SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2021: The SSC CHSL is being scheduled from 12th to 27th April and 21st to 22nd May 2021 (only for candidates who have opted for examination centers in West Bengal). The detailed SSC CHSL Exam Analysis of all shifts that will be going to begin from 12th April 2021 along with the questions asked in shifts and exam review of students have been provided here that will help the candidates who are yet to appear for the exam.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the recruitment to various posts of Group C and D level, with lakhs of candidates appearing for the examination. The Tier 1 exam is conducted in multiple shifts all over India and the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam analysis for all shifts has been provided below. We are providing all the links for the exam analysis here as per the exam conducted.
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Shift Timing 2021
|Name of Shift||Reporting Time||Exam Time|
|Shift 1||7:30 AM||9-10 am|
|Shift 2||10:30 AM||12-1 pm|
|Shift 3||1:30 pm||3-4 pm|
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2021: Tier 1 Check Exam Analysis of All Shifts
Click on the direct links provided below to check SSC CHSL detailed exam analysis 2021:
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 12 April 2021 (All Shifts) For Tier 1: Check Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 13 April 2021 (All Shifts) For Tier 1: Check Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 14 April 2021 (All Shifts) For Tier 1: Check Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 15 April 2021 (All Shifts) For Tier 1: Check Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 16 April 2021 (All Shifts) For Tier 1: Check Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 19 April 2021 (All Shifts) For Tier 1: Check Analysis
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020: Tier 1 Check Exam Analysis of All Shifts
Click on the direct links provided below to check SSC CHSL detailed exam analysis 2020:
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 19 October 2020: All Shift Check Detailed Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 15 October 2020: All Shift Check Detailed Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 14 October 2020: All Shift Check Detailed Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 13 October 2020 Check Detailed CHSL Exam Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 12 October 2020: Check Detailed CHSL Exam Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 18 March 2020 Check Detailed CHSL Exam Analysis
- SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 17 March 2020 Check Detailed CHSL Exam Analysis
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis – Exam Pattern
The SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Pattern contains mainly four sections namely, Quantitative Aptitude, General Intelligence & Reasoning, English Comprehension, and General Awareness. There will be a total of 100 question carrying 200 marks and a duration of 60 minutes. The below table shows the clear breakup of the exam pattern.
|General Intelligence Reasoning||25||50|
(Basic Arithmetic Skills)
Note: This examination will consist of Objective Type – Multiple choice questions only. The questions will be set both in English & Hindi. There will be a negative marking of 0.50 marks for each wrong answer.
COVID-19 Self Declaration Form Mandatory
Bring the Signed Copy of the Self Declaration Form in the below Format:
I hereby declare that I haven’t been tested positive for Corona Virus or identified as a potential carrier of the COVID-19 virus and I am also not having any of the symptoms related to COVID-19.
- Candidate Name
- Candidate Roll No.
- Exam Name
- Exam Date
- Exam Shift
- Exam Venue Name
- Signature of Candidate
Items to be carried in the Exam Hall during SSC Exams
- Candidates should invariably bring the following at the time of reporting for the examination:
- Admission Certificate (Print Copy of Admit Cards).
- Two copies of their latest colored passport-size photograph (3 cm x 3.5 cm).
- At least one valid photo-bearing identity proof in ORIGINAL with clear photograph (Eligible photo identity proofs such as Passport, Aadhaar Card/ Print out of e-Aadhaar, Driving License, Service ID Card issued to employees by Central Govt./State Govt./ PSUs, ID Card issued by University/College/School, Voter’s ID Card, PAN Card, Ex-Servicemen Discharge Book issued by Ministry of Defence, Any other Photo Identity Proof issued by Central Govt./ State Govt.).
- If the Photo Identity Card does not contain the complete Date of Birth, then the candidate must carry an additional original document having the Date of Birth as printed on the Admission Certificate (e.g. Admit Card/ Pass Certificate/ Marks Sheet of 10th Class issued only by CBSE/ ICSE/ State Boards; Birth Certificate, Category Certificate, etc. issued only by Central Govt. / State Govt. / PSUs). In case of a mismatch in the Date of Birth mentioned in the Admission Certificate and Photo ID Proof/ the Certificate brought in support of the Date of Birth, the candidate will not be allowed to appear in the examination.
- Face mask.
- Hand sanitizer (small bottle).
- Transparent water bottle.
- Printout of COVID-19 Self Declaration Form provided with the Admission Certificate