SSC CHSL Tier 2: Important Points to Remember
As only two days are left for the preparations of Staff Selection Commission exam, here are some last minute tips that one should keep in mind to be well prepared for the exam.
Staff Selection Commission is one of the most popular and prestigious government bodies that conducts various exams at different levels for government job seeker. Amongst the most popular exams conducted by the organisation, the SSC CHSL (Common Higher Secondary Level) Exam was attempted by over 20 lakh students last year.
The pattern of the CHSL exam changed last year after the Modi government notified that there would be no interviews for clerical posts. The final format of the exam was only released in August this year where it was clarified that there will be a descriptive paper (Tier II) after Tier I.
As only two days are left for the preparations, here are some last minute tips that one should keep in mind to be well prepared for the exam –
- For each important topic you should make a list of important points that you wish to include in the essay, you can revise these points before the exam
- Practice by writing down all the important formal letters, including their formatting. Revise these before the exam
- Don’t try to learn new words/vocab in the last few days. Keep essay and letter simple and don’t use too many new words.
- If you are confident about your success then you will surely achieve it
- Some anxiety is natural because a new section has been introduced in the SSC this year, but remember this is new for all the students and hence nobody has any additional advantage
- To maintain your confidence level do some light exercises, play any games that you like. Games or any physical exercise is necessary to balance your physical and mental energy
- If the energy level is balanced then you feel highly confident, and it will help you handle exam pressure better.
- Time management is the key to success so you must have proper time management planning
- It is a short one-hour exam and there are effectively two questions that you need to answer. Make sure you give required time to both the questions
- Divide your time between the two judiciously, ideally spend about 25 minutes writing the essay and 20 minutes writing the letter.
- Leave the last 15 minutes to revise both your answers. Focus on the language you have used and try to correct any grammatical errors first.
At last, always remember that –
Success is not an accident. It is the result of your attitude and your hard work. So, choose your path and work towards your destination with full determination.
AdmissionTimes.com wishes students good luck for their exam.
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