is there any specialization in ssc chsl. a paper without maths. is the maths very difficult in ssc chsl. how many marks is dedicated to maths in ssc chsl
In CHSL topics covered under Quantitative aptitude are Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Allegation, Time and distance, Time and work, etc. The carries 50 marks and will have 25 questions to attempt. A negative marking of 0.50 marks will be applicable in the exam.
So if you have a basic knowledge of class 6 to 10 (higher secondary level) , then you can easily prepare. Seems like you are weak at math. there is no other alternative for math section in this exam, you cannot ignore or skip the entire section but you can focus only on simple questions and skip the tough ones to avoid time waste and negative marking. It is not going to be that tough if you practice well. Only daily practice can make you confident, first see the entire QA syllabus and shortlist all the easy topics and focus on those. Practice as many as previous year question papers as possible, and take up daily mock tests. You can very well use a lot of educational apps like gradeup,testbook,unacademy etc to prepare. They explain the concept and provide all the practice material you need.More importantly , these apps and its video lessons will help you learn a lot of tip and short tricks to tackle each type of questions , which will be very time saving during the exam.Find out such online resources or by best reference books for the section and practice, NCERT books can be very helpful to cover basics. Also since you are worried about math , make sure that you are well prepared for all the other sections.
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best books to prepare for ssc chsl? and best books for ssc mstg
For CHSL Topics under English Language section :Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Para Jumbles, Fill in the Blanks, Multiple Meaning/Error Spotting, Paragraph Completion, One Word Substitution, etc.
Topics under General Intelligence :Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Trends, Figural Analogy, Space Orientation, Semantic Classification, Venn Diagrams, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Drawing inferences, Figural Classification, Punched hole/ pattern-folding & unfolding, Semantic Series, Figural Pattern-folding and completion, Number Series, etc.
Topics under Quantitative aptitude: Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Allegation, Time and distance, Time and work, etc.
Areas to cover for GK:History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General policy, and scientific research.
Books for English
Objective General English by SP Bakshi
Quick Learning Objective General English by RS Aggarwal & Vikas Aggarwal
Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
A Mirror of Common Errors by Dr Ashok Kumar Singh
Common Errors in English by Kiran Prakashan
Words Idioms & Phrases by Arihant Experts
Plinth to Paramount by KD Campus
Perfect Competitive English by Kiran Prakashan
Books for Quantitative Aptitude
Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal
Fast Track by Rajesh Verma
NCERT Maths from Grade 6 to Grade 11
Magical Books on Quicker Maths by M Tyra
Advance Maths by Rakesh Yadav
Books for General Awareness
General Knowledge by Lucent Publication
NCERT Books – Class X, XII
Books for Logical Reasoning
Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
Test of Reasoning by Edgar Thorpe
A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
New Approach to Reasoning Verbal, Non-Verbal and Analytical by BS Sijwali and Indu Sijwali.
Easiest method to prepare effectively is by solving previous year question papers and practicing mock tests on a daily basis. Be strong with your basics. Easpecially in math, as it is high school level , you can first brush up the concept and then proceed to topicwise practice.
For SSC MTS:
Kiran publications is a very good choice but section-wise lists of books are as follows:
For English: Plinth to Paramount by Neetu Singh and Wren & Martin( for basics) by P.C Wren.
For GK: Lucent's Objective General Knowledge by Lucent Publication and Lucent's G.K paperback by Dr.Binay Karna, Sanjeev Kumar, and Manwendra Mukul.
For Math: Kiran by Kiran's Publications and Magical book on quicker maths (M. Tyra) by BSC Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
For Logical reasoning: Lucent Reasoning by Lucent Publication and Arihant by Arihant Publication
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is maths a necessary subject in class 11 and 12 for students who wan to do ssc chsl
No, it is not necessary to have maths in your 11th to be eligible for SSC CHSL examination.
to be eligible for the post of DEO Grade A in the Office of C&AG i. e Comptroller and Auditor General , it mandatory to have studied math in 10+ 2
This is because,
The eligibility criteria of SSC CGL is provided below :-
*For the post of LDC/ JSA, PA/ SA, DEO i. e for the posts other than DEOs in C&AG :- You must have passed 12th or equivalent in any stream from a recognised Board.
So, without maths, after you 12th you will be eligible for SSC CHSL for LDC/ JSA, PA/ SA, DEO
* DEOs in C&AG :- You must pass 12th in science stream with math.
So, without maths, you won't be eligible for DEOs in C&AG
* to be eligible minimum age should be 18 years
* maximum age should be 27 years, there's 3 year relaxation on upper age limit for obc and of 5 years for sc/st category
For detailed information visit our page the link for the same is provided below
how much time does it take to prepare for ssc chsl exam. career prospects after that for a student who hs taken commerce in 10th only.
I have entered class 10 Roll No. as F98564D - 9876 in my SSC CHSL 2020 registration. Can they reject me during document verification due to extra space and hyphen given in between? Letters are correct though.(Note: Only / and - are allowed. If Roll code and No. is given then Roll code - Roll No.)
No you will not be rejected based on this . If you have entered the right roll number in the same format given in your 10th certificate , then you do not have to worry. Moreover during document verification ,you can say the space was entered by mistake, if they ask. Such small typing mistakes won't be an issue. They mainly strict with the format of photo and signature ,so rejections will happen only on the basis of mistakes in the same. So instead of worrying about that focus on your preparation and do well in the exam.
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Sir I have written another mobile number instead of registered mobile number in ssc mts document verification form. What should i do next.?
In SSC , when you are filling any online form , you should be extra careful as after submitting it ,edting will not be possible whatsoever. But in your case , it will not be that be an issue. However,during direct document verification ,you may inform them about the mistake and handle it. Notifications , updates or any kind of information will be sent to either your registered mobile number or email id. If you further concerned about this , you can try emailing them about this directly or contact their helpline and ask for assistance.
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if we get a job through ssc chsl exam what will be the first salary after one month of joining the job
Each year staff selection Committee of India conducts SSC CHSL examination to provide job vacancies in the posts like lower division clerk data entry operator and postal assistant. Basic r pay scale depends on the post. The minimum salary of a lower division clerk is about 19k, and for other posts it is 25k. Hope this will help you
sir I asked a question about our filled wrong detail in ssc chsl form 2020 I choose a option yes on the place of no by mistake in age relaxation code.wt should I do if create any problem at the time of selection.plz solved my problem thank u
There is no correction window for SSC CHSL 2020 application. Candidates seeking age relaxation will have to provide relevant document from the competent authority in the given format. The format is given the SSC CHSL 2020 notification. https://ssc.nic.in/SSCFileServer/PortalManagement/UploadedFiles/Notice_chsl_06112020.pdf
Please read the 7.1 para in the official notification. Since you do not have to claim age relaxation you need not to submit the relevant document. But if candidates who have opted for age relaxation couldn't submit the relevant document will not be considered for age relaxation and the candidature of such candidates will be considered under Unreserved (UR) or relevant category. So need to worry about that.
ssc chsl ma 0 ho kasa karo tyari and number system ka question nii kar pa rahe pl give me solution
SSC CHSL usually has some repeated questions every year and static general knowledge can be a lot of scoring.
Before sitting down to study for any exam, it is always important to have the right set of books.
Make sure you have the latest edition books on quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability, SSC reasoning, English, general awareness and practice books.
- Spend daily nearly 90 minutes to study one topic each of different subjects
- Make sure to read an English newspaper, this will help you brush your GK and English
- Take topic tests, if possible, on some website or mobile app
- Solve at least 50 questions each of Mathematics, English and Reasoning
- Try to solve past year papers of SSC CHSL
- Practice as much as possible. Focus on your strengths now.
- Revise everything. Go through all the notes that you have made.
- Follow a proper strategy and a time table for all the sections of question paper.
For mathematics you can learn from the tutorial that will explain you in easy Language like "dear sir" .
Hope this helps!!
hi im an average student , not very strong with academics mainly maths i have completed my msc in psychology...am i eligible for ssc chsl or cgl? if yes please someone tell me how to prepare ..i really want to clear the exam..pls help
When it comes to eligibility criteria for SSC CHSL, it's basically passed 10+2 from a recognized board in case of LDC/JSA/SA/DEO, only in case of DEO in CA&G there is compulsory requirement of passed 10+2 from a science stream with mathematics, in case of SSC CGL there are only three posts which have specific criteria pertaining to it which are as follows;
Assistant Audit Officer/Assistant Accounts Officer: essential qualification is bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university, desirable qualification is ca/cma/cs/mcom/mba(finance),masters in business economics and masters in business studies
Junior Statistical Officer: Bachelor's degree in any discipline with 60% marks in maths at 10+2 level or graduation in any subject with statisics as a subject in all the three years of graduation.
Statistical Investigator Grade II; Bachelor's degree in any discipline with statisics as a subject in all the three years of graduation.
Other than aforementioned posts, others only have eligibility criteria of passed bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university.
Now, coming to your question the level of SSC exams in both cases have gone up in recent times, although still the level of banking exams is comparatively higher, but if you build your base strong then there is no way you cannot succeed, if your find mathematics weak then start with NCERTs book to build the foundation, go through previous year paper, practice is the key specially in case of maths and reasoning, the more practice you do the more better you become, after building the base strong proceed towards others books such as RK Agarwal's Quantitative Aptitude for competitive exams/M Tyra's Quicker Maths, or even Arihant Publication's Objective Mathematics , these are mostly preferred by SSC aspirants, you can use RK Agarwal's Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning or MK Pandey's Analytical Reasoning, read newspaper on a daily basis, you can choose The Hindu because in recent times many of the RCs were taken directly from here only, this will improve your english as well help in covering the dynamic portion, put emphasis on editorials for english section, for static portion of gk you can use lucent's gk, go through previous year paper because SSC often does repeat its questions, if you have any other query you can mention in the comment box below.