Best Books for SSC JHT Exam - Purchase Link and Preparation Tips
Published on : 26th May 2020 Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
SSC JHT exam is conducted for recruitment of Senior Hindi Translator, Junior Hindi Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak. The exam is conducted every year by the Staff Selection Commission. The exam comprises of two papers - Paper-1, which is of Objective Type and Paper-2, which is of Descriptive Type. In both the papers, candidates are tested for their ability to read, write, and understand the English and Hindi languages. Questions are also ramed for examining the knowledge of candidates for these languages. Thus, the preparation for the exam requires the best study material. Candidates interested in the 2020 exam must read the complete article for purchase link of the best books for SSC JHT exam, preparation tips, and more.
Best Books for SSC JHT -
The SSC JHT books are easily available online. Candidates must follow the purchase link and place their order for the preferred book. Do check the reviews, edition, content of the book before making the final payment.
SSC Senior/ Junior Hindi Translators Exam by Dr. Lal & Jain
SSC: Translator (Junior & Senior)/ Hindi Pradhyapak Exam Guide by RPH Editorial Board
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam by Arihant
Don’t make a pile on your desk by purchasing all the books. Go one by one. Finish a book completely before buying another. Although, one book is enough for the exam preparation if read thoroughly. Some students find Grammar (Vyakaran) difficult. For such candidates, here are some topic-specific books that will help in strengthening the weak sections. You can consider referring them:
- English Grammar Book by Wren and Martin
- Popular English Grammar (with Hindi Explanations) by H.S. Bhatia
- Adhunik Hindi Vyakaran Aur Rachnaa by Dr. Vashudevnandan Prasad
- Samanya Hindi Evam Samkshipt Vyakaran by Dr. Brij Kishore Prasad Singh
How to Crack SSC JHT exam?
Following these tips, you can crack the SSC JHT exam:
- Analyse the exam pattern and the syllabus from the official source. Note the syllabus and paste it in front of your study desk. Check out the exam pattern to know the type of questions, number of questions, marking scheme, etc.
- Prepare a timetable that fits into your schedule. Allot time for studying all the subjects in your daily timetable. It is necessary to study all the subjects every day. Keep breaks between study sessions ( 10 to 15 minutes).
- Select a good book for each paper. The list of recommended books is provided above. For paper-2, you can just search for the previous years topics for essays and translations passages online.
- Solve previous years’ question papers as many times as you can and appear for the mock tests. You need to register for the mock tests online. Mock tests will help with time-management.
After following some these basic steps, the preparation level for the exam will depend upon your dedication and consistency.