SSC EXAM BOOKS FOR CGL,MTS,CHSL,CONSTABLE,STENO

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SSC EXAM BOOKS FOR CGL,MTS,CHSL,CONSTABLE,STENO APK

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Arithmetic is a branch of mathematics which deals with problems relating to Number system, Decimals, Fractions, Simplification, HCF and LCM, Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, Partnership, Average, Profit and Losses, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Data Interpretation, Trigonometry, etc. In every competitive examination there is a quantitative aptitude question paper. Candidate should have good understanding of all the topics mentioned in the arithmetic syllabus as the current day competitive examinations test the candidate's clarity of concept, speed of calculation and accuracy of the solution. To help those candidates who are preparing for competitive examinations we have provided separate chapter on the above mentioned topics. In every chapter we have given important formulas and short cut tricks wherever applicable. Candidates should go through each and every formulae and shortcut tricks before going through the problems.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE TOPICS-
1. Area 11. Compound Interest
2. Average 12. Problem on Ages
3. Alligation or Mixture 13. Percentage
4. Banker's Discount 14. HCF and LCM
5. Boats and Streams 15. Simple Interest
6. Surds and Indices 16. Problems on Trains
7. Ratio and Proportion 17. Profit and Loss
8. Pipes and Cisterns 18. Square Root and Cube Root
9. Partnership 19. Time and Distance
10. Volume and Surface Area. 20. Time and Work

VERBAL REASONING
Verbal reasoning is the ability to understand the concepts expressed through words. in this you may get passage of text with some activities. through verbal reasoning, one may assess your verbal skills. which may include your vocabulary, spelling, grammar and reading and understanding capabilities. Also, follow the reasoning topics given below.

Number series
Analogy
Classifications
Blood relations
Coding-decoding
Puzzle test
Machine input
Inequalities
Decision making
Syllogism
Sitting arrangement
Sequential output tracing
Direction sense test
Logical Venn diagram
Alphabet test
Alpha-numerical sequence puzzle
Mathematical operations
Numbers, ranking & time sequence test
Logical sequence test
Arithmetical operations
Inserting the missing characters
Data Sufficiency
Eligibility test
Assertion and reason
Situation reaction test
Verification of truth of the statement
NON-VERBAL REASONING
The non verbal reasoning is like picture oriented problems. You can easily solve these by viewing the pictures. Also follow the nonverbal reasoning topics which are given below.

Series
Analogy
Classification
Analytical reasoning
Mirror-image
Water-image
Spotting out the embedded figures
Completion of incomplete pattern
Figure matrix
Paper folding
Paper cutting
Rule detection
Grouping of identical figures
Cubes and dice
Dot situation
Construction of squares and triangles

Syllabus for English:
Passage and Cloze test, Improving Sentences, Spotting Errors, Synonyms and Antonyms, Fill in the Blanks, Active/Passive Voice, Verbs, One word substitution, Idioms & Phrases

Syllabus for General Awareness:
History & Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General policy, Scientific research, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Section, Current Affairs, Current GK, Books and Authors, Persons and Place in News, Abbreviations

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