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Quantitative Aptitude SSC CGL: Blood Relations

So its many a times its confusing between two similar-seeming relations. Many a times reason being a large family tree with a lot of members in every family. But with a little practice and proper steps, it is possible to tell those. It is one of the topics which are both important for our exams and daily life cause we don’t want confusion between the relatives. The questions on blood relations are an integral part of the reasoning or mental ability section of almost all the competitive exams. You will mostly see…

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Current Affairs For Bank PO

The General Awareness Section of Banking Exams covers numerous sections in it like Banking Awareness, Static GK, and Current Affairs.Here are some updates from previous months . These are some interesting topics so you may also check them separately for good in depth knowledge and collect more knownledge in these domains. You can learn more by joining the eckovation app . just go to following link   Eckovation App   and use group code -254198 to get more practice papers and test series. 1. PM Modi China Visit Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived…

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SSC CGL – General Intelligence & Reasoning (Syllabus And Mock Test)

This is one of the most scoring parts of the paper. It is because they require a little study and practice and are long lasting in memory. They are asked in many exams so we are usually prepared for some of the topics like a puzzle, word formation,  series formation, etc. Here are some of the topics which are frequently asked in SSC and  Bank PO  exams.   Number based Puzzles                           ( basic algebra or patterns) Blood Relation           …

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SSC CGL: Idioms And Phrases

Idioms And phrases are also some of the confusing topics and frequently asked in the English section. Idioms are the group of words whose meaning changes when used together although they give different meaning when used separately. Here are some most commonly asked Idioms with their meanings.   1. Once in a blue moon: ->Something that happens very rarely. 2.  Beating around the bush: ->Avoiding the main topic,(usually done to hide something) 3. Spill the beans: ->To disclose a secret 4.Piece of cake: ->Something that is easy to understand or do 5.Blessing…

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MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS FOR SSC ( GENERAL STUDIES)

Hi, everyone below is some of the most frequently asked questions in SSC and Bank PO exams. They are not sure to come in your paper but you can check how many you knew, hence evaluate your knowledge. 1. Which of the following is the exclusive power of RajyaSabha? a) To recommend the creation of a new All India Service b) To pass the money bill c) To initiate proceedings for the removal of President d) To initiate the budgetary proceedings 2. From which country India has borrowed the idea of Preamble?…

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TRIGONOMERTRY: Basic Concepts, Formulae & Solved Examples (Part 1)

Trigonometry Angles: The amount of turn between two straight lines that have a common point is called angles. Generally, angles are measured in degree or radian 1 degree = 60 minutes 1 minutes = 60 seconds Suppose an angle is given as 45°23’53’’, we read it as 45 degrees 23 minutes and 53 seconds. The basics of trigonometry start with right angle triangle. It is given as below : Trigonometric ratios sinθ = P/H                   cosecθ = H/P cosθ = B/H                   secθ = H-P tanθ = P/B                    cotθ = B/P   Let’s see the sign of trigonometric ratios in various…

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Problems on Time and Work : Quantitative Aptitude

So, you are well prepared for the exam and have decided how much time you allot to every question for the best outcome of the exam. I am not going to discuss that point but the “Time And Work” problems asked in the eams. Work is any action performed which takes some input and produces some output accordingly. Basic formulae and tricks More men can do more work More men can do same work in less time More work means more time required. More efficient men can do work quickly….

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Quantitative Aptitude : Simple Interest and Compound Interest

Simple Interest and Compound Interest are some of the most important topics in SSC CGL exam as they have practical application in banking too. If you face confusion in understanding SI and CI, Then this article will provide will clear concept of the two. What is Interest? Interest is the amount paid to the loaner (who loans something) or gained on the amount called principal amount that we have borrowed or lent. It is charged according to a rate called interest rate and usually charged annually. There are two types of…

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SSC CGL Exams 2018

As I have said in my last article that I will bring some more information on competitive Exams here is another one, SSC CGL which is known as Staff Selection Commission-Combined  Graduate Level Examination. The Examination is conducted by the Government of India in order to recruit officers or staff to various departments and posts. Today I am going to discuss some important points on SSC-CGL that is Examination Pattern, Eligibility Criteria, Syllabus and test preparation. 1.  SSC-CGL Exam Pattern: To start the preparation for any exams we should first…

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SSC Recruitment 2018: Important update for aspirants

The Staff Selection Commission has issued an important update for SSC Exam 2018 aspirants who wish to take part in the recruitment process of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police, CAPFs and Assistant Sub-Inspector In CISF.   SSC Recruitment 2018: The Staff Selection Commission has issued an important update for SSC Exam 2018 aspirants who wish to take part in the recruitment process of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police, CAPFs and Assistant Sub-Inspector In CISF. Candidates who have already applied for the about mentioned examination need not worry, while the candidates who are yet…

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