SSC CHSL 2024: Experts Share Exam Strategies Ahead Of July Attempt

This year, the SSC CHSL Tier I exam will be conducted from July 1 to July 12.

Chandan Kumar, a teacher at Hazaribagh’s Elegant IAS Academy, explains that the syllabus for SSC CHSL, LDC and SSC CGL is the same.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) concluded the online application process for the Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2024 on May 7. Following that, the application correction window opened on May 10 and closed on May 11. Candidates who have registered for the SSC CHSL Exam 2024 have increased their preparation for the recruitment test.

According to the schedule, the SSC CHSL Tier I exam will be held from July 1 to July 12. Through this recruitment exam, the Commission will fill a total of 3,712 positions of Junior Secretariat Assistant/ Lower Divisional Clerk and Data Entry Operators for several Ministries/ Departments/ Offices.

As days are nearing for the much-awaited exam, the importance of an expert guide grows even more. Following their recommendations can help candidates prepare for their exams.

While speaking to Local18, Chandan Kumar, a teacher at Elegant IAS Academy, Hazaribagh, Jharkhand, stated that the syllabus for SSC CHSL, Lower Division Clerk (LDC), and Staff Selection Commission – Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC CGL) is the same. So, candidates do not have to prepare separately for each vacancy. Also, one preparation works for all three recruitments.

Sharing details on the exam, Chandan Kumar said that in the Tier I exam, all questions will carry two marks. For every wrong answer, 0.5 marks will be deducted, he notified. Meanwhile, in the Tier II exam, there will be tests on Mathematics, English, Reasoning, General Knowledge (GK) and candidates’ Typing Speed.

Stressing how prior preparation is necessary, Chandan Kumar, a teacher, went on to say that two months of study is insufficient for an exam such as the SSC. If a candidate has been preparing for this exam for the past year, then his or her curriculum must have been completed by now.

Students who have been studying for a long time should start revising, Kumar stated. To accomplish this, students should answer one question of each category from every chapter so that they remember the entire chapter. In addition, candidates should also focus on improving their computer typing speed, he stressed.

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