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How to Prepare for SSC CGL 2017 Exam in 2 Months

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How to Prepare for SSC CGL Exam in 2 Months

Graduate level Examination to recruit various group B level gazetted as well as non gazetted officers to serve the duties in various central government offices across the country. It is conducted in three tiers. Tier 1 exam is scheduled to be held on 19 June 2017 to 2 July 2017. Tier 1 tests the basic knowledge and reasoning ability to screen the candidate for level 2 or tier 2 examinations. This article provides preparation tips for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam in 2 Months.

Firstly, the candidates must be aware of the syllabus as well as the pattern of the exam.

The pattern of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam:

Subject

Questions

Marks

Time

General Intelligence & Reasoning

25

50

75 Minutes

General Awareness

25

50

Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

English Language

25

50

Total

100

200

Section-Wise Preparation guidelines:

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

  1. Try to solve 50 questions on reasoning questions on a daily basis. Practice makes your preparation better by the end of 2 months.
  2. Puzzles, analogy, coding-decoding, series, figure-based questions, etc. are scoring topics. Solve questions from sample papers related to these, your accuracy will improve.
  3. You need to be visually imaginative to solve non-verbal reasoning topics like image assembling, figure-counting, etc.
  4. Solve as many sample papers as you can, this is the only to be accurate and improve your speed. The aim is to attempt 15-20 questions accurately in 20 minutes.
  5. Static GK includes Culture, Indian History, Geography, Environment, Economy and Polity. Prepare notes to memorize the dates and facts.
  6. Practicing 75 questions in General Awareness within 30 minutes should help you cover GK.

General Awareness:

  1. The effective method to prepare for this particular section is to ‘Read Newspapers’.
  2. Watch channels like NDTV, ABP News, and Times now etc. to stay updated about the events around the world. Watch programmes like fact based shows and talk shows.
  3. Subscribe to the useful magazines/books. A few publications provide books on current matters and common information.
  4. Make a good use of the internet to know as much as you can while preparing for General awareness.
  5. Make short notes about dates and events, Books and authors etc for a quick revision.

Quantitative Aptitude:

One of the challenging sections is Quantitative Aptitude because of its complexity and time consumption while attempting these questions. Start with the topics such as percentage, profit & loss, ratio & proportion, speed distance & time, boat & stream, data interpretation etc.

  1. Go through all the tips and short cuts to solve a question.
  2. Attempt one mock test daily.
  3. Practice on the online apps especially for this section, analyze where you are lagging behind and prepare a strategy to work on it.
  4. Simplification, interest, percentages, ratio and proportion and age-problems are easy and scoring so spend more time with these topics.
  5. Memorize all the formulae.
  6. Self evaluation is very important. Practice the mock tests, previous years’ sample papers etc.

English Language:

The three important aspects for the test of English are Grammar, Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension.

  1. Error Spotting, Phase Replacement, Fill in the Blanks are the topics to be concentrated in Grammar. Practice 30 questions each day on a daily basis.
  2. Learn basic Grammar concepts like Tenses, Articles, Prepositions, Degrees of Comparison, Subject-Verb Agreement, Conjunctions, Parts of Speech, Standard Construction, Adverbs, Number in Nouns, etc. These grammar rules help you in a long run.
  3. Reading Newspapers and Magazines not only improve your vocabulary but also GK. Make a note of the unknown words and find out the synonyms, antonyms and usage.
  4. Practice at least 10 comprehension passages on a daily basis from the previous year question papers.

You must try to attempt sectional mock tests on a daily basis until the exam. Prepare well and revise well. You can crack the Tier 1 with these useful preparation tips for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam.

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SSC CGL Post Description and Preference Order 2017

SSC CGL Post Description and Preference Order Details

 

Staff Selection Commission is expected to release the SSC CGL 2017 notification on March 11, 2017. The SSC CGL exam is conducted to recruit candidates to be appointed in various departments of Group B and C under Ministeries in Government of India.

While filling the application form, there are some common queries that arise for filling the post preference as follows:

  • How to fill post preference for SSC CGL?
  • What should be my post order for SSC CGL?
  • What should be my post preference for SSC CGL, if I want to work in Metros/ Coastal areas only?
  • What should be my post preference for SSC CGL, if I want a higher salary in SSC CGL?

  

This article will help you in  selection of various posts based on your preference criteria.

Some of the factors which should be considered while selecting the SSC CGL post preferences are:

  • Nature of work
  • Amount of work
  • Renumerration
  • Promotions
  • Posting Location
  • Transfers
  • Department

 

SSC CGL Post Descriptions and Preference Order for 2017

 

 

Post Name

Post Code

Vacancies

Grade Pay

 

Assistant Audit Officer

F

Limited

4800

 Inspector Examiner (CBEC)

M

Very few

4600

Office as well as field Job, Posting in Coastal Regions,

 Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)

J

Large, good Chance

4600

Office as well as field Job, Posting in Coastal Regions,

Assistant (MEA)

E

Less

4600

Central Excise Inspector (CBEC)

K

High

4600

Office as well as field Job, All India Posting

Preventive Officer Inspector (CBEC)

L

N/A

4600

Office as well as field Job

Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)

N

N/A

4600

 Assistant (Central Vigilance Commission)

B

N/A

4600

Office Job, Posting in Delhi and other Metro cities

Assistant (AFHQ)

G

N/A

4600

Office Job, Posting in Delhi other Metro cities

Assistant (Ministry of Railways)

D

N/A

4600

Good perks such as free & discounted railway pass, No fixed promotion

Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)

C

N/A

4600

Investigative officer profile, Majorly computer or data-oriented work in the Intelligence Bureau, No fixed promotion

Assistant Section Officer (CSS)

A

N/A

4600

Pure desk job, Appointed in various ministries, Required to prepare notes, reports etc , No fixed promotion

Sub Inspectors (CBI)

O

N/A

4200

Challenging job, promotion after 5 years

Assistant (Other Ministries)

H

N/A

4600

Office Job, Posing in Delhi or Tier I or Tier II Cities

Divisional Accountant (CAG)

Q

N/A

4200

Auditing of works carried out by the state government, No or very less travel, Relaxed job.

Inspector (Narcotics)

S

N/A

4600

Office as well as field Job, Mainly Field Job, All India Posting, Hectic but reputed job)

Assistant (Other Ministries)

I

N/A

4200

Office Job, Posing in Delhi or Tier I or Tier II Cities, Hectic job

Sub Inspectors (NIA)

%

N/A

4200

Risky, lot of travel and investigations, less chance of promotions

Statistical Investigator

R

Around 300

4200

Office as well as field Job, Frequent Travelling, All India Posting, Hectic Job

Inspector (Dept. of Post)

P

N/A

4600

In charge of 60-70 post offices, need to travel, meet targets, promotion after 5 years

Sub-Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics)

#

N/A

2400

Mainly field work, Good chance of promotion depending on work

Auditor C&AG

T

N/A

2800

Office Job, Posing in Delhi or in State capitals or Tier I or Tier II Cities

Auditor CGDA

U

N/A

2800

Office Job, Posing in Delhi or in State capitals or Tier I or Tier II Cities

Tax Assistant CBEC

@

Good vacancies

2800

Office as well as field Job, All India Posting, Hectic Job, Timely Promotion

Tax Assistant CBDT

Z

Good vacancies

2400

Office as well as field Job, All India Posting, Hectic Job

 Accountant/ Junior Accountant Offices under C&AG

W

Less

2400

Mainly Clerical, Passing of various bills, salary allowances, office expenses, Peaceful work, good promotion

Accountant/ Junior Accountant Offices under CGA & others

X

Less

2800

Mainly Clerical, Passing of various bills, salary allowances, office expenses, Peaceful work, good promotion

Senior Secretariat Assistant

Y

Less

2800

Desk job, Check facts, identify errors, draw attention to previous cases or Rules and Regulations , Mainly Delhi posting

Compiler (Registrar General of India)

 $

Less

2400

Office Job, Mainly Delhi Posting

 

SSC CGL Post Descriptions and Preference Order will give you an idea of  job description & nature of work of each post.Fill the post as per the desired order.

 

All the best for your preparation.

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SSC CGL Tier 3 Admit Card Released

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 3 Admit Card

It’s time for SSC to steal the show! The SSC CGL Tier III Exam 2016-17 admit cards are officially out now and candidates can check the admit cards on the official website i.e. ssc.nic.in 

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is a govt. organization which works under government of India to filter out candidates and select them for posts in various ministries, departments and subordinate offices.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has officially released notifications with regard of Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGLE) Tier III admit cards on the official website of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) i.e. ssc.nic.in

Do you have an idea of what number of candidates might have qualified for SSC CGL Tier III? Well, the number is huge indeed! A strength of 56169 candidates have managed to get into Tier III examination. Moreover, the admit cards have been released for various regions.

The SSC CGL 2017 notification is out. Approximately 30 lakh candidates are appearing for the exam this year for 20, 000 vacancies. The SSC CGL 2017 Tier I exam was conducted from 9th June to 2nd June 2017.

SSC CGL 2016-17 Tier 3 Admit Card: Procedure to Download

  • Please log in to the official website of SSC (Staff Selection Commission) ssc.nic.in
  • Click on the section which says 'Admit Cards'.
  • Please click on the region to which you belong.
  • Click on the link which is relevant.
  • Please enter your registration number and date of birth in the space provided.
  • Click on the submit button and submit it.
  • You will be to see SSC Admit cards displayed on the screen.
  • Download your SSC Admit card and store it for future reference.

SSC CGL Tier III 2016-17 Exam timings

The total time duration of SSC CGL Tier III 2016-17 will be of one hour and the exam will be held during 11 am to 12 pm.

SSC CGL admit card
SSC NR Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 of Northen Region. Released!
SSC CR Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 of Central Region. Released!
SSC ER Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 of Eastern Region. Released!
SSC NER Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 of North Eastern Region. Released!
SSC WR Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 of Western Region. Released!
SSC SR Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 of Southern Region. Released!
SSC KKR Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 Karnataka Kerala Region. Released!
SSC MPR Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 Madhya Pradesh Region. Released!
SSC NWR Click here to download SSC CGL Admit Card 2016 of North Western Region. Released!

SSC CGL Tier III 2016-17 Exam pattern

  • The SSC CGL Tier III 2016 paper will be a descriptive test which will be of pen and paper mode.
  • The marks allotted to this paper will be of 100 marks.
  • The Tier III exam will consist of sections like letter writing, application writing, essay writing and passage writing. The basic criteria of assessment of the candidates will be bases on their writing skills.

For latest updates, we recommend the candidates to keep an eye on the official website of SSC CGL. Moreover, we will bring you latest updates on SSC CGL Tier 3 2016-17 Admit Card. Best of luck!

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SSC CGL Toppers Daily Study Schedule

SSC CGL Toppers Daily Study Schedule

SSC CGL is one of the most reputed exams conducted by the Staff Selection Commission of India. SSC CGL is a Combined Graduate Level Examination to recruit group B gazetted as well as non gazetted officers in various central government offices. This Examination is conducted once in a year. Every year, many graduates appear for this exam; however, a few successfully crack it. One needs to prepare with a lot of planning and dedication for a successful attempt.

The SSC CGL Exam Pattern:

It is conducted in Tier I, II, III followed by a Computer Skill Test / Skill Test. Tier I & II are online and Tier III is a written exam. The sections in Tier I are General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Comprehension. It is conducted for 200 marks and the duration is 75 minutes. Please be aware that there is a negative marking of 0.50 marks per each incorrect answer. The sections in Tier II are General Studies (Finance & Economics), Statistics, Quantitative Abilities, English language and Comprehension. It is for 200 Marks and the duration is 2 Hours, also has negative marking of 0.25 marks.

The Study Plan for SSC CGL:

The Study plan discussed here is after researching what our toppers have recommended. So, the SSC CGL aspirants can stick to this plan.

  1. Before preparing a study plan, the candidate must look into the syllabus as well as the individual strengths and weaknesses. Prepare a list of all the topics. If this kind of preparation is something new, you must give at least 5 days for memorizing the terms and formulae.
  2. If you are already in the process of preparing for any other competitive examination, then pick up a subject of your interest and start the plan.
  3. Make a study plan for a minimum of 10 hours in a day to cover all the subjects from the syllabus.
  4. Allocate 2 Hours for Reasoning, 4 Hours for Mathematics, 2 Hours for English and 2 Hours for General Awareness.
  5. General Awareness is vast which is spread in current affairs, History, Geography, Economics, Polity, Science, and Miscellaneous.

Topics

Days

Current Affairs

History

Geography

Economics

Polity

Science

Miscellaneous

Total


 

Section-Wise Study Plan:

Prepare a 60 day schedule that covers all the topics. This plan also includes time for Revision. Check this out.

Day

Reasoning

Mathematics

English

General Awareness

1

Trigonometry

Basic Grammar

Polity

2

Trigonometry

Basic Grammar

Polity

3

Trigonometry

Basic Grammar

Polity

4

Coding-Decoding

Simplification

Basic Grammar

Polity

5

Coding-Decoding

Divisibility & Remainders

Basic Grammar

Polity

6

Direction

Roots, Squares, Cubes

Basic Grammar

Economics

7

Missing Series

Indices

Articles

Economics

8

Analogy Test

HCF LCM

Economics

9

Heights & distance

Idioms & Phrases

Economics

10

Heights & distance

Idioms & Phrases

Economics

11

Blood Relations

Algebra

History

12

Blood Relations

Algebra

Tenses

History

13

Input-Output

Age problems

Tenses

History

14

Syllogism

Train problems

History

15

Input-Output

Alligations & Mixtures

Active & Passive Voice

History

16-30 Days:

16

Syllogism

Average

Active & Passive Voice

History

17

Number Ranking

Ratio & Proportion

History

18

Inequalities

Time & Work

Direct & Indirect Speech

History

19

Inequalities

Boat & stream

Direct & Indirect Speech

History

20

Statements & Conclusions

Profit & Loss

Cloze Test

History

21

Percentage

Para Jumbled

Geography

22

Interest

Para Jumbled

Geography

23

Assumptions & Directions

Permutations & Combinations

Cloze Test

Geography

24

Assumptions & Directions

Probability

Grammar Revision

Geography

25

Probability

Grammar Revision

Geography

26

Geometry

Grammar Revision

Geography

27

Geometry

Error Rectification

Geography

28

Geometry

Error Rectification

Geography

29

Puzzles

Mensuration

Error Rectification

Geography

30

Puzzles

Mensuration

Error Rectification

Geography

31-35 Days:

Day

Reasoning

Mathematics

English

General Awareness

31

Puzzles

Mensuration

Vocabulary

Science

32

Revision

Date Interpretation

Vocabulary

Science

33

Revision

Date Interpretation

Vocabulary

Science

34

Revision

Date Interpretation

Synonyms & Antonyms

Science

35

Revision

Coordinate Geometry

Synonyms & Antonyms

Science

36

Revision

Coordinate Geometry

Revision

Science

37

Revision

Revision

Revision

Science

38

Revision

Revision

Revision

Science

39

Revision

Revision

Revision

Science

40

Revision

Revision

Revision

Science

41

Revision

Revision

Revision

Current Affairs

42

Revision

Revision

Revision

Current Affairs

43

Revision

Revision

Revision

Current Affairs

44

Revision

Revision

Revision

Current Affairs

45

Revision

Revision

Revision

Here comes your last 15 days which should be dedicated to Solving sample papers, mock tests. This is how our toppers prepared. An alternate to this study plan is to reduce the last 15 days of self-assessments, instead plan the mock tests on a daily basis right after the first week of preparation.

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SSC CGL 2016-17 Tier II Marks Out - Check Here

SSC CGL Notification

Staff Selection Commission declared the result of SSC CGL Tier II exam on Tuesday, 28 February 2017. As per the official report, 4795 candidates qualified for Tier III exam which will be conducted on March 19, 2017.

SSC CGLE Tier II exam was held from November 30 to December 2, 2016. The SSC also conducted re-examination for the same in January 2017 for some venues.

Today, SSC has released the marks of the candidates. Candidates can check the marks of SSC CGL Tier II papers on the link provided below:

SSC CGL Tier II Marks of Paper I
 

SSC CGL Tier II Marks of Paper II
 

SSC CGL Tier II Marks of Paper III
 

SSC CGL Tier II Marks of Paper IV

Those who have qualified the Tier I and Tier II will be called for document verification. The candidates should, therefore, keep all their originals and photocopies of their age, education, address and other proofs ready.

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC CGL exam. Wish you All the Best!

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SSC CGL Tier II Result 2017

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Staff Selection Commission will be releasing official notifications for SSC CGL Tier 2 results. We recommend our students to keep an eye on the release and go through it in detail when updated. 

The official notification will be issued on the website – ssc.nic.in.  Click on SSC CGL result link for result.

SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam    November 30th & Dec 1
SSC CGL Tier 2 Result Date    February 28, 2017

Click here for SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam Result 2016-17 Link 

Click here for SSC CGL  Result 2017


Expected Result time: February 28, 2017 (8:00 PM)

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC CGL, Good luck!

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SSC CGL Online Application Form 2017

Staff Selection Commission conducts Combined Graduate Level exam to recruit candidates for various vacancies in departments and ministries under Government of India. SSC CGL has seen as many as 20 lakh candidates appearing for the tier-1 exam in 2016-17. This year we can expect around 30 lakh candidates appearing for over 20,000 vacancies.

SSC has released the SSC exam calendar for the year 2017. As per the official SSC exam calendar, the Commission will invite applications for the CGLE 2017 in the month of March.

The Important Dates for SSC CGL 2017 is given below:

Events

Dates

Announcement of Notification

11th March 2017

Closing Date of CGL Online application

15th April 2017

Date of SSC CGL Tier-I Exam

19th June to 2nd July 2017

Date of SSC CGL Tier-II Exam

5th to 8th September 2017

Date of SSC CGL Tier-III Exam

12th September 2017

Date of SSC CGL Tier-IV Exam

December  2017

SSC CGL Application Form 2017:

The application form can be obtained from the official website of Staff Selection Commission. The apply mode will be online and offline.

Selection Procedure for SSC CGL 2017:

SSC will organise Selection process in 4 Stages as mentioned below:

  • Tier-1: Written Exam(Objective Type) (200 Marks)
  • Tier-2: Written Exam(Objective Type) (200 marks for each paper i.e paper 1 and paper 2)
  • Tier-3: Written Exam(Descriptive Type) (100 Marks)
  • Tier-4: Computer Typing Test/Skill Test(as per the post)

SSC CGL 2017 Eligibility:

Education: The candidates must have attained graduation from a recognized university.

Age Limit:  The age limit is increased by the commission for this year. The earlier age limit was from 18 to 27 years (General Category). The new age limit for 2017 is 20 to 30 years. Age will be counted on 1st August 2017 for the SSC CGL exam 2017.

SSC CGL Pay Scale:

SSC offers competitive pay scale for selected candidates in SSC CGL Group B Recruitment 2017 of Rs.54, 864 to Rs.61, 424 plus 4800 Grade Pay.

SSC CGL 2017 Application Fees:

The application fees for the candidates applying for Group 'B' posts will be Rs.100/-

How to Apply for SSC CGL 2017:

If you are planning to apply for the SSC CGL exam 2017, the following steps should be followed:

  1. Visit the Official website of SSC i.e ssc.nic.in.
  2. Check for the SSC CGL Notification at the Notices section at the top.
  3. Candidates need to read the advertisement carefully.
  4. After reading the details, fill the application form.
  5. Upload the recent passport size photograph and signature as per the required specification.
  6. Verify the filled details.
  7. Make the required payments i.e Application fees. It can be paid online.
  8. Submit the form.
  9. The confirmation will be issued and the SSC CGL application 2017 will be submitted.
  10. Take a printout of the application copy for future reference.

Start your preparation for the SSC CGL exam 2017 by enrolling for SSC CGL test series offered by us. The tests are as per the latest pattern and syllabus and designed by industry experts.

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SSC CGL Tier 2 Answer key 2016-17 Released

SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam Answer key 2016 - Staff Selection Commission has released the SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam Answer Key of Tier-II CGL exam held on January 24, 2017.  All Candidates can access and download the SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam Answer Key 2016-17 of Tier-II exam from an Official online window given below.

Click here to view and Download SSC CGL Tier-2 Answer Key

Stay tuned for More updates on SSC CGL Examinations, Good Luck!

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SSC CGL Tier-III Exam Dates 2017 Out

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Hello Aspirants,

The Commission has released notification to conduct Combined Graduate Level Examination 2016-17 (Tier-III) tentatively on 5th March 2017. The Commission will Final date of Exam would be notified shortly.

SSC has released a notification regarding updates of JE exam 2016-17, Skill Tests for Data Entry Operators and LDCs between 11th February 2017 and 11th March 2017.

Click here to view official Notification

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SSC CGL Tier-II Re-examination Analysis: 12th January 2017

Staff Selection Commission has conducted the  Combined Graduate Level Tier-II  Examination

2016  for 1,49,330 candidate in the Computer Based Mode at 356 venues in 57 cities (centres) across the country from 30th November 2016 to 2nd December 2016. There were 1,20,933 candidates (80.93%) who actually appeared. The Examination went off successfully in 333 centres. But there were some discrepancies at remaining 23 centres.

The re-exam was scheduled by the commission in these centres. The re-exam will be conducted in single slot on following dates.

SSC CGL Tier-II Re-exam Dates: 12th and 13th January 2017

We are providing the SSC CGL re-exam analysis for the paper held on 12th January.

Below is the  summary of ‘possible good attempts' of Paper I(Quant) and paper II(English) of SSC CGL Tier II 2016:

Paper

No. of Questions

Possible good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

100

75-85

English Language and Comprehension

200

165-175

SSC CGL Re-exam Paper-I (Quantitative Aptitude) Analysis:

Difficulty Level of Paper 1: The difficulty level of the paper was of Moderate level.

Good Attempts to Clear cut off marks: If you attempt  75-85  questions with accuracy , you can easily clear the cut off marks.

Topics

Number of Marks

Difficulty Level

Number System

10

Easy

Percentage

5

Moderate(Time Consuming)

Profit loss

8

Easy - Moderate

Simplification

2

Moderate

Simple & Compound Interest

4

Moderate

Ratio Proportion

4

Moderate

Time, Speed, Distance

9

Moderate(Time Consuming)

Average

5

Moderate

Mensuration

13

Moderate(Lengthy)

Geometry

13

Easy

Trigonometry

10

Difficult( Tricky)

Data Interpretation

5

Easy

SSC CGL Re-exam Paper-II (English) Analysis:

Difficulty Level of Paper 2: The difficulty level of the paper was of Moderate to Difficult level.

Good Attempts to Clear cut off marks: An attempt of 165-175  questions with accuracy will help you clear the cut off marks.

Topics

Questions

Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension

30 (6 passages)

Moderate - Difficult

Active Passive Voice

  20

Easy

Idioms & Phrases

 12

Moderate

Synonyms & Antonyms

7

Moderate

Direct - Indirect Speech

27

Difficult

One word Substitution

10

Moderate

Spelling Correction

4

Moderate

Sentence Improvement

20

Moderate

Cloze Test

25 (2 passages with 10- 10 Questions & 1 passage with 5 questions)

Moderate-Difficult

Para-jumbles

20

Moderate

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