SSC CGL Memory Based Paper 2020

Staff Selection Commission is conducting the second stage of the Combined Graduate Level exam from 14-17 October 2020 in online mode. SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam is a Computer Based Test (CBT). Candidates appearing for the Tier 2 exam can check the SSC CGL Memory Based Paper 2020 provided in this post and plan their preparation accordingly.

  • In this post, we have provided SSC CGL asked Questions that are solely based on the genuine candidates’ real exam experience.
  • Checking the Physics Questions asked in SSC CGL Exam will let candidates focus on the important topics and score good marks in the exam.
  • As per the previous year exam analysis, three to four Biology Questions asked in SSC CGL Previous year exams.

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper 2020

Knowing the previous year’s questions will help candidates to better prepare for the SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam.

  • In the article, candidates will get the questions asked in the exam for SSC CGL Tier 1 exam 2020.
  • Go through the complete shift-wise SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 to know the difficulty level of the exam, good attempts, and the number of questions asked from each topic of the subjects asked in the exam.
  • Here, candidates will get the complete list of the questions asked in the exam along with the answer
  • Candidates can download the SSC CGL Tier 2 questions asked in the previous year’s exams.
  • Memory Based Paper includes the SSC CGL Previous year Questions which helps candidates to know the pattern of the questions asked in the exam for each section.

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Previous Year Questions for Tier 2 Exam

Previous year questions will help candidates know how to better prepare for the exam, difficulty level of the paper, type of questions asked in the exam, and how to analyze these questions in less time.

To enhance your preparation levels, we have provided subject-wise previous year Tier 2 Questions along with answers. Candidates can download the answers PDF by clicking on the link provided below.

Previous Year Quantitative Questions of Tier 2 Exam

Let us have a look at the previous year quantitative questions asked in the Tier 2 Exam.

1) The average of two numbers is 8 and that of another three number is 3. The average of these five numbers is?

a) 7 b) 5.5 c) 6 d) 5

2) The length of a chord of a circle is equal to the radius of the circle. The angle which subtends this chord on the longer segment of the circle is equal to?

a) 30 degrees b) 45 degrees c) 40 degrees d) 90 degrees

3) A train covers a distance in 50 minutes if it runs at a speed of 48 km/hr on an average. The speed at which the train must run to reduce the time of journey to 40 minutes, will be?

a) 10 km/hr b) 20 km/hr c) 40 km/hr d) 60 km/hr

4) A, B, C invested capitals in the ratio 5 : 6: 8. At the end of the business term, they received the profits in the ratio 5 : 3: 12. Find the ratio of time for which they contributed their capitals?

a) 1 : 2: 3 b) 2 : 1: 3 c) 3 : 2: 1 d) None of these

5) If the interest on Rs. 1200 be more than the interest on Rs. 1000 by Rs. 30 in 3 years. Find the rate %?

a) 2.5% b) 3% c) 4.5% d) 5%

Previous Year English Questions of Tier 2 Exam

1) Suman really has……. She moved to a new house just a month back but already has a lovely garden.

a) a heart of gold b) a bad hair day c) a foot in the door d) green fingers

2) Pick a word opposite in meaning to optimistic

a) energetic b) pessimistic c) idealistic d) realistic

3) Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
The trouble makers took to their heels when they saw the police coming.

a) hid themselves b) ran away c) faced them boldly d) prepared to fight

4) Identify the segment in the sentence, which contains the grammatical error.
Why should always we have to wait for her to join us?

a) for her to join her b) why should c) always we d) have to wait

5) Identify the word that is misspelt

a) Miscellaneous b) Umbilical c) Prophesy d) Accomodation

Previous Year General Studies Questions of Tier 2 Exam

1) A trademark is an example of

a) Intangible assets b) Fixed assets c) Current assets d) Liquid assets

2) Wages paid for the erection of a new plant or machinery are taken as

a) Capital expenditure b) Deferred Revenue expenditure c) Revenue expenditure d) Deferred capital expenditure

3) On account of ——–convention, the inventory is valued ‘at cost or market price whichever is less’

a) Consistency b) Materiality c) Full disclosure d) Conservatism

4) The funds raised by Non-profit organizations are credited to capital fund or—-

a) General fund b) Reserve fund c) Special revenue fund d) Debt service fund

5) Self-balancing entries will only be made for those transactions which affect

a) One ledger b) Three ledgers c) Four ledgers d) Two ledgers

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SSC CGL Memory Based Paper: Questions Asked in Shift 1 March 06, 2020

  1. Antonym of Fickle, Rush
  2. Idiom of “Tea Eye Wash”
  3. Idiom of “Pull a Fast One”
  4. Between whom was the Battle of Chausa fought?
  5. Where was the 13th South Asian Games conducted?
  6. Which is the eastern flowing river?
  7. When was NABARD established?
  8. What is the angle of earth tilt?
  9. What is the ISO number for an eco-friendly product?

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper: Questions Asked in Shift 1 March 06, 2020

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  1. Antonym of Persist, Glee
  2. Synonym of Preference, Abandon
  3. Which Gas is released when a volcano erupts?
  4. Which Indian Female Cricket Team has scored the highest runs in the T-20 World Cup?
  5. Which is the primary sex organ of females?

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper: Questions Asked in Shift 3 March 05, 2020

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  1. Synonym of “Criticise”
  2. Synonym of “Solidarity”
  3. Misspelt – Commemorate
  4. Idiom of “Fuel to fire”
  5. Cloze Test was based on corruption
  6. Chemical Formula of “Epsom Salt”
  7. Chemical Formula of “Ferrous Sulphate”
  8. Who was Viceroy of the 1843 Draught situation in India?
  9. Harbhajan Singh is the Brand Ambassador of which brand?
  10. Where is Jhansi ki Rani Samadhi located?
  11. When was Congress Socialist Party established?

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper: Questions Asked in Shift 2 March 05, 2020

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  1. Synonym of “Erudite”
  2. Idiom of “Flog the Dead Horse”
  3. Misspelt – Definition, Beneficiary
  4. Who is the Jammu & Kashmir Union Territory’s Governor?
  5. Who is the founder of the Gadar Party?

SSC CGL Questions Asked in Shift 1 March 05, 2020

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  1. Synonym of “Divide”
  2. Synonym of “Dexeterty”
  3. Idiom of “Bed of Roses”
  4. What happens on the 4th day after Pongal?

SSC CGL Questions Asked in Shift 3 March 04, 2020

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  1. Synonym of “Furious”
  2. Idiom of “Hold the Water”
  3. Synonym of “Exempted”
  4. Who received Nobel Prize consecutively?
  5. Question on Raman Effect
  6. Vijaywada is situated beside which river?
  7. Who wrote the book “Saint of God”
  8. Bhavayei and Kalvalia are which state dance forms?
  9. Who is the Governor of Kerala?
  10. Father of “Bangladesh Renaissance”
  11. Which country killed Solemani.

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper Questions Asked in Shift 2 March 04, 2020

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  1. Antonym of Absolute
  2. Synonym of Prodigal
  3. Idiom of Bee’s Knees
  4. Question from Karma Yudha book
  5. Who is MP’s first governor?\
  6. Who is the chairperson of IMF?
  7. Which Indian player took two international hattricks
  8. Misspelt words: Rehearsal, Encouragement, Separable

SSC CGL Questions Asked in Shift 1 March 04, 2020

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  1. Antonym of Liberty
  2. Idiom of Dead Heat
  3. Fillers were based on Preposition
  4. Cloze test was based on human flaws
  5. Honey: Bee :: _____ : ____
  6. What is the Growth of India predicted in WEF
  7. Which of the following dance form is not Kashmir’s
  8. Who received Gold Medal in recent Archery Competition
  9. In which state is Raj Rani Mandir
  10. Who is the Chief of the World Bank?
  11. In which article is Right to Freedom specified
  12. Which one of the below disease is caused due to Vitamin D
  13. Why does the Eiffel Tower expand in Summer?

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper Questions Shift 1 March 03,2020

Here, we have provided Current Affairs Questions asked in SSC CGL. Check the type of questions asked in the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam and better prepare for the second stage of the Combined Graduate Level exam. Here we have provided the SSC CGL Sureshot Questions that help candidates to enhance their preparation levels.

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  1. Where is Humpi Situated? Karnataka
  2. Prime Minister of Sri Lanka? Mahinda Rajapaksa
  3. Who releases the Repo Rate? RBI
  4. Where the HQ of “WHO” situated?
  5. Questions Based on”Mangal Mission”?
  6. Who is the writer of “Era of Darkness”? Shashi Tharoor
  7. Where is the headquarter of Food and Agriculture? Rome, Italy
  8. A player that scores 4 consecutive double century.
  9. CM of Punjab
  10. Solid CO2 formula
  11. Padma Shri for archery
  12. CM of Chhattisgarh
  13. A = 20 days, B = 15 days, C = 12 days, they all works for 3 days. How many days will A take to complete the remaining work?
  14. An item is sold at 10% profit. Had the item been sold for 336 rupees more, the profit would have been 20%. Find the cost price?
  15. Spelling error – Humiliation
  16. Cloze test based on the role of education.
  17. Synonym/Antonym: Sarcasm exhibit, Exodus, obligatory, quiescent, scintillating,
    OWS: Study of Dogs, a song at Burial
    Idiom: Hard nut to Crack, French leave.

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper Questions March 03, 2020 (Shift 2)

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  1. Wildlife century in Karnataka
  2. Imp. Component in Vinegar
  3. Dadasaheb Phalke Award
  4. Begun Patel Airport is
  5. Ajatshatru father
  6. Nanda Dynasty Last ruler
  7. Acid in Onion
  8. Amit Shah book name
  9. Madhavpur Mela
  10. In which year Bombay renamed as Mumbai?
  11. Trigonometry Question-4
  12. Mensuration’s: 2 Question
    Rectangle: 1
    Co-centric circle: 1
    Costing – Area
  13. One word substitution: Ten year
  14. Antonym: Vicious
  15. Synonym: Hilarious, Pathetic
  16. Idiom & Phrase: Snake in the grass
  17. Misspelled: Mention, Extension
  18. How machines are affecting

SSC CGL Previous Year Exam Analysis Links

Here, we have provided the links for previous year exam analysis of SSC CGL. Candidates can view or download the PDF by clicking on the direct links provided in this post.

SSC CGL Tier 2 Quant Analysis – Check Here

SSC CGL Tier 2 English Analysis – Check Here

SSC CGL Previous Year Questions Asked for Tier-II Exam 

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper: 18th February Previous Year Quant Questions Asked 

Go through the type of Maths Questions asked in the SSC CGL Previous year Exams.

  1.  Find the value: cos^3x+cos3x÷ cos^6x-sin^6x
  2. A, B and C can do a piece of work in 7.5 days. C is thrice as productive as A and B alone can do it in 15 days. In how many days A and C together can do the work if B leaves?
  3. A cylinder of height 8 cm and radius 3.5 cm is perfectly put inside of another cylinder with their axis perpendicular to each other. What’s the radius of another cylinder.
  4. Average of the number from 100 to 400 which are divisible by 13.
  5. If a cube is cut in 27 equal cubes. What’s the percentage change in the total surface area.

SSC CGL Memory Based Paper: 17th Feb Quant Previous Year Questions Asked 

Candidates can check the number of Algebra Questions asked in the SSC CGL previous year’s exam.

  1. Find the number of months that will amount to x value compounded semi-annually at the rate of 20%.
  2. What is the unit digit of the sum of the first 111 whole numbers?
  3. If (A+B)/C=7/9 and (B+C)/A =11/5 then, find the value of C?
  4. If the ratio of curved surface area and total surface area of a cylinder is 2:1, then find out the volume of the cylinder?
  5. A certain amount is divided into 3 people. X gets 2/7 of what Y gets and Y gets 4/9 of what Z gets. Then by how much amount more Z gets than A?
  6. Find the rate of interest if the Simple interest is 8000 and the compound interest is 8164 for two years.
  7. A cuboid having sides 30×50×40 is divided into 8 equal parts by cutting three Find out the total surface area (TSA) of all the parts?
  8. Find the numbers between 1000 and 9999 which are divisible by 253?
  9. What is the unit digit of the sum of first 111 whole numbers?
  10. A sphere is put inside a hollow cone having base radius r. Find the ratio between the radius of the sphere and the hollow cone?
  11. Two trains having speed _ km/h and _ km/h. If the second train reaches the destination late by 8 minutes than the first one. Due to some technical failure on the first train, it now reaches the destination late by 12 minutes. Find out the distance between the two stations?

SSC CGL English Previous Year Questions Asked for Tier II Exam 2018

18th February English Questions Asked:

Antonyms:

  • Acerbic

Idioms and Phrases:

  • Catch 22
  • Foot the Bill

17th February English Questions Asked:

Synonyms:

  • Gazzle
  • Tempestuous
  • Guzzle
  • Hound
  • Embargo
  • Antonyms:
  • Vista
  • Swindle

Idioms and Phrases:

  • Give it a Whirl
  • Weather the storm
  • Green willow
  • Study of snakes
  • Reap the whirlwind
  • Wild and woolly
  • Whoop it up
  • With the Vengeance
  • Spin your wheels
  • Up against the wall
  • One who eats mud

One word substitution

  • The military takes over a country
  • Dog lover
  • Too bully too furry
  • Lack of Civic mindedness or patriotism
  • Preferring or attracted to Sunlight
  • Mutual Discourse
  • Study of snakes
  • Killer of prophet
  • A person who preserves the skin of animals
  • Obsession of wine
  • Killing of Birds
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