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SSC CHSL is conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to recruit the candidates for various posts. The examination is conducted in two tiers i.e. Tier 1 and Tier 2 while the third stage is skill test. Tier 1 of SSC CHSL 2017 will be held from March 4, 2018 to March 26, 2018.
SSC CHSL Tier 1 comprises four sections i.e. General Awareness, General Intelligence, English Comprehension and Quantitative Aptitude. So, from all the sections, this article helps students for the preparation of General Intelligence section.
As compared to the other sections, General Intelligence is a scoring subject. Talking about the difficulty level, this section is of moderate difficulty. The questions in this section focus on the topics like decision making, analogy, series and intelligence etc.
General Intelligence checks the General and Logical Mental Ability of the candidate. This section requires a lot of practice so that students can attempt all the questions in less time but with more accuracy.
So, before start preparing General Intelligence section the first step is to check all the important topics that have been asked in the previous year and their expectations of asking in this year. Also, go through the complete SSC CHSL Exam Pattern. The following table shows all the required details:
|Analogy||Completing the Analogues Pairs based on Alphabet or number analogy||9||4||2|
|Classification||Choose the Vocabulary/ GK based odd words, Choose the odd number, choose the odd one on the basis of arrangement||9||4||2 or 3|
|Image Reasoning||Cubes & Dices, Geometrical Figure, Individual Figure, Series of Figures||9||3||2 or 3|
|Series||Complete the Alphabet/ word series, Complete the Numeric Series||6||3||2 or 3|
|Sequences||Alphabet Sequences, Logical Sequences, Number Sequences, Time Sequences and Ranking||5||2||1 or 2|
|Blood Relations and Direction & Distance||Problems Based on Family Members, Direction and Distance Sense||3||2||1|
|Coding-Decoding||Direct Letter/ Symbol Coding, Message coding, Rule Coding, Substitution||3||2||1 or 2|
|Basic Mathematical Operations and Mathematical Problems||Choosing of correct operators, problems based on Ages and Propositions||3||2||1|
|Syllogisms||Syllogisms using 2 or 3 statements||2||2||1 or 2|
|Puzzles||Matrix Based Reasoning||1||1||1|
To clear an examination with better marks, students are advised to practise the subject regularly because practise is the only key to success. So, it is very important for students to plan accordingly. Following points help students in making a study plan and cover most of the syllabus:
Time management is a most important parameter. It can be learnt through practising and regular test taking. Students should start solving those questions first which they feel more confident. If the student’s concepts are clear they can easily solve the question in a better way. Make Short Notes after completing each topic or chapter, students are advised to make a small note or list of formulas which help them at the time of revision.
Before you start preparing for an exam, students have to first make a proper plan. They have to make their schedule in such a way that every subject will get proper time for preparation. Students have to set a target for themselves and try to complete at least four topics in a week.
Study material matters a lot for the better preparation of the examination. Students can get study material either online or offline. Applicants can also take help from the previous year question paper. Books and sample papers help students to familiarize with the examination pattern, marking scheme and type of questions.
Practice will help students to improve their performance in the exam. With the regular practice, students can solve the questions in a very less time which helps them in time management. Students should practice in such a way that not a single topic from the syllabus should be left untouched.
Group Discussion is a very effective method that students should follow for the better preparation of the entrance exam. With the help of this method, students can exchange their knowledge and ideas related to any of the topics.
Books are the best source of examination preparation. Students can clear all their doubts regarding any topic while preparing from the books. General Intelligence syllabus is very vast that's why students have to make study plan accordingly.
Following table shows the books name along with their authors name for the preparation of General Intelligence subject:
|Book Name||Author's Name|
|Analytical Reasoning||M K Pandey|
|Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning||R S Aggarwal|
|Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning Hindi||Kira Publication|
|A new approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal English||B S Sijwali, Indu Sijwali|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning – English||A K Gupta|
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