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SSC Exams : Practicing for Success with Examsnet
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Exams stand as a beacon for those aiming for a prestigious government position in India. Each of these examinations is unique, catering to different educational qualifications and job roles. But one fact remains consistent across the board: thorough preparation is key. Let's dive into the spectrum of SSC exams and understand why practicing for them is non-negotiable:
1. SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level)
The CGL is the ultimate exam for graduates seeking entry into various central government departments. Given its broad syllabus, spanning from quantitative aptitude to general awareness, practicing rigorously can set you apart from the competition. Practice for SSC CGL here.
2. SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level)
For those with a 10+2 qualification, the CHSL offers a chance at roles like Data Entry Operators and Postal Assistants. With the right preparation, a stable government job is within reach. Don't miss out; start your practice for SSC CHSL now.
3. SSC CPO (Central Police Organization)
Aiming for a dynamic role in central police forces like the CISF, BSF, and CRPF? The SSC CPO exam is your stepping stone. Ace the physical and written tests with dedicated practice. Begin your SSC CPO journey with these practice tests.
4. SSC GD Constable
For those aspiring to serve as constables in various forces, the GD Constable exam is crucial. Physical fitness combined with mental preparedness will be your recipe for success. Practice for SSC GD Constable here and solidify your chances.
5. SSC Multi Tasking (MTS)
Eyeing a general central government post? The Multi Tasking examination is designed for you. Given its popularity, standing out requires more than just basic preparation. Sharpen your skills with SSC MTS practice tests here.
6. SSC Stenographer Grade C and D
If you have a knack for shorthand and are aiming for a stenographer position in the central government, this is your test. The competition is fierce, but with the right practice, you can secure your dream post. Get started on your SSC Stenographer practice here.
- Computer-based Written Examination (Tier -I)
- Descriptive Paper (Tier-II) and
- Typing Test/Skill Test (Tier-III) Examination for the post of Data Entry Operator, Postal Assistant & Sorting Assistant (PA/SA), Lower Division Clerk and Court Clerk
|Subject||No. of Qs.||Max. Marks|
60 Mins (80 Mins for VH/OH & Cerebral Palsy)
Apart from the Prelims, the Tier II will be a descriptive paper 100 Marks in ‘Pen and Paper Mode The duration of the paper would be for one hour (20minutes extra will be provided for candidates with VH/OH afflicted by Cerebral Palsy, OH with a deformity in writing hand). This paper has been introduced to assess your writing skills. The Paper would comprise writing of an Essay of 200 -250 words and Letter/Application writing of approximately 150-200 words.
The minimum qualifying marks in Tier-II would be 33 percent.
The performance in Tier II would be included in preparing merit.
You have to write the paper either in Hindi or in English. The part paper written in Hindi and Part of English will not be evaluated.
The Tier III of SSC CHSL will be a Skill Test Skill Test/Typing Test which would be of a qualifying nature. The final merit of the successful candidates would be determined on the basis of total score obtained by them in Tier-I and Tier-II.
SSC CHSL Eligibility Criteria
SSC CHSL Detailed Syllabus to Prepare for SSC CHSL exam
- Semantic Analogy
- Symbolic operations -Symbolic/Number
- Analogy Trends
- Figural Analogy
- Space Orientation
- Semantic Classification
- Venn Diagrams
- Symbolic/Number Classification
- Drawing inferences -Figural Classification
- Punched hole/pattern-folding & unfolding
- Semantic Series
- Figural Pattern
- folding and completion
- Number Series
- Embedded figures
- Figural Series
- Critical Thinking
- Problem Solving
- Emotional Intelligence
- Word Building
- Social Intelligence
- Coding and decoding
- Other sub-topics
- if any Numerical operations
- Spot the Error
- Fill in the Blanks
- AntonymsSpellings/ Detecting Mis-spelt words
- Idioms & Phrases
- One word substitution
- Improvement of Sentences
- Active/Passive Voice of Verbs
- Conversion into Direct/Indirect narration
- Shuffling of Sentence parts
- Shuffling of Sentences in a passage
- Cloze Passage
- Comprehension Passage
- Number Systems
- Fundamental arithmetical
- Statistical Charts
- Questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries
- Economic Scene
- General policy and scientific research