SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 (Tier 1): 3rd March 2020 Get Detailed SSC CGL Exam Analysis

 

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 (Tier 1): 3rd March
SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 (Tier 1): 3rd March

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 (Tier 1): 3rd March 2020: The Staff Selection Committee (SSC) is leading the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier-1 2019-20 test between March 3 to 11, 2020. A surmised number of 25.87 lakh up-and-comers are showing up for the SSC CGL Tier-1 test across 137 urban areas in India. Getting acclimated with the SSC CGL test analysis will assist you with getting a reasonable thought of the up and coming movements. Applicants who are showing up for the up and coming SSC CGL Tier-1 test can allude to this SSC CGL Analysis to comprehend the trouble level of each area, great endeavors, significant subjects of the test, and so forth. Moreover, applicants who have shown up for the test can allude to this SSC CGL Analysis to discover how they have performed.


SSC CGL Tier-1 Exam Pattern 2020

SSC CGL 2020 Tier-1 will be conducted tentatively from 2nd to 11th March 2020. The exam will be conducted online comprising of 4 sections with about 100 questions in total and with maximum marks of 200. The entire exam is needed to be completed in a time span of 60 minutes.

The sections asked in SSC CGL Tier-I Exam are:

  • General Intelligence & Reasoning
  • General Awareness
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • English Comprehension
Serial No. Sections No. of Questions Total Marks Time Allotted
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 50 A cumulative time of 60 minutes
2 General Awareness 25 50
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
4 English Comprehension 25 50
Total 100 200

 

A penalty of the Wrong Answer: There is a negative marking of 0.50 Marks for each wrong answer. There is no sectional cut off. No point will be deducted if the question is left blank or unattempted by a candidate.

A penalty of the Wrong Answer: There is a negative marking of 0.50 Marks for each wrong answer. There is no sectional cut off. No point will be deducted if the question is left blank or unattempted by a candidate.

 

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 (Tier 1): 3rd March

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020: Overall

For this shift, the level of the exam can be considered as Easy to Moderator.

Section Level Good Attempts
English Comprehension Easy-Moderate 18-19
Quantitative Aptitude Easy-Moderate 17-18
General Intelligence Easy 21-22
General Awareness Easy-Moderate 16-18
Overall Easy-Moderator 75-80

 

SSC CGL 2020 Tier 1 Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

The entire Quantitative Aptitude Paper was Easy-Moderate level. Quantitative Aptitude section was lengthy. A few questions demanded rigorous calculations. Maximum questions were asked from Ratio, Average, Number System, Trigonometry & DI (Tabular). There is no questions from Co-ordinate Geometry topics.

S.No. Topics No. Of Questions asked Level of Exam
1 Ratio 2 Easy-Moderate
2 Average 1 Easy-Moderate
3 Number System 2 Easy
4 Simplification 2 Easy-Moderate
5 Time & Work 1
6 Time, Speed & Distance 1 Easy-Moderate
7 Simple Interest 1 Easy-Moderate
8 Profit & Loss 1 Easy
9 Co-ordinate Geometry no questions
10 Geometry 2 Easy-Moderate
11 Mensuration 3 Easy-Moderate
12 Trigonometry 2 Easy
12 Percentage 1 Easy-Moderate
12 Algebra 1 Easy
13 DI (Tabular) 4 Easy-Moderate
Total Questions 25

SSC CGL 2020 Tier 1 Exam Analysis: Reasoning

The General Intelligence/Reasoning section of SSC CGL 2020 Tier-1 exam was easy. While Coding-Decoding, Analogy and Odd One Out questions were easy. There was no question from Matrix. The is one question from syllogism.

S.No. Topics No. Of Questions asked Level Of Exam
1 Analogy 2 (Number + Word) Easy
2 Odd One Out 2-3 Easy
3 Series 2 Easy-Moderate
4 Statement & Conclusions 1 Easy
5 Distance-Directions 1
6 Syllogism 1
7 Oder-Ranking 1
8 Coding-Decoding 3 Easy
9 Non-Verbal 3-4
10 Calendar 1
11 Blood Relation 1 Difficult
12 Mirror Image 1 Easy
13 Venn Diagram 1 Easy
14 Paper Folding Image 1 Easy
15 Missing Term 2 Easy
16 Cube 1 Easy
17 Counting Figure 1 Easy
18 Misc. 1 Easy
Total Questions 25 Easy

SSC CGL 2020 Tier 1 Exam Analysis: English Language

In SSC CGL Tier-1 Exam 2020, the English language section was Moderate, this time there was no RC(Reading Comprehension) instead there was 1 Cloze Test with 5 questions based on it and questions from it were of moderate level.

S.No. Topics No. Of Questions asked Level Of Exam
1 Fill in the Blanks 1 Easy
2 Sentence Improvement 2 Easy-Moderate
3 Error Detection 2 Easy-Moderate
4 Sentence Rearrangement 2 Easy-Moderate
5 Idioms and Phrases 1 Easy
6 Synonyms 2 Easy
7 Antonyms 2 Easy
8 Active Passive 2 Easy-Moderate
9 One word substitution 2 Easy-Moderate
10 Word Correction in the sentence (bold word) 1 Moderate
11 Sentence Improvement 2 Easy
12 Cloze test 5 Easy-Moderate
Total Questions 25 Easy-Moderate

SSC CGL 2020 Tier 1 Exam Analysis: General Awareness

General Awareness yet again was Easy to Moderate. The major area of focus this year was on General Awareness questions in the field of Current Affairs, Sports and Dance. Science was given a higher weightage this time in the General Awareness Section of SSC CGL 2020 Tier-1 Exam. The overall paper was of Moderate level.

S.No. Topics No. Of Questions asked Level Of Exam
1 History 3 Easy-Moderate
2 Polity 2 Easy
3 Geography 2 Easy-Moderate
4 Economics 1 Easy-Moderate
5 Static Awareness 2 Easy-Moderate
6 Biology 3 Easy
7 Chemistry 4 Easy-Moderate
8 Physics 1 Easy-Moderate
9 Computer
10 Current Affairs 7 Easy
Total Questions 25 Easy-Moderate

 

SSC CGL Tier -1: Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What is the schedule of SSC CGL tier 1 2019-20?
SSC CGL tier 1 2019 will be conducted from 3rd March 2020 – 9th March 2020.

Q2. How many shifts are there for SSC CGL tier 1 2019-20?
There are 3 shifts in SSC CGL tier 1 2019-20.

Q3. How many sections are there in SSC CGL tier 1 2019-20?
There are 4 sections in SSC CGL tier 1 2019-20.

Q4. Is there any negative marking in the exam?
Yes! there is a provision of negative marking. 0.50 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.

Q5. How much time will be given to attempt the paper?
Candidates will be given 1hr for the exam.

Q6. How many questions are there in the exam?

25 questions will be asked from each section. Namely: English, General Awareness, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude.


SSC CGL Exam Analysis – Shift 2 (Overall Difficulty Level)

Easy To Moderate

Quantitative Aptitude

  • Trigonometry: 3 questions
  • Percentage: 1 question
  • Profit and Loss: 2 question
  • Algebra: 2 questions
  • Geometry: 3 questions
  • DI: 3 questions
  • CI & SI: 1 question

General Intelligence and Reasoning

  • Cloze Test: 5 questions
  • Synonym and Antonym: 4-5 questions
  • Error Detection: 2 questions
  • Phrase replacement: 1 question
  • Active and Passive Voice: 1 question
  • Direct and Indirect Narration: 1 question
  • Idioms: 2 questions
  • Spelling Mistake: 2 questions
  • Para jumbles: 2 questions

English Comprehension

  • Analogy (Number Based & Letter Based): 5-7 questions
  • Missing No: 2 questions
  • Number Series: 2 questions
  • Open Dice: 1 question
  • Counting of figure (Triangle Based): 1 question
  • Mirror Image: 1 question
  • Paper Folding: 1 question
  • Embedded Figure; 1 question

General Awareness

  • History: 2 questions
  • Geography: 1 question
  • Static Awareness: 5 questions
  • Biology: 2 questions
  • Chemistry: 3 questions
  • Physics: 1 question
  • Current Affairs: 8-10 questions

Memory Based GA Questions

Q1) Where is Lady Willingdon park?
Answer: New Delhi

Q2) Who received the Dada Saheb Phalke Award in 2020?
Answer: Dia Mirza

Q3) Which acid is present in Vinegar?
Answer: Acetic Acid

Q4) Who was the father of Ajatashatru?
Answer: Bimbisara

Q5) Wings India event was held at which Airport?
Answer: Hyderabad Airport

Q6) Who was the last ruler in the Nanda Dynasty?
Answer: Dhananand

Q7) Which gland is present between the lungs?
Answer: Thymus Gland

Q8) Which acid is released when cutting onions that result in tears
Answer: Sulfenic Acid

Q9) Name of the book released by Amit Shah
Answer: Karmayoddha Granth

Q10) Where will Madhavpur Mela held?
Answer: Gujarat

Q11) In which year was the name of the capital Bombay changed to Mumbai?
Answer: 1995

Q12) Global Investors meet, Ascend 2020 to be held in_______
Answer: Kochi

Q13) Industry 4.0 launched with the help of which institute
Answer: IIT Kanpur


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