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SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 9th January 2017 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)

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SSC CHSL Tier I is a national level examination conducted every year for recruitment of candidates for posts of “Lower Division Clerk (LDC)” and “Data Entry Operator (DEO)”. This year, the SSC CHSL examination will be conducted in two phases

  • Phase I is from 7th of January 2017 to 9th of January 2017 (two slots)
  • Phase II is from 10th January 2017 to 8th February 2017 (three slots)

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis for Tier I 2017 will help you with many things:

  • Get an idea of questions asked
  • Pattern changes and structure
  • Changes in trend and trend analysis

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SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 9th January 2017 (Slot 1/ Shift 1) - Summary of Analysis

The summary of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 analysis will give you a brief idea of:

  • Section- wise difficulty level
  • Section- wise good attempts

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

19-22

Easy

English Language

15-17

Moderate

Quantitative Aptitude

20-23

Easy-Moderate

General Awareness

14-16

Moderate-Difficult

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 9th January 2017 (Slot 1/ Shift 1) - Overall Analysis

The overall analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 says us that the difficulty level of exam was of Easy-Moderate. A candidate has to attempt 75-80 number of questions in order to score beyond the cut- off marks.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 9th January 2017 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Section- wise Analysis

What is the section- wise analysis for SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Slot 1 conducted on 9th of January 2017? Let us find out:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: When we talk of the difficulty level, the exam was of Easy level.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 19-22 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Logical

Easy

2

Matrix

Easy

1

Non Verbal (water image/ mirror image)

Easy

1

Odd one out

Easy-Moderate

3

Direction Sense

Easy

3

Series (Number/ Alpha numeric)

Easy-Moderate

10

Miscellaneous

Moderate

5

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: When we talk of the difficulty level, the exam was of Easy-Moderate level.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 20-23 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

S.I, Profit/ Loss and Percentage

Easy

4

Mensuration

Easy-Moderate

5

Time and Work

Easy

2

Algebra

Easy-Moderate

4

Geometry

Moderate

3

Speed and Distance

Moderate

2

Trigonometry

Easy-Moderate

3

Average

Easy

1

Data Interpretation

Easy

1

English Language:

Difficulty level: When we talk of the difficulty level, the exam was of Moderate level.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 15-17 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Moderate

4

Spelling check

Easy

1

One word substitution

Easy-Moderate

3

Gap fillers

Easy-Moderate

4

Idioms and phrases

Moderate

4

Antonyms and Synonyms

Easy-Moderate

4

Cloze Test

Moderate

3

Direct-Indirect

Moderate

2

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: When we talk of the difficulty level, the exam was of Moderate-Difficult level.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 14-16 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History

Easy-Moderate

3

General Science

Moderate-Difficult

6

Politics

Easy

2

Current Affairs

Easy-Moderate

5

Economy and finance

Moderate-Difficult

3

Geography

Moderate-Difficult

3

Miscellaneous

Moderate-Difficult

3

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SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 8th January 2017 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)

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SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 is the recruitment examination conducted for recruiting candidates for the posts of “Lower Division Clerk (LDC)” and “Data Entry Operator (DEO)”. The SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 examination is scheduled to be held in two phases. One phase is from 7th of January 2017 to 9th of January 2017 in two Slot The second phase of the exam of 10th January 2017 to 8th February 2017 in three slots.

In this article, we bring you the complete analysis of Slot 1/ Shift 1 of the SSC CHSL Tier I examination held on 8th January 2017:

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SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 8th January 2017 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Summary of Analysis

Summary will give you the brief idea of what are the difficulty level and good attempts. Let us take a look:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

Easy-Moderate

20-22

English Language

Moderate-Difficult

16-19

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy-Moderate

21-23

General Awareness

Moderate

15-17

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 8th January 2017 Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Overall Analysis

The level of difficulty of the examination was Easy-Moderate. The number of good attempts required to clear the cut- off marks would be 77-85.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 8th January 2017 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Section- wise Analysis

Want to know the analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I slot 1 held on 8th of January 2017? Here we go:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 20-22 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Number of Questions asked

Level of Difficulty

Logical

3

Easy-Moderate

Matrix

1

Easy

Non Verbal (water image/ mirror image)

1

Easy

Odd one out

3

Easy-Moderate

Direction Sense

2

Easy-Moderate

Series (Number/ Alpha numeric)

10

Moderate

Miscellaneous

5

Easy-Moderate

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 21-23 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Number of Questions asked

Level of Difficulty

S.I, Profit/ Loss and Percentage

6

Easy-Moderate

Mensuration

3

Easy-Moderate

Time and Work

2

Easy

Algebra

3

Easy-Moderate

Geometry

3

Moderate

Speed and Distance

2

Moderate

Trigonometry

3

Easy-Moderate

Average

1

Easy

Data Interpretation

2

Easy

English Language:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Moderate-Difficult.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 16-19 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Number of Questions asked

Level of Difficulty

Direct- Indirect

2

Moderate

Error Detection

2

Moderate

One word substitution

2-3

Easy-Moderate

Gap fillers

4

Moderate

Idioms and phrases

4

Easy-Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

4

Easy-Moderate

Cloze Test

3-4

Moderate

Spelling Check

2

Easy

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 15-17 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Number of Questions asked

Level of Difficulty

History

3

Easy-Moderate

General Science

4

Moderate

Politics

3

Easy

Current Affairs

5

Easy-Moderate

Economy and finance

4

Moderate-Difficult

Geography

2

Moderate-Difficult

Miscellaneous

4

Moderate

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SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 7th January 2017 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)

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SSC CHSL examination is one of the most popular exams of all times. The examination is conducted by the ‘Staff Selection Commission’ every year in order to recruit eligible candidates for Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Data Entry Operator (DEO). The date of examination for SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 was scheduled as 7th of January 2017. The first phase of the exams will be from 7th January 2017 to 9th January 2017 (in two slots) and the second phase would be from 10th January 2017 to 8th February 2017 (in three slots)

In this article, we bring you the complete analysis of Slot 2/ Shift 2 of the SSC CHSL Tier I examination held on 7th January 2017:

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SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 7th January 2017 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)- Summary of Analysis

The summary of analysis will give you a quick look at the difficulty level and good attempts of each section. Here we go:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

Easy

22-23

English Language

Moderate

18-19

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy-Moderate

21-22

General Awareness

Moderate

16-17

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 7th January 2017 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)- Overall Analysis

When we discuss about the difficulty level of the exam, can be estimated it was Moderate. The number of safe attempts which will help you clear the cut – off marks are 78-82.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 7th January 2017 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)- Section- wise Analysis

What were the analysis of the individual sections asked in SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 slot 2 held on 7th of January 2017? Here we go:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Easy.

Safe Attempts to clear cut- off marks: An attempt of 22-23 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Logical

Easy

3

Matrix

Easy

1

Non Verbal (water image/ mirror image)

Easy

1

Odd one out

Easy-Moderate

3

Direction Sense

Easy-Moderate

3

Series (Number/ Alpha numeric)

Easy-Moderat

12

Miscellaneous

Moderate

4

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Easy-Moderate.

Safe Attempts to clear cut- off marks: An attempt of 21-22 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

S.I, Profit/ Loss and Percentage

Easy

5

Mensuration

Easy-Moderate

5

Time and Work

Easy

2

Algebra

Easy-Moderate

4

Geometry

Moderate

5

Speed and Distance

Moderate

1

Trigonometry

Easy-Moderate

4

Average

Easy

1

Data Interpretation

Easy

2

English Language:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Moderate.

Safe Attempts to clear cut- off marks: An attempt of 18-19 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Moderate

4

Spelling check

Easy

2

One word substitution

Easy-Moderate

3

Gap fillers

Easy-moderate

4

Idioms and phrases

Easy-Moderate

5

Antonyms and Synonyms

Easy-Moderate

4

Direct/Indirect

Moderate

2

Cloze test

Moderate

3

General Awareness (with special reference to banking):

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was Moderate.

Safe Attempts to clear cut- off marks: An attempt of 16-17 would be considered as safe attempts to clear cut – off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History

Moderate

2-3

Science and Technology

Moderate

5

Politics

Easy

4

Current Affairs

Easy-Moderate

7

Economy and finance

Moderate-Difficult

3

Geography

Moderate-Difficult

1-2

Miscellaneous

Easy-Moderate

6

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SSC CGL Tier II Exam 2nd December 2016: Some important points related to Paper III (Statistics)

Dear Aspirants,

The SSC CGL Tier II 2016 paper III (Statistics) was scheduled in between 10: 00 AM to 12: 00 PM on 2nd December 2016. The paper III (Statistics) received appreciable responses across all the centres. The paper III is not compulsory like Paper I and Paper II as it is an optional paper.

If you are appearing for SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Paper III (Statistics), we have some useful details for you.

The SSC CGL Tier II Paper III (Statistics) was of 200 marks. The paper III (Statistics) is for the posts of ‘Compilers/ Statistical Investigators’. The number of questions asked in this paper will be 100 and the time duration will be of 2 hours.

SSC CGL Tier II 2nd December 2016 Paper III (Statistics): Important topics

Some of the important topics in the SSC CGL Tier II 2016: Paper III (Statistics) are:

  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Measures of Dispersion
  • Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis
  • Correlation and Regression
  • Probability Theory
  • Random Variable and Probability Distributions
  • Sampling Theory
  • Statistical Inference
  • Variance Analysis
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Index Numbers

SSC CGL Tier II 2nd December 2016 Paper III (Statistics): Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any queries related to SSC CGL Paper III (Statistics) 2016? Here are some of the frequently asked queries and we have the answers for them:

Q: Is it compulsory to sit for SSC CGL Paper-III (Statistics) exam as I have my name in the list?
A: No, it is not mandatory. You name is in the list because of your preference for ‘Statistical Investigator’ during filling of application form.

Q: What if I don’t qualify in SSC CGL Paper-III (Statistics)?
A: In this case, SSC won’t consider you for the post of ‘Statistical Investigator’ but will consider you for other posts.
 

Q. If I pass in the paper III, Do I need to provide any documents in favour of statistics during interview session/ document verification session?

A: You have to provide your degree/ master level certificates/ mark sheet as an evidence that you have opted for statistics paper in your academics.

The detailed break-up of Paper-III (Statistics) of SSC CGL Tier-II Exam 2016 is as follows:

Topic

Number of Questions (Approx.)

Level of Difficulty

Measure of Central Tendency & Dispersion

21

Easy-Moderate

Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis

10

Easy-Moderate

Correlation and Regression

6

Moderate

Probability Theory

6

Moderate-Difficult

Random Variable

9

Moderate-Difficult

Sampling Theory

7

Moderate

Statistical Inference

15

Moderate-Difficult

Analysis of Variance

6

Moderate

Time-Series Analysis

5

Easy-Moderate

Index Numbers

7

Moderate

Theory of Attributes

8

Moderate

We hope that this article would be helpful. Stay tuned for more updates. Till then, we wish you good luck!

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SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 1st December 2016-Paper II (English Language)

SSC CGL TIER 2 ENGLISH Exam Analysis : 1st December 2016

The SSC CGL Tier II 2016 exam has successfully completed its paper II of English Language. The Paper- II examination received an appreciable response from candidates all over the country. Moreover, students are all curious to come across the analysis of the Paper 2. To add your preparation process, we bring you the analysis of SSC CGL Tier 2 examination- paper II/ paper 2 (English Language).

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SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 1st December 2016: Paper 2- English Language

Attempts to clear cut- off: If you have made a decent attempt of 155-165 number of questions, you are on your way to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of paper II (English Language) was Easy-Moderate level.

Topics asked in SSC CGL Tier II 2016: 1st December 2016- Paper II/ Paper 2 (English Language):

The topics asked in the SSC CGL Tier II 2016: 1st December 2016: Paper II (English Language) were:

Topics

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

Finding Errors

18-20

Moderate-Difficult

Sentence Correction

18-20

Moderate

Synonyms/Antonyms

5-7

Easy

Wrongly Spelt Words

3-5

Easy

Idioms and Phrases

8-10

Moderate-Difficult

Para Jumbles

15-17

Moderate

One word substitution

12-14

Easy

Active and Passive Voice

16-18

Easy-Moderate

Sentence Completion

3-5

Easy

Direct and Indirect Narration

22-25

Easy-Moderate

Cloze test

22-25

Easy-Moderate

Reading Comprehension

27-30

Moderate

SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 1st December 2016: Overall analysis of Paper I and Paper II

Let us go through a summary of ‘possible good attempts of Paper I and paper II of SSC CGL Tier II 2016:

Paper

No. of Questions

Possible good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

100

81-86

English Language and Comprehension

200

155-165


 

SSC CGL Tier II 2016: Expected Cut- off Marks (For Tier and Tier II):

The computation of cut- off marks of SSC CGL Tier II 2016 will depend on marks scored out of 400 marks in paper I and paper II. What can be the tentative cut- off marks of SSC CGL Tier II 2016? Let us find out:

Posts

Expected cut- off marks

For Tax Assistants

325-345

For Non-Interview Posts

340-360

For Interview Posts

365-385

We hope that this article helps you. Stay tuned for more updates, job notifications and exam analysis. Till then, happy learning!


 

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SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis Quantitative Aptitude (Paper 1) :1st December 2016

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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has completed Paper I (Quantitative Aptitude) of the second day i.e. 1st December 2016. Students have come up with good reviews about the examination. After incorporating all of the feedback we received from students, we have come up with the complete analysis of SSC CGL Tier II 2016 conducted on 1st December 2016.

But before that, let us look at the pattern of SSC CGL Tier II 2016:

            

Subjects

            

            

Posts

            

            

No of questions

            

Quantitative Aptitude

            

            

All other posts other than post of SI in CPOs

            

       100 

            
            

            

English Language and Comprehension

            

            

All posts

            

       200

            

            

Statistics

            

            

Compilers/ Statistical Investigators

            

      100 

            


 

            

General Studies

Assistant Audit Officer Post

100 

Note: The time duration is of 2 hours. The marks of each section is 200 marks.
 

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SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 1st December 2016: Paper I- Quantitative Ability

Attempts to clear cut - off: If you attend 81-86 number of questions, you can surely clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level of this section: The difficulty level of SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 1st December 2016 (Paper I- Quantitative Ability) was of Moderate level.

Questions from Topics asked in SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 1st December 2016 (Paper I- Quantitative Ability) are:

Name of Topics

Number of Questions

Level of Difficulty

Number System

7-9

Easy-Moderate

Percentage

3-5

Easy

Time and Work

5-7

Moderate

Profit, Loss and Discount

10-12

Easy-Moderate

Ratio/Mixture/Allegation

5-7

Easy

Average

5-7

Easy-Moderate

Time, Speed and Distance

3-5

Easy

SI & CI

3-5

Easy-Moderate

Algebra

10-12

Moderate

Mensuration

15-17

Moderate

Geometry

10-12

Moderate-Difficult

Trigonometry

8-10

Moderate-Difficult

Data Interpretation (1 set)

5

Moderate


Stay tuned for more updates on SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 1st December 2016 (Paper II- English Language). Till then, hope for the best!
 

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SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 30th November 2016 - English Language (Paper II)

SSC CGL Tier 2 English Paper analysis - 30 nov 2016

The SSC CGL Tier II examination is being conducted By Staff Selection Commission from 30th November 2016 to 2nd December 2016. The candidates who will qualify in the SSC CGL Tier I examination will be able to sit in the examination. The paper I comprised of Quantitative Aptitude/ Arithmetic Abilities of SSC CGL Tier I examination and paper II comprised of English Language. The paper II of SSC CGL Tier II 2016 has come to an end and students are eagerly waiting for the analysis. We bring you the complete analysis of paper II of SSC CGL Tier II 2016:

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Questions Asked in SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam-  30 Nov 2016

SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 30th November 2016: Paper II- English Language

Good Attempts to clear cut – off marks: If you have attended 150-160 number of questions, you can easily clear the cut- off marks.


Difficulty level: The difficulty level of paper II (English Language) was Moderate level.

Qustions asked from Topics  in SSC CGL Tier II 2016- Paper II (English Language):

The topics asked in the paper II (English Language) were:

Topics

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

Finding Errors

20

Difficult

Fill in the blanks

20

Moderate-Difficult

Synonyms/Antonyms

5

Easy-Moderate

Wrongly Spelt Words

6

Easy-Moderate

Idioms and Phrases

12

Easy-Moderate

Para Jumbles

20-22

Difficult

One word substitution

10

Easy

Active and Passive Voice

20

Easy-Moderate

Sentence Improvement

20-22

Moderate-Difficult

Direct and Indirect Narration

22

Moderate-Difficult

Cloze test

20

Moderate-Difficult

Reading Comprehension

25

Moderate

SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: Overall analysis of Paper I and Paper II

The table below gives the possible good attempts of Paper I and Paper II of SSC CGL Tier II 2016 exam along with the individual difficulty level:

Paper

No. of Questions

Possible good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

100

82-88

English Language and Comprehension

200

150-160


 

The difficulty level of paper I (Quantitative Aptitude) was Easy-Modearte and of paper II (English Language and Comprehension) was  Modearate.

SSC CGL Tier II 2016: Expected Cut- off Marks (For Tier and Tier II):

The cut- off marks of SSC CGL Tier II 2016 will be declared based on marks scored out of a total of 400 marks in paper I and paper II. Let us look at the expected cut- off marks in SSC CGL Tier II 2016:


 

Posts

Expected cut- off marks

For Tax Assistants

330- 350

For Non-Interview Posts

335- 355

For Interview Posts

360- 380


 

We hope that this analysis is helpful. Stay tuned for more job updates and notifications. Till then, happy learning!
 

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SSC CGL Tier 2 English Paper Analysis 2016 :How was your Attempt?

Hello Everyone,

                    SSC CGL Tier 2 English Language and Comprehension paper (Paper 2) will be held from 2:45 PM to 4:45 PM. Our team of experts will get the feedbacks and reviews from many candidates in order to bring you an accurate analysis of the English paper. 

A huge number of candidates appeared SSC CGL Tier 2 exam today. In our analysis section, we will provide detailed review of topics and number of questions asked in SSC CGL English paper along with difficulty level and good attempts. To get the complete analysis, CLICK HERE

SSC CGL English (Paper 2) Analysis - 30 Nov 2016

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SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis: 30th November 2016 - Paper I (Quantitative Aptitude)

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is conducting the second phase of the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) exam from 30th November 2016 to 2nd December 2016. This examination will be attended by the candidates who will manage to qualify the SSC CGL Tier I 2016 examination. The examination will be conducted in two shifts. The paper I i.e. Quantitative Aptitude of SSC CGL Tier I examination has come to an end. In this article, we bring you the complete analysis of paper I (Quantitative Aptitude):

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Questions Asked in SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam-  30 Nov 2016

Before going to the analysis, let us look at the pattern of SSC CGL Tier II 2016:

            

Subjects

            

            

Posts

            

            

No of questions

            

Quantitative Aptitude

            

            

All other posts other than post of SI in CPOs

            

       100 

            
            

            

English Language and Comprehension

            

            

All posts

            

       200

            

            

Statistics

            

            

Compilers/ Statistical Investigators

            

      100 

            


 

            

General Studies

Assistant Audit Officer Post

100 

Note: The time duration for all the papers is of 2 hours and the marks alloted to each paper is 200 marks.

SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Exam Analysis : Paper I- Quantitative Aptitude

Good Attempts to clear cut – off marks: An attempt of 82-88 number of questions may be a great attempt to clear cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of Paper I (Quantitative Aptitude) of SSC CGL Tier II 2016 was of Easy- Moderate level.

Topics asked in SSC CGL Tier II 2016 Paper I (Quantitative Aptitude): The paper I - Quantitative Aptitude consisted of questions from the following topics:

Name of Topics

Number of Questions

Level of Difficulty

Number System

10

Moderate

Percentage

4-5

Moderate - Difficult

Time and Work

4-6

Moderate - Difficult

Profit & Loss

8-9

Easy

Ratio & Proportion

2-4

Moderate

Average

5-6

Moderate

Time, Speed and Distance

4-6

Easy-Moderate

SI & CI

3-4

Easy

Mixture and Allegation

2-3

Easy

Mensuration

10-13

Easy-Moderate

Geometry

12-13

Moderate - Difficult

Trigonometry

8-11

Moderate - Difficult

Algebra

5

Moderate

DI (Bar Graph based)

5

Easy-Moderate


 

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC CGL Tier II 2016 paper II (English Language). Till then, happy learning!

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SSC CGL Exam Analysis: 8th September 2016 (Shifts 1, 2 and 3)

“Celebrate what you have accomplished, but raise the bar little higher each time you succeed”- Mia Hamm

8t sept ssc cgl exam analysis, review

When a tender kid of a year or more is offered with a gadget, he/ she looks at it with a never – ending curiosity to know what is it and analyses it from top to the bottom. This scene gives you an idea of analysis but an innocent one. Analysis is important in every step of a field and is a part of each and every person’s life. It involves a deep understanding of the influences of an event and its future aspects as well.

The SSC CGL examination is almost about to complete its series of examinations in a few days. A few more days and you will be done with the examination waiting for the results. We have noticed a rigorous demand for the analysis of the SSC CGL examination held on 8th September 2016 and keeping that in mind, we are here with the detailed analysis of the examination only for you:

But before we talk about the analysis, let us take a look at the pattern of SSC CGL examination:

SSC CGL Tier 1: Pattern

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Pattern

Section

Number of questions

Maximum marks

Duration

1.General Intelligence and Reasoning

25

50

75 minutes

2.General Awareness

25

50

3. Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

4. English Comprehension

25

50

Total

100

200

Now, let us take a look at the analysis (section- wise) of SSC CGL Tier 2016 held on 8th September 2016:

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 on 8th September: Shift 1

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

Overall level of the questions: Easy

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series/ Alphabet series

5- 8

Easy

Picture Diagram

2

Water image and Mirror image

2 each

Matrix

1

Paper Cutting

2

Analogy

1

Classification

3

Miscellaneous

4

Good attempt: 18- 20 questions out of 25 questions

General Awareness:

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

1. Best indicator of economic development-

2. Bill for constitutional amendment initiated in-

3. Ftii chairman-

4. Misson indradanush related to-

5. Color blindness is due to imbalance of-

6. Hardest coal type-

7. Directive principles of state policy adopted from which Constitution-

Good attempt: 17- 19 questions out of 25 questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series

2

Easy-Moderate

Pie Chart

5 (Based on study timing of different subjects)

Geometry

4

Trigonometry

3

Miscellaneous

many

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

English Comprehension:

Overall level of the questions: Easy-Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Reading Comprehension

5

Easy- Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

3-4

Idioms and Phrases

3

Spelling correction

1

Sentence Improvement

3

One word substitution

3

Error detection

3

Fill in the blanks (Gap fillers)

3

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

Overall good attempt:  70 percent and above can be a good attempt.

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 on 8th September: Shift 2

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

Overall level of the questions: Easy

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series/ Alphabet series

5- 8

Easy

Picture Diagram

2

Water image/ Mirror image

1

Matrix

1

Paper Cutting

1

Analogy

1

Classification

3

Miscellaneous

4

Good attempt: 20-22 questions out of 25 questions

General Awareness:

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

1. State not selected in golden quadrilateral-

2. Yogeshwar Dutt related to which sport-

3. Lemon contains-

4. Amartya sen got noble prize in which sector of economics- 

5. Chipko movement slogan created by-

Good attempt: 12- 15 questions out of 25 questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series

2

Easy-Moderate

Pie Chart

5 (About students of different subjects in different years)

Geometry

4

Trigonometry

3

Miscellaneous

many

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

English Comprehension:

Overall level of the questions: Easy-Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Reading Comprehension (Based on Antigen and Antibody)

5

Easy- Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

3-4

Idioms and Phrases

3

Spelling correction

1

Sentence Improvement

3

One word substitution

3

Error detection

3

Fill in the blanks (Gap fillers)

3

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

Overall good attempt:  70 percent and above can be a good attempt.

Stay connected for more updates on third shift of the examination which is to be held in the time slot 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm. Good luck!

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