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9th July 2018, 10:19 PM
Re: How to succeed in SSC combined graduate level exam

Hi buddy will you plz let me know how to succeed in SSC combined graduate level exam , as I am going to appear in this exam this year ???
9th July 2018, 10:19 PM
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Re: How to succeed in SSC combined graduate level exam

As you want here I am telling preparation tips to succeed in SSC combined graduate level exam:

Tips for General Awareness
Current Affairs App: Since you have more than two months of time, go through the notes and capsules in the App. Also, take the Daily/Weekly/Monthly Quizzes.
Static GK: These capsules are important to keep you up to date on trivia and events and to boost your General Awareness.
GK Quiz: Improve your General Awareness with these short quizzes. To prepare for SSC CGL Tier 1 exam and simultaneously test yourself, these quizzes are the best platform.
Current Affairs Capsules: If you dont have an Android app, read Daily/Monthly Capsules of the past 3 months.
Current Affairs Quiz: Make it a point to take these quizzes daily.

Quantitative Aptitude
Testbook Quant: Carefully go through all the shortcuts, concepts and tips.
Testbook Quant Quiz: Assess yourself with these tiny quizzes having solutions to fix your mistakes on the spot.
Math Shortcut Tricks: Shortcut tricks can help you big time in Quantitative Aptitude.
Take one mock test daily leading up to the exam.
Practice on app daily. When youre travelling or bored. When you sit down to practice.
Read all the solutions carefully to understand the concepts used in the questions.

English Language

Practice at least 10 comprehension passages daily. The trick here is to read the questions before you read the passage, as then while reading the passage you will know exactly what you are looking for. In fact, sometimes, the answers to all the questions which follow the passage lie in the initial paragraphs.

Since you have to prepare for the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam, you probably get to read a lot. Whenever you come across a new word, check the meaning of the word and try to reuse it and its synonyms and antonyms in sentences. Also, make sure you do this for all the new words that you come across in the model/previous years’ question papers and while studying Current Affairs. Do make it a point to go through our Word Power Made Easy Capsules to learn memory techniques for vocabulary, grammar lessons, tips, tricks and more.

Just like vocabulary, your grammar will also improve if you read more sincerely. In any case, try as many questions as you can on:

Error Spotting
Phrase Replacement
Fill in the Blanks

Once you exhaust model/previous years’ papers, move over to other sources to practice at least 30 questions of grammar each day. Try to quickly scan across newspapers like ‘The Hindu’ daily. Some other sources you can rely on are:

English for Competitive Exams Modules: The best technique for contextual usage, grammar.
Testbook English Quiz: Practice questions in tiny quizzes and see where you stand among your peers.
Grammarly: Type in your grammar-related query on Google and click on the links from Grammarly.
English Stack Exchange: Type in your grammar-related query on Google and click on links from English Stack Exchange. Or visit the forum to learn English in an unstructured format, one doubt at a time.
Thesaurus: Learn synonyms and antonyms for different words.

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