SSC CHSL Success Story: SSC conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level(10+2) exam every year for the post of Lower Division Clerk/Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant, and Data Entry Operator. More than lakhs of students have appeared for the exam but only thousands of students are selected.
This year, we are extremely happy to see the success rate among our users who have been able to crack SSC CHSL examination. It gives us immense pleasure to put forward the name of our Onlinetyari user who successfully cracked all the stages of SSC CHSL examination 2016. Here, we have a short interview with an aspirant who has been a regular user of the OnlineTyari App and whose relentless determination and resolution helped him reach his ultimate goal. Today we are sharing SSC CHSL Success Story of Nitish Singh which will help you to get motivated for the upcoming examination.
SSC CHSL Success Story: Nitesh Singh (Cleared SSC CHSL Tier I & Tier II)
Given below is the interview with Nitish Singh conducted by the OnlineTyari Team
Q1. A brief introduction
A. I Have done my B.tech in Electronics and Instrumentations from Vidya College of Engineering Meerut. I have worked as an RF Engineer in Reliance Jio
Q2. What Made you choose this field of career?
A. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is also one of the recruiting bodies in India. It plays an important role in the recruitment of candidates for different government jobs under various departments. Every exam conducted by SSC ha similar exam pattern so I have prepared almost every exam conducted by SSC. I appeared for SSC CHSL and got through Tier 1 & 2.
Q3. What was your Approach to the exam? What is your success Mantra?
A. Before appearing for any exam the first thing is the basic thing to do is make short-term goals. Go through the exam pattern first and find the best books for each subject. For quant section, I started preparing 100 questions daily. Then, for English section, I attempted 10-12 mock test daily based on previous year papers. Reasoning section was quite easy, I started practicing reasoning questions by looking at the answers in order to understand the pattern of the questions. Last, for GS sections I was updated with the recent trends.
Q4. How did you manage your time during the exam? Which section should you attempt first?
A. I believe in the saying”Survival of the fittest”. As you know the competition is growing day by day and aspirants are fighting to clear the cutoff. For quantitative aptitude, I would recommend Kiran Publication with 8900+ question. Try to practice 100 questions daily. If you have practiced 100 questions daily you will be used to it. In order to know which section to attempt first, segregate your weaker section and try to practice more. You will have a clear idea of which section to attempt first.
Q5. Online or offline study? What would you suggest??
A. I would prefer Offline and online both. since I was studying offline, SSC declared that most of the exams will be conducted online. I studied from various books but I practiced mock tests online. Practicing Mock Tests online gave me an idea of the actual exam. Now the exam is conducted online, Practice online mock test helped me a lot.
Q6. How important is a mock test in cracking a competitive exam?
A. Mock test plays a vital role in exam preparation. After attempting mock test self-analysis is very important.
Q7. A piece of advice for fellow aspirants and dreamers that you would like to give?
A. I would like to tell my aspirants to focus on your aim. Do not take any pressure. Even if you fail in the first attempt do not lose hope. Make this failure underestimate your self-esteem. Believe in your self and you will succeed.
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