As you all know that many exams have lined up and you all must be aware of the fact that FCI for the north region is to be conducted on 4th October. So SSCADDA team has decided to launch certain things that will not focus on any particular exam. In fact it will be relevant for all exams that is going to be held in upcoming months. This post is the glimpse of the real picture that we have planned for you folks.
You all must be thinking what different we are going to give or how is it different from others. The answer to these questions lies in the upcoming posts that you are going to get on SSCADDA. Most of the aspirants struggle with either English or Maths. There are very few who complains about other subjects. The reason behind this is that many students come from hindi background and it is really hard for them to compete with the students who are well versed with English background. Friends, it is hard but not impossible. This initiative is for those who want to brush up their grammatical skills and want to score sufficient in English section. We will be providing you all the important rules that is necessary and important for the competitive exams. Now coming to the Maths, this is considered to be one of the toughest part for either Banking or SSC. It is not because it is hard to study or remember formula, but because it is really hard to score more in less time. We are saying all this because for Maths, we will be equipping you with the shortcut tricks with proper explanation. This will not only make you understand it better but will also let you complete the questions in lesser time. So let us promise to ourselves that this exam season, we will take what we deserve.
ABLE (योग्य, सक्षम) – having sufficient power to accomplish something
-He will be able to finish by noon.
ABOUT ( के बारे में,आस-पास ,लगभग )– near, close to, approximately
-He was here about one month ago. The movie was about a boy and his dog.
ABOVE (ऊपर,अधिक) – at a higher level
-The cloud was above the mountain.
ABSURD ( बेकार ,निरर्थक) – very unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate
-The argument was absurd.
ACCEPT (स्वीकार,सकारना) – approval or agreement
-Kumar accepted the contract. The contract was acceptable.
ACCESS(अभिगमन,आगमन ,पैठ,प्रवेश) – ability to enter or make use of
-Mary had access to money. She accessed the computer
ACCIDENT(आपात,घटना,दुर्धटना) – unforeseen or unplanned event
-They met by accident in the shop.
ACCOUNT (जमा खाता,मूल्य,रिपोर्ट)– Explanation or reason, sometimes dealing with money or time
-Santosh’s bank account had $100. The accountant balanced the books.
ACROSS (उस पार,आर-पार ,विपरीत तरफ) – on the opposite side
-The house was across the river.
ADDRESS (पता,भाषण देना,सम्बोधन करना)– to communicate directly, a location for contact
Mr. Kumar addressed the audience. We found the address of the hotel.