SSC CGL Preparation Tips 2020-21 for Tier I Exam Daniel May 12, 2021 exam tipsAdd a Comment How to Prepare General Intelligence and Reasoning for SSC CGL Exam 2020-21 Tier I Solve SSC CGL Practice Set of last year’s question papers as much as possible. Practice GI and Reasoning questions every day. Topics like puzzles, figure-based questions, analogy, coding-decoding, series, are particularly scoring. Start solving these and then, move on to more versatile questions. You will witness a significant improvement in your accuracy within a few weeks if you practice regularly. Non-verbal reasoning topics like image assembling, figure-counting, etc. demand you to employ visual imagination. Do not skip or ignore these questions as they may seem time-consuming to you initially. Practicing them is the best way to make them less time-consuming. While practicing, you should aim at attempting at least 15-20 questions in 20 minutes with reasonable accuracy. In the exam as well, trying to complete this section is not more than 20 minutes. If you find any difficulty to solve any particular question on the exam day or if you need much time to solve one question, then you are suggested to move to the next one. Do not waste your precious time to solve one question. If time permits, then come back and solve that left one question.