SSC CGL is one of the important examinations that candidates appear in every year in their quest for a stable government job. SSC CGL Admit Card is expected to release in February 2020. The examination will be conducted from March 2 to March 11, 2020. SSC CGL stands for Short Service Commission Combined Graduate Level. This examination is to select candidates for various Group B and Group C jobs in Government Organisations. Jobs in government organisations are always in higher demand than private jobs due to the stability provided by those jobs. The examination is made of 4 tiers. The 3 tiers are conducted from 2nd March 2020 to 25th June 2020. The tier 4 date is yet to be announced. Tier 1 exam has 4 different papers, namely General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language. The next level Tier 2 also consists of 4 different papers, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, Statistics, General Studies (Finance & Economics). The next level Tier 3 has 1 descriptive paper, it could be either in English/Hindi language. We can download SSC CGL by visiting the official site of SSC. Candidates must note that SSC CGL Admit Card is released region wise. Without it, candidates cannot enter the examination hall. This card provides all details like Roll number, password, applicants name, applicants address, exam centre, exam timings and date of birth of the applicant. As there is a very huge competition involved, it is not an easy path to clear the examination. Hence, it is imperative that aspiring candidates take regular SSC CGL Mock test. Taking regular mock tests will help candidates ace the exam and increase the probability of clearing the exam. Mock tests will help candidates ascertain the level of preparation that has been done and helps one to evaluate his/her standings, in terms of knowledge level with other aspiring candidates. Mock tests will help candidates increase the knowledge level, understand whether he/she is preparing in the right direction. It will help in increasing the speed of the candidates in solving the questions, help in improving the accuracy levels, help in improving time management skills during the course of the examination. Apart from these mock tests, candidates can refer to various books during the course of their preparation.
Some of the reference books for English are given below.
- How to prepare for verbal ability and reading comprehension by Arun Sharma.
- High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin.
Reference books for Maths are given below.
- NCERT Maths books from Grade 6 to Grade 11.
- Advance Maths by Rakesh Yadav.
Reference books for Reasoning are given below.
- How to prepare for logical reasoning by Arun Sharma
- Analytical Reasoning by M K Pandey.
Reference books for General Awareness are given below
- Manorama Yearbook
- NCERT books of Class X to XII for History, Economics and Geography.
The above books for reference combined with regular mock tests will put candidates in a good position to clear the examination with flying colours.