Current Affairs is an area that can make a lot of difference to your overall score in Banking, SSC and CDS Exams.
With the Staff Selection Commission notifying the dates for upcoming SSC CGL and CHSL exams whatever confusion there was, has been laid to rest.
As a Govt. job aspirant, vocabulary expansion is one of the most crucial aspects of Staff Selection Commission exam preparation. Of course, learning new words is a must for this task.
Almost all candidates targeting Banking & SSC Exams understand the significance of Current Affairs. Yet, many fail to score well on Questions based on Current Affairs.
It’s generally seen that candidates preparing for competitive exams somewhere lose out when it comes to scoring marks on general awareness section.
The general knowledge section of exams conducted by SSC has questions from both current affairs and static affairs.
English language section of any Banking or SSC exam consists of sentence error spotting and sentence improvement questions.
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.
For most students SSC exam GK is unpredictable and difficult to handle. They don’t have much idea about what types of questions are asked and how to prepare for them.