Now you are learning about SSC Constable exam. You will be know Exam strategy in this unit. The SSC Constable exam is devided into these simple part given below
General Intelligence & Reasoning
The preparation of reasoning or general intelligence does not require any special kind of knowledge or exposure as it tests the mental alertness and logical skills of the aspirants. To be an expertise of this particular section, one needs to understand the nature
of questions first by having a look on the recently held examination paper and then start preparation on that base.
The aspirants are suggested to take the time-bound tests as much as they can. For this they have to develop the skills of time management that will train them to take how much time for what type of questions?
The aspirants must go through the each and every details of all the topics covered under this section. They need to know the essential basics of each topic so that they will feel comfortable while answering the questions. A basic book on ‘General Intelligence’ covering both verbal and non-verbal types can serve the purpose of those starting preparation of this section for the first time.
While doing the questions of non-verbal reasoning one must have a tight watch on the movement of the figures concerned. The all components of the diagram, their position, direction, size must be taken into consideration by the aspirants as that will give an idea about the right option for the problem concerned. Making the command over the subject of general intelligence can save a lot of precious time that one can spend in doing the other section of the test. Practicing more and more will help the cause and make you feel very comfortable with this time consuming subjects.
General Knowledge & Awareness
In order to solve the questions of the section ‘General Awareness’, it is required to understand the nature of the question. Since, the
questions are of multiple choice, knowledge of facts is must along with analytical and interpretative skills. So, while reading, the
candidate should try to gain in-depth knowledge of the subject. Following is the broad category of topics in which the syllabus of
General Awareness section is divided
- History of India, and Indian National Movement
- India and World Geography
- Indian Polity and Governance
- Economic and Social Development
- General Science
- Current Events
The questions asked from this section are very basic in nature requiring the through knowledge of basic Mathematics from class- V to class-X. If you are preparing for the first time then the NCERT books of Mathematics may prove boon to you. To solve the questions of this section very efficiently and accurately you must need to know the certain things:
~ The basic rules applied in each chapter.
~ All the formulas and their application to solve the sums.
~ Must know the traditional way of solving any sum and then after you can practice the short cut trick to solve the same as this will clear your concept of understanding the basic very well.
~ Basic calculations and approximation concepts are highly needed to do the sums of statistical analysis.
~ The concept of percentage must be understood very well as it plays crucial role in the entire Arithmetic operations.
~ For the section of Mensuration and Airthmetic one needs to learn all the essential formulas by rote as they sometimes directly drive the aspirants to the right option.
This section tests your basic knowledge of the English language. Your English language ability would be tested
through the questions on grammar, vocabulary, sentence arrangement, synonyms, antonyms, comprehension of a
passage etc. To prepare well the subject of English language you are suggested to do the following things.
Enriching your vocabulary as much as you can.
Have a strong command over the antonyms and synonyms of a number of words as it helps while
comprehending the passage concerned.
Learn the idioms and phrases by rote and use them in framing sentences.
Learn the rules of parts of speech in Grammar as it is highly helpful in doing the questions on common errors.
The concept of ‘Tense’ must be understood very clearly by the aspirants as it is the backbone of the entire
Develop a habit of reading a daily national newspaper as you will come across a number of new and recent
English words while reading it. Try to memorise those words along with their proper use.