1. General tips for SSC exam preparation.

To begin SSC exam preparation for the various exams conducted by the Staff Selection Commission, a lot of hard effort and an efficient study strategy are required. The SSC test is given for multiple positions: Stenographer, Ground duty Constable, MTS, Junior Engineer, and others. The syllabus of each SSC Exam may vary slightly.

 Here are some general tips for SSC Exam preparation.

Know the exam pattern, syllabus, and weightage for each topic. Candidates have to make some preparations before studying for the exam. First of all, candidates should check his/her eligibility, syllabus, and eligibility for appearing in the exams. Candidates should also compare with the previous year’s exam pattern, syllabus, and previous question papers to analyse the exam. It is also very important to choose the correct study material for the SSC Exam and candidates should prepare short notes and short sticks to memorise the topics faster. At last revise and practice regularly. Give a mock test and analyse your score.  

Read the notification(Check the eligibility, syllabus and exam pattern)


       Check the previous question papers, Collect the study materials


                   Prepare the study plan and take expert guidance.


                             Prepare short notes/ short tricks to memorise fast


                                                 Revise and practice


                                                     Analyse score

2. Time management techniques.

Time management is very important in very competitive exams. Preparation is essential during exam periods, therefore there are a few things that students should be aware of.

  • List your task as per priority to save time Prioritise the topics and study accordingly. 
  • Use a calendar timetable to focus on your studies and manage your time during exams. 
  • Take intervals and breaks.
  • Use short tricks to solve quant questions.
  • Practise regularly and analyse your score

3. Resources for SSC exam preparation.

There are ample resources available for SSC exams. Candidates should refer to a single book or study material to avoid confusion with the multiple books. Here are some important books for SSC exam preparation. 

Books Subject Author/Publication
Fast Track Objective Arithmetic Quantitative Aptitude Rajesh Verma (Arihant)
A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Reasoning Paper RS Agarwal
Objective General English English section SP Bakshi (Arihant)
Play with Advanced Math Maths Abhinay Sharma
SSC General Knowledge SmartBook In English General Awareness Testbook

4. Common mistakes to avoid.

Most of the candidates make mistakes during exams. To improve their scores candidates should avoid some mistakes during the exams such as,

  • Don’t panic by watching the timer in the exam hall. Just focus on the exam and try to solve questions as much as you can. Try to give your best.
  • Don’t try to guess the answers in the SSC Exam because every exam has negative markings. It can affect your overall score.
  • Being overloaded with multiple resources will lead to confusion and waste of time. 
  • Neglecting the mock test and practice. 
  • Not staying updated with the latest news and notices given by the SSC.

5. FAQ's

1. Can we make SSC preparation at home?

Ans:  Yes, it is possible to prepare and succeed in the SSC CGL. To achieve the best outcomes, stick to the curriculum and exam pattern. In addition, you can take coaching from the IACE Institute, which is the best in the industry and offers coaching to get first-class results.

2. Is it possible to pass the SSC without maths?

Ans: Yes, students who don’t study maths can succeed on the SSC and other government exams. Many subjects are tested on SSC exams, including logic, general awareness, numerical ability, and English.

3. What is the easiest SSC exam?

Ans: The easiest competitive exams in India are those for SSC Multitasking Staff. In order to fill Group D positions across several central government ministries, the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will hold the SSC Multitasking Staff (MTS) Exam in 2023.

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