How to Start SSC 2023 Preparation after Graduation?

By Ashwini Shivhare|Updated : January 2nd, 2023

How to prepare for the SSC 2023 exam after Graduation: The craze for government job keep increasing among the youths every year and this is evident from the increasing number of applications being received for the SSC exams. There are many aspirants who prepare for SSC exams after their graduation and even during their graduation. The competition level in the SSC exam is so fierce owing to the large number of applicants as lakhs of aspirants from all over India write the SSC exam. The reason for the popularity of these Govt. job exams is they offer a full package including financial security, stability, and a balanced work-life balance. Increased societal status and reputation is a cherry on the cake.

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Why Do Students Prefer Government Jobs?

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Because of the following advantages of government jobs, youth opt for government jobs and prepare for SSC and other Exams Because of the following advantages of government jobs, youth opt for government jobs and prepare for SSC and other Exams

  • Good Salary
  • Pensionable till death
  • Job Security 
  • Social Reputations
  • No Target Based Environment
  • Perks and Bonuses
  • Survive without any skills
  • Accomplished a decent amount of off-days
  • Retirement life benefits
  • Free Health Care
  • Sense of Social Security
  • Work-life balance

SSC Exams to Prepare after Graduation

  • SSC CGL: Posts including Income Tax Inspectors, Central Excise Inspector, Assistant Enforcement Officer, etc. Grade B and Grade C non gazetted posts. PayGrade Level 7. The minimum education qualification is graduation for this exam. From this year onwards posts like Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant which were earlier recruited through SSC CHSL will now be recruited through SSC CGL Exam. 
  • SSC CPO: Recruits candidates into the Central Police Organization for the posts including SI in Delhi Police, CISF, CAPF, CRPF, and ITBP, etc. The minimum education qualification is graduation for this exam.
  • SSC CHSL: SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level recruits candidates for Data Entry Operator, Lower division clerk, Junior Secretariat Assistant, etc. Minimum education qualification is 12th passed for this exam.
  • SSC MTS: MTS is a group C non gazetted, general central government service. The exam is conducted to select candidates for nonministerial posts with pay band 1 (5200-20200). Posts include peon, operator, safaiwala, gatekeepers, and watchmen, etc.
  • SSC Stenographer: SSC Stenographer exam is organized by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to recruit eligible candidates for the post of Grade C and D stenographer in central government organizations.

SSC Exam Preparation Tips for Graduates

Study Plan

As you have just graduated, So you are more disciplined than any other candidate which gives you an edge in your preparation. As we all know that the syllabus of these exams is mostly based on class 10th. So it will not be a herculean task for graduate candidates to prepare for these exams. You just need to be consistent in your preparation for qualifying for these exams. Most candidates start their preparation without having a proper study plan which leads to frustration and they could not continue their preparation due to not having proper tracking of their progress. So it is very important to have a proper study plan for preparation. We have discussed some important points for preparation further in this article. The candidate must remember these points while making a study plan.


Understanding the Changed Exam Pattern

For the SSC Exams 2022, SSC has changed the pattern of the examination like for SSC CHSL, SSC CGL, SSC GD Constable etc. Where for SSC CGL & SSC CHSL the exam will take place in two tiers now and there is the addition of new subjects in the tier 2 examination like reasoning, General Awareness and Computer. Therefore chalk out the strategy according to that and prepare for the sections on the basis of Tier 2 as well. 

SSC CGL New Exam Pattern: Click Here

SSC CHSL New Exam Pattern: Click Here

Importance of SSC Previous Year Questions (PYQ)

As Abraham Lincoln said, “If I only had an hour to chop a tree, I would spend the first 45 minutes sharpening my axe”.

So before making a preparation strategy, a candidate must know about the exam and its pattern, and the best way to get this information is going through or solving the Previous Year’s Questions(PYQ)’. In the following ways, SSC previous Year question papers prove helpful for candidates

  • They assist applicants in comprehending the Exam pattern of a particular SSC Exam (SSC CGL/ CHSL/ CPO/ MTS/ Stenographer), sorts of questions asked in the exam, marking scheme, time management for each section, and other pertinent information.
  • As SSC repeats its questions very frequently, So going through PYQs will help you score better as well in exams.
  • They also give a thorough overview of the key topics of the relevant exam. These vital subjects have a higher weightage and are required to do well in the examination.
  • After taking a previous year's exam papers, applicants can assess their performance and degree of preparation, and focus on their weak areas appropriately.
  • Candidates learn how to manage their time effectively throughout the test by tackling the previous years papers.
  • Overall, they help applicants improve their time management abilities.

Subject wise Analysis

After completing the first step in your preparation strategy which is making a Study Plan, a candidate must do Subject wise Analysis as well while preparing them. A candidate must have a list of topics including their weightage through which he/she can track his/her preparation progress. This Progress Check helps you get motivated and also gives you a proper insight into important areas which need to be focused on first for a better score. A candidate must give proper time to each subject

Note Making

While preparing a candidate must make their own notes, it will help him/her to memorize. Notes also help in revising important topics in less time when the exam is near. 

Mock Tests and Quizzes

To check its progress a candidate must take mock tests and quizzes at a regular interval. Taking Mock tests and quizzes on a regular interval helps in two ways:

  • When you give mocks regularly and analyze them properly, it helps in finding out the weak areas or topics on which you need to focus most.
  • It also helps you in gaining confidence as you get used to giving the exam and also you can make your own strategy for attempting the exam based on the analysis of the mock tests.

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Revision Strategy for SSC Exam

If a candidate is just focusing upon completing the syllabus, that is not going to help him/her because our mind can only be trained through consistent practice, and thorough revision, we can do it properly. So it is important to have a proper revision strategy for a candidate. For SC and Railways Exams a candidate must make a practice-driven preparation strategy or if enrolling in any online or offline batch, one must join which is practice-driven batches.

Check: How to Make Your Revision for SSC exam More Effective? Get Expert Tips

SSC Exam Preparation Books

Best English Book for SSC Exam

Objective General English

S.P.Bakshi

English Grammar & composition

Wren and Martin

A mirror of Common Errors

A.K Singh

Corrective English

A.K Singh

Word Power Made Easy

Norman Lewis

Idiom & Phrases

English-Vinglish BYJU'S Exam Prep Series

Previous Year Papers

MB Publication

 

Best Maths Book for SSC Exam

Books NameAuthor
Magical Books On Quicker MathsM-Tyra (BSC publication)
SSC Mathematics 5800+Kiran Publication
Online Quiz (thousands of questions to practice are available)BYJU'S Exam Prep

Best Reasoning Book for SSC Exam

Books NameAuthor
Lucent ReasoningArihant Publication
Reasoning QuizzesBYJU'S Exam Prep

Best GK Book for SSC Exam

Books NameAuthor
Lucent G.K.Dr Binay Karna and Manwendra Mukul
QuizzesBYJU'S Exam Prep

 

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FAQs

  • No, SSC exam are not that hard to crack. With the right preparation strategy, hard work and right study material one can easily crack SSC exam.

  • There is no specific time to study for SSC Exam. On average candidates must study for 5 - 7 hours on daily basis.

  • You can prepare for SSC Exam by following subject wise strategy and regularly solving mock tests and SSC previous years papers.

  • Major SSC Exams are following:

    • SSC CGL
    • SSC CHSL
    • SSC CPO
    • SSC MTS
    • SSC Stenographer
    • SSC GD Constable

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