Problem solving SSC CGL - Previous year questions Maths
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Created by Gaurav Nishad
Last updated 8/2017
Hindi
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Includes:
  • 35 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Tricks to solve the questions quicker.
  • Learn How to solve any quantitative question.
  • Learn to crack SSC CGL.
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Requirements
  • No Prerequisite.
  • Basic understanding of Mathematics questions would be an advantage , but not necassary.
  • Desire to get selected in any entrance exam.
Description

Do you want to crack SSC CGL Exam? Do you want to master quantitative ability questions and want to score high marks in the exam? Then this course is for you.

This course is in Hindi to give a better understanding .This course has been designed to test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and number sense of the candidate.This course also includes the basic information about SSC Exams which are conducted for the recruitment of Indian Citizens in Group B Governmental posts, Group C Technical posts and much more .This course is for an individual wants to set his/her career in one of the Ministries of India or the Government of India departments, then he/she should choose this course. The scope of the test will include Time and Work, Work and Wages,Mixed Proportions, LCM and Fraction etc.

This course talks about the SSC CGL to help you in preparation and set a strategy for your dream exam. This course will help you to have a good command over mathematics section so that you can score good marks. All you need to do is attempt the questions with good accuracy because there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. This course will help to get a deep understanding of scoring good marks in multiple choice questions.

Enroll yourself to get good scores in quantitative question to get selected in SSC CGL entrance exam.

Who is the target audience?
  • 12thPass out/ Graduate Students.
  • An aspirant who want to crack SSC CGL.
  • Desire to get selected in any entrance exam.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
1 Lecture 06:19
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Previous year questions and solutions
4 Lectures 28:17

Question Paper 1 Set 2
06:37

Question Paper 2 Set 1
07:10

Question Paper 2 Set 2
06:33
About the Instructor
Gaurav Nishad
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Mr. Gaurav Nishad  has done B.Sc  in Mathematics from SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi University and M.Sc from University of Delhi. He has taught many courses on Udemy.His interest lies in Quantitative and Qualitative Mathematics.He has been a visiting faculty in ISI (Indian Statistical Institue) , Kolkata.He also have  worked on many statistical Softwares like stata etc.He has worked for a well reputed company before coming into teaching Profession.He has interest in Data Analytics and Data Science.For over 5 years, he has been involved in efforts to make mathematics education at the school and college level more interesting and fulfilling through special topics, projects, and an appreciation of the myriad links of mathematics with other disciplines. This began during his time as a teacher at St. Stephen’s College and was his main focus during the years he spent with the Mathematical Sciences Foundation. He has also served several times as resident faculty for the Mathematical Training & Talent Search program sponsored by the National Board for Higher Mathematics.