**Maths Study Material **In all competitive examinations in India, about 25% of questions are asked from Mathematics subjects. Students of the Arts stream have to face a lot of difficulty in solving these questions. There is always disappointment among students in solving the question paper of Mathematics because the most difficult questions have to be solved in a very short time.

In such a situation, for the convenience of students preparing for competitive exams, all the chapters of Mathematics have been prepared with detailed solutions. In these chapters, firstly the theory is explained and after that, the questions are solved. Candidates should download the Mathematics Study Material PDF.

The link to download the Mathematics Study Material PDF is given below. If any student is facing any kind of difficulty in downloading the chapter-wise PDF, then he can tell in the comment box.

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Average📙 | Download 🔗 |

Compound Interest📙 | Download 🔗 |

Circle📙 | Download 🔗 |

Cube & Cube Root📙 | Download 🔗 |

Cuboid📙 | Download 🔗 |

Cylinder📙 | Download 🔗 |

Heights & Distance📙 | Download 🔗 |

LCM & HCF📙 | Download 🔗 |

Mixture and Allegation📙 | Download 🔗 |

Partnership📙 | Download 🔗 |

Percentage📙 | Download 🔗 |

Profit, Loss & Discount📙 | Download 🔗 |

Quadrilateral📙 | Download 🔗 |

Ratio & Proportion📙 | Download 🔗 |

Simple Interest📙 | Download 🔗 |

Simplification📙 | Download 🔗 |

Speed, Time & Distance📙 | Download 🔗 |

Sphere📙 | Download 🔗 |

Square & Square Root📙 | Download 🔗 |

Time and Work📙 | Download 🔗 |

Trigonometry📙 | Download 🔗 |

**Maths Study Tips:**

- Students who are weak in Mathematics must first identify their strengths and with what capability they can prepare for Mathematics. If you are one of those students who are facing problems in basic subjects like algebraic equations, decimals, and trigonometry, then first of all those students should read all the books of NCERT Class 6 to 10 thoroughly.
- There are many people from commerce and arts stream whose mathematics is very weak and if they want to pass SSC CGL then it is not possible for them too. If you practice mathematics for 6 to 7 hours every day then you can easily get good marks. Can.
- To prepare for any competitive exam, you have to dedicate yourself and work hard and have a good basic understanding of the chapter you want to study.
- Students preparing for any competitive exam should complete their syllabus in the first 4 months and then solve previous year question papers every day for the next 6 months. Students must solve the practice set together.
- To prepare for Mathematics, buy at least 10 to 15 registers or A4 sheet bundles at work and keep filling them every day. The more you practice, the better you will perform in the exam.
- Those preparing for Mathematics should write down all the formulas chapter wise on A4 paper and read them once every day before sleeping and once again after waking up in the morning.
- Once you have solved the practice set, you should solve it again and try to solve it the second time in less time than it took in the first time and in the third time you should solve it in even less time. Try it.

**To solve the mathematics of competitive exam, you should follow this concept:-**

- Understand the Syllabus and Basic Concepts First
- Practice, Practice, Practice
- Time Management
- Use Shortcuts
- Mock Tests
- Tier 2: Special Focus Revision is Key
- Consult Quality Study Material
- Break Down Complex Problems
- Use Technology & Expert Guidance
- Positive Mindset

**SSC CGL Maths Study Material**

Notification for Combined Graduate Level Examination is issued every year by the Staff Selection Commission. This includes Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Account Officer, Assistant Section Officer, Inspector Income Tax, Inspector Central Excise, Inspector Prevention Officer, Inspector Examiner, Inspector Central Bureau of Investigation, Inspector Central Bureau of Narcotics Ministry of Finance and apart from this, Tax Assistant Upper Division Clerk, Accounts and There is a vacancy for an auditor. More than 15 lakh candidates fill the application form to apply for all these posts. To fill the application form, the candidate must have passed graduation. Candidate’s age should be between 18 to 32 years.

SSC CGL exam is conducted in two phases, in the first phase questions are asked from a total of four subjects. In this, 25 questions are asked from General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension and each question carries two marks.

So in SSC CGL, a total of 25 questions will be asked from Mathematics subject, hence those who are preparing for SSC CGL must practice 3 to 4 hours daily for Mathematics. After passing the film, the candidate will again have to give the Mathematical Ability paper in which a total of 30 questions will be asked and one question will be of three marks. Tomorrow the paper will be of 90 marks.

In the first stage of SSC CGL Mathematics, questions will be asked from the subjects Number Systems, Fundamental arithmetic operations, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Statistics and probability. The candidate will have to pay special attention to these subjects and practice every day.

**SSC CHSL Math Study Material**

Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination is conducted every year by the Staff Selection Commission, in which approximately 25 to 40 lakh students fill the application form, out of which 15 lakh people appear in the examination. To fill the application form in Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination conducted by SSC, it is mandatory for the candidate to have passed at least 12th class and the age of the candidate should be between 18 to 27 years.

Reserved category candidates will get relaxation in age limit. Candidates belonging to Other Backward Class will be given age relaxation of three years and candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category will be given age relaxation of 5 years. In this examination conducted by the Staff Selection Commission, there are vacancies for Lower Division Clerk, Junior Secretarial Assistant, Data Entry Operator.

SSC CHSL exam is conducted in two phases. In the first phase, questions are asked from the candidate from a total of four subjects: English Language, General Intelligence, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness.

A total of 25-25 questions are asked from each subject and one question carries 02 marks, so those who are preparing for Mathematics need to practice very well because a total of 25 questions will be asked from Mathematics. Mathematics questions will be objective type multiple choice and the language of questions will be both Hindi and English.

There will be negative marking in the question paper and 50 marks will be deducted for each wrong question. Those candidates who pass the first phase examination will have to pass the second phase examination. In the second phase, 30 questions of Mathematical Ability will be asked from the first model of the first field and each question will be of three marks.

In such a situation, students who have practiced Math daily will get good marks because the competition in this examination is very high.

In the first phase examination of Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination conducted by SSC, questions will be asked from the subjects Number Systems, Fundamental arithmetic operations, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Statistical Charts in Mathematical Ability.

**SSC GD Math Study Material**

The Staff Selection Commission has been releasing vacancies for the posts of Constable General Duty every year for the last 3 years. Every year about 50 lakh or more applications are filled in this recruitment examination, out of which 30 to 35 lakh students appear in the examination. There is a lot of competition in this recruitment examination and to fill its application form, the age of the candidate should be between 18 to 23 years.

Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates are given age relaxation of 5 years, while Other Backward Class candidates are given age relaxation of 3 years. To fill the application form, the candidate must have passed at least 10th class.

In SSC GD exam, first of all the candidate has to pass the written exam. In the written examination, the candidate is asked 20 questions each from General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Knowledge and General Awareness, Elementary Mathematics, Hindi or English and each question carries two marks. 60 minutes are given to solve this question paper. The question paper is in 13 languages.

There is negative marking in this exam and 0.25 marks are deducted for each wrong answer. Number Systems, Computation of Whole Numbers, Decimals and Fractions and relationship between Numbers, Fundamental arithmetic operations, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Mensuration, Time and Distance, Ratio in SSC GD Elementary Mathematics exam. Questions are asked from the topics Time, Time and Work.

After passing the written examination, the candidate will have to appear in the Physical Standard Test and Physical Efficiency Test. After passing the Physical Efficiency Test and Physical Standard Test, the students will undergo a medical test and after that the final merit list will be prepared.

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