Dear readers, Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will be conducting next round of SSC CHSL 2015 Exam on 6th December 2015. With just a single day left for the SSC CHSL 2015 Exam, candidates would be stressed and might be in search of a good analysis of each section so that they can plan a proper strategy for their upcoming SSC CHSL 2015 Exam accordingly.
On getting a very good response on our previous articles on Quant, English and General Awareness Section Strategy for SSC CHSL Exam after 1st & 15th Nov Shift Paper today we are sharing Reasoning Section Strategy for SSC CHSL Exam after 1st & 15th Nov 2015 Shift Paper which will surely mitigate your stress levels and will relax you with few strategies for Reasoning section.
The pattern and the level of SSC CHSL 2015 Exam conducted on both the days were almost similar and can be termed as MODERATE level. SSC will follow the same pattern for the coming weeks too.
So let us start with the possible strategies for Reasoning section to be kept in mind in order to get a call for typing test after SSC CHSL 2015 Exam.
Reasoning Section Strategy for SSC CHSL Exam after 1st & 15th Nov Shift Paper
Reasoning is generally a scoring subject as it takes only thinking ability of a candidate. If the candidate is able to apply it, he can easily score well in this section. Unlike numerical skill in reasoning section you don’t have to learn some formula and solve question by applying that formula. You just have to be very careful while answering these questions.
This section can’t be mastered within the given time without proper practice, so you must practice enough to score well in this section.
The Topic-wise breakup of Reasoning Section of SSC CHSL 2015 Exam for 1st November 2015 Paper is given below:
The Topic-wise breakup of General Awareness Section of SSC CHSL 2015 Exam for 15th November 2015 Paper is given below:
Tips for Each topic in General Awareness section
The word based analogy/odd pair is very easy compared to number based or letter based. But number based analogy/odd pair etc. can be a tough cookie.
For example: find Missing number below?
3 7 52
5 11 126
? 9 107
If you’re able to solve this quickly then it’s well and good. But sometimes the logic behind above number pairing won’t click in your mind immediately in the exam. So there is no point in wasting 5-7 minutes in just one question here. Just leave it and move on to next question.
Note: In order to make it easy for all the aspirants, we are posting links to some important “Quizzes" on above topics.
Quizzes from Previous Year Papers
1. Click here For Quiz I
2. Click here For Quiz II
3. Click here For Quiz III
Ex: - PEAR written as GFDN then REAP is written as.)
Note: In order to make it easy for all the aspirants, we are posting links to some important “Study Material " on above topics.
Quiz from Previous Year Papers
1. Click here For Quiz
The non- verbal section involves questions that are image based. Try solving all the sums as it won’t pose much difficulty during exam.
Note: In order to make it easy for all the aspirants, we are posting links to some important “Study notes" on above topics.
Suggested books for SSC CHSL Reasoning
- Analytical Reasoning (M K Pandey)
- Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning (R S Aggarwal)
- Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Hindi (Kiran Publication)
- A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal English (B S Sijwali, Indu Sijwali)
- Logical & Analytical Reasoning – English (A K Gupta)
If you follow above tips and strategies, You will be able to crack your exam easily. Have faith in yourself. Attract positivity. Be confident and Give your Best.
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