Candidates who want to be prepared for the forthcoming SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam-2014, but they do not have more times to make a good preparation. They should read this article for his/her good preparation in a short time.
Every year Staff Selection Commission conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam for recruiting data entry operator and lower division clerk in various states and Union Territories of India. The examination will consists of a written test (objective type) and skill test for the post of data entry operator and a written test (objective type) and typing test for the post of lower division clerk. The written test is common for both the posts as well as other Indian competitive exams. In 2014, the written of SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam will be held on second November and ninth November. I think all candidates get their Call Letter or Admit Card before one or two weeks of the exam either by post or through regional website of the commission. Candidates who did not get Admit Card yet, they can download it from regional website of the commission.
Actually there is no short-cut way for preparing the competitive examinations like SSC CHSL or other competitive examinations.
Although it can be possible if the candidates have some basic knowledge about detailed syllabus and pattern of the such exam. By the way, this article will be helpful for the candidates who do not have more times to prepare for the exam and generally who are joined with other profession or studies higher education and want to participate in the such exam.
For this purpose candidates should have clear knowledge of Class-IX and Class-X. Because the numerical part of this exam completely based on Class-IX and Class-X i.e., Matriculation Level. If the candidates did mathematics properly in Matriculation standard, then it is not too tough to answer on Numerical section in this exam. Other sections are General Intelligence, English Language, General Awareness.
General Intelligence is the common part of almost all the competitive examinations.The questions of this section will be very easy. Here candidates can earn maximum marks. If a candidate reads properly three or four days a book of any competitive examination which includes general intelligence, he/she can answer all the questions of this section.
English Language is also a compulsory part of all the competitive examinations which are conducted by Staff Selection Commission. This section is for testing elementary grammatical skill of English Language. If a candidate has the basic grammatical skill in English, then this section will be very easy for him/her.
I think General Awareness section has a light difference from other sections. This section is a combination of history, economy, geography, science, politics, environment, current affairs etc. This section may be very easy or very tough for any candidate either he/she prepare properly or not. I think this is a section where answer can be chooses randomly. This section is the best section for him/her who do not prepare properly. Because here questions are asked from various subjects (randomly) and no book is perfect and useful for this section (current affairs).
Candidates who do not have more times to prepare the written test, I would like suggest them that they should at least solve the previous year question paper of the such exam. This can be helpful to earn some extra experience about the such exam in short time.
Since I have written this article for giving short-cut way to prepare the exam in short time, so therefore, the final short-cut way is to choose answer randomly in the exam. If your luck favor of you, then you must be qualified in this exam.
Best of luck.
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