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SSC CGL 2016 Tier III Exam Date

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SSC CGL is very popular and important exam for Graduates in India, as Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is one of the most prestigious career options today. The SSC CGL exam is not too difficult to crack but needs a lot of practice and structured preparation.


Only hundreds out of lakhs are able to come on the successful candidates’ list. Therefore to start the SSC CGL Preparation, the very first step that should be taken by you, is to choose the appropriate SSC CGL Study Material and select the correct books for SSC CGL.


Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the SSC CGL Exam every year to select the staff in various reputed Government organizations. The exam is held in three Tiers. First two tiers i.e. tier 1 and tier 2 are written tests and tier 3 is personality test/interview/skill test.




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Lakhs of students try their luck in this exam, that’s why the level of competition for this exam is very high and success can be achieved only by hard work and smart preparation. Here, we provide you the whole strategy for SSC CGL Exam Preparation, so that you can give your best in the SSC CGL Exam.




How to Prepare For SSC CGL?



When you start preparing for SSC CGL Exam, few questions may arise in your mind like how you can crack the SSC CGL Exam without any coaching or by studying on your own? And what are the tips that would help you to plan your study appropriately?


You will find answers for all  your questions with Eduncle. Here we provide all the books for SSC CGL and Study Material for SSC CGL to help you and guide you for SSC CGL 2017 Preparation.


 The most important thing is to make yourself fully aware of the SSC CGL eligibility criteria, syllabus, and exam pattern, so that you will be confident about what all post are there, for which you can apply, what are the topics that you have to prepare for the exam and how can you manage attempting the question within the given time.


We provide you here all the details about the SSC CGL 2017 Eligibility Criteria, SSC CGL 2017 Exam Pattern, and SSC CGL 2017 Syllabus.


 Second thing is that you should practice the previous year papers so that it becomes easy for you to manage your time by attempting easy questions first, as you become aware about the exact exam pattern. Here, we provide you Previous Papers of the last three years.


 You should also practice the sets of Mock Tests provided by us to practice before 1-2 months before the exam because it will help you to become confident about appearing for the exams. Practicing the mock tests will also help you increase your speed to solve problems relating to SSC CGL English, Reasoning, and Quantitative Ability.


 General Awareness for SSC CGL is the most important and also the most difficult section of the SSC CGL Exam. You should be aware about all the subjects like History, Geography, Civics, Science, Current Affairs etc. to get good command over GK for SSC CGL.



You can take help from the following sections of, in order to prepare for GK and current affairs:


  Out of the Box


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SSC CGL Tier 1 preparation



SSC CGL Tier 1 exam is the most important phase in the SSC CGL exam as clearing Tier 1 is necessary to reach the SSC CGL Tier 2 phase.


The marks obtained in this tier will be taken into consideration in the final list of marks. Candidates should prepare smartly for English for SSC CGL by practicing the books for SSC CGL/study material for SSC CGL provided by Eduncle.


The English comprehensions that come in the paper, is to test your ability to understand English and proper usage of Grammar. As this section will consume a lot of time, by practicing you will be able to save you time for other sections like SSC CGL Maths, Reasoning, and General knowledge.



 SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam: List of Important Topics to Help You Score More!


 SSC CGL Tier 1 Maths Short Tricks, Formulas, Questions and Books!




Are Three Months Enough For SSC CGL Tier 1 Preparation?



Yes, Considering the  syllabus & paper pattern for SSC CGl tier 1 exam, three months are enough time to prepare. You can create a schedule/study-plan for tier 1 preparation. Following the SSC CGL Study plan & not skipping the lessons will definitely help you.



 Study Plan- How to crack SSC CGL in 2 months without Coaching


 How to prepare for SSC CGL Tier 1 in 30 days – Prep Strategy, Tips & Tricks!




How Tough Is SSC-CGL?



SSC CGL exam is a graduate level exam & difficulty level of paper scales from easy to moderate. Questions in SSC CGL Maths & English sections are 10th grad level. SSC CGL General Knowledge section is to test candidate’s knowledge & awareness for current happenings.


SSC CGL Reasoning section is somewhat Difficult & tougher than any other sections, but you can ace in this section with practice & a good knowledge of short tricks to solve questions.



 SSC CGL Exam 2017 Time Management Tips | How to attempt questions on time?


 SSC CGL Exam: 5 things to do before appearing in exam




Is There Any Provision For Sectional Cut Off marks In SSC CGL 2017?



There is no provision of sectional cut off in tier 1 exam in SSC CGL. Due to many changes in SSC CGL in 2016-2017, sectional cut off may be introduced from 2017.




SSC CGL Tier 2 preparation



After clearing the SSC CGL Tier 2 exam candidates are called to appear for the SSC CGL Tier 2 exam. This is not that easy as the tier 1 exam because the level of difficulty in solving the questions related to Maths, Reasoning, GK, and English for SSC CGL Tier 2 is higher than Tier 1 exam.


You can take help regarding SSC CGL preparation from Eduncle. The study material provided by us will help you in SSC CGL Tier 1 and SSC CGL Tier 2 preparation. You can download the following SSC CGL study material: –



SSC CGL English


SSC CGL Maths/Quantitative Ability


SSC CGL Reasoning Ability


SSC CGL General Knowledge



 Grab the best strategy to score good marks in SSC CGL tier 2 exam: –  How to prepare for SSC CGL Tier-2 exam?




What Are The Best Books For SSC CGL Preparation?



SSC CGlL exam is approaching in August & there are only three months left for preparation. Aspirants who are in quest of best preparation material, are asking questions on many forums regarding books & study plan. Here we are presenting you a list of books that will serve the purpose.


You can refer to NCERT 10th Maths & English books for respective sections. For Reasoning section refer to R.S. Agarwal. For General awareness section subscribe to GK Edu Wrap- Monthly, weekly & Daily.


You can call on Eduncle’s toll-free no. 1800-120-1021 for well-designed study material & books.




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