Are you looking forward to being an LDC (Lower Division Clerk), Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant, or Data Entry Operator (DEO) in various departments of the Central Government? Then you can have them as career options when applying for the SSC CHSL exam. This exam is conducted by the Staff selection commission (SSC) for the above-mentioned posts. To crack the SSC CHSL exam with good marks you can get ready with Power Mind Institute the best SSC CHSL coaching in Jaipur to have a proper preparation strategy. We house the best-experienced faculty to help you to score big on your CHSL exam. At Power Mind Institute our major focus is on helping you to be prepared for this SSC CHSL exam 2023 using our exam-oriented study and reference books and notes from most of the toppers that simplify your learning without devoting too much time to prepare. 

For candidates appearing for SSC CHSL 2023, you can rely on this blog as it will help you out in clearing this exam on the first attempt. The effective preparation tips for clearing the SSC CHSL exam are given in the following:

Preparation For SSC CHSL 2023

The preparation for the SSC CHSL exam 2023 is crucial for every candidate to simplify their learning while making a proper timetable for themselves. We've prepared these SSC CHSL preparation tips as per the comfort level of every individual candidate. This SSC CHSL exam is divided into two stages: tier 1 and tier 2. For effective learning go through the SSC CHSL preparation strategy that is mentioned below:

Syllabus of Tier 1 exam:

This exam is conducted in three different levels and the syllabus of all these three levels are different. Tier 1 of the SSC CHSL exam has 4 sections given in following:

  • Reasoning Ability
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • English Language
  • General Awareness

SSC CHSL Syllabus Tier II

  • Section 1: Module 1 Mathematical Abilities and Module 2 Reasoning and General Intelligence
  • Section 2: Module -1 English Language and Comprehension and Module 2: General Awareness
  • Section 3:  Module-1 Computer Knowledge Test and Module II skill test/ typing test

To get well prepared for the SSC CHSL 2023 exam we’ve mentioned some quality subject-wise tips mentioned in the following:

SSC CHSL Tips to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude: 

Quantitative Aptitude is not a general mathematics that tests candidates IQ as well as finding solutions. Some of the classy preparation tips to get ready for the SSC CHSL exam 2023 in a short time are given below: 

  • Short Down Your Time:  Learn tables up to 30, cube roots, cubes and squares. Learn all the fractions of the percentage and try to implement them in the questions. With 35-40 mins of regular practice in this section and make your learning efficient. 
  • Make Track of Your Progress:  Give a proper analysis of your progress with our mock tests and work. 
  • Go Through Previous Years' Papers: focus completely on solving previous years' papers. work hard on your calculation part to take a lead in the competition. Try to inculcate certain handy tricks for division, multiplication and so on. 

SSC CHSL Tips to Get Ready for the English Language:

The English section is one of the essential parts of the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam that plays a crucial part in deciding your career. It's one of the highest-scoring sections that can be attempted in less time if one has a proper understanding. There are some essential SSC CHSL preparation tips for English are given in the following:

  • The English vocabulary does the proper revision of all the words that you've learned and follows them up as quizzes on a daily basis. 
  • Practice the English Grammar section to learn all the grammar rules that had been a part of all the previous years' papers. 
  • For preparing for the competitive exams, read books like Word Power, and Made Easy by Normen Lewis to help candidates increase their vocabulary. 

SSC CHSL Tips to Get Prepared For the General Awareness

This section includes two things that candidates should focus on: Static GK (Polity, History, Science, Geography, Economics) and Current Affairs. Some of the impressive learning tips for SSC CHSL General Awareness are mentioned in the following:

  • Polity: Focus on the Latest Amendments, parts of the constitution, fundamental rights and duties and  articles
  • Geography: Stay focused on learning about neighboring countries and their capitals, boundaries surrounding India, National Animals and Birds of India, Indian National Parks, Sanctuary, Lakes in India and rivers
  • History: Get an idea about Indian Freedom Struggle and Gandhian Era, Medieval Era (Delhi sultanate, Mughal Era)
  • Economy: Get a proper understanding of economic terms like graphs, terms and recent trends
  • Science: Chemical names and common names, organs and organ systems, animal morphology and anatomy, plant and animal diseases, Plant and animal kingdoms, important laws, invention
  • Ready Newspaper on a daily basis to be aware of recent events, important dates, names of people, etc. 

SSC CHSL Tips to Get Prepared For the Reasoning

This is another essential section of the SSC CHSL exam. The General Intelligence and Reasoning Section don't require any special learning strategy just go through our learning tips to nail it too that we've mentioned below:

  • Make sure to be known the capitals, and functions of various parts of the body 
  • Arrange words as per the dictionary  for the dictionary based problems
  • Practice an ample amount of questions to fetch good scores in the exam. 
  • Rely on the previous year's paper for distance & directions
  • Follow the elimination method approach when it comes to statement & conclusion
  • Practice questions on varying levels of difficulty for counting figures
  • Try out the Venn diagram to figure out a way to find the solution

SSC CHSL Tier 2 Preparation Tips:

This is a descriptive type exam in which candidates are supposed to write answers on the sheet. Follow below mentioned tips to simplify your learning:

  • Do not repeat information throughout the writing along with that try to maintain neat writing
  • Build up critical thinking skills and vocabulary by reading editorial columns from the reputed newspaper
  • Avoid grammatical writing issues
  • Avoid the trouble of exceeding the word count when it comes to essays and letters. 
  • Refer to standard books to answer questions from the static topics accordingly