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SSC CGL 2021-22 : One Month (30 Days) Preparation Plan

Staff Selection Commission – Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC CGL exam) is a national-level exam conducted every year by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). The exam is conducted in four tiers. It is controlled and organized by the Government of India, for the purpose of recruiting staff for various posts in various ministries and departments of the Government of India and its subordinate offices. Here is a complete and detailed SSC CGL Study Plan for three months!

SSC CGL Exam 2021-22 Latest Updates

  • The official notification for SSC CGL 2021-22 has been released on the SSC official website.
  • Those who have been waiting for the announcement of the SSC vacancies 2021-22 can visit the website.
  • The candidate must read the notification details including eligibility criteria, vacancies, important dates, etc.
  • Eligible candidates can apply online for the SSC CGL exam from 23 December, 2021 to 23 January, 2022.
  • The last date to submit the application fee online is 25 January, 2022.

SSC CGL Study Plan

The complete topic-wise study plan for SSC CGL Exam is as given below:

Reasoning & General Ability

The reasoning section is one of the easiest and also scoring sections of this exam. So, you must try and score as many marks as possible in this section.

Reasoning

First 10 Days Plan

Next 10 Days Plan

Last 10 Days Plan

Analogy
Classification
Word Formation
Mirror and Water Image
Logical Venn Diagram
Arrangement of Words
Distance and Direction

Cubes and Dice

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Coding-Decoding
Series
Blood Relations
Alphabet Test
Mathematical Operations

Syllogism
Paper Cutting

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Completion of
Ranking/Arrangement
Calendar/Clock

Alphabet Series
Counting of Figures
Missing Number
Statements and Conclusions
Embedded Figures
Completion of Figures

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Quantitative Aptitude

Unlike reasoning, quantitative aptitude is the hardest section of the paper and is also quite a time-consuming part of the exam. Thus, a lot of practice is required to solve this section.

Quantitative Aptitude

First 10 Days Plan

Next 10 Days Plan

Last 10 Days Plan

Time and Work

Simple and Compound Interest
Pipes and Cistern
Percentage

Profit, Loss, and Discount
Geometry

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Speed, Time, and Distance

Average

Mixture and Alligation
Algebra

Boat and Stream

Ratio and Proportion

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

HCF and LCM

Sequence and Series
Simplification

Number System

Data interpretation Trigonometry

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

English Language

English Language

First 10 Days Plan

Next 10 Days Plan

Last 10 Days Plan

Basics Grammar: Verbs, Noun

Preposition,

Adjective

Tenses

Articles
Conjunctions

Vocabulary

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Synonyms & Antonyms

Use of Verb with Prepositions

Vocabulary

Completing Phrase & Idioms

Practice Error Spotting

One word Substitution.

Revise all the grammar Rules & Practice Questions on each topic

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Practice Reading Comprehension

Practice Cloze Test

Vocabulary

Practice Synonyms & Antonyms

Practice One-word Substitution.

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

General Awareness

General Awareness

First 10 Days Plan

Next 10 Days Plan

Last 10 Days Plan

Ancient History: Harappa
Civilization, Basic idea –
Gupta Dynasty, Cholas,
Pallavas, Rashtrakutas

Modern History:
Revolt of 1857,
Later Mughals,
Titles are given to
Moderates & Extremist

Basic Current Affairs
(3-4 months – Sports,
Award, Science & Technology, Appointments, National & International events, Recent competitions) & Revision of
previous 6 days

Chemistry: Atomic
Structure, Models,
Noble Gases, Solutions
& types (Homogeneous, Heterogeneous), Metalloids, Ph Indicators,
*Vanderwaals, etc.

Chemistry: Metals, Non-Metals
& Ores, Alloys & their uses,
Metallurgy, Galvanization

Atmosphere Layers, Earth’s
composition, Longitudes & Latitudes, Tectonic
Theories, IST

Economics:
Economic Survey,
Monetary Policy, Balance of Payment Taxes, Previous
years Paper Questions

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Polity: Indian Constitution
(Ideas are taken from Constitution
of different Countries
E.g. US, Canada, UK)

Polity: Powers of President, Vice President, Rights & Powers
of Supreme Court & High Court (Habeas Corpus), CAG,
Financial Emergencies,
Lists of Union concurrent

Fundamental Rights, Duties, Panchayat Raj System
(Committee), Preambles,
Constitution Amendments

Physics: SI Units, Scalar &
Vector Quantities, Inventions

Forces: Basics – Gravitational,
Centripetal, Friction, etc.
(Refer to previous years
papers), Viscosity, Cohesion,
Surface Area (Basics)

Medieval History:
Battle of Tarain, Delhi Sultan,
Lodhi Dynasty, etc.

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Biology: Human body,
DNA, RNA, Glands
(Largest, smallest), Veins, Artery (Pulmonary),
Ear Bones, Thorax
(basics), Facts
related to Human Anatomy

Basic Current Affairs
(last 3-4 months – Sports, Award, Science & Technology, Appointments, National & International events, Recent
Competitions)

Diseases: Caused by Bacteria, Virus,
etc. (Cholera, Malaria
& their vaccines-founders)
& Nutrients,
Deficiencies, Vitamins
(E.g. Night Blindness,
Berri-Berri, Rickets,
Kwashiorkor)

Plants, Reproduction, Pollination,  Tissue, Roots,
Cells (Subsidiary, Guard Cells, Companion Cells, Stomata)
& their functions

Important Rivers, Cities on River Banks, Indian State, Capitals, Folk Dances, Wildlife Centuries, National Parks, Oceans, Important Line
Boundaries, National Highway

Basic Current Affairs
(last 3-4 months) focusing on
Sports, Award, Science &
Technology, Appointments,
National & International
events, Recent competitions

Revise all the topics & attempt full Mock Tests

Quick Preparation Tips for the Last One Month

  • One of the very important aspects of this exam is the ability to manage time. Try and focus on that.
  • Make sure that you eat and sleep well, as both of these will help you stay focused better.
  • Solve both numerical and word problems.
  • Read newspapers and journals to stay updated with current affairs. This will also help in improving your vocabulary.
  • Make sure that you evaluate your performance on and off. This will help you know where you are going wrong.
  • Practice a lot of maths problems, so that you are able to get the correct answer in the first attempt itself as accuracy matters.
  • Attempt multiple mock tests and also solve previous papers. This will help you in managing time, and also you get to know the variety of questions that could come up.

Conclusion

SSC CGL exam is a national-level exam conducted every year by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). The exam is conducted in four tiers. It is controlled and organized by the Government of India to recruit staff for various posts in various ministries and departments of the Government of India and its subordinate offices.

Here we have explained the SSC CGL Study Plan for three months!

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