Syllabus And Preparation Of General Intelligence/Reasoning For SSC CHSL

Complete Syllabus and best method of preparation of General Intelligence / Reasoning for SSC CHSL Tier I examination in order to qualify the examination

Staff Selection Commision ( SSC ) Cconducts various examination for many posts out of which SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level ( CHSL ) is one of them .SSC CHSL conduct examination in three tier form known as SSC CHSL Tier I , SSC CHSL Tier II and SSC CHSL Tier III . SSC CHSL Tier I is a computer base examination and include English Language, General Intelligence / Reasoning,General Awareness , Quantitative Apttitude. General Intelligence / Resoning play important roll in SsSC CHSL Tier 1 examination .
 Syllabus of General Intelligence / Reasoning for SSC CHSL exmaination and prepration method is as follows :-




Semantic Analogy

'Semantic Analogy' means the same relation contained in the context of the meaning, in which it is necessary to know the proper word on the basis of the interrelated relationships between words. The openness of the brain is necessary to understand the meaningful expressions of words, which include geographical, economic , Cultural, political, sports jumps etc. and they are part of common knowledge. To solve the questions of this chapter, the most The main condition is that between the words, the pronunciation should be of the same meaning, that is, the same type of expression should be on the left side of the sign (::) the same type of sign should be on the right side of the sign (::) is a close relationship with the sophistication that we can reveal in two ways in the fundamental relationship and developed relationship.

Symbolic / Number Analogy

In the symbolic / number analogy, we analyze  the relationship between the letters and the number . The basic nature of these questions depends on the numerical values ​​of alphabet letters and the properties and characteristics of the numbers. So, it is necessary that aspirant have the knowledge of the numeric value of the alphabets from A to z, the information of the opposite letter of each letter, the complete square number, the complete cubic number, and the absolute information of the prime numbers. When solving, the underlying relationships between the elements should be closely monitored and the kind of relation between the given elements, the same kind of relationship should determine within the given elements of perspective. The main purpose of asking these types of questions is to make you aware of the conditions of equality, so that you can easily understand the facts between any of the two elements. In this chapter, questions in addition to the analogy of letters and numbers, Are asked.
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Semantic Classification 

  The first thing to look at before classification is the 'group', which is the first condition to identify any classification because the solution should be given to the group of elements given prior to solving any question. Wherever the 'classical classification' we can also define it with the 'word classification' in which the words are classified into a group based on their characteristics and the word that is different from this group Level option is marked as answer . When choosing a group of words, their colors, looks and attributes are studied. So that the nature of questions can be easily understood. This chapter addresses a lot of questions in SSC examinations. Whose main purpose is the nature of classification is to be tested.

Symbolic / Number Classification :-

 In this chapter, we will classify the number and letters on the basis of their characteristics. The process of classifying letters and numbers is determined on the basis of the letter position in the English alphabet and the prime number , the even number, the odd number, the whole number, and the complete cube number etc. Therefore it is necessary that you have a overall knowledge of the numerical values ​​of letters in the english alphabet as well as the overall knowledge of different formats of numbers.

In this chapter, the questions are given as four alternatives in letters or numbers. You have to separate all the letters or numbers from one of them by creating one group based on their position. This is your answer to different letters or numbers.

Symbolic Series 

  Assuming the status of the letters as the basis, the sequence of their sequence is called 'symbolic series'. In other words, 'symbolic series' is also called 'alphabetical series'. It have a special significance for the relative position of letters and without it the question can not be solved. Relative position refers to the location or numeric value in reference to the second letter of a letter. The aspirants should solve the same problem as the original formula considering the relative position of the letter chain. This chapter have an important place from the viewpoint of the SSC examination because since this chapter, continuous questions are being asked in the last few years. In this chapter, a series of letters is given, which goes forward according to certain rules, there is no one post in the same compliance order of the series, or there is a question mark in place of this. Have to know.

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Number Series 

 According to a certain rule of numbers, to move forward is called "number series". This chapter has its special significance from the examination point of view ,4 to 5 questions are asked from this chapter. To solve the questions of the series, it is important that you have a complete knowledge of the format of the series.

 Social Intelligence

 Social intelligence refers to blood relations. The relation is a cluster of popular generations in the society, which has been running for many years and when these relationships are made on the social level relatives, then they call it the blood relation. Under the blood relation proper relations are formed by forming the relationship of two or more persons. When these relations are made between their own generation, they are called 'same-generation relations' and whenever these relations are created with the people above them, then the relations are called " upper-generation relationship " and when these relationships are created with a younger age or a person below your age, then it is called 'lower-generation relationship'. To solve the problems of blood relations, first of all, want to identify gender. Because most of questions are resolved by gender identity .

Problem Solving 

Considering the different aspects and facts given in the question, the process of resolving them according to them is called problem solving. There are two types of problem is in the form of a statement is called logical-reasoning and the second question is presented through the data. This chapter points to the problem given through the figures given in the question. You can basically refer to this chapter by arithmetic as it is largely solved on the basis of arithmetic calculations. Therefore it is necessary that you should have knowledge of the calculations of light level arithmetic. I will add sum of subtraction, multiplication, division, balance equation etc. under these arithmetic calculations. Balancing the equation means solving a linear equation.

Word Formation 

  Under word formation, questions are asked in three formats. Under the first format, a basic word is given by the large alphabet of the english alphabet, whose letters have to be used to select a word that can not be made with the letters of this original word. For this you have to answer all the four options carefully. In the second format is given a basic word similar to the first format. Only variation in this sense is that in it you can make two words using the words of the original word, it is to be chosen as the answer option. Under the third format, alphabets are ordered through different numbers, which make meaningful words while adjusting.

Coding And Decoding 

Coding-decoding is used to transport information from one place to destination. While the event who send the information is called 'sender' and who recieve the information is called ' reciever' .So we can say that the observer would send the information that the underlying coding was to be what the recipient was supposed to decrypt the information, i.e. decoding it. It is necessary to understand this chapter as well that you have well knowledge of the coding and decoding .
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Arranged Order Test 

Arranged order testing is a mixed form of two chapters, where questions are asked on the arrangement of seating of individuals on one side. On the other hand, the order of persons is given on the ranking test. The arrangement for the person's seating arrangement can be anything like line, circular, square, rectangular, whereas in sequence testing, the person's sitting arrangement is arranged in the line in class. Therefore, to solve these questions, important facts are needed.

Numerical Operations 

Numerical operations can also be defined by the name of mathematical operations. In this, mathematics is composed of various symbols such as addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x) and division (÷), mainly. Apart from this, "brackets" etc. is also used. Therefore, it is necessary that you have a thorough knowledge of the nature and method of these symbols, which requires constant practice. You have to balance the symbols through these symbols and change them according to the question. Given the importance of this, it is necessary that you have a good knowledge of the BODMAS formula.

Symbolic Operations

In essence, this chapter is a part of the numerical operation chapter, but the slightest difference between the two is that in mathematical operations, mathematical symbols are used in the same number of characters. In the same symbolic operation, letters (AB etc) and symbols (*, $, © etc.) is used on mathematical rules . In this chapter also the equation is resolved using VBODMAS.

Insertion Of Missing Numbers

  Filling the missing numbers means to identify a missing number by identifying a particular rule in any line, triangle, rectangle, square or any other shape. Under this, different shapes are divided into several parts and the numbers are given in it, which are arranged through addition (+), (-) subtraction, (×) multiplication, (÷) division, complete square number, complete cubic number etc.You need to find your answer through their application by recognizing these operations.
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Matrix Test 

 In the matrix test, the code is written in the context of the row and column. Therefore, it is necessary that you place the row and column in the form on your mind as unless there is a slight chance of wrong answer to the question .It is possible in which each letter is presented after the four types of code in the answer option so that the question can be complicated. Also important is to have the first view of the line of sight from fine a letter, and then see the corresponding column.

Space Orientation

The space orientation includes questions of direction and distance. Direction refers to the relative position of a definite point from the definitive point to the last point, whereas the distance from the fixed point to the last point is the relative interval which is measured in the distance (m, km, yards, inches).

To solve the questions of this chapter, the most important condition is that you should have accurate information about the directions for which you have to create a concept in your mind and accordingly, you have to assess the facts given in the question . Now it comes to the fact that we build this concept , How to do that, the easiest and most popular medium for this is 'the position of the sun'. Solve the situation of the Sun by solving the question by making the concept in your brain.
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Venn Diagrams 

The given elements in which the letters or numbers and the group or class of objects can be done through a diagram is called a venn-diagram. Under this chapter, elements are created on a basis of their properties, shapes and attributes, and different elements from them are known to be known by them. Therefore it can be said that it has to obtain the right element through the shapes. There are two variants of the Venn diagram, in one, the diagram is displayed through numbers or letters, while in the second , the diagram is displayed through  group or classes.

Drawing Inferences :-  

This chapter can also be called syllogism because syllogism is also an intermediate estimate, in which one, two, three or four statements are given. You have to answer all the questions the given statement as correct. If it is said in the statement , that all the dogs are the cat, then you have to accept all the dogs as cat, you can not even draw conclusions from yourself. Your conclusion should not be broad from the fact given in the narration, but your conclusions should be contained within the facts given in any statement. You have to solve the questions of justice with logical connotation, for which to be known 'logical statement' Pattern is required.

 Figure Analogy 

Basically in the figure analogy , the question figures are given on one side and the answer figures on the other side. Questions are divided into two parts. In the first part, there are two figures which have a certain relation between them. Depending on the number of lines in this relation, depending on the size of the design, depending on the rotation of the design, the design space may be based on the sliding.In first part of the question is a figure and question mark in the second part of the figure. Between the two figures of the first part you After understanding the relation, the shape of the second part is to reconcile one of the answer patterns, as the relation between the two figures of the first part.

Figure Classification 

Figure classification questions are based on the rotation of the figure, the number of sides in the figure, the shape of the figure and color and the division of the figure. The figure rotates through a certain angle under the rotation, the figure under the number of sides creates a geometric shape through a certain line. These geometric shapes are triangle, quadrilateral, square rectangle, pentagon etc. In the form and color, the shapes are split through the pervading and simplicity of the figure, whereas the shape divisement is used to denote any shape divided into different parts by the lines, in this8 way, in more ways, students of classification And they are classified on the basis of these characteristics.

Figure Series 

 Considering the current sessions of SSC CSHL, this chapter has been included. For many years questions have not been asked by this chapter, but in future, this chapter is very likely to be asked questions. So it is necessary that you do not ignore this chapter and also keep your focus on it so that when these questions are asked , there should be no stress in your mind and you can solve these questions easily. . Question series on one side is given in the series of question figures and answer figures on the other. Question under the question figures continue to follow a certain rule and keeping them in view of this rule, let us know the next questionnaire. That is, there is one answer figure out of given answer shapes.

Punch Hole / Patter Folding And Unfolding 

The questions asked under this chapter are based on the form of the paper by folding it , unpolding it after punching it . In order to solve these types of questions, there is a need for intellectual skills in competitors.

 Figure Pattern Folding And Completion  

Under this chapter, two types of questions are often asked. In the first type of questions, with a certain pattern of paper, giving a square transparent sheet of paper and folding it from the middle line, the questions related to completing a incomplete question shape in the answer form in the second type are asked. . To solve these types of questions, it is necessary to know the basic concepts of these two types.

Embedded Figures 

The figure in which the relatively normal shape is embedded in a complex shape, that is, the shape is a part of that complex shape called the embedded figure. A question figure and four answer figures are given in the questions asked under this chapter. In either of these answer shapes, the question is implied in shape, or in the question shape, one of the answer figures is contained in the answer form.

Other Sub - Topics

The other sub-topic in the ssc (1 o + 2) curriculum is also a part of which no matter what under which chapters will be included, this can not be said so that it becomes even more necessary that in the first year The questions of the students should be analyzed and after this, those chapters in other sub-topics should be included. After taking a careful look at the question papers of various years, it was known that the other sub-section should be distributed in the first two parts of linguistic rationalism and non-lingual logic and questions of less important chapter should be included in it. Whereas facts and problems are processed through language under the language rationale, the same is displayed in the non-lingual question paper. Under the other sub-topics, such chapters have also been included, so far the questions have not been asked, but in the future, these chapters are highly likely to be asked questions.

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