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Algebra in Quant section plays an imperative role in cracking SSC CGL. With basic mathematics knowledge, this section could be easy to score. You will need a lot of preparation as well as concentration to do well in this section.
In this article, we are going to talk about the smart strategies for preparing and scoring well in the quant section. The following is a comprehensive guide on how to approach the SSC CGL 2017 exam Quant section.
SSC CGL has been quite experimental over the years. If you will flip through the previous years’ question papers, you will realize that they have not been following the same level each year.
In SSC CGL exam, the quantitative aptitude section carries fifty marks. The section consists of 25 questions, each carrying 2 marks. Before starting your preparation, you should know the detailed syllabus of the quant section of the exam.
The Quantitative aptitude syllabus is broadly divided into two parts:
Last but not the least, practice as much as you can. There is absolutely no other secret to success! Success is the fruit of hard work, perseverance, strong preparation and learning from the failure!
SSC CGL’s favorite areas include the questions on factorization, algebraic identities, simplification of the polynomials, age determination, simplification of the fractions. Practicing of all these questions is a must.
The trick: Keep the squares, cubes and tables of number up to 40 on your tips. You will definitely save a lot of time and energy while preparing for your exam.
What you will need:
Here is a list of books that are frequently recommended for the exam:
You can refer the below mentioned websites for your algebra section preparation: gradeup.co, qmaths.in, suresolv.com, vidyaguru.in, etc.
You will definitely be able to sail through the much difficult math algebra section of the SSC CGL examination if you follow the above-mentioned strategies religiously.
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