SSC CGL is one of the most reputed examination conducted by Staff Selection Commission. Combined Graduate Level examination is conducted to recruit various group B level gazetted as well as non gazetted officers to serve the civil duties in various central government departments and offices. This is conducted annually throughout India and a huge amount of graduate candidates apply for this examination. Among which only a few are able to make their name on the final selection list. Thus the competition level of this examination is very high. A well planned preparation is required to crack this examination. CGL examination is composed of three different level examinations. Level 1 is called tier 1 examination, level 2 is called tier 2 examination, level 3 is called tier 3 examination is a descriptive written examination of 100 marks containing essay/letter writing, Application/Story writing and finally for few of the posts a Computer Proficiency test or skill test will be taken. Only hundreds out of lakhs are able to come on the successful candidates’ list. Therefore to start the SSC CGL Preparation, the very first step that should be taken by you, is to choose the appropriate SSC CGL Study Material and select the best books for SSC CGL. Checkout the subject-wise SSC CGL Exam Preparation. Below are some preparation tips that a candidate must follow to crack SSSC CGL Exam: Though there are several books available in the market for CGL exam preparation but not all books are good to follow. So before buying any book you have to make a good research on that book and then you can buy. You can also buy these books online from Flipkart, Amazon, etc. These sites will provide you the best books for exam preparation. In our daily life we do many activities which are not useful to us like playing games, listening music, etc. So try to do course related activities like playing quiz games, IQ games which helps us to develop our IQ and knowledge. Test yourselves by solving previous year question paper, solving model test papers which helps you to identify the exam pattern as well as your knowledge. Newspapers like The Hindu, Indian Times will help you to improve your current affairs. Try to give at least 1 hour daily for reading newspapers and magazines and TV news channels.