Like every year the competition level in SSC CHSL Tier-1 2020 has risen to a new high and thus all of the candidates need to be extra prepared for the examination. This exam is a difficult one, and clearing it is a challenge for many. To help you boost your score, here are some tips, following which you’ll surely get a higher score.
Revise the important topics:
The SSC CHSL exam is of maximum 200 marks and having 100 questions which are divided into four sections of 25 marks. The four sections are Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, General Awareness and General Intelligence and Reasoning. Here’s an assortment of important topics for SSC CHSL 2020 from all these sections which you must revise before appearing for the examination.
- General Intelligence and Reasoning
The important topics under this section are classification, analogy, coding-decoding, puzzle, matrix, Venn-diagram, word formation, direction and distance, series, blood relations, emotional and social intelligence, critical thinking, verbal and non-verbal reasoning.
- General Awareness
Indian history, culture, current affairs, science, sports, books and authors, portfolios, important schemes, people in the news, awards and their importance, computers, geography, economy, population census, and polity.
- Quantitative Aptitude
The important topics under this section are simplification, averages, percentage, ratio and proportions, interest, problems on ages, speed, distance, and time, number system, data interpretation, mensuration, time and work, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.
- English Language and Comprehension
Reading Comprehension, Fill in the blank exercises, spellings, phrases and idioms, one-word substitutions, sentence correction, error spotting, synonyms and antonyms.
Focus and speed and accuracy
There is a negative marking of 0.5 marks for wrong answers, so you can waste the marks of even your correct answers if you answer incorrectly. Also, maintaining speed is a very critical element in enhancing your score.
Manage Your Time
You can effectively manage your time by devoting your time to the sections you’re stronger in. The fact that there are no sectional cut-offs or sectional time limits, can help you maximize your score in the exam.
Practice a lot
The key to preparing for any exam a few days before it is scheduled to take place is that one should focus as much as they can towards practising on what they’ve already learnt rather than deviating attention towards new topics.
Relax Your Mind
The most important factor for success is that one should attempt without any kind of stress. Under stress, an individual can hardly perform her best. Thus, you must take the exam with a positive outlook without fearing about the outcomes.