SSC CGL 2016 Reference books

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“Luck is nothing but meeting of preparation with opportunity”
        -states a famous proverb. Becoming a billionaire or famous person overnight can happen only in dreams but in real world to be successful we need to work hard and this applies to exams as well. Every year when toppers in board exams are interviewed you will get to know about how many sleepless nights they had, how much of leisure time they have sacrificed, how hard they have prepared using various books & notes to achieve this feat. Nothing comes easy to us and life can never be considered as a cake walk but it is actually a bed full of thorns and roses. So never give up, get ready for the upcoming exams and frequently visit our examsavvy.com site for cool exam preparation tips…

SSC CGL exam is approaching thick and fast and we have a mere 30 days to prepare for the same. Inorder to really crack SSC CGL exam in 30 days, you will need suitable study materials. Here is the list of best ssc cgl books that shall help in learning as well for revisions:

I.             Master Guide - English
II.           Master Guide - Hindi
              You can buy these guides to know concept, examples and explanations.

III.          Solved papers – English
IV.         Solved papers – Hindi
These solved previous year papers will come handy in knowing the question pattern and level of difficulty.

V.          Online Course with topic wise videos and mock tests
(you can enroll for it at: https://www.oliveboard.in/ssc-cgl/?ref=tbei)
 Buy these tests to practice & know your strengths, weakness & areas to improve upon. Also it helps in better time management.

VI.         Objective English by S.P.Bakshi
VII.       General Knowledge: Mega Yearbook 2016
To score well on language and current happenings sections kindly refer books above…

To check out SSC CGL aptitude questions on Time and work chapter kindly follow this link:
http://ssc.examsavvy.com/2016/04/ssc-cgl-quantitative-aptitude-sample_9.html

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