Staff Selection Commission has postponed the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam due to coronavirus. The notice was released on its official website @ssc.nic.in and new of examination are yet to be announced. All the aspirants who are yet to appear in the exam are advised not to get complacent about the studies and keep preparing for the exam. As many of you must have not appeared for the recruitment exam yet, we are providing a few tips and strategies that aspirants can follow and prepare for the rescheduled examination.
Study the topics that were left
It is a great time to study all the topics that candidates were not able to complete. There is an ample amount of time to finish the topics that you weren’t able to study due to the shortage of time. Make notes of all the topics and prepare for those topics as you did for the other topics.
You must also keep revising older topics that you had prepared. Proper distribution of this syllabus is very important. This way, candidates would be able to cover each and every topic in the syllabus. Alternatively, candidates can also refer to the previous question papers of the SSC CHSL examination which could also provide them with more important topics.
Attempt Memory Based Mock
Candidates can also prepare for the exam by attempting the memory-based questions. It contains all the questions that came in the examination. All the questions are true and came in different shifts in the exam. Practice with the memory-based exam and you will have an idea about the level of difficulty of the exam.
Watch the exam analysis
Before the postponement of the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam, SSC Conducted the exam was conducted on 17th, 18th and 19th march. Candidates who didn’t appear for the exam can check the exam analysis and get an idea of what kind of questions are being asked in the examination.