Most scoring section in SSC CGL tier 1 and tier 2 Examination

Most scoring section in SSC CGL tier 1 and tier 2 Examination

Staff selection commission of India conducts various recruitment examinations every year. Among those SSC CGL is one of the most common more difficult examination. According to the exam pattern and syllabus provided for CGL examination, the exam is 3 tier examination(effective from cgl 2016, previously it was two tier written and interview). Tier 1 contains 1 paper of 200 marks with four sections of 50 marks namely
General Awareness
English Language an Comprehension
General Intelligence and Reasoning
Quantitative Aptitude
Again tier 2 contains 2 papers of 200 marks each is.

  • English Language and Comprehension
  • Quantitative Aptitude

To qualify for this examination a candidate needs to have a good preparation as well as smart plan and strategy for preparation. During preparation time,  one of the most common question which always strikes in every cgl aspirants mind that which part of the syllabus is more scoring and which part of the syllabus is less scoring during the examination. Thus giving a proper the answer to this question is not an easy thing because it purely depends on one’s interest on that topic as well as the background knowledge of candidate to any topic. In many students, it is found that some of them like quantitative Aptitude while other likes Reasoning. Again English is found to be easy for some students. Thus we can not absolutely answer this question. To have a relative answer to this question we need a small analysis. The factors of difficulty level on any topic for any particular students depend on following things…
Interest of the student in any particular subject depends on

• Reasoning ability of the student
• Aptitude ability of the student
• Vocabulary and understanding level of English grammar of the student
• General IQ level of the student
• Medium of study of the student
• Preparation level and strategy of the Aspirants
• Time management quality of the student
• Working speed of the student
• Daily GK updates of the students
• Practice and mock tests

Thus there are several factors which may affect any topic which you find more difficult or less difficult to you and thus decides your score to that topic in the examination.

Let us have a generalized way to find out which topic is easier for SSC CGL tier 1 and tier 2 and tier 3 as well. As we all know that the tier 1 examination is objective type having four sections among that General awareness and GK section does not need any work time but it needs more background study and general awareness. If you can able to study more and if you have good knowledge of Static GK then you can easily score high in this section. Because this section is less time consuming no need to solve to get the answer.
On the other hand, if you are very fast to solve Quantitative Aptitude question then you may find this section easy but this section contains questions which need to solve and thus time-consuming many a time. Again there may be the chance of misplacement of digit or miscalculation. Thus changes of doing wrong attempt is high in this section until and unless u don’t have very good level of preparation and practice. Thus this section we can say less scoring then general awareness section.
The third section i.e. general Intelligence and Reasoning section. This is very easy section then quantitative aptitude section. The questions that are asked are not that much of tough in nature but the problem is that it is the highest time-consuming section. More or less you need to think to solve any question. And also there are few changes to do wrong answers in this section. Thus we can say that Reasoning is more scoring section then Quantitative but relatively more time consuming then GK section.
The last topic of SSC tier 1 examination is English Comprehension Section. Many students find this section tougher than any other section. But according to me, this section is more scoring then other sections due to the fact that if you prepare well then there are fewer changes to do wrong answers in this section. Whatever you do you can carry full marks in this section. But make sure that you have prepared well for English Comprehension Section. The questions in this section are unpredictable but the rule to get an answer are always same. Only the thing that you keep in mind if you need a good vocabulary and quick understanding and English reading skill. This can be achieved by reading the daily newspaper, watching English news and watching English movies as well as chatting in English with your wats app and Facebook friends.
Hope this post will be helpful for your SSC exam preparation..!