Complete list of topics for Maths.
- Number system (संख्या पद्धति)
- Simplification (सरलीकरण)
- Fractions (भिन्न)
- Square root and cube root (वर्गमूल और घनमूल)
- Exponent and radical (घातांक एवं करणी)
- Least common multiple and HCF (लघुत्तम समापवर्तक और महत्तम समापवर्त्य)
- Percentage (प्रतिशत)
- Discount (बट्टा)
- Profit and Loss (लाभ हानि)
- Average (औसत)
- Ratio and Proportion (अनुपात एवं समानुपात)
- Mixture (मिश्रण)
- Age related questions (आयु सम्बन्धी प्रश्न)
- Work and Time (काम समय)
- Pipes and Tanks (पाईप एवं टंकी)
- Speed time and distance (चाल समय दूरी)
- Train (रेलगाडी)
- River boat question (नदी नाव संबन्धी प्रश्न)
- Simple interest (साधारण ब्याज)
- Compound Interest (चक्रवृद्धि ब्याज)
- Area (क्षेत्रफल)
- Volume (आयतन)
- Algebra (बीजगणित)
- Trigonometry (त्रिकोणमिति)
- Height and distance (ऊंचाई एवं दूरी)
- coordinate geometry (निर्देशांक ज्यामिति)
- Tabular and graph (सारणी एवं ग्राफ)
- The chain System (श्रंखला)
- Diverse (विविध)
Practice is the only way to improve maths. Practive by writing question in a copy/register and then try to solve it there. Writing helps in understanding and better learning. Multiple times revision will do wonders.
Maths syllabus can be divided into Arithmetic, Data Interpretation & Advanced Maths. Elaborating further, this section consists of questions from topics like profit and loss, time, distance and work, average, alligation, elementary mensuration, algebra, trigonometry, geometry etc. It is important to analyse previous year papers and find out the break-up of questions. This will help you to find out which area needs more practice and time so that you can plan out your study schedule. Prior to SSC CGL 2016 Exam, the total number of questions asked in Tier 1 was 200 out of which 50 questions were of Quantitative Aptitude.
Yes, Maths is compulsory to clear SSC CGL Exam. SSC conducts CGL in 4 Tiers i.e. Tier 1,2,3,4. You cannot IGNORE Mathematics in SSC CGL Examination. Mathematics plays an important role in SSC CGL.
Quantitative Aptitude or MATHEMATICS is the most important section in SSC exams – specially the SSC CGL exam as it constitutes 250 marks out of total 700 marks. You need to practice a lot. And dont forget to take the test series. Try to answer as much quiz was you can.
Memorize multiplication tables up through 20. The practice of writing the table out will start to work the numbers into your memory even sooner. Recall your multiplication tables for division. And always make sure to simplify calculations into smaller, easier calculations. Practicing is the best way to keep your mind sharp when it comes to mathematical calculations.