SSC CGL 2016 Examination Study Plan

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Since the tier 1 exam of SSC CGL 2016 is to be held on May 8 & 22, we just have one month left for preparations and revisions. So candidates should be ready to allot atleast 3 hours / day to cover the entire syllabus.

Week 1:

    A)  Question Category: General Intelligence & Reasoning:
Expected Number of Questions: 1-7
Topics covered: Classification, Number Series, Puzzles
Time to be allotted: 10 to 12 hours.

    B)  Question Category: Quantitative Aptitude:
Expected Number of Questions: 8-14
Topics covered: Geometry, Trigonometry
Time to be allotted: 10 to 12 hours.

   C)  Question Category: General Awareness:
Expected Number of Questions: >15
Topics covered: Indian Economy, Polity
Time to be allotted: 6 to 8 hours.

Week 2:

   A)  Question Category: General Intelligence & Reasoning:
Expected Number of Questions: 1-7
Topics covered: Analogy, Coding-Decoding, Venn Diagrams, Blood Relations
Time to be allotted: 8 to 10 hours.
   B)  Question Category: Quantitative Aptitude:
Expected Number of Questions: 8-14
Topics covered: Data Interpretation, Number System, Percentage
Time to be allotted: 7 to 8 hours.
   C)  Question Category: General Awareness:
Expected Number of Questions: >15
Topics covered: Science and Technology
Time to be allotted: 8 to 10 hours.

Week 3:

    A)  Question Category: General Intelligence & Reasoning:
Expected Number of Questions: 1-7
Topics covered: Direction Test, Mathematical operations, Statement and Conclusion
Time to be allotted: 4 to 6 hours.
   B)  Question Category: Quantitative Aptitude:
Expected Number of Questions: 8-14
Topics covered: Mensuration, Time and Work, Ration & Proportions, Profit & Loss
Time to be allotted: 8 to 9 hours.
  C)  Question Category: General Awareness:
Expected Number of Questions: >15
Topics covered: History, Geography
Time to be allotted: 6 to 8 hours.

Week 4:

   A)  Question Category: General Intelligence & Reasoning:
Expected Number of Questions: 1-7
Topics covered: Dice, Paper Cutting/folding, Matrix, Missing words/ figures.
Time to be allotted: 3 to 4 hours.
   B)  Question Category: Quantitative Aptitude:
Expected Number of Questions: 8-14
Topics covered: Time & Distance, Averages, Partnership, Simple interest, HCF/LCM, Ages.
Time to be allotted: 4 to 6 hours.
  C)  Question Category: General Awareness:
Expected Number of Questions: >15
Topics covered: Current Affairs, Static GK & Other Important News
Time to be allotted: 4 to 5 hours.

Final days:
Prepare with 5 to 10 practice sets or mock tests by solving previous year papers. You can spend 15 to 20 hours in this preparation.

Note: You can cover the subjects completely within that particular week even if you can’t study on a specific day.

English Comprehension:
This is a very important section in SSC CGL exams & questions are asked from almost all topics.So equal weightage should be given to all these chapters:
  • Error spotting/ Sentence errors
  • Reading comprehension
  • Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Fill in the blanks, Spellings
  • Word substitution
  • Idioms & Phrases
If you are weak in English, allot an entire week just for English language preparation & pick one topic every day. The portion to study in English section is little but it can fetch you easy marks if you learn & understand the concepts well.

By following this study plan & referring the books mentioned  in our previous article, you can easily prepare for SSC CGL 2016 exams in 30 days.


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