Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recruits' lakhs of students every year. This is a central government agency which is aimed at providing jobs specially to graduate level students under various departments like -
SSC conducts a variety of exams for 10th level students, 12th level students and graduate level students. Candidates mainly appear for SSC CGL and SSC CHSL exams.
Below the blog you will find the preparation guide for SSC exams like SSC CGL and SSC CHSL.
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The candidates who apply for SSC Exams are offered various posts which are as follows-
English Section is one of the sections which can be attempted in less time. SSC English is the section which is sometimes found a bit scoring and sometimes a bit tough by most of the candidates appearing for various SSC exams.
Below in the blog you will find some important tips which can prove useful to attempt this section.
Check out the number of questions asked in Tier 1 and Tier 2 in 2014 and 2015.
|Topic||Tier I (2014)||Tier I (2015)|
|Idioms and phrases||5||5|
|Topic||Tier II (2014)||Tier II (2015)|
|Idioms and phrases||10||10|
Since SSC mainly cater for SSC CGL and SSC CHSL exams. In both the exams there is a slight difference in the syllabus asked. So have a look at the syllabus of SSC CGL and SSC CHSL.
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Strengthen your vocabulary skills. Read English books, novels and newspapers. Watch English news channels and movies. Not much efforts are required to improve your vocabulary if you are keenly interested to score well in SSC Exam. Be it SSC CGL exam or SSC CHSL. It becomes better with time. You just need to memorize new words and its meaning with its antonyms and synonyms.
Identify the tone of the paragraph, it helps in answering questions very quickly.
Practicing more and more passages will improve your speed to identify the answers quickly.
Step 1: Understand the sense and language.
Step 2: Read questions first so that you know what you are looking for in the passage.
Step 3: Read first and last para twice and thoroughly.
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Here are some rules for active passive voice.
Active voice: Subject+V1+Object
Passive Voice: Object +is/am/are+V3 + Subject
Active voice: Subject +is/am/are+V1+ing+Object
Passive Voice: Object +is/am/are+being+V3+by+Subject
Active voice: Subject +has/have+V3+Object
Passive Voice: Object+ has/have+been+V3+by+Subject
Active voice: Subject+V2+Object
Passive Voice: Object +was/were+V3+by+Subject
Active voice: Subject +was/were+V1+ing+Object
Passive Voice: Object +was/were+being+V3+by+Subject
Active voice: Subject+Had+V3+Object
Passive Voice: Object+Had+been+V3+by+Subject
Active voice: Subject +Will/Shall+V1+Object
Passive Voice: Object +Will/Shall+Be+V3+By+Subject
Active voice: Subject +Will/Shall+be+V1+ing+Object
Passive Voice: We can Not make Passive Voice
Active voice: Subject +Shall/will+have+V3+Object
Passive Voice: Object +Shall/will+have+been+V3+by+Subject
In this section there will be a passage with some blanks in which you have to fill the appropriate word. These sentences will be related to each other so it will be easy for you to fill the correct word.
NOTE: Solving previous year papers will help you develop a strong hold over such type of questions asked in the SSC CPO Exams.
Direct Indirect Speech
|Present Indefinite (write)||Past Indefinite (wrote)|
|Present Continuous (is writing)||Past continuous (was writing)|
|Present Perfect (has written)||Past Perfect ( had written)|
|Perfect Continuous (has been writing)||Past Perfect Continuous (had been writing)|
|Past Indefinite (wrote)||Past Perfect (had written)|
|Past Continuous (was writing)||Past Perfect Continuous (Had been writing)|
|Past Perfect (had written)||No change|
|Past Perfect Continuous||No change|
These books will surely help to cross your preparation phase with ease. You just need to focus on regularity and consistency towards your preparation.
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SSC conducts a special exam for Graduate level students which is followed by 3 separate levels which are known as tier – tier 1, tier 2 and tier 3.
SSC conducts Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGLE) for posts of Inspector in IT / Central Excise / Dept. of post, SI in CBI, Assistant, Divisional Accountant, SSC Constable GD, Auditor, UDC and Junior Accountant etc.
Combined Higher Secondary Level examination.
Sub-Inspector in CPO (BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSB).
Section Officer (Audit & Commercial).
Junior Engineers Examination.
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