates with the process of computer based examination for the SSC CHSL Exam 2016.

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Pattern :

The latest pattern of SSC CHSL 2016 is as follows:

Subjects

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

General Intelligence

25

50

English Language

25

50

Quantitative Aptitude (Arithmentic Ability)

25

50

General Awareness

25

50

The total marks will be 200 and a composite time duration of 75 minutes will be given. There will be negative marking of 0.50 for each wrong answer.

The SSC CHSL Tier II exam 2016 is scheduled to be held on 9 th April 2017.

SSC CHSL Admit Card/Call Letter 2016-17 Download:

SSC has released the admit card for the exam on 26th December and it can be downloaded regionwise from the official website.

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2016

Stay tuned with us for more updates. Till then , Happy Learning!

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SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Papers, Exam Analysis 2015 & Cut-off Marks

SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Papers, Exam Analysis 2015 & Cut-off Marks

SSC CHSL is one of the most popular government examinations of all times. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the SSC CHSL examination every year on annual basis to recruit candidates for the posts of “LDC (Lower Division Clerk)” and “DEO (Data Entry Operator)”. In 2015, about 70 lakh candidates appeared for this examination and an increase in this number is expected this year. The SSC CHSL 2016 Tier 1 examination is scheduled from 7th January 2016 to 5th February 2016.

As we all are aware of the exam pattern of SSC CHSL exam, the paper consists of questions from General Intelligence and Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness and English. A negative marking of 0.25 marks will be applicable for each incorrect response. Except for the ‘English Language’ section, all other sections had questions in both ‘Hindi and English’.

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SSC CHSL Tier I exam: Overall Analysis of SSC CHSL 2015

The SSC CHSL 2015 examination was ‘Moderate’ as far as the difficulty level is concerned. An attempt of about 135 - 150 questions along with accuracy of around 85 - 90 percent can be considered as a safe one.

We, in this article, will provide you a crisp analysis of the last year SSC CHSL paper i.e. SSC CHSL 2015. Let us have a quick look at the section- wise analysis of SSC CHSL 2015 paper:

SSC CHSL Question Paper Morning Shift – 1.11.2015

SSC CHSL Question Paper Evening Shift – 1.11.2015

SSC CHSL Question Paper Morning Shift – 15.11.2015

SSC CHSL Question Paper Evening Shift – 15.11.2015

SSC CHSL Question Paper Morning Shift – 6.12.2015

SSC CHSL Question Paper Evening Shift – 6.12.2015

SSC CHSL Question Paper Morning Shift – 20.12.2015

SSC CHSL Question Paper Evening Shift – 20.12.2015

Note: We will update Soon Above Question papers. Stay tuned.

SSC CHSL Tier I: Section- wise Analysis of SSC CHSL 2015

English Language:

  • Questions were asked from “Direct and Indirect Speech”.
  • There were questions like “PQRS Arrangement”.
  • Other questions were asked from topics like Antonyms & Synonyms, Cloze Test, Para Jumbles, Fill in the Blanks, Change of voice, Idioms & Phrases, One-word Substitution, Spot the Error, Spellings, Sentence Correction, etc. 
  • The difficulty level of the questions was moderate.  
  • Questions from grammar were relatively easy.
  • An attempt of 30- 35 questions was a great attempt.       

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

  • Most of the questions asked were in accordance to the candidates’ expectations.
  • Questions were asked from topics like Odd one out, Analogy and Visual reasoning, Statements and Conclusions, Puzzles, Missing numbers, Problems on Ages, Series (Numbers and Letters), Arrangement of words, Matrix questions, Direction Sense, Coding and Decoding, Venn Diagrams, Formation of words, etc. 
  • The difficulty level of the questions was easy.  
  • An attempt of 40- 45 questions was a great attempt.       

Quantitative Aptitude:

  • There were questions on DI which were based on bar graphs and pie charts.
  • Questions were mostly from topics like Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Geometry, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Time Speed and Distance, Percentages, Time and work, etc.
  • The difficulty level of the questions was relatively easy- moderate.  
  • An attempt of 40- 45 questions was a great attempt in this section.

General Awareness:

  • Questions from Economy and aspects, Science and Technology, Polity and Static GK dominated the paper with large number of questions.
  • Questions were mostly from topics like History, Economics, Geography, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Computers, Computers, Current Affairs, Miscellaneous etc.
  • The difficulty level of the questions was relatively moderate.  
  • An attempt of 25- 32 questions was a great attempt in this section.

SSC CHSL Tier I: Previous year Cut- off Marks of 2015 and Expected Cut- off Marks of 2016

The cut- off marks of SSC CHSL Tier I examination is generally based on following factors:

  • Exam’s complexity level
  • Applicants’ average performance
  • Scheme of marking
  • Number of applicants
  • Posts

Previous year Cut- off Marks of 2015:

Let us have a sneak peak at the previous year cut- off marks of SSC CHSL Tier I 2015:

Categories

LDC/ DEO posts

General

119.00

OBC

110.00

SC

99.00

ST

89.50

Expected Cut- off Marks of 2016

It’s time for the expected cut- off marks of SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 exam:

Categories

LDC posts

DEO posts

General

130-145

126-138

OBC

124-141

117-137

SC

113-129

112-124

ST

102-109

94-101

We anticipate your good performance in SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 exam. We wish you good luck!

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SSC CHSL Tier II 2015-2016 Results Declared: Check Here!

SSC CHSL Tier II 2015-2016 Results Declared: Check Here!

Staff Selection Commission, otherwise known as SSC, conducts CHSL examination every year to recruit candidates for posts of LDC (Lower Division Clerk) and DEO (Data Entry Operator). SSC conducts this exam every year on an annual basis based on number of vacancies in departments of Central Government. In the previous year, about 70 lakh students appeared for the SSC CHSL exam and this year the number is expected to increase.

Let us take a look at the SSC CHSL Tier II pattern:

SSC CHSL Tier II: Exam Pattern

SSC CHSL Tier II Exam Pattern

Name of sections

Number of questions

Marks allotted

Essay Writing

1

50

Letter Writing/ Application Writing

1

50

SSC CHSL Tier II 2015-2016 Results: Procedure to view results

Now that the SSC CHSL Tier II results are declared, we will illustrate you the procedure to view the results:

  1. Please log in to the official website of SSC i.e. www.ssc.nic.in.
  2. Look out for the ‘Results’ section and select it.
  3. Click on the tab which says “CHSL”.
  4. You will find a link saying SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam 2015 Tier 2 Result for the exam held on September 18, 2016.
  5. Click on the link which says ‘results’ to download the results in PDF format.
  6. Open the file, search you name/ roll number/ registration number in the file.
  7. Analyse the Status of results. Go through the Marks and Write up (Cut- off Marks).

                            Click Here to View the SSC CHSL Tier II 2015- 2016 Write Up

                            Click Here to View and Download the SSC CHSL Tier II 2015- 2016 Results

We hope that this article will help. Stay tuned for more updates on SSC CHSL exam. We wish you good luck!

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How to Crack SSC CHSL (10+2) LDC and DEO 2016 Exam in 10 days?

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SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 exam is round the corner and students are nervous of how to crack the exam. The SSC CHSL examination is one of the most popular exams in government jobs category. The number of students appearing for SSC CHSL 2016 keep increasing every year. Last year, about 70 lakh students had appeared for SSC CHSL examination. The SSC CHSL examination is conducted to recruit candidates for the posts of “LDC (Lower Division Clerks)” and “DEO (Data Entry Operator)”.

The SSC CHSL Tier I examination is an objective test of 200 marks which is conducted in online mode. Let us go forward and look at the exam pattern of SSC CHSL Tier I:

SSC CHSL Tier I 2016: Exam Pattern

The SSC CHSL examination will comprise of four sections namely:

  1. General Intelligence and Reasoning (Part-1)
  2. English Language (Part-2)
  3. Quantitative Aptitude (Part-3)
  4. General Awareness (Part-4)

SSC CHSL Tier I 2016: Important points

  • The examination will be conducted in online mode and the nature of the test will be objective.
  • The total time duration of the examination will be of 75 minutes.
  • There will be 100 questions in the paper and the total marks of the paper would be 200 marks.
  • A negative marking of 0.50 marks will be applicable for incorrect answer.

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SSC CHSL Tier I 2016: Important topics and syllabus

In a span of 10 days, we suggest you to go through all the topics which you have already prepared instead of going through any new topic. But the question is, what are the important topics and syllabus of SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 exam? Let us find it out:

Section Name

Important topics

Quantitative Aptitude

Arithmetic operations

Algebra

Geometry and concepts

Statistics

Mensuration

English Language

Verbs

Direct and Indirect

Sentences and sentence formation

Sentence Shuffling

Cloze Test

Reading comprehension

Idioms

Phrases

Fill in the blanks

Antonyms and synonyms

Spellings and corrections

Improvement of sentences

Active and passive

One word substitution

General Awareness

Current Affairs

Polity

Science and technology advancements

National and International Affairs

History

Geography

Economics

Sports

Awards and Honours

Books and Authors

General Intelligence and Reasoning

Building of words

Social Intelligence

Coding and Decoding

Syllogism

Analogy (Symbolic/Number)

Classification

Punched hole/pattern

Series

Drawing inferences

Figural Pattern

Number Series

Embedded figures

Figural Series

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Emotional Intelligence

Space Orientation

Mirror images

Cube and dice 

Venn Diagram

Classification (Symbolic/Number)

SSC CHSL Tier I 2016: 10- days study plan to crack SSC CHSL Tier I 2016

How to crack SSC CHSL in 10 days? An appropriate study plan is all you need to master in any exam. But, sheer hard work along with study plan will make you perform your best. So, here we present you a 10 day study plan for SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 which will help you. But, please make sure you devote an hour every day for current affairs:

Day 1 – Pick up any three topics of Reasoning, two topics of English along with three topics of General Awareness. Revise thoroughly and prepare.

Day 2 – Pick up any three topics of Quantitative Aptitude, two topics of English along with three topics of General Awareness. Revise thoroughly and prepare.

Day 3 – Solve 2 full length tests. Analyse your performance based on your preparation.

 Day 4 – Pick up any two topics from Quantitative Aptitude and revise. Polish yourself for Descriptive Questions (Summarizing, Letter and Essays). Go through last one month’s current affairs.

Day 5 – Pick up any three topics of General Awareness and two topics of English language. Solve any one sectional tests and analyse (May it be any section).

Day 6 – Brush up the current affairs and GK of last 6 months. Solve any one full length test.

Day 7- Pick up any two topics of Quantitative Aptitude and two topics of Reasoning. Go through current affairs.

Day 8- Pick up any two topics of Reasoning and two topics of English Language (include reading comprehension). Solve a GK quiz at the end.

Day 9 and Day 10- Solve full length mock tests (2 mock tests in one day). Go through Current Affairs and GK of last 6 months.

Follow this plan and boost up your preparation with confidence!

We wish you success in the SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 exam and hope that this article will help you in effective preparation by the time the ‘D- Day’ arrives. Good luck!

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SSC CHSL Exam: 1 Month Study Plan and Preparation Tips

Hello Aspirants,

Hope you are doing good! The SSC CHSL  examination is round the corner and all the aspirants are ready to hit the score board with the highest number of marks. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts CHSL examination to recruit candidates for the posts of Low Division Clerk (LDC), Data Entry Operator (DEO), Sorting Assistant and Court Clerk/ Postal Assistant.

SSC CHSL one month study plan 2016

The registrations have started by 8th of October 2016 and the last date for closing of registration has been declared as 25th November 2016. The dates of SSC CHSL exam has been declared as 7th January 2016 to 5th February 2016. The results of the SSC CHSL  examination will be declared by the month of April 2017. Let us take a look at the exam pattern of SSC CHSL Tier 1 examination. We bring you the complete guide of ‘How to prepare for SSC CHSL  2016 exam in one month or 30 days? Students need to have the perfect blend of hard work and dedication and this plan will create wonders for sure:

SSC CHSL  2016: Exam Pattern

What is the exam pattern of SSC CHSL  2016? Here we go:

  • The nature of the exam will be of objective type and the examination will be an ‘online examination’.
  • The question paper will consist of four parts/ sections namely
  • (Part-1)- General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • (Part-2)- English Language
  • (Part-3)- Quantitative Aptitude
  • (Part-4)- General Awareness / General Knowledge.
  • The duration of the examination will be of 75 Minutes.
  • The paper will consist of 100 questions worth 200 marks.
  • The questions will be in both languages: English and Hindi.
  • For every incorrect response, there will be a negative marking of 0.50 marks.

SSC CHSL  2016: Syllabus and Important Topics

What is the syllabus of SSC CHSL  2016? Let us look at the areas/ topics to focus on for preparation of SSC CHSL  2016:

Quantitative Aptitude:

  1. This section is more about practice and conceptual base. The more you practice the more you can score in this section.
  2. Practice questions from previous year papers as they would give you an idea of what is asked.
  3. Try to invest more time in this section as Quant section is mostly time taking in nature.
  4. The important topics of ‘Quantitative Aptitude’ are as follows:

  • Arithmetic systems
  • Algebra and operations
  • Geometry
  • Mensuration
  • Statistics

English Language:

  1. Try to understand grammar usage and strengthen your vocabulary.
  2. Read different books which will improve your vocabulary. Keep a note of some new words, learn them and use them.
  3. The important topics of ‘English Language’ are as follows:

  • Gap fillers
  • Antonyms and synonyms
  • Spellings and associated corrections
  • Sentences and improvement of sentences
  • Active and passive voice
  • Verbs and forms
  • Direct and Indirect narration
  • Sentences
  • Shuffling of sentences
  • Cloze Test
  • Reading comprehension
  • Idioms and phrases
  • One word substitution

General Awareness/ General Knowledge:

  1. This section is the most ‘unpredictable’ sections of all.
  2. Go through newspapers on a daily basis. You will get an idea of what is happening in national and international domain
  3. Watch news and important topics covered all around the world. Current affairs is one of the most vital parts asked in general awareness section.
  4. The important topics of ‘General Awareness’ are as follows:

  • Current affairs
  • History and culture
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Policies
  • Science and technology
  • National and International events

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

  1. This section is all about logic. Sharpen your logical skills and you will easily be able to solve these questions.
  2. Try to finish this section in a short span of time. Allot the rest of time to tough sections like ‘Quantitative Aptitude”.
  3. The important topics of ‘General Intelligence and Reasoningare as follows:

  • Drawing inferences
  • Figural Pattern – folding and completion
  • Word Building
  • Social Intelligence
  • Coding and de-coding
  • Syllogism
  • Analogy
  • Symbolic operations
  • Symbolic/Number Analogy
  • Figural Classification
  • Punched hole/pattern
  • Series
  • Number Series
  • Embedded figures
  • Figural Series
  • Critical Thinking
  • Problem Solving
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Space Orientation
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Classification (Symbolic/Number)
  • Drawing inferences
  • Figural Pattern Word Building
  • Social Intelligence
  • Coding and de-coding
  • Syllogisms
  • Mirror images and water images
  • Cube and dice 

SSC CHSL  2016: One month study plan/ 30 days study plan

Week

What to do?

Week 1 (Focus on General Knowledge)

  • This weak is meant forGeneral Knowledge’
  • Focus on ‘Static GK’ questions
  • Keep a note of the current affairs of last one month
  • Cover topics like Indian History, Geography (physical), Economy and theories, Polity etc.

Week 2 (Focus on General Intelligence and Reasoning)

  • This weak is meant forGeneral Intelligence and Reasoning’
  • Practice questions from topics of caselets, puzzles, venn diagrams,
  • Practice topics which will be less time taking among all imp topics.
  • Go through question papers of pervious years to get an idea of what is asked.

Week 3 (Focus on Quantitative Aptitude)

  • This weak is meant forQuantitative Aptitude’
  • Practice questions from this section in a rigorous manner.
  • Practice questions from topics which are frequently asked in SSC CHSL exams.
  • Cover topics like DI, Arithmetic etc. Learn short tricks to approach questions faster.

Week 4 (Focus on English Language)

 
  • This weak is meant forEnglish Language’
  • Keep a notebook for all imp words and use them. Go through different grammar books.
  • Cover topics like one word substitution, analogy, antonyms and synonyms etc.

We hope that this plan will help you score high in SSC CHSL  2016. Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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SSC CHSL Admit Card 2016 LDC DEO(10+2) Released – Download Now

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Staff Selection Commission has released the admit cards for the Combined Higher Secondary Level(CHSL) examination to be scheduled from 7th January to 5th february 2017. The SSC will conduct the exam in two tiers as given below:

Exam

Dates

SSC CHSL Tier I exam

7th January to 5th February , 2017

SSC CHSL Tier II exam

9th April 2017

Those who qualify in Tier 2 will have to appear for a skill test – typing test of 15 minutes duration.


<Click here for FREE SSC CHSL Tier-1 Mock test

The SSC conducts CHSL exam to recruit candidates for Lower Division Clerks(LDC) and Data Entry Operator(DEO) posts. The vacancy details are given below:

Name of the Post

No. of Vacancies

Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant

3281

Lower Division Clerk

1321

Data Entry Operator

506

Court Clerk

26

Total

3923


 


The admit card of SSC CHSL 2016 will have following details:

  • Name of the candidate
  • Postal Address of the candidate
  • Exam and Reporting Time
  • Exam code
  • Exam Centre Address
  • Date and time of the exam
  • Category
  • Photo
  • Signature

SSC CHSL Admit Card/Call Letter – How to Download

Candidates need to visit the official website of SSC.

  • Click on the ‘Admit Card’ Section of the Official Website.
  • The admit card will be avaiable for each region separately.Click on the desired region to obtain the hall ticket.
  • The link for admit card will be available after entering the necessary details such as Roll Number/Registration Number, Date of Birth/Password.
  • Once you enter the login details, the admit card will be available for download.
  • Take a print out of the admit card for future reference.

SSC CHSL Admit card for LDC, DEO, 10+2 Exam – Region wise download

SSC will release the admit card regionwise. So, select the desired region from the table to view the admit card.

Region

Admit Card

Eastern Region

http://www.sscer.org/

Kerala Karnataka Region

http://www.ssckkr.kar.nic.in/

Southern Region

http://www.sscsr.gov.in/

North Eastern Region

http://www.sscner.org.in/

Western Region

http://www.sscwr.net/

Madhya Pradesh Region

http://www.sscmpr.org/

Central Region

http://www.ssc-cr.org/

North Western Region

http://www.sscnwr.org/

Northern Region

http://sscnr.net.in/

Important Instructions for SSC CHSL Admit Card/Call Letter:

  • The admit card of SSC CHSL 2016 will be verified at the time of entry in the exam hall, during the exam and at the time of final selection process.
  • The admit card will be valid for only the candidate whose particulars are mentioned on it. If someone else uses the document, it will be a punishable offence.
  • Read the instructions mentioned on the SSC CHSL Hall Ticket 2016 well the exam.
  • Note the reporting time and venue details carefully.


 

Things to carry along with the SSC CHSL Admit Card/Hall Ticket 2016

Given below is the list of documents need to be carried along with the Admit Card:

  • Photo ID Proof
  • Passport Size Photographs- 3 No's
  • Election ID(Voter ID)
  • Driving License
  • ID Card by any government agencies

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2016 Download - FAQ's 

Q1. What I should do if there is lot of delay in accessing the Admit Card page?

Ans : Don’t get panic, some time due to large number of pings at server it happens, just wait for 5-10 Minutes and start fresh Login.

Q2. I am unable to login / screen displays the login failed message?

Ans: Use Correct Registration No/Roll Number as received at the time of registration.

Q3. I am unable to generate call letter?

Ans: Try to login for number of times in a day after some Interval, if still unsuccessful, the contactSSC Helpdesk.

Q4. What to do after downloading the Admit Card ?

Ans: The candidates after downloading the Admit Card of SSC CHSL should take a print out of the same. The Admit Card should be carried along with the other documents to the examination centres.

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SSC CHSL 2016 :Revised Application Submission Date and Age Limit (Notification)

SSC CHSL 2016 :Revised Application Submission Date and Age Limit (Notification)

Staff Selection Commission or SSC conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level exam every year. More than 1 million candidates attend SSC CHSL exam every year. This post is also known as Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/ Data Entry Operator(DEO). This is a junior level post dealing with clerical work, entering data on computer, keeping track of all the documents.

The notification regarding SSC CHSL exam 2016 has been released on October 8. The last date for applying was November 11.

Revised Apply dates for SSC CHSL 2016 exam :

Events

Dates

Start date of Online Application

October 8, 2016

End date of Online application

November 25, 2016

Generation of Online Challan

November 23, 2016

Payment of Fees, Online and Offline

November 25, 2016

The last date for submission of application has been extended by 14 days. Now it will be updated by November 25, 2016 till 5 pm. The mode of applying will be online only. All the other mode of application will be rejected.

Revised Age limit for applying to SSC CHSL exam :


The commission has revised the age limit criteria in order to apply for the CHSL(10+2) exam 2016.


The new age limit is as follows:

  • The Notice mentions that the age limit will be calculated based on 01-01-2017.

  • The Cutoff is based on the DoP&T’s instruction. A number of have been received by the Commission for relaxation in the cut off date to 01.08.2016.

  • The interest of the candidates, the Commission has accepted the proposal to allow the candidates fulfilling the age criteria as on 01-08-2016.

  • The candidates meeting the age criteria as on 01.08.2016 and also on 01-01-2017 are eligible for applying.

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Topper’s Tips to Score Good Marks in English in SSC CHSL 2016

SSC CHSL Preparation tips for English

When it comes to preparing for a competitive examination, English Language has been one of those sections where students hesitate to attempt the questions. How to tackle this fear? Well, there is no shortcut to it. The only way is preparation. If you prepare thoroughly, English Language can be one of the most scoring sections.

The pattern of the SSC CHSL examination would be as follows:

Date of Computer Based Test

Part

Subject

No of batches

Questions

Marks

Time Duration

07.01.2017 to 05.02.2017

I

General Intelligence (Basic Knowledge)

Timing for 2 Batches /day

First batch: 10 AM- 11.15AM

Second Batch – 4.15PM- 5.30PM

Timing for 3 batches /day

Batch 1: 10AM-11.15AM

Batch 2: 1.15PM-2.30PM

Batch 3: 4.15Pm- 5.30PM

25

50

75 Minutes

II

English Language (Basic Knowledge)

25

50

III

Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)

25

50

IV

General Awareness (Current Affairs)

25

50

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SSC CHSL: Important points

  • The Tier I will be an online test will comprise of multiple choice type questions.
  • The test will comprise of four parts –I, II, III, IV. Part –I will comprises of General Intelligence, English Language (Basic Knowledge), Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill) and General Awareness.
  • The test will be of total 200 marks with 25 questions from each section.
  • A negative mark of 0.50 marks will be applicable to every incorrect response.
  • The total time of the entire test is 75 minutes.
  • Tier II will be a descriptive test which will carry 100 marks and the test duration will be of 1 hour.

SSC CHSL: How to prepare for English

  You cannot master in English in just one day. You need to devote some sincere efforts and then English seems easy.

 The following list of important topics need to be worked on a daily basis:

  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Error Spotting
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Idioms/ Phrases
  • Spelling Mistakes
  • Sentence Correction
  • Cloze Test
  • Reading Comprehension
  • One Word Substitution

  1. For Synonyms and Antonyms, go through different books and sources to find out new words. List them, find out their meanings, google their synonyms and antonyms and learn them. Note down those words in a notebook which will help you for future reference.

  2. For topics like one word substitution and idioms and phrases, go through questions asked in previous papers. Practice questions from previous years and standard mock tests.

  3. For topics like fill in the blanks, you need to practice variety of questions from different books. Before answering these questions, read the sentence carefully. Make sure the word you have used to fill in the blank fits in well with the sentence.

  4. For error spotting questions and spelling mistakes questions, read the sentence carefully again and again. This will help you easily detect the errors. Do check the subject- verb agreement as it will help you to easily spot the error.

  5. Read magazines, newspapers and articles. It will help you to improve your proficiency in English.

  6. Make your grammar basics strong. This will make your foundation strong and make you easily solve all types of questions.

We hope that this article helps you in your preparation for SSC CHSL. Follow our website for more updates and significant job notifications. Stay tuned!

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Effective Preparation Tips and Strategy for SSC CHSL Exam 2016

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will be conducting the Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination for the post of LDC and DEO in the administrative offices that comes under Government of India.

SSC CHSL Exam 2016 Preparation Tips

About SSC CHSL Exam 2016 :

SSC CHSL 2016 will be held in two tiers. Tier 1 will be an objective paper and tier 2 will test the writing skills/typing skills of the candidates.

SSC CHSL 2016 Tier-I Exam:- Tier-I Exam is consists of 200 Marks & Total Time Duration for this exam is 75 Minutes.

S.No.

Subjects

Questions

1

General Intelligence & Reasoning

25

2

English Language

25

3

Quantitative Aptitude

25

4

General Awareness

25

Total

100


 

  • Each section carries equal weightage.

  • It should be noted by candidates is that there will be a Negative Marking of 0.50 Marks in this Exam.

  • There will be NO Sectional Cut Offs for CHSL 2016 Exam.

Prepration Strategy for SSC CHSL 2016 Tier 1 Online Exam

Time Management is a crucial factor in the SSC CHSL exam. Attempt those sections first which are well prepared. Marks for Tier 1 will be added to Final Merit so try to attempt more questions with good accuracy. Given below is an ideal time distribution Strategy for CHSL Tier 1 Exam.

Subjects Time Duration
Reasoning 15-20 Minutes
English 10-15 Minutes
General Awareness 5-10 Minutes
Quantitative Aptitude 25-30 Minutes

Accuracy & Speed will be the Key for Getting Good Marks in Tier 1 Exam as per New Exam Scheme.


Section-wise Preparation Tips:

General Intelligence & Reasoning: General Intelligence & Reasoning section is very important aspect of this exam.

  • This is a high scoring section and candidates needs to focus more on this part.

  • Reasoning questions are less time taking than Aptitude questions in SSC exams.

  • This section needs concentration. With proper guidance & ample practice candidates can get full marks.

  • This section needs concentration. With proper guidance & ample practice candidates can get full marks.

    Important Topics for General Intelligence & Reasoning

    Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Semantic Classification,Venn Diagrams, Symbolic/Number Classification, Semantic Series, Figurative Pattern – folding and completion, Number Series, Coding and de-coding, Problem Solving.

English Language:- Another important & scoring part of SSC exam is General English.

  • In this section candidates needs to focus more on selected topics like Errors,Comprehension, Cloze Test.

  • It is often seen that candidates seems this part tough & less scoring. But this part is easy to score & less time consuming.

  • The aspirants should prepare for rules of Grammar and its correct usage in right perspective.

  • Try to increase your reading speed and vocabulary.

    Important Topics for English Language

    Spot the Error, Fill in the Blanks, Spellings/ Detecting Mis-spelt words, Idioms & Phrases, One word substitution, Cloze Passage,Comprehension Passage.

Quantitative Aptitude: Qunat is the section which plays a mighty role in the marks & deciding the merit list of candidates. Candidates who scores in this section have a good chance to score beyond 130+ marks out of 200.

  • This is a time consuming section. You need a good practice.

  • Try to solve Qunatitative aptitude mock test and sample papers.

  • Candidates should learn mathematical formulae and concepts before the exam.

  • Get familiar with some short cut tricks which will save time.

  • Focus on accurate answers of the questions asked.

Important topics for Quantitative Aptitude

Decimal and Fractions, Relationship between numbers, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss,Time and distance, Time and work, Trigonometry, Geometry, Use of Tables and Graphs: Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar-diagram, Pie-chart.

General Awareness:- General Awareness is a vast topic. The candidate should analyze each and every topic which are in news and prepare accordingly.

  • This section can be a scoring section if a proper strategy is made.

  • Prepare important questions from each topic.

  • Do not waste too much time in this section.

  • Important Topics for General Awareness

    History, Geography, Art & Culture, Indian Polity & Constitution, Economy & Finance, Science and Technology

Tips for SSC CHSL Descriptive Test:- This section will test the application and proper usage of english grammar. Practice letter writing, application writing, essay writing and precise writing to score well in this section.

Tips for SSC CHSL Typing Test/ Skill Test:- Candidates have to focus on their typing speed with preparation of written exam because it is not an one day affair to get 35 w.p.m or 8000 key depression per hour. Candidates have to practice regularly to attain typing speed. Only qualifying written exam doesn’t work, you have to pass in Typing Test also. Candidate need to give regular 1 Hour for Typing of English/ Hindi.

Tips to Crack SSC CHSL Exam: Candidates need to follow following Tips to crack SSC exam:-

  • Cover the complete syllabus at least once and keep time for revision.

  • Take practice questions after the completion of each topic.

  • Read newspapers, GK magazines daily and also make a note of on latest headlines.

  • Mock Tests:-After you complete the syllabus, try Mock Tests as per the latest exam pattern.It helps you to discover your weak points. Try to strengthen these weak areas.

All the Best for the Exam.

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SSC CHSL(10+2) 2016 Notification Out - Check Here Details

Staff Selection Commission(SSC) CHSL(10+2) 2016 invites applications for the posts of Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant , Data Entry Operator , Lower Division Clerk and Court Clerk. Eligible candidates may apply Online before 7th November 2016.

Name of the Post: Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant , Data Entry Operator , Lower Division Clerk and Court Clerk

Total No. of Posts: 3934

Minimum Educational Qualification: 10+2

Vacancy Details:

Name of the Post No. of Vacancies
Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant 3281
Lower Division Clerk 1321
Data Entry Operator 506
Court Clerk 26

Important Dates:

Events Timelines
Date of Advertisement 07th October 2016
Opening date of Online Registration of Application 08th October 2016
Closing date of Online Registration of Application 07th November 2016
Online Exam for Tier-I 07th January 2017 to 05th February 2017
Tier-II(Descriptive Test) Exam Date 09th April 2017

Exam Pattern for SSC CHSL 2016:

Sr.No.

Name of the Sections

No. of  Questions

Maximum Marks

01

General Intelligence

25

50

02

English Language

25

50

03

Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

04

General Awareness

25

50

Note: Written exam consists of Objective Type Multiple choice questions only. There is negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

Age Limit: 18 to 27 years

Application Fees: Rs. 100/-(Rupees One Hundred only).

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