Staff Selection Commission conducts the SSC CGL Exam every year and this year also SSC CGL 2021 exam has been notified. SSC CGL TIER 1 is scheduled for the month of May-June 2021. The online application is closed and millions of aspirants have applied for the same. The SSC CGL exam date has been mentioned in the official notification. This year SSC has not declared the date of admit card and tier II and tier III exams. SSC CGL comprises four sections: General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Comprehension.
All the sections carry equal weightage in the exam therefore aspirants should give equal importance to all the sections while doing exam preparations for SSC CGL 2021 TIER I EXAM. Quantitative Aptitude is such a section that is very scoring but challenging. It involves lots of concepts and length calculation-based topics that need to be mastered before sitting for the final exam.
Strategy to prepare Quant Section for SSC Exam
Before starting the exam preparation for the QA section of the SSC CGL TIER I exam it is very important to know the exam pattern and syllabus. QA section comprises 25 MCQs based on the latest syllabus prescribed by SSC. It is advisable to note down or download the entire QA syllabus and keep a copy with you. Further, candidates should frame the study plan to prepare for the section. There are some significant tips to prepare for QA Section these are:
1. Buy inclusive study material based on the latest syllabus.
Study material is a key tool to prepare for the exam hence choose it cautiously. The right study material will give you the right topics to prepare for the exam. The candidates who are not preparing for the relevant topics tend to fail in the exam because QA is a scoring section. It boosts your overall score.
2. Segregate the syllabus topics according to your difficulty level.
Segregate the topics mentioned in the syllabus into two, categories these are difficult and easy. All the candidates are familiar with the topics because the syllabus is based on the secondary level syllabus. The segregation of topics will help the candidates to prepare the best strategy to prepare for the Quant section for SSC CGL Exam and other SSC EXAMS. The syllabus is the same for all the SSC EXAMS conducted by SSC. Prepare all the topics thoroughly as this preparation can assist you in appearing for more than one SSC EXAM in the future.
3. Make a list of important formulas and concepts
Prepare a list of important formulas and concepts. Revise it daily and learn them by heart. This exercise will boost your speed in solving direct conceptual questions in the exam.
4. Join the best online test series for SSC exam
There is a number of reputed educational brands offering online test series for SSC CGL EXAM. They have prepared the test series in consultation with highly educated and experienced subject experts. Shortlist at least 4 to 5 brands and decide on the one that is offering the most competitive test series based on the latest exam pattern.
5. Identify your weaknesses
Analyze your performance in the mock tests attempted. Assess your performance by giving a thorough look at the analysis provided by the experts. Work on the weaknesses identified simultaneously.
6. Take doubt sessions regularly
In case you have joined a reputed SSC Coaching Classes in Chandigarh or nearby then you are sure to get one doubt session in a week. Attend the doubt sessions regularly to make your weaknesses into strengths. It will boost your speed and conceptual knowledge.
7. Practice topic tests, speed tests, and full-length mock tests
Every aspirant should do a lot of practice. The practice is the only key to get the best outcomes of the hours devoted to learning the concepts. Online test series consists of topic tests, speed tests, and full-length mock tests. Take the test series according to the topics prepared every day. Keep weekends for revision when you can take full-length mock tests. Practice as much as you can to acquire speed and accuracy in all the topics of the QA syllabus.
8. Keep a track record of the performance of mock tests attempted
Keep a close check on your preparation. The track record of the performance will help you know your level of understanding. In case you are not performing well in the mock tests, there is no need to worry. Candidates should continue with the practice of mock tests.
These are some significant tips that one should follow while preparing for the QA Section of SSC CGL and other SSC Exams.
Work hard and smart to get the best outcomes of the time and energy invested in the process of preparing for the exam.
All the best!!!!