General Intelligence Section of SSC CHSL Exam will consist of a mixed questions from Analogy, Reasoning, Critical Thinking, Series and Sequences. Analyse your skill and answer questions keeping in mind the time limit.
General Awareness or GK Questions will be static as well as current affairs. Time to hit the books and hit em hard and get in touch with Indian history, economy, famous personalities and the latest news. GK is an extremely scoring section in SSC CHSL Recruitment Exam. Do not miss out.
Verbal Section will put up challenging questions from the world of English Grammar and Vocabulary, Idioms and Phrases, Sentence Correction, Spell Check, etc. Developing a proper strategy is important if you wish to cover maximum number of questions efficiently.
Quantitative Aptitude Questions has a number of topics which can be prevalent in SSC CHSL Recruitment Examination this year. Some of the ones you need to watch out in these sectional mock test series are algebra, geometry, trigonometry, time and distance etc.