04 December, 2016

How to Crack SSC CHSL in first attempt? 8 Best Preparation Tips

Dear Aspirants,
In this article we are going to discuss few very effective and sure cut tips to crack SSC CHSL Exam. Since the main theme of the article is how to prepare for combined higher secondary level Exam thus through out this post we have presented  best tips to crack SSC CHSL Exam in first attempt. We have formulated the article in such a way that any candidate with a least knowledge about this exam can easily start preparation for combined higher secondary level examination and can crack it with minimal effort in very first attempt. For more details about Effective SSC CHSL Preparation tips read this complete article.


How to Prepare for SSC CHSL Exam to crack in first attempt?

Topics discussed in this article are as follows:



i.SSC CHSL Exam Details
  • CHSL Exam Pattern
ii.SSC CHSL Preparation Plan and Strategy

iii.8 Best tips for SSC CHSL Exam Preparation



i.SSC CHSL Exam Details:

SSC CHSL is one of the most popular and Competitive higher secondary (10+2) Level examinations. Every year staff selection commission conducts the examination to recruit various assistant jobs to serve in various government ministries, Departments, Postal services. The examination is popular for youth due to its educational requirements for the posts which is only 10+2. So a huge number of candidates apply for the examination but only a few able to make their name in final list. 



This year combined higher secondary level exam is conducted to recruit for vacancies in following categories

  • DEO (Data entry and operator) 
  • LDC (Lower Divisional Clark) 
  • Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant 
  • Court Clark 
Last  year staff selection has notified that the examination is conducted to recruit for following number of Seats in different categories.
Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant: 3281 Posts
Lower Divisional Clark: 1321 Posts
Data Entry Operator: 506 Posts
Court Clark : 26 Posts

According to the Notification the candidates of 18-27 years of Age can apply for the examination whereas the Relaxation for different categories is as per govt. rule i.e. 
OBC: 3 years of relaxation i.e. 18 – 30 years
SC/ST: 5 years of relaxation i.e. 18- 32 years
PH: 10 years of relaxation i.e. 18- 38 years.
And for combined categories i.e. OBC (PH) and SC/ST (PH) the relaxation age will increase as combining both category relaxations

ii.Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam Pattern

SSC CHSL examination is conducted in three Tier namely
Tier 1: Objective Type Online examination: In this stage a online examination is conducted. Here the examination paper contains 100 questions and each question carries 2 marks each i.e. total mark allocated to this paper is 200. The exam paper contains four sections i.e.
a. General Intelligence (25 Questions i.e. 50 Mark)
b. English Language (25 Questions i.e. 50 Marks)
c. Quantitative Aptitude (25 questions i.e. 50 Marks)
d. General Awareness (25 Questions i.e. 50 Marks)

The time allocated to complete this paper is 75 minute. Again there is a negative marking for each wrong Answer of question. The value of negative marking is 0.5 marks for each Wrong Answer. The mark obtain in this paper is included to prepare final merit list.

Tier II: This is the Pen and Paper based examination and Descriptive type examination where the candidates writing skill is tested which is very necessary in all government jobs. The Examination is comprises of 100 mark and the time allocated for the examination is one hour. The exam paper contains Essay Writing and Letter/Application writing questions. This paper needs a minimum qualifying mark to qualify the examination. The minimum qualifying mark for this paper is 33% .The marks obtain in this paper is include to prepare final Merit list. Candidate can give the examination in either Hindi or English Language as per their choice of medium.

Tier III: Tier three is Computer proficiency test or Skill test or typing test whichever is required as per post requirement. This Tier is only qualifying in nature and marks obtained in this Tier will be added to prepare the final list. The Required typing speed for different posts is as follows:

DEO: 8000 key depression per hour on computer. And 8000 is calculated on correct word entry in computer by candidates. The Duration of the test is 15 minute i.e. candidates needs to enter 2000-2200 keyword/ word from the given passage. 

Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant: Here the typing speed should be 35 word per minute for the candidates who opted for English typing and 30 word for the candidates who opted for Hindi typing. The test is conducted for 10 minute i.e. candidates need to type 350 correct words for English and 300 correct words in Hindi from the given passage.
For more details of SSC CHSL Exam Pattern and Syllabus Read this article

iii.SSC CHSL Exam Preparation Plan & Strategy:

  • a. The first and the foremost thing that a candidate has to do is study the whole syllabus of the examination. Download the syllabus for both tier1 and tier 2 examinations and print it out so that it becomes handy to you and you can analysis at any time you need.
  • b. Secondly find the topics and field of the syllabus which are easier to you and which are tougher. Note down every Strength point and Weaknesses on topic wise and try to overcome it.
  • c. Thirdly make a planned routine of your study time and divide the study time depending upon the importance of the topic. Give more time to weaker areas and less time to topics which you feel easier than other.
  • d. Fourthly, If you are preparing for tier 1 exam then give more time to Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension since questions from these topics questions are somewhat tougher than other section that is reasoning and GK. 
  • e. Fifthly, While preparing if you get any shortcut trick to solve any question then note it down in a notebook for further references. Find other shortcut tricks for solving Quantities aptitude questions.
  • f. Revise and revise the weaker areas so that you can develop the solving tricks for tough questions. Revision is the only key to success.
  • g. Lastly Download all previous year question papers and also find out cut off marks and make a details analysis how questions are asked and how many students were appeared in the examination, how many of them able to clear the cut offs and make estimated cut off so that you can prepare accordingly. 
  • Read more other CHSL Exam preparation Tips Here

iii.8 best  Tips for SSC CHSL Exam Preparation:

Though the difficulty level of the examination is not so high but due to competition Level of the examination is very high so every candidates need more focused and planed study so as to survive in the entire tier and make the name in the final list. Thus some study Tips and Tricks is most essential so that a candidate can easily learn more in very less time. Aspirants have to utilise all your study time perfectly and smartly. Few of the Tips & tricks that every candidate should follow during the Preparation are given below:

1. Select Best books For Preparation: Books are the key to success for any competitive examination. There are many books are flooded in the market but all the book are not so good that you can follow. Thus while buying any study material do a good research and select best book and buy them. Read This article to on  expert recommended best books for CHSL exam Preparation

2. Focus more on important topics of CHSL Exam Syllabus: As we have already mentioned that all the exam syllabus topics which is provided is not equally important. There are few topics with higher importance and few topics with less importance. Point out the more important topics and less important topic. Do analysis from previous year question papers. Give more time and more emphasis for more important topics and lesser time for less important topics.

3. Revise as much as You Can: If you find any topic which is bit difficult to remember but very important for the examination then revise those topics more and more times. If you don’t have enough time for your revision then make a chart of important formula's and hang out in your room wall. Or paste is on your study table so that you can check them any time you need during study. You can also make wallpapers in Laptop or mobile and try to memorise it anyhow.

4. Doing Course Related Activities: In our day to day life we do many things which have no learning components like we play some games in mobile from where we don’t learn anything. Try to play mobile games which helps you to prepare like play IQ game, English word rush game; try to solve puzzle games available on smart phone etc. If you like to watch movies then try to watch English movies in order to  improve your English Comprehension and vocabulary. While typing message  or chatting with friend in mobile, enable dictionary it will help you to learn correct spelling of English word.

5. Mock Test: Always test your knowledge level  to further improve your preparation. Set time for mock test or practise in regular interval i.e. take any previous year question paper or any model paper and test yourself where you stand in the competition. Identify weaker area and try to overcome it with more and more practise.

6. Managing Time accordingly in Exam: Only good preparation and Subject knowledge is not enough all the time for cracking any competitive examination. Competitive examination is time dependent in nature. Questions are not that so difficult, if you are given sufficient time then you will be able to solve all the question but if you are bounded to a time frame then the same question paper will be difficult to solve in that time frame. Make good strategy to manage the time during the examination. Following are the few things that you can do to manage the provided time.
Try to attempt the easier questions first which you can solve in single look. Don’t try to be attached more on any question. If you find a simple difficulty leave the question move to next.
Try to attempt the English and GK section first because these sections take lesser time to be solved.

7. Don’t Play Guessing Games: Since the exam paper contains negative marking so don’t try to guess and answer. If you not 100% sure about the answer of any question then leave it. Generally we have a tendency that, if we are 30% sure about the answer try to give the answer. Single mistake and 0.5 of your owned mark gone. So we suggest not to guessing any answer.

8. News Paper and Magazines: Newspaper and the Magazines like the Hindu, Indian times, Competition Success Review are the key of your Current Affair. Daily invent your 1 hour on reading newspapers, Magazines and see TV news channels.

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