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I really enjoyed mains paper in CGL 19. In CGL 18, fun part began when I crossed 80 questions in quant , but in CGL 19 quant , it was interesting right from the beginning. I was attempting most of the questions, did 96 , didn’t skip some questions which I should have because fear part was missing. For CGL 19, I prepared quant when UFM issue was going on but stopped my preparation on 5th August. For english, vocab was done when I prepared list of important 1000 words for mains aspirants. Grammar and Reading I knew I can handle by option elimination. It was an entirely different experience from CGL 18 mains. The things which I felt in 18 mains paper, fear, motivation, enthusiasm were missing from CGL 19. Now I know why it becomes difficult to clear an exam when we are mentally secured or already have a job. Its the lack of motivation that stopped me from attempting 100/100 questions on 15th nov. When I attempted 80 questions in CGL 18 mains, my confidence and enthusiasm reached a whole new unprecedented high, but this feeling was missing from CGL 19 mains. I have attempted CGL mains with both point of views now, mentally insecure and mentally secure and result was much better in mentally unsecured attempt. This is because a little fear is necessary for skipping questions and enthusiasm is required to boost our performance in the end. Descriptive, as we all know, was most difficult this year. I had some idea about EIA because I have prepared for UPSC before SSC CGL. I didn’t write a great essay, only a mediocre one. Precis was easy, gave the title “ NERVOUSNESS- A BOON” and wrote around 92 words, in 2 paragraphs. ( Didn’t know whether precis is written in one or two). If I have to sum up my whole experience of 2 mains paper in one sentence , I would say “ In exam, use everything to your advantage, even your fear. This fear makes you skip questions, which is the wise thing to do”.
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When I thought that I have missed a question, I didn’t do some thinking beforehand whether the right or wrong answer was possible, which lead to some awkward situations. I didn’t check whether I can still finish the question before starting to write. There was something weird in me and I wrote this one question (about writing) in a bad way. At the end of writing the exam, I was very impressed with myself for my performance in CGL 18 mains paper. I tried to be prepared to write as good essay for CBL paper because I feel it's a must for CBL. During second part of the test, I was very nervous, but thanks to good preparation, I was able to deal with nerves properly. CGL 13, did not let me sleep a single minute and continued every day for almost two months without a break. I.