How you actually study for SSC or Bank Exams

Every year lakhs of candidates give SSC and Bank exams. And chances are if you are reading this post you might be studying for any of these exams

Now everybody knows the syllabus of these exams is somewhat same i.e., Maths, English, Reasoning, GK and Computers Knowledge. They differentiate themselves in terms of type of questions.

I am writing tips to crack these exams since 2014 and I have written numerous articles on how to study for SSC and Bank exams.

But today I want to know how you actually study for these exams. I would love to hear:
  • What books you have used to prepare for Maths, English, Reasoning and GK.
  • Have you joined coaching to get any extra help.
  • Have you used any website, apps, forum or social media platform or any other digital media for study.
  • What's your strategy to crack these exams.

1 comment:

  1. Hello sir
    I would love to share the things you mentioned above. Following are the list of books which i study-

    Maths- quantum cat and kiran
    English- sp bakshi and norwamn lewis
    Gs- lucent

    My strategy is to first stregthen the basics for maths because i am little weak in maths so what i do is first i study ncert to get the concepts then i do questions from quantum cat and then practice from kiran.
    I started doing advance section first that is, i started from Geometry then mensuration and now i am on trignometry..

    I have been thinking to take coaching for ssc because i reckon that i will be needing extra help to crack cgl.

    I read and follow your blog only.


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