English language section of any SSC or Banking exam has questions based on idioms & phrases.
The Staff Selection Commission exams are conducted with the purpose of recruiting personnel for jobs in Central Govt, its various departments and ministries.
When it comes to English section of SSC CGL & Bank PO / Clerk exams, it is often seen that students face difficulty in attempting questions based on sentence rearrangement / parajumbles.
For most Govt. Job aspirants, both IBPS and SSC recruitments carry high significance. These aspirants consider IBPS PO and SSC CGL (Graduate Level) exams their primary opportunities.
For most Govt. job aspirants SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL) exam is the most important opportunity of the year. Keeping this exam in mind, aspirants work hard throughout the year.
Clearing an SSC exam like SSC CGL is no cake walk.
SSC is expected to release the notification for the combined graduate level exam on 14th March, 2015.
SSC CGL is surely one of the most competitive Govt. Job exams in the country. Over 10 lakh candidates prepare themselves throughout the year for this exam.
Failure is rightly regarded as the best teacher. It makes you introspect and analyze the reasons for your below par performance. Thus, a failure becomes a stepping stone to success.
Mathematics is arguably the most interesting section of SSC CGL exam. Interesting, because it is the most feared and yet the most crucial part of the examination.