SSC MTS is one of the coveted jobs for every aspirant who wants to join the government sector. In this competitive world candidates need to have an edge over others to be successful. We should not forget that self-study is the best way to study. It should also be remembered that it is not mandatory to take admission in any coaching institute to prepare for any competitive exam.

There are many exams you can prepare for yourself, and you don’t need to spend money in any coaching institute unnecessarily. SSC MTS Exam can be easily cracked without any coaching guidance if you have the right preparation strategy.

Call letter is sent to only those eligible candidates who have filled the details like Personal, Educational, SSC MTS State Preference Code, etc correctly in the application form to appear in SSC MTS Recruitment Exam. With a view to guide the candidates in the right direction, we have discussed in detail in the below paragraphs how to prepare for SSC MTS Exam without coaching.

Know the Syllabus and Exam Pattern:

The first step of MTS preparation is to understand the entire syllabus and exam pattern of the exam properly. A proper understanding of SSC MTS syllabus and exam pattern is important to crack the exam. SSC MTS consists of four sections which are as follows:

  1. General English
  2. General Intelligence and Reasoning
  3. Quantitative Aptitude
  4. General Awareness

Candidate must be familiar with the exam pattern so that they can thoroughly understand the exam format, marking scheme, question type, maximum marks and overall marking scheme. If we talk about SSC MTS Paper 1 then there are total 100 questions for 100 marks.

Therefore, it becomes necessary for the aspirants to go through all the important topics according to the syllabus and prepare the preparation strategy accordingly. Along with making a strategy, following them is also very important.

In SSC MTS, the exam is conducted in two tiers. Tier 1 and Tier 2.

Tier 1 consists of objective questions.

It consists of 150 questions, for which the candidate gets 120 minutes. The Visual Handicapped is given an extra time of 40 Minutes.

  • The question is based on the following subjects.
  • General Intelligence and Reasoning Reasoning Test
  • Quantitative Aptitude Quantitative Trend
  • General Awareness General Awareness
  • English Language English Language

SSC MTS Paper 2 is descriptive. In this Short Essay / Letter in English or any language included in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution (Short Essay / Letter writing in English or any language which is included in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution).

Make a Proper Study Schedule:

Mere familiarity with the syllabus does not make the candidates successful in the examination. Rather an aspirant needs to make a strict study schedule, and stick to it till the completion of the entire SSC MTS Recruitment process. It is always advised to the candidates to cover the difficult topics first. And then prepare for easy subjects as they have to master all the subjects of all the sections only then they will be able to clear the exam. Give time to each subject according to your understanding and preference. Give extra time to the weaker sections to perform well in the actual exam.

Choose the Right Books and Study Material:

Candidates should select the right books and study material to prepare for the competitive exam. A variety of books and study materials are available on online platforms and marketplaces. Candidates are advised to buy or access those books online which have got good reviews or recommendations by experts and previous year toppers.

Select a book for a subject for preliminary preparation. And once you have covered all the topics, then you can practice questions from different sources to strengthen the preparation.

Attempt Mock Tests:

If aspirants are opting for self-preparation for SSC MTS Exam, then they should give as many mock tests as possible. Because this method is a perfect preparation method to identify your capability in each section.

After giving mock tests, candidates are able to identify their weak and strong areas. And then they can focus more on the weak areas to improve their score in the next test. Along with this, mock tests improve the time management skills of the candidates and increase the chances of qualifying the exam.

Do regular Revision:

To avoid unnecessary stress in future, candidates should keep revising their studied subjects again and again, so that they do not forget the studied subjects. To avoid forgetting all the important concepts and formulas on the day of the exam, one should remember them on a daily and weekly basis. Note down the important points while studying various topics, and revise them frequently as it is almost impossible to remember all the details at once without regular revision.

SSC MTS Preparation Tips:

  • To prepare for SSC MTS, first of all know the complete syllabus and only then start your preparation.
  • Also read good books for SSC MTS preparation and notes provided by Coaching Institute.
  • Read through the newspaper and try not to miss any important topic. By doing this, candidates will be able to write examples of current issues in their copy.
  • Learn something new everyday (Learn New Lesson Daily)
  • Make your own notes for each subject. (Make Your Own Notes)
  • Candidates should focus on writing maximum, because writing will increase the speed of the candidates.
  • Make a time table for your study and start your studies accordingly, and do not leave any work for tomorrow.
  • Pay more attention to the To Do List than the Time Table.
  • Make point wise preparation of essay on any topic. If you forget anything by rote, then the whole paper will be spoiled.
  • To decide success, read at least 6 to 8 hours a day.
  • Use Shortcuts Tricks to solve the question.
  • Try to create your own methods to solve any question.
  • Solve Previous Years Question. This will increase your confidence and you will know your level.
  • To solve the question in the time limit, practice SET.
  • If a question is not being solved, try to solve the next question without giving much time to it.
  • There is negative marking, so don’t make fun of it.
  • To memorize any topic, read it, then write it 10 to 15 times without looking or seeing it, it will be remembered quickly.
  • Pay more attention to Smart Study than Hard Study.
  • Don’t compare yourself with others. Because doing so increases confusion.

Reach the examination center on time because if you are late then you will get less time for the paper and then you can decide whether you will pass or not… and on reaching early you will be relaxed.. there will be no rush

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