How to prepare for SSC CGLE 2014?
Staff Selection Commission has released the Combined Graduate Level Exam notification 2014 to fill the vacancies in different government organizations. Exams like FCI, SI, Clerk, LDC, CGL and DEO exams are conducted by the staff selection commission. Every year 14 to 15 of these exams are being conducted. In all these the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGLE) is an important exam as through this Group B and Group C jobs in different government organizations are filled. Appointments in different organizations like income tax, custom and central excise, vigilance commission, enforcement directorate, intelligence bureau and CAG are undertaken.
Group B and Group C category posts appointed through SSC CGLE are….
Assistant (central secretariat service/ central vigilance commission/ intelligence bureau/ railway/ external affairs/AFHQ)
Inspector (income tax/ central excise/ preventive officer)]
Assistant enforcement officer
Divisional accountant (CAG)
Statistical investigator (statistics and prag implementation)
Inspector (central bureau of narcotics)
Auditor, accountant (CAG)
Upper divisional clerk
Tax assistant (CBDT/CBEC)
Compiler (register general of India)
Assistant Sub-Inspector (CBI)
SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam Syllabus & Examination pattern
SSC Combined graduate level exam shall have Tire I and Tire II categories and those qualified in Tire I shall be able to appear for the Tire II examination.
SSC CGLE Tire I exam has total 200 questions. Each question carries 1 mark, Examination time 120 minutes. Exam is in objective type with four sections and each section carries 50 marks.
Part A: General intelligence, reasoning
Part B: General awareness
Part C: Quantitative aptitude
Part D: English comprehension
SSC CGLE Tire II examination contains 600 marks for the statistical investigator post and 400 marks for other posts. This is also conducted in the objective model.
Paper I Quantitative ability -200 marks
Paper II English language and comprehension-200 marks
Paper III Statistics related (statistical investigatory section) questions-200 marks
Note: Those candidates who have qualified Tire I exam should compulsory attempt Paper I and Paper II on the Tire II examination. Paper III is only for those candidates who have applied for statistical investigator group 2 and compiler posts.
The Preparation Plan for SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam 2014
If you want to score good marks in the SSC CGL Exam is important to keep the best study material available for every subject. Time management also plays an important role in the exam so one has to finish their exam in the allotted time. So one should practice well to understand the questions and identify the correct answers to the questions in the given time. It is better to finish off preparation for easy subjects well ahead and also use that time for the preparation of tough subjects. If one can have good grip on every subject it is easy to find success in the SSC CGLE and settle in a good central government job. So to get good marks in the Staff Selection Commission CGLE Test 2014 let us see how to prepare according to the subject wise…
General intelligence and reasoning (SSC CGLE Tire I):
This section in SSC CGLE contains total 50 questions and each question carries one mark. In this section questions related to verbal and non verbal are given. Analogy, synonyms and antonyms, space visualization, special orientation, problem solving, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, relations, arithmetic reasoning, number series, coding-decoding, statement conclusion, venn diagram, letter series and so on are covered. By reading R S Agarwal reasoning books along with NCERT books and practicing a lot only helps score good marks in this paper.
General awareness (SSC CGLE Tire I):
This section carries questions to test the candidate’s observations about various incidents that are taking place in the society. This section contains total 50 questions and each carries one mark. National and international issues, history, geography, economics, scientific researches, awards and other current affairs are covered in this section to test the candidate’s general knowledge. NCERT or Telugu academy books are useful for this section and also reading newspapers regularly to know the current affairs. It is important to revise at least three times and also by practicing old question papers one can score good marks in this paper.
Quantitative aptitude (SSC CGLE Tire I, Tire I)
Candidate’s numerical ability is tested in this section. Related to quantitative aptitude section 50 questions are given from Tire I and 100 questions are given in Tire II paper. Generally candidates with science background fear whether they can compete in maths but by having clarity on the topic and practicing with concentration fills the gap. In this section questions are given from topics like percentages, ratios, square roots, averages, interest, profit and loss, partnership, mixture and allegation, time and distance, time and work, trigonometry, triangles, circles, cones, cylinder, rectangles, height and distance, bar chart, pi-chart and so on. By practicing 8th to 10th class mathematics books one can score good marks.
English comprehension (SSC CGLE Tire I, Tire II)
The candidate’s English ability is tested in this section. Related to English paper 50 questions are asked in Tire I paper and 200 questions are asked in Tire II paper. Each question carries one mark. Questions are asked on topics like vocabulary and grammar.
Questions asked in this section:
Spot the error, fill in the blanks, Synonyms, Antonyms, Spelling/Detecting mis-spelt words, Idioms & Phrases, One word substitutions, Improvement of sentences, Active/Passive voice of verbs, Conversion into direct/indirect narration, Shuffling of sentence parts, Shuffling of sentences in passage, Close passage & Comprehension passage.
Statistics (SSC CGLE Tire II):
Those who are competing for the investigator posts shall have this paper 3 examination. This paper carries 100 questions for 200 marks. Collection classification and presentation of statistical data, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, moments-Skewness and Kurtosis, co- relation and regression, probability theory, random variable, probability distribution, sampling theory and so on are the topics covered in this paper. By reading degree level books and practicing a lot one can score good marks in this paper.
So using these tips prepare well and try to score as much high as possible in Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination 2014.
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