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SSC Selection Post Exam Preparation 2022 – Get Tips and Tricks

SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Exam Preparation 2022 - SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Exam Preparation, conducted by Staff Selection Commission, consists of three levels of computer-based examination: Matriculation, Higher Secondary (10+2), and Graduation level. Depending on what level of paper they are attempting, candidates need to make a preparation strategy. We have gathered a list of preparation tips from experts and toppers to tackle the exam effectively. Read this article to know more about SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Preparation 2022.

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ssc selection post phase 9 exam preparation 2022

Before trying to make a preparation strategy, candidates need to understand the syllabus and exam pattern of the exam. Once they are familiar with the exam syllabus and exam pattern, they can decide how much time and energy they want to devote to each subject. Candidates can go through this article to know more about the official SSC Selection Post Phase IX Syllabus and Exam Pattern along with preparation tips that can help them to make a proper preparation strategy.

SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Syllabus 2022

The syllabus for SSC Selection Post Phase 9 2022 is as follows.

matriculation level

  • General Intelligence: Decision Making, Problem Solving, Arithmetic Number Series etc.
  • General Awareness: Questions are asked on the geographical, cultural, economic, social and political background of India and its neighboring countries.
  • Quantitative Aptitude: Profit and Loss, Discount, Percentage, Interest, etc.
    English Language: Sentence Structure, Vocabulary, Grammar, etc.
    higher secondary level
  • General Intelligence: Semantic, Symbolic, Figure and Number Analogy, Symbolic Operations, Venn Diagram etc.

Higher Secondary level

  • General Awareness: Questions are asked on the geographical, cultural, economic, social and political background of India and its neighboring countries.
  • Quantitative Aptitude: Arithmetic, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Statistics, etc.
    English Language: Synonyms, Antonyms, Spelling, Active/Passive Voice, etc.
    graduate level
  • General Intelligence: Critical Thinking, Embedded Figures, Decoding and Classification, etc.

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Graduation level

  • General Awareness: Questions are asked on the geographical, cultural, economic, social and political background of India and its neighboring countries.
  • Quantitative Aptitude: Area, Degree and Radian Measurement, Hemisphere, etc.
  • English language: comprehension, writing ability, etc.
    SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Exam Pattern 2022

We have provided below a detailed exam pattern for all levels of SSC Selection Post Phase 9 2022.

Paper Type: Multiple Choice Paper.
Subject: General Intelligence, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language
Total No. of Questions: 100 Questions.
Maximum Marks: 200 Marks.
Duration: 1 hour (1 hour 20 minutes for handicapped candidates)
Negative Marking: 0.50 marks per wrong answer

Candidates need to appear for skill tests like typing, computer proficiency, data entry etc., if their respective post lists skill test in the essential qualification.

SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Exam Preparation Tips 2022

Since there is limited time to solve many questions, candidates need to make sure that they solve the paper quickly with accuracy. For this purpose, we have provided general tips to tackle the SSC Selection Post Phase 9 2022 exam.

  • Solve questions that you can answer within 15 seconds. If you can't answer it within 15 seconds, move on to the next question. You can take ssc selection post test series for Practice.
  • Give priority to the subject in which you are not good. It is seen that General Awareness and Mathematics are the toughest sections for the students. Prepare those subjects properly.
  • Avoid solving those questions for which you do not know the answer. It helps to avoid negative marking.
    Practice again and again and keep attempting mocks and practice tests.

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