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Well, depends on what you are currently doing. If you are working somewhere, try to get at least 2–3 hours out of your schedule on weekdays and probably spend around 6–8 hours on weekends to compensate.
If you're not working anywhere, then I'll suggest you give as much time as you can. Although, SSC CGL 2017 isn't the toughest exam to crack but the increasing competition asks a lot of hard work now.
Always try to make notes of things where you feel are making mistakes or struck. For eg: In maths while practice or during mock tests, you come across any question of which you feel have no clue, go through its solution and copy paste it in your notes and mark it as important.
Similarly, for English note down all the important things and missing blanks that you come across practice tests or mocks.
Revising these notes on daily basis will help you a lot and during final revision there wouldn't be any troubles.
And in the end, give as many mocks as possible before the exam. These mocks will help you evaluate your performance and give you that finishing touch before the exam.
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