Dear students, as we all know that Tier-I Examination of Staff Selection Commission, Combined Graduate Level is already over. Many of you would have given a performance that would be of first water while others might have given a performance that they aren’t much satisfied with. SSC CGL 2017 Tier-I is over, what next??? Students, don’t chop and change, just make up your mind.
If you think your performance was wonderful enough to make it to the Mains Examination, stop horsing around, jump on bandwagon and start preparing for the Mains Examination. The examination will be held in the second week of November, so, you have hardly got 2 months to prepare for it. Successful aspirants are always advised to make hay while the sun shines. Start preparing for it with sheer determination.Whenever you feel demotivated, dream about the sybaritic life lying ahead of your success, it will definitely motivate you and let you work hard with full allegiance and devotion. You can be on the ball to face the Mains Examinations only if you start preparing for it right away. Organize all the things you want to do and fix your timetable around it. Understand the syllabus by going through previous years’ papers and official guidelines. Fix a day, and a time, and give a test that simulates the real examination, every week or after every 2-3 days (as per your requirements). Once you are used to giving such speed tests, any online examination will no longer seem outlandish to you and you will be holding all the aces.
Some of the aspirants would be down in dumps because they aren’t sure of their success. Students, instead of getting disheartened by your performance in SSC CGL 2017, get motivated and start working on your preparations for the examinations that are yet to come. Always remember, no matter how many mistakes you make or how slow you progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn’t trying. Don’t waste your time being upset about something that you can’t change. Turn your obstacles into opportunities and your problems into possibilities. You can get a second bite at the cherry in the upcoming examinations. The examinations that are queued up to be held in the upcoming months are IB Assistant Central Intelligence Officer(ACIO) Grade II Examination (October Month), Rajya Sabha Examinations, SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and ‘D’ Examination (first week of September month), ISRO Assistant & UDC Examination (October Month), SSC MTS Online Examination (September-October Month), NTRO Examination, etc. Do bear it in mind that you can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs. So, keep working hard and everything will come up roses in the end.
Best of luck!!