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2-Month Study Plan for SSC CGL 2017


If you are a serious aspirant for SSC CGL 2017, this is how your next 60 days should look like.

You have exactly 2 months before SSC CGL 2017 Tier-I exam. 2 months is a lot of time, that is, if you use it wisely. But if you learn without a proper plan in place, all your efforts would be in vain. Therefore, here is A STUDY PLAN for the last 2 months, prepared by Bank Naukri experts.

Your first step must be to acquaint yourself with the exam pattern, marking scheme and syllabus of SSC CGL. This well-written article will help you in that regard:-

SSC CGL 2017: Exam pattern, Syllabus & Important topics

Now, every day, devote time to all sections of the syllabus in this manner:-

Section

Time Duration

Reasoning

2 hours

Mathematics

4 hours

English Language

2 hours

General Awareness

2 hours

Total

10 hours

Days 1-15

Learn the easiest of topics in the syllabus. This will make your beginning smooth and will give you enough confidence to tackle harder topics. Also, utilize this time to learn the basics of English grammar and tenses. Once the foundation is strong, building up on it becomes easy. In the General Awareness section, focus on Polity and Economics.

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Day

Reasoning

Mathematics

English

General Awareness

1

Blood Relations

Simplification

Basic Grammar

Polity

2

Blood Relations

Simplification

Basic Grammar

Polity

3

Blood Relations

Simplification

Basic Grammar

Polity

4

Direction Sense

Ages

Basic Grammar

Polity

5

Direction Sense

Ages

Basic Grammar

Polity

6

Direction Sense

Ages

Tenses

Polity

7

Direction Sense

Ratio & Proportion

Tenses

Polity

8

Analogy

Ratio & Proportion

Tenses

Economics

9

Analogy

Ratio & Proportion

Tenses

Economics

10

Analogy

Time,Speed & Distance

Active, Passive Voice

Economics

11

Analogy

Time,Speed & Distance

Active, Passive Voice

Economics

12

Word formation

Time,Speed & Distance

Direct, Indirect Speech

Economics

13

Word formation

Time & Work

Direct, Indirect Speech

Economics

14

Word formation

Time & Work

Articles

Economics

15

Word formation

Time & Work

Prepositions

Economics

Days 16-30

 It’s time to tighten up your preparation. Now you must master all the important topics in the syllabus. This is the most crucial period of your preparation. Do well here, and your chances of clearing the exam will be good.

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Day

Reasoning

Mathematics

English

General Awareness

16

Venn Diagrams

Data Interpretation

Idioms & Phrases

History

17

Venn Diagrams

Data Interpretation

Idioms & Phrases

History

18

Venn Diagrams

Data Interpretation

Idioms & Phrases

History

19

Coding & Decoding

Geometry

Vocabulary - Spelling

History

20

Coding & Decoding

Geometry

Vocabulary - Spelling

History

21

Coding & Decoding

Geometry

Vocabulary - Spelling

History

22

Coding & Decoding

Trigonometry

Reading Comprehension

History

23

Puzzles

Trigonometry

Reading Comprehension

Geography

24

Puzzles

Trigonometry

Reading Comprehension

Geography

25

Puzzles

Algebra

Reading Comprehension

Geography

26

Puzzles

Algebra

Sentence Correction

Geography

27

Visual Reasoning

Algebra

Sentence Correction

Geography

28

Visual Reasoning

Mensuration

Sentence Correction

Geography

29

Visual Reasoning

Mensuration

Sentence Correction

Geography

30

Visual Reasoning

Mensuration

Sentence Correction

Geography

Days 31-45

 Take this time to cover all the remaining topics in all sections. Once you finish this, you will feel confident about your chances. Now all that is left is a good amount of practise, which you will do for the next 15 days.

Day

Reasoning

Mathematics

English

General Awareness

31

Verbal Reasoning

SI & CI

Sentence Completion

Science

32

Verbal Reasoning

SI & CI

Sentence Completion

Science

33

Verbal Reasoning

SI & CI

Sentence Completion

Science

34

Missing Series

Percentages

Sentence Completion

Science

35

Missing Series

Percentages

Parajumbles

Science

36

Missing Series

Percentages

Parajumbles

Science

37

Syllogisms

Profit & Loss

Parajumbles

Science

38

Syllogisms

Profit & Loss

Vocabulary - Substitution

Current Affairs

39

Syllogisms

Profit & Loss

Vocabulary - Substitution

Current Affairs

40

Input Output

Number Series

Vocabulary - Substitution

Current Affairs

41

Input Output

Number Series

Cloze test

Current Affairs

42

Input Output

Number systems

Cloze test

Current Affairs

43

Revision

Number systems

Revision

Current Affairs

44

Revision

Mixtures

Revision

Current Affairs

45

Revision

Mixtures

Revision

Current Affairs

You will definitely need good study material to empower your learning. Also, it would be great to have an expert guide you throughout your preparation. You can have both by subscribing to Bank Naukri’s online coaching program. The course allows you to study at your pace and convenience.

Days 46-60

 You have learnt enough. This period is only for practise. Revise whatever you have learnt until now and practise using a lot of mock tests. Spend your last 15 days before the exam in this manner:-

Task

Time

Revision

5 hours

Attempt Mock Test

1 hour

Analyze the Mock Test & your Performance

4 hours

You will find a series of 10 free mock tests on Bank Naukri’s website. Make good use of them.

 A few things to note:-

The plan, always - Stick to the plan, no matter what. Without a proper plan, your learning will have no direction.

Weak Areas - Identify your weak areas and spend more time on them. Only you can find what you’re good at and what you bad at.

Never Over-burden yourself - The learning needs to be intense, yeah, but you should also be able to enjoy the whole process. Learning becomes effective when the mind is relaxed. Never pressure yourself too much. Trust your plan.

If you have further doubts, ask our experts 


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