Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Your Essential Guide to Online Bank Exams

Given that, you have prepared well for your online bank exam. You have gone through the subjects thoroughly and know the syllabus on finger tips. Yet, we are sure you will experience some anxiety about the exam.

On the top of it, if it is an online exam, we know that your mind will keep on thinking about how to go about it as the procedure and instructions are definitely different from the traditional pen and paper exam.



So, in order to help you to prepare well for the day of the online exam, TalentSprint takes you through the first few screens of the online exam format by IBPS . You can go through these and prepare well for the wartime. Refer to the screen-wise explanation.

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Essential Guide to Online Bank Exams



Page 2:

Your information is pre-populated here, please check it carefully and confirm.


Page 3:

This page has the instructions, which one needs to go through thoroughly before starting the exam.

General Instructions
  1. Total of 120 minutes duration will be given to attempt all the questions.
  2. The clock has been set as the server and the countdown timer at the top right corner will display the time remaining for you to complete the exam. When the clock runs out the exam ends by default. You are not required to end or submit your exam.
  3. The question palette at the right of the screen shows one of the following statuses of each of the questions numbered:
You have not visited the question yet.

You have answered the question.

You have not answered the question.

You have NOT answered the question but have marked the question for review.

You have answered the question but marked it for review.

The Marked for Review status simply acts as a reminder that you have set to look at the question again. If an answer is selected for a question that is marked for Review, the answer will be considered in the final evaluation.

Navigating to a question
To select a question to answer you can do one of the following:
  • Click on the question number on the question palette at the right of your screen to go to that numbered question directly. Note that using this option does NOT save your answer to the current question.
  • Click on Save and Next to save answer to the current question and go to the next question in sequence.
  • Click on Mark for Review and Next to save answer to the current question, mark it for review, and go to the next question in sequence.
Navigating through Section
  • The section in this question paper is displayed on the top bar of the screen. Questions in a section can be viewed by clicking on the section name. The section you are currently viewing is highlighted.
  • After clicking the Save & Next button on the last question for a section, you will automatically be taken to the first question of the next section.
  • You can move the mouse cursor over the section names to view the status of the questions for that section.
  • You can shuffle between sections and questions anytime during the examination as per your convenience.
Answering Questions For multiple choice type questions:
  • To select your answer, click on one of the options buttons.
  • To change your answer, click another desired option button.
  • To save your answer, you MUST click on Save & Next.
  • To deselect a chosen answer, click on the chosen option again or click on the clear Response button.
  • To mark a question for review click on Mark for Review & Next. If an answer is selected for a question that is marked for Review, the answer will be considered in the final evaluation.
To change an answer to a question, first, select the question and then click on the new answer option followed by a click on the Save & Next button.

The question that is saved or marked for review after answering will ONLY be considered for evaluation.


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This page consists of other important instructions including the color coding used in the question palette to help the student identify the number of questions answered, not answered, marked for review, etc.

Other Important Instructions
  • Total of 120 minutes duration will be given to attempt all the questions.
  • All questions carry equal marks. For each right answer, 1 mark is awarded. For wrong answer negative mark is awarded which is 1/4th of the marks allotted for that question.
You have not visited the question yet.

You have not answered the question.

You have NOT answered the question but have marked the question for review.
You have answered the question

You have answered the question but marked it for review.                                     
        << Preview



Choose your default language   



You can use the above to choose your default language, which is either English or Hindi.


I have read and understood the instructions. All computer Hardware allotted to me are in proper working condition. I agree that in the case of not adhering to the instruction, I will be disqualified from giving the exam.

I am ready to begin

Once you click on the above, your exam will begin and you will be shown the questions. And you are ready to go. Hope this helps you to be at ease during the exam. Do take a look at these screens once again to be familiar with it once before the exam.

All the best.



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Your Essential Guide to Online Bank Exams

Given that, you have prepared well for your online bank exam. You have gone through the subjects thoroughly and know the syllabus on finger tips. Yet, we are sure you will experience some anxiety about the exam.

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Tuesday, 29 March 2016

UPTET 2016 Results are declared

Uttar Pradesh Education Board has successfully conducted the Teacher’s Eligibility Test (UPTET)
on 02nd February 2016 at 1128 centres. More than 9 lakh aspirants have taken the test. The
candidates who will clear this test will be eligible to apply for TGT and PRT teacher’s posts. The
results of UPTET 2016 can be checked on its official website http://upbasiceduboard.gov.in/.

Candidates can follow below mentioned steps to check their results of the UPTET 2016.

  • Firstly go to the official website given http://upbasiceduboard.gov.in/
  • Click on the UTTET 2016 results link.
  • Enter your Enrollment number/ Roll number in the appeared box.
  • Verify the particulars given before submitting and Click on the submit button.
  • The Result will be appeared on the screen.
  • Take a print out of it for the future use.
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Monday, 28 March 2016

UPTET 2016 Results to be declared on 29th March 2016

Uttar Pradesh Education Board has successfully conducted the Teacher’s Eligibility Test (UPTET)

on 02nd Feb 2016. The results have to be released on 27th March 2016 but due to some glitches

the date has been extended to 29th March 2016. The results of UPTET 2016 will be going to

release on its official website http://upbasiceduboard.gov.in/.

Result Date: 29th March 2016.

Candidates can follow below mentioned steps to check their results of the UPTET 2016


  • Firstly go to the official website given http://upbasiceduboard.gov.in/
  • Click on the UTTET 2016 results link.
  • Enter your Enrollment number/ Roll number and Date of Birth in the appeared column.
  • Verify the particulars given before submitting and Click on the submit button.
  • The Result will be appeared on the screen.
  • Take a print out of it for the future use.
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Telangana TSTET 2016 photograph image and signature image settings

The general settings for the candidate photograph and signature images for the TS-TET 2016 are 4.5cmx3.5cm and 3.5cmx1.5cm. For those who are confused can follow the guidelines as mentioned below
Photograph:


  • The Photograph must be recent passport picture.
  • The Photograph must be in color and taken against a light colored background preferably white background.
  • If a person wear glasses make sure that there are no reflections and your eyes can be clearly seen.
  • Hats, Caps, dark glasses are not at all entertained. Anyway religious headwear is allowed but must not cover your face.
  • Dimensions for the Photograph image are 3.5cm width x 4.5cm height (preferred).


Signature:


  • The candidate has to sign on white paper with black ink pen only.
  • The signature will be used to put on the Call letter and wherever necessary.
  • In any case, If the candidate signature on the answer script, at the time of the examination does not match the signature on the call letter, the candidate will be disqualified.
  • Dimensions for Signature image are 3.5cm width x 1.5cm height (preferred).
  • Signature in the CAPITAL LETTERS may not be accepted.
  • Ensure that the signature is within the box shown above.
  • Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 50kb. If the size of the image is more than 50kb then adjust the settings of the scanner such as resolutions, number of colors and dpi during the scanning process.
  • Applications with no photo, unclear photo, and inadequate size of photo will be rejected.




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How to Download the Hall ticket for Telangana State TSTET 2016

Confused when and where to download the Hall Ticket for TS-TET 2016, then here is the solution for your problem.
  • All the candidates can Download their hall tickets form 20th April 2016 from the website http://tstet.cgg.gov.in/

  • If the candidate could not download  his/her Hall ticket can contact the Director, SCERT & Exofficio Director, SCERT, Hyderabad between 10.30 AM and 5.00 PM on all working days between 20.04.2016 and 30.04.2016 for a duplicate hall ticket.

  • The Candidates should submit their Journal Number issued at the time of fee paid, a copy of application printout along with a photograph ( Note: The photograph should be same as on the application form)


Note: No request for the duplicate hall ticket after the exam is entertained.
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How to complete Telangana Teacher Eligibility Test TS-TET 2016 Online Application

The first ever TSTET here. For all you candidates, who are new to the process on online application, we have made a step-by-step guide to fill up the form.

Telangana Teachers Eligibility Test 2016 Application process is explained clearly in a step by step process
  1. Go to http://tstet.cgg.gov.in. 
  2. Before you start filling application, pay registration fee of Rs.200/- through TSONLINE or e-Seva/mee seva centers or directly from payment gateway link available in the website. 
  3. Note down Journal Number, Payment Date & Date of Birth. 
  4. Now Click on Application Form. 
  5. Click on “ WELCOME TO ONLINE APPLICATION” 
  6. Fields marked with ‘*’ are compulsory and must be filled without skipping. 
  7. Enter your Journal Number issued by TSonline or payment gateway, the date of payment of fee and Date of Birth. 
  8. At the field ‘Attach your latest photograph’ Click on Browse button and attach your photograph and your signature stored on the local machine. 
  9. Click on the declaration and enter the verification code. 
  10. Now Press Upload, The application will be opened. 
  11. When the application form is opened check if the photo is of required size, it is clear and it is of the same candidate of whom the details are to be filled in the application form. If the photo is smaller in size, not clear or does not belong to the candidate press ‘BACK’ button below the photograph on the application form and restart with scanning of the photograph. 
  12. Confirm the photograph and that it is as per the given specifications. 
  13. Fill in the application form with required details. 
  14. After filling all the details press PREVIEW button. This will display the details submitted by you. 
  15. If you find all the details correct press SUBMIT otherwise press EDIT and resubmit the information.
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Friday, 25 March 2016

Understanding the CTET and TET exam syllabus

The most common question asked about CTET and STET is "what is the syllabus"? Secondaly, Is it any different for CTET and State TETs. The answer is No

The only difference could be that while you have a choice to choose your first language in State TET exam (Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada etc), the second language will always be English. This is true for Central TET as well.

The syllabus of CTET is vast. If you are new to CTET, the first thing you have to know is that CTET and State TET exam and syllabus is organized in the following way:



Instead of English and Hindi you can choose Hindi and English also. Language I is always tested at higher rigor than Language II. For example - while filling up your application, you have marked the following:

Language I - English
Language II - Hindi

and your friend marked the following -
Language I - Hindi
Language II - English

Your English paper will be tougher than your friend's English paper.and her Hindi paper will be tougher than your Hindi paper. So, whichever language you are more comfortable with, choose that as your first language.
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State Teacher Eligibility Test - Number of Applicants

Our research indicates there are lakhs and lakhs of students writing Teacher Eligibility Tests conducted by different states every year.  Please have a look at the table below to see number of students applying in State TET exams every year.


If you are preparing for CTET or TET exams and looking for training program in English or Hindi, you can check out our courses at www.talentsprint.com/ctet


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What is the difference between CTET, TET and B.Ed, B.El.Ed?

CTET and TET are Teacher Eligibility Tests in India. They have been put in place so as to make sure that the teachers in India are qualified to teach. Unlike the top performing countries in the world, teaching is not a preferred job in India so it does not attract talent. Government has started paying well in government schools in order to attract great teachers.

Overall, there are 5000 Job Vacancies posted by Government in KV, Navodaya Vidyala and Tibetan Schools. CTET qualified teachers are eligible to apply in these vacancies.

Similary, every State publish vacancies in the state-run government schools. These schools mostly are in vernacular medium (Kanadda, Tamil, Telugu etc) and a small percentage is in English Medium. Every state therefore conduct TET (Karnataka TET, UP TET, Tamil Nadu TET etc) to recruit teachers for State school vacancies.

Salaries in Govt. schools have been raised to as high as ₹40,000 - ₹50,000 per month with retirement benefits. So, lakhs of people write CTET and State TET exams to fill us these vacancies.
B.Ed and B.El.Ed are the undergraduate / college degrees required to teach in a Govt. and CBSE affliated schools. It is mandatory to either have a diploma or a degree in education to write the CTET/TET exams too.

To find more information about the syllabus, eligibility, no. of candidates writing exam, you can visit us at www.talentsprint.com/ctet


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Wednesday, 16 March 2016

How to Crack in RRB NTPC 2016 without Breaking Your Morale

How to Crack in RRB NTPC 2016

All those who are looking for jobs which provide security, high salary and non-hectic work schedule and many other facilities, there is a reason to rejoice. After nearly a gap of three years, Indian Railway Board is back with bumper vacancies for the post of Commercial Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice, Enquiry-Cum-Reservation Clerk, Goods Guard, Junior Accounts Assistant-cum-Typist, Senior Clerk-cum-Typist, Assistant Station Master, Traffic Assistant and Senior Time Keeper. Well, take a guess at the number of vacancies. You will be surprised to know that nearly 18,252 vacancies are up for grabs.

With these vacancies announced, Railway Recruitment Board Non-Technical Popular Categories (RRB NTPC) has become one of the most critical Railway Job Exams in 2016. Since the number of vacancies is huge, the competition for various posts is also tough. This means that the preparation of the aspirants should not only be good but the best.

So, in order to help you prepare well for the RRB NTPC Exam 2016, today, we bring to you some tips and tricks to score high marks and make your dream come true.

Preparation Tips for the Exam


If you aspire to get into Indian Railways through RRB NTPC Exam, then you should start your preparation right away and get the early starter advantage. Take a look at the following steps:
  • Know the right syllabus: Knowing the right syllabus is the first and the most important thing as you cannot start your preparation for the exam without knowing the complete and updated syllabus of the exam. If you know the syllabus, then you will be able to make a systematic time table by covering all the subjects and select the appropriate study material.
  • Chalk out a study plan: Depending on your strengths and weaknesses, chalk out a detailed study plan and follow it religiously till the date of exam to ensure maximum preparedness. Through this strategy, you will be able to work on your weaker areas, give your best shot and increase your chances of qualifying in the exam.
  • Practice to perfection: Practice is the key to success in all the competitive exams and RRB NTPC 2016 is no exception. Hence, ensure that you practice rigorously and improve your chances of selection.  The more you practice, the more will be your understanding of the subject. Practice previous year’s question papers, sample papers and attempt mock tests. Practicing previous year’s papers will give you an idea about the examination pattern as well.
  • Learn Time Management: Speed and Time Management play a major role in the competitive exams and RRB NTPC Exam 2016 is no different. If you know how to manage time, then you will be able to solve all the questions easily in limited allotted time period. Thus, you must be lightning fast in calculations. For this, you can keep a stopwatch by your side and practice regularly. Do know that everyone else who is preparing for this exam has the same amount of time. The one, who uses it smartly, succeeds.
  • Revision is important: Revising what you have studied before the exams is the key. If you don’t revise, then you might forget what you have learnt during your preparation time. So, give proper time to revision.

Tips for each section of RRB NTPC Exam 2016

The RRB NTPC Exam has questions mainly from three sections i.e., General Awareness and Current Affairs, Quantitative Aptitude, General Intelligence and Reasoning. Here are few tips with respect to the subjects:

  • Read daily newspapers as this will keep you updated with current affairs.
  • Read exhaustive material on general awareness.
  • Prepare notes of important news (political, social as well as economic) and corporate affairs and revise them meticulously.
  • Another way of preparing for this subject is going through magazines that focus on general knowledge and current affairs.
  • Spend at least 45 minutes every day on improving your calculation ability so that you can maximise your score in this section.
  • Have a list of formulae that are important and make sure that you remember them all.
  • Learn the smart methods and tricks for answering questions in this section to save your time.
  • Read the question very carefully and pay attention to words having negative prefixes like non- , un- as they can fool you for facts.
  • Reasoning problems take more time than other sections, hence, learn the art of Time Management.

Take help from the experts

While these few tips and tricks might help you in preparing for your RRB NTPC Exam 2016, yet there is always the need of that extra help. Here comes the role of Institutes like TalentSprint. The experts here can help you easily sail through one of the toughest exams in this year. So, what are you waiting for? Check out this Institute and ensure your success in RRB NTPC Exam 2016.

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How to Crack in RRB NTPC 2016 without Breaking Your Morale

All those who are looking for jobs which provide security, high salary and non-hectic work schedule and many other facilities, there is a reason to rejoice. After nearly a gap of three years, Indian Railway Board is back with bumper vacancies. You will be surprised to know that nearly 18,252 vacancies are up for grabs.

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Monday, 14 March 2016

The Two Secrets of Karthik Suresh Becoming a Bank Officer

Secrets of Karthik Suresh Becoming a Bank Officer

Indian PSU Banks provide an excellent opportunity for graduates. It is estimated that more than 7.5 lakh freshers will be recruited by Indian PSU Banks over the next few years. While the jobs are aplenty, the competition is equally high and banks exams are quite tough. If numbers are to be believed then success rate is only 1.5 percent which means that less than 2 out of 100 aspirants that take the bank exam actually get a job.  Hence, it is extremely necessary that the aspirants prepare and study well for the bank exams as that is the main key to a bright future ahead.

“In addition to studying well and hard work, proper guidance in terms of professional coaching is also needed to increase the chances of success,” says Karthik Pathivada who is presently working as a Probationary Officer at SBI. He adds, “It is for the same reason as above that I enrolled for TalentSprint Training Program. My mentors at TalentSprint did their best and helped me a lot in my preparation. I used to study the material supplied by them, for 3-4 hours daily. In addition, I studied from the internet and books available in the market.”



Hardwork is the key


Sharing the key to his success, Karthik avers, “There is no substitute to hardwork. You will have to work day and night to achieve your goal. Being an average student, I had nothing to rely on except my hard work and dedication. Hardwork along with proper guidance became the game changers in my life.” Karthik suggests the same to all the other aspirants. He urges them to be focussed and take help of professional institutes like TalentSprint to crack through some of the toughest exams.

Other than hard work, dedication is also needed. One needs to focus on the weak areas and practice a lot. Apart from dedication, the other most important thing that is needed is a strong will and the desire to do the task at hand. Like in most things of life, success is ensured, if you enjoy what you are doing. It goes without saying that bank exams preparation is an arduous task and those who enjoy working hard for it reap the fruits in future. So, you need to put in your hard work with your heart and see how the whole world will work towards making your dream come true.

Expert guidance matters


On being asked about how TalentSprint helped in his preparation, he notes, “I found the faculty as well as the TalentSprint Training Program to be very good. I especially liked Rohit Sir’s classes. They gave me all the guidance and the required help. The guide who taught me general awareness was no less. Her method of teaching was interesting and easy. The best part about these teachers and Institute was that you could clear your doubts in the LIVE Doubt Clarification sessions. They never turned down any request. What more? The Institute also provided me with the right reading material and tips and tricks to study well. So, if you are one of those looking for professional guidance for bank exams preparation, then TalentSprint should be your first choice.”


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The Two Secrets of Karthik Suresh Becoming a Bank Officer

The Two Secrets of Karthik Suresh Becoming a Bank Officer

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Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Is there a standard book for CTET Preparation?

The syllabus of CTET is very vast. It has been picked from B.Ed, B.El.Ed and D.Ed (Diploma)  syllabus which makes it very difficult to be covered by one book. Our team of experts have looked through several books in the market and found that all books cover different material. Therefore, there is no standard book that we found which covers the material correctly, in fact, they confuse the test taker with lot of theoretical concepts.
Other point to note is that in last exams from 2010 to the recently concluded Feb 2016 exam, there is no pattern of a question asked from a particular topic. Nothing gets repeated, nothing is more important than the other. The best way to prepare is to prepare for every topic well with hard work and dedication.
We recently published analysis of all CTET Feb 2016 Test papers which shows which are the most frequently tested topic. You can read our analsis at The hottest topics of CTET Feb 2016 Paper I and Paper II

We tried to pick the best CTET Books available in market and found that none of the books covered all the topics well from the context of the exam. There is no standard way except the CTET previous years questions themselves.

Our strategy for you - Read the topic from any book or even online. Get the previous year papers downloaded and practice from them.

Our offering - We have designed a program which does just that. In a fun filled way, we will teach you a topic with 3-4 videos of 5 mins each, we will give you all the questions that have come on that topic in all previous CTET Papers. And there you go! Check out www.talentsprint.com/ctet 


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CTET 2016 Paper Analysis: What are you not getting right?

Teachers that we met at CTET Test Centers, face a lot of problem in understanding some of the easiest concepts of curriculum because of the language difficulty. Look at the question below:

A textbook of class VIII has following illustrations - women as teachers and maids while men as doctors and pilots. This type of depiction is likely to promote -

(1) Gender Constancy
(2) Gender Empowerment
(3) Gender Stereotyping
(4) Gender Role Play

When we asked the teachers their answer to this question, we found lot of them wrote the answer as "Gender Empowerment". The possible reasons are:

1. They do not understand the word "Empwerment"
2. They think that depicting women as maids and teachers and men as doctors and pilots is empowering the two genders.
3. They misunderstand the meaning of the word "Stereotype". Therefore, they think that it is a positive or a neutral word like Constancy and Role Play.

These are the possible reasons. Our advice - CTET is not an easy exam if you do not have a decent vocab in English. Lot of times the concept may be very clear to you. For example - this concept is from the topic Gender Bias. If you know the concept of Gender Bias, then this is very easy to answer. But then you also need to know the meaning of the words in the option.

So, when you prepare for CTET, work towards your English too. The best way to do this? Check out all previous CTET papers which are freely available www.talentsprint.com/ctet. Look through the meaning of the words that have been asked in the paper which you are not well-versed with. This is the best way to accelerate your preparation.

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Tuesday, 1 March 2016

3 Things That Will Help You Crack SSC-CGL 2016

3 Things That Will Help You Crack SSC-CGL 2016

SSC CGL is one of the premier exams in India if you are aspiring to get into a Government job in 2016. However, the competition for this exam is very high. More and more people are applying for this exam every passing year. This has increased the cut-off marks each year.

But with planning and dedication to the plan one can beat the competition down. In this post we will deal with how you can go about preparing for each of the sections and what you should focus on. To begin with, give your preparation an early bird advantage. The earlier you start preparing, the better it is.

The SSC CGL Exam is divided into three topics viz., (i) General Intelligence & Reasoning (ii) Quantitative Aptitude (iii) General Awareness. The best way to prepare for the exam is to identify the key topics in each section and prepare for it rather than following a very generic approach.

1. General Intelligence & Reasoning

This section tests the basic intelligence and reasoning abilities of the candidate. They involve questions on Decision Making, Coding and Decoding, Blood Relations, Numeric Operations, Space Orientation and so on. This requires regular practice to score better. There are many good books available in the market to understand and solve these problems. Try to understand the pattern on which these questions are based and the standard approaches available to solve them.

What to focus on?
  • Semantic Analogy
  • Symbolic/Number Analogy
  • Semantic Classification
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Symbolic/Number Classification
  • Semantic Series
  • Figure Pattern – folding and completion, Mirror Image, Water Images, Number Series, Coding and Decoding, Problem Solving etc.

2. Quantitative Aptitude

Spend at least 45 minutes every day on improving your calculation ability. The syllabus includes chapters like Number System - Whole Number, Decimals, Fractions; Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Profit and Loss, Triangles, Circle, Sphere, Polygons, problems related to Height, Distance, Pie Chart, Bar Graph etc.

These were mostly studied by you in the high school. The best way to start for this section is to brush up the basics, as it helps understand the concepts. So, starting from the school textbooks would be the best method. Later, you can refer to other books as well. The key to unlocking this section is practice and more practice. Dedicate a fixed number of hours every day for practice. This is not a theoretical subject that can be learnt in the last minute. It requires practical problem solving skills. And you become better and better with every day practice.

What to focus on:-
  • Decimal and Fractions
  • Relationship between numbers
  • Percentages
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Square Roots
  • Averages
  • Simple Interest and Compound Interest
  • Profit and Loss
  • Time and Distance
  • Time and Work
  • Use of Tables and Graphs like Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar-diagram, Pie-chart and so on.

3. General Knowledge and Awareness

Read exhaustive material on General Awareness. This section has questions on the current affairs of India and the neighboring countries plus questions on History, Geography, General Policies and Scientific Research related to Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Reading National newspaper on a daily basis and following current affairs magazine is the best way to prepare for this section. Focus on the current affairs of past 6 months as the exam tends to focus on that. Reading daily newspapers helps improve not only English Language but also General Awareness.

What to focus on:
  • Cover syllabus from History, Geography, Politics, Economy and Current Affairs
  • Read any one or two National newspapers to be read on a daily basis
  • Read any one or two magazines that give information on current affairs
Apart from this, to hone your English language ability, learn at least 20 words and their usages every day.

In all, plan your study and then work the plan.

Apart from understanding what to focus on there several shortcut methods and techniques in each of the section. An expert faculty like that of TalentSprint can help you perform better in exams.


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3 Things That Will Help You Crack SSC-CGL 2016

SSC CGL is one of the premier exams in India if you are aspiring to get into a Government job in 2016. However, the competition for this exam is very high. But with planning and dedication to the plan one can beat the competition down.

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