Exam Info and Alerts
Hindi
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017 (Overall Slots/Shifts)

ssc-chsl-tier-i-exam-analysis-22nd-january-2017-overall-slots-shifts

SSC CHSL Tier 1 2017 10+2 of 22nd January 2017 has finally finished and come to an end. The SSC CHSL examinations is conducted to shortlist candidates for the posts of 'Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and 'Data Entry Operator (DEO)'. The SSC CHSL exam is conducted. So we bring you a complete analysis of SSC CHSL Tier 1 examination 22nd jan 2017:

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017 (Overall Analysis)- Summary of Analysis

Look at the summary of exam analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I  Overall All Slots on 22nd January 2017:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

Reasoning & General Intelligence

Easy-Moderate

17-20

English Language

Moderate

17-19

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

16-19

General Awareness

Moderate

17-19

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017- (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)

When you talk about the overall difficulty level of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 on 22nd January 2017 All Slots,  it is said to be Moderate. Attending 78-83 number of questions, can easily get you more marks to score the cut- off marks.

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017 (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)- Section- wise Analysis

The section wise analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I 22nd January 2017 is as follows:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: Attending 17-22 number of questions, can easily get you more marks to score the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Verbal Reasoning

Moderate

1

Pattern and Picture Diagram Moderate 1-2
Logical Reasoning EAsy 3
Direction & Distance Easy 3
Statement & Conclusions Easy-Moderate 1-2

Matrix

Easy

1

Blood Relation

Easy

2-3

Classification

Easy

1-2

Analogy

Easy

2

Series (Number/ Alpha numeric)

Easy

10

Paper Folding

Easy

1

Miscellaneous Easy-Moderate 5-7

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: Attending 16-19 number of questions, can easily get you more marks to score the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

S.I, Profit/ Loss and Percentage

Moderate

1-2

Mensuration

Easy

2

Trigonomentry

Easy

1-2

Algebra

Moderate

1-2

Geometry

Moderate

2

Co-ordinate Geometry Moderate 2

Speed and Distance

Easy

2-3

Miscellaneou

Easy-Moderate

10-12

Averages & Percentages

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Data Interpretation

Easy

3

English Language:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: Attending 17-19 number of questions, can easily get you more marks to score the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Cloze Test

Easy

5

Narration

Moderate

1-2

One word substitution

Moderate

3

Error Spotting & Sentence Correction

Moderate

2

Idioms and phrases

Moderate

3-4

Antonyms and Synonyms

Moderate

5

Active / Passive

Moderate

1-2

Para Jumbles

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Spelling Easy 1-2

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: Attending 17-19 number of questions, can easily get you more marks to score the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History

Easy

2-3

Science and Technology

Moderate

5-6

Politics

Easy

1-2

Current Affairs

Easy-Moderate

3-4

Economy and finance

Moderate

2-3

Geography

Moderate

2-3

Computer Moderate 2-3

Miscellaneous

Easy-Moderate

5-6

Stay connected with us for more updates. Good luck!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis: 20th January 2017 (Overall Slots)

ssc-chsl-exam-analysis-20th-january-2017-overall-slots

SSC CHSL Tier 1 2017 10+2 scheduled on 20th January 2017 has been one of the best sessions throughout. This examination shortlists candidates for posts of

  • LDC (Lower Division Clerks)
  • DEO (Data Entry Operators).

The SSC CHSL Tier I examination of 20th January 2017 has come to end. Henceforth, we present an all- round analysis of SSC CHSL Tier 1 examination of 20th January 2017:

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 20th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)- Summary of Analysis

Let us find out the summarized version of exam analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I All Slots on 20th of January 2017:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

Reasoning , General Intelligence

Easy

21-23

English Language

Easy -
Moderate

19-22

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy-Moderate

20-22

General Awareness

Moderate

18-20

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 20th January 2017- (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)

All in all, the SSC CHSL examination was of Easy-Moderate level. An attempt of 78-85 number of questions will help you surpass the cut- off marks.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 20th January 2017 (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)- Section- wise Analysis

The individual section wise analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 20th January 2017 is right here. Check it out:

Reasoning/General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 21-23 number of questions will help you surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Blood Relations

Easy

1

Matrix

Easy

2

Mirror Image / Water Image Easy 1
Analogy Moderate 2-3

Alphabet Series

Easy

2

Odd one out

Easy-Moderate

3-4

Missing Pattern Easy-Moderate 1

Direction & Distance

Easy

1

Paper Folding Easy 1

Series (Number/ Alpha numeric)

Easy

1

Coding-Decoding  Easy 2
Venn Diagram Easy 1
Ordering and Ranking Easy 1
Syllogism Easy 1

Miscellaneous

Easy-Moderate

3-5

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 20-22 number of questions will help you surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

S.I, Profit/ Loss and Percentage

Moderate

1

Percentages

Easy

1

Time and Work

Easy

1

Series  Easy 1
Interest  Easy 1

Algebra

Easy-Moderate

2

Geometry

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Time Speed & Distance

Easy

1

Trigonometry

Easy-Moderate

3

Number System Easy 1

Average

Easy

1

Data Interpretation

EAsy

3

Mensuration Easy 1
Coordinate Geometry Easy 1
Ratio & Proportion Easy 1
Miscellaneous Easy-Moderate 3-4

English Language:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 19-22 number of questions will help you surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Cloze Test Easy 5

Spelling check

Moderate

2

Phrase Replacement Easy 1

One word substitution

Easy-Moderate

2

Direct / Indirect Easy 1

Sentence/Para Jumbles

Easy

3

Idioms and phrases

Moderate

3

Antonyms and Synonyms

Moderate

3-4

Active & Passive Voice 

Easy

1

Error Spotting/Sentence Correction

Easy

3-4

General Awareness :

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 18-20 number of questions will help you surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History

Easy-Moderate

6

Science and Technology

Easy

7

Politics

Easy

1

Current Affairs

Moderate

4

Art & Culture

Easy

4

Geography

Easy

2

Computers

Easy

1

Follow us for more updates. We wish you great success and prosperity!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I 19th January 2017: Questions Asked

ssc-chsl-tier-i-19th-january-2017-questions-asked

SSC CHSL 10+2 Tier I 2017 examination is on the roll and students are going through tough preparations. The students who clear the exam will be eligible for posts of LDC and DEO. The SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 exam on 19th of January was a great going and number of aspirants keep increasing every year. Let us take a look at the questions asked in the SSC CHSL exam Tier I on 19th January 2017:

SSC CHSL 19 Jan 2017 Questions Asked: Quantitative Aptitude

  • Three times the first of three consecutive odd integers is 3 more than twice the third. Which is the third integer?
  • A train running at 5 km/hr in the same direction in which the train is going, in 10 seconds. What is the speed of the train?
  • A is thrice as good as workman as B and therefore is able to finish a job in 60 days less than B. In how many days can they complete the work together?

SSC CHSL 19 Jan 2017 Questions Asked: General Awareness

  • What is ICICI?
  • The radioactive element radium was discovered by ___________
  • Gol Gumbaj is situated in ___________.

SSC CHSL 19 Jan 2017 Questions Asked: General Intelligence

  • Complete the series: CMM, EOO, GQQ, _____, KUU.
  • The product of all the numbers in the dial of a telephone is _____________.
  • A is 3 years older to B and 3 years younger to C, while B and D are twins. How many years is C older to D?

SSC CHSL 19 Jan 2017 Questions Asked: English

  • Man does not live by …… alone.
  • The ruling party will have to put its own house …… order.
  • Rohan and Rohit are twin brothers, but they do not look …….

We will bring you some more questions whenever you come across any. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 19th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 19th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)

SSC CHSL Tier 1 2017 10+2 of 19th January 2017 has successfully come to an end. The examination is conducted annually to select candidates for posts of LDC (Lower Division Clerks) and DEO (Data Entry Operators). The SSC CHSL Tier I of 19th January 2017 has emerged as one of the most sought after exams of the year. Henceforth, we bring you a structured analysis of all slots of SSC CHSL Tier 1 examination on 19th January 2017:

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 19th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)- Summary of Analysis

Here you can find the summary of analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 19th of January 2017:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

Moderate

20-21

English Language

Moderate

18-19

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

19-21

General Awareness

Moderate

15-16

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 19th January 2017- (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)

The overall difficulty level was Moderate. 75-78 number of attempts can fetch you good marks beyond cut- off.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 19th January 2017 (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)- Section- wise Analysis

Let you take you through the section- wise analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis held on 19th January 2017.

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: 20-21 number of attempts can fetch you good marks beyond cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Blood Relationship Problems

Moderate

4-5

Matrix

Moderate

1-2

Data Sufficiency Problems)

Moderate

3-4

Coding- Decoding

Moderate

3-4

 Statement- Conclusion Statement- Arguments

Moderate

2-3

Series (Number/ Alpha numeric)

Moderate

1-2

Puzzle Test

Moderate

4-5

Visual Reasoning Moderate 3
Direction Sense Problems Moderate 2
Ordering and Ranking Moderate 2

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: 19-21 number of attempts can fetch you good marks beyond cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

S.I, Profit/ Loss and Percentage

Moderate

1-2

Mensuration

Easy

2-3

Geometry

Easy

2

Averages & Percentages

Easy

2-3

Trigonometry

Easy

1-2

Coordinate Geometry

Easy-Moderate

2

Data Interpretation

Easy

3

Miscellaneous Easy-Moderate 10-12

English Language:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: 18-19 number of attempts can fetch you good marks beyond cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Moderate

3-5

Spelling check/Sentence Correction

Moderate

5

Direct Indirect and One Word Substitution

Moderate

7

Fill in the blanks

Moderate

5-7

Idioms and phrases

Moderate

2-3

Antonyms and Synonyms

Moderate

3-5

Para jumbles

Moderate

3-5

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: 15-16 number of attempts can fetch you good marks beyond cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History, Geography, Polity, Economics

Moderate

12

Current Affairs

Moderate

3

Static Affairs

Moderate

10

We wish you all the very best! Stay tuned for more updates.


 

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis: 18th January 2017 (Over all Slots)

ssc-chsl-exam-analysis-18th-january-2017-all-slots

SSC CHSL Tier 1 2017 10+2 of 18th January has come to an end. The examination is conducted for candidates who aspire to make a career as LDC (Lower Division Clerks) and DEO (Data Entry Operators). The SSC CHSL Tier I of 18th January 2017 was a successful conduction everywhere and huge number of candidates were the major attraction. It is our turn to present you the complete analysis of all slots of SSC CHSL Tier 1 examination held on 18th January 2017:

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 18th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)- Summary of Analysis

Given below is the summary of analysis with regard to SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 18th of January 2017:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence & Reasoning 

Easy

20-23

English Language

Easy-Moderate

19-22

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy-Moderate

19-22

General Awareness

Easy-Moderate

19-22

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 18th January 2017- Overall Analysis

The overall difficulty level was Easy-Moderate. A decent attempt to make you exceed the cut- off marks can be 78-90.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 18th January 2017 (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)- Section- wise Analysis

Let us now make you navigate through the section- wise analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis held on 18th January 2017.

General Intelligence & Reasoning:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy.

Good Attempts: A decent attempt to make you exceed the cut- off marks can be 20-23.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Classification (Odd One Out)

Easy

2-3

Analogy 

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Number/Alphabet Series

Easy

2

Blood Relations

Easy

2-3

Mirror Image / Water Image

Moderate

1-2

Pattern Based Picture Diagram

Moderate

1-2

Logic Based Reasoning Easy-Moderate 2-3
Matrix Moderate 1
Direction & Distance Easy 1
Verbal Reasoning  Moderate 1

Miscellaneous

Easy-Moderate

5-7

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: A decent attempt to make you exceed the cut- off marks can be 19-22.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

S.I, Profit/ Loss and Percentage

Moderate

1-2

Mensuration

Easy

2-3

Coordinate Geometry

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Geometry

Easy-Moderate

2

Trigonometry

Easy-Moderate

1-2

Averages & Percentages

Easy

2-3

Data Interpretation

Easy

3

Miscellaneous Moderate 10-12

English Language:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: A decent attempt to make you exceed the cut- off marks can be 19-22.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Easy-Moderate

2

Spelling check

Easy

2-3

One word substitution

Moderate

2-3

Synonyms & Antonyms 

Moderate

4-5

Idioms and phrases

Moderate

2-3

Narration Moderate 1-2

Active & Passive Voice

Moderate

1-2

Sentence/Para Jumbles

Easy

2-3

Cloze Test

Easy-Moderate

5

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: A decent attempt to make you exceed the cut- off marks can be 19-22.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History

Easy

2-3

Science and Technology

Moderate

4-5

Art & Culture Moderate 1-2

Politics

Easy

2-3

Current Affairs

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Economy and finance

Moderate

2-3

Geography

Easy

2-3

Abbreviations Easy 1

Miscellaneous

Easy-Moderate

6

We wish you all the very best for your SSC CHSL Tier I exam. We will be pleased to hear any of your comments or questions in the comments section below. Happy learning!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 17th January 2017 Slots (Overall )

ssc-chsl-tier-i-exam-analysis-17th-january-2017-slots-overall

SSC CHSL 10+2 exam is conducted every year to recruit candidates for posts of

  • LDC (Lower Division Clerk)
  • DEO (Data Entry Operator)

The SSC CHSL Tier I exam is a national level test and is conducted across various centres. It attracts huge number of participants annually. The SSC CHSL exam this year is being conducted for 5134 number of vacancies. Accuracy can be a major factor to fetch marks in SSC CHSL exam.

The SSC CHSL Tier I examination 2017 schedule is as follows:

  • 7/1/2017 to 9/1/2017 (2 slots per day)
  • 10/ 1/2017 to 8/2/2017 (3 slots per day)

We hereby present the overall analysis of all slots of SSC CHSL exam on 17th January 2017. This analysis will give crisp ideas about

  • Topics asked
  • Weightage of topics
  • Difficulty level of exam
  • Marks distribution

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 17th January 2017 Overall Analysis: Summary

Given below is the summary of SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis held on 17th January 2017:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

Moderate

22-23

English Language

Moderate

20-21

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

20-22

General Awareness

Moderate

18-19

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 17th January 2017 - Overall Analysis

When we analyse in an overall note, SSC CHSL Tier I of 17th January 2017 was of Moderate difficulty level. Moreover, an attempt of 75-80 number of question attempted will maximize your chances to surpass the cut- off.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 17th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)- Section- wise Analysis

You can find the section- wise analysis of various sections asked in SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 on 17th Jan 2017:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Safe Attempts: An attempt of 22-23 number of question attempted will maximize your chances to surpass the cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Series

Moderate

4-5

 Puzzle Test

Moderate

4-5

Matrix

Easy-Moderate

1-2

 Data Sufficiency Problems

Easy-Moderate

3-4

 Blood Relationship Problems

Moderate

1-2

Coding Decoding

Moderate

3-4

Statement- Assumptions, Statement- Conclusion Statement-  Arguments, Statement- Courses of Action)

Moderate

2-3

Visual Reasoning Easy-Moderate 3
Direction Sense Problems Moderate 2
 Ordering and Ranking Moderate 2

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 20-22 number of question attempted will maximize your chances to surpass the cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Trigonometry

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Geometry

Moderate

2-4

Arithmetic

Easy-Moderate

11-13

DI and Analysis

Moderate

2-3

Volume and Surface Area

Moderate

3-4

English Language:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 20-21 number of question attempted will maximize your chances to surpass the cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

 Direct Indirect and One Word Substitution

Moderate

5-6

Fill in the blanks

Moderate

4-5

Spotting the Error

Moderate

3-4

Sentence Correction

Moderate

3-4

 Para jumbles

Easy-Moderate

4-5

Antonyms and Synonyms

Easy-Moderate

4-5

 Idioms and Phrases

Moderate

2-3

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: An attempt of 18-19 number of question attempted will maximize your chances to surpass the cut- off.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History, Geography, Polity, Economics

Easy-Moderate

12

Current Affairs

Moderate

3

Static Affairs

Easy-Moderate

10

Stay tuned for more updates. You can share your comments below and we will acknowledge them. All the very best!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017: Questions Asked on 16th January 2017 (All Slots)

ssc-chsl-tier-i-2017-questions-asked-on-16th-january-2017-all-slots

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 is conducted every year in order to recruit candidates for the posts of “LDC (Lower Division Clerk)” and “DEO (Data Entry Operator)”. The SSC CHSL exam this year will be held in two phases:

  • The phase I is scheduled on 7/1/ 2017 to 9/1/2017 (in 2 slots)
  • The phase II is scheduled on 10/1/ 2017 to 8/2/2017 (in 3 slots)

We present you the questions asked in SSC CHSL exam on 16th January 2016:

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017: Questions asked on 16th January 2017

Students must be curious to come across the questions asked in SSC CHSL Tier I exam held on 16th January 2017. Here we go:

Quantitative Aptitude:

  • Which number must be subtracted from both terms of the ratio 15: 19 to make it 3 : 4?
  • If p : q = r : s = t : u = 2 : 3, (mp + nr + ot) : (mq + ns + ou) is ?
  • If a : b = c : d = e : f = 1 : 2, (pa + qc + re) : (pb + qd + rf) is ?

Reasoning Ability:

  • Find the odd one out:

        (a) Mizoram (b) Sikkim (c) Kohima (d) Manipur.

  • Which one of these would be a meaningful order for following?

        (a) Book (b) Pulp (c) Timber (d) Jungle (e) Paper

  • Arrange as per dictionary arrangement. 
  1. Epitaxy (b) Episode (c) Epigene (d) Epitome (e) Epilogue

General Awareness:

  • Which of these districts is located on the ‘International border of India’?
  • The Ancient Tethys Sea’s deposits were folded to form __________.
  • Which is the largest irrigation canal in India?

English Language:

  • Mostly of the (a)/newly recruited officers (b)/have no experience (c) No error (d)
  • The resignation of (a)/one of our directors (b)/ have caused the price (c)/of shares to fall (d).
  • There are many (a)/ways of which (b)/inflation can (c)/ be measured (d)

We will update you with some more questions when we come across any. Share any of your comments below. We wish you good luck!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 16th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 16th January 2017 (Overall Slots)

SSC CHSL 10+2 exam is conducted every year for choosing candidates for the posts of

  • LDC (Lower Division Clerk)
  • DEO (Data Entry Operator)

The SSC CHSL Tier I exam conducted on 16th January 2017 was a smooth conduction across all the centres. Let us go through the SSC CHSL Tier I analysis held on 16th January 2017. 

The SSC CHSL examination 2017 will be conducted in the following dates:

  • 7/1/2017 to 9/1/2017 (2 slots)
  • 10/ 1/2017 to 8/2/2017 (3 slots)

The SSC CHSL exam analysis will give idea about:

  • Pattern changes and reforms
  • Topic weightage and marks distribution

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 16th January 2017 Overall Analysis: Summary

Look at the summary of SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis held on 16th January 2017:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

Moderate

21-23

English Language

Moderate

19-21

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

20-22

General Awareness

Moderate

17-18

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 16th January 2017 - Overall Analysis

The questions asked in SSC CHSL Tier I held on 16th January 2017 was Moderate. If you attend 77-80 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear cut- off marks.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 16th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)- Section- wise Analysis

Given below is the section- wise analysis of individual sections asked in SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 on 16th Jan 2017:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Safe Attempts: If you have attended 21-23 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Data Sufficiency

Moderate

4-5

Matrix

Moderate

1-2

Blood Relations

Moderate

1-2

Coding-Decoding

Easy-Moderate

3-4

Statement- Assumptions, Statement- Conclusion Statement-  Arguments, Statement- Courses of Action)

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Series (Number/ Alpha numeric)

Moderate

4-5

Puzzle Test

Moderate

4-5

Visual Reasoning Easy-moderate 3
Direction Sense Problems Moderate 2
Ordering and Ranking Moderate 2

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attended 20-22 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Geometry

Moderate

3-4

Arithmetic Section

Easy-Moderate

15-16

Trigonometry

Moderate

2-3

Volume and Surface Area

Moderate

3-4

Data Interpretation, Analysis

Moderate

2-3

English Language:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attended 19-21 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Easy-Moderate

3-5

Sentence Correction

Moderate

3-5

Direct Indirect and One Word Substitution

Moderate

5-7

Gap fillers

Moderate

3-5

Idioms and phrases

Moderate

2-3

Antonyms and Synonyms

Moderate

3-5

Para jumbles

Moderate

3-5

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attended 17-18 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History, Geography, Polity, Economics

Easy-Moderate

12

Static Affairs

Moderate

10

Current Affairs

Moderate

3

Stay tuned with us and we will be back with more job updates.  Feel free to share your comments/ queries if any in the comments section below. Wish you all the best!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I 2016 Exam Analysis: 15th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)

ssc-chsl-tier-i-2017-exam-analysis-15th-january-2017-overall-analysis

SSC CHSL Tier 1 2017 10+2 exam for LDC and DEO posts scheduled on 15th January 2017 has come to end. The SSC CHSL Tier I of 15th January 2017 was a great success all over. Let us now take through the complete analysis of the SSC CHSL Tier 1 examination held on 15th January 2017 overall analysis:

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 15th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)- Summary of Analysis

The SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 15th of January 2017 summary of analysis says:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

Easy

18-20

English Language

Moderate

19-22

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

18-21

General Awareness

Easy

20-22

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 15th January 2017- Overall Analysis

If we talk about the difficulty level of the exam, it was Moderate. If you have attended 72-78 number of questions, you can easily cross the boundary of cut- off marks.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 15th January 2017 (Overall Slots/ Overall Analysis)- Section- wise Analysis

Now, we will take through the section- wise analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 15th January 2017? This will get you an idea of what was asked from each section and of what marks:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy.

Good Attempts: If you have attended 18- 20 number of questions, you can easily cross the boundary of cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Odd one out

Easy

2-3

Number Series/Alphabet Series

Easy

2-3

Statements and Conclusions

Easy

1-2

Logic based Reasoning

Easy

3

Paper Folding

Easy

1-2

Matrix based

Moderate

1

Analogy

Easy

2

Classification Moderate 1-2
Distance and directions Easy 1
Miscellaneous Easy 5

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attended 18-21 number of questions, you can easily cross the boundary of cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

S.I, Profit/ Loss 

Moderate

1-2

Percentages and Averages Moderate 2

Mensuration

Moderate

2

Time and Work

Moderate

1-2

Time and Speed Easy 1

Algebra

Easy-Moderate

3-4

Geometry

Moderate

2

Coordinate Geometry

Easy

3

Trigonometry

Easy-Moderate

2-3

Data Interpretation

Moderate

3

English Language:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attended 19-22 number of questions, you can easily cross the boundary of cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spelling check/Correctio

Easy

1-2

Narration and Voice

Easy

3-4

Idioms and phrases

Easy

2-3

Antonyms and Synonyms

Easy

4-5

Cloze Test Moderate 5

Para jumbles

Moderate

2-3

Sentence correction

Moderate

2-3

General Awareness (with special reference to banking):

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy.

Good Attempts: If you have attended 20-22 number of questions, you can easily cross the boundary of cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

History

Easy

3-4

Biology

Easy

2-3

Politics

Moderate

3-4

Current Affairs

Easy

3-4

Technology/Computers Easy 2-3

Static GK

Easy

2-3

Geography

Easy

3-4

Physics

Moderate

2-3

Books and Authors Moderate 2-3

We wish you success in the exam. Do share any of your comments or questions in the comments section below as it will help us to improve. Best wishes from TopRankers!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less
Share

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 13th January 2017 (Overall Analysis)

ssc-chsl-13th-january-exam-analysis-2017

The 10+2 SSC CHSL examination conducts exam every year to shortlist candidates for the posts of “Lower Division Clerk (LDC)” and “Data Entry Operator (DEO)”. The SCC CHSL examination came in with a lot of unexpected twists. We, via this article, will provide you a complete analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I held on 13th January 2017. The SSC CHSL examination will be held in two different sessions: 7/1/2017 to 9/1/2017 (in 2 slots) and 10/ 1/2017 to 8/2/2017 (in 3 slots).

This analysis will give idea about certain things:

  • Pattern Reforms
  • Mark Distribution
  • Topics Weightage
  • Changes in Trends

SSC CHSL Tier-I Exam Mock Test Series - Attempt now!

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 13th January 2017 Overall Analysis: Summary

You can find below the summary of the exam analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis held on 13th January 2017 (Overall Analysis):

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence

Moderate

22-23

English Language

Moderate

19-20

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate to Difficult level

19-21

General Awareness

Moderate

17-18

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 13th January 2017 - Overall Analysis

When we talk of the difficulty level, questions asked in SSC CHSL Tier I of 13th January 2017 were of Moderate level. If you have made an attempt of 77-82 number of questions, this can maximize chances of clearing cut- off marks.

SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 Exam Analysis: 13th January 2017 - Section- wise Analysis

Let us now take you through the analysis of each section of SSC CHSL Tier I 2017 of 13th January 2017:

General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Safe Attempts: If you have made an attempt of 22-23 number of questions, this can maximize chances of clearing cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Puzzle Test

Moderate

4-5

Sitting Arrangement (Circular/Linear)

Moderate

4-5

Syllogism

Moderate

1-2

Data Sufficiency Problems

Moderate

3-4

Blood Relationship Problems

Moderate

1-2

Coding- Decoding

Moderate

3-4

Statement- Assumptions, Statement- Conclusion Statement- Arguments, Statement- Courses of Action)

Moderate

2-3

Visual Reasoning Moderate 3
Direction Sense Problems Moderate 2
Ordering and Ranking Moderate 2

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate to Difficult level.

Good Attempts: If you have made an attempt of 19-21 number of questions, this can maximize chances of clearing cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Arithmetic

Moderate-Difficult

10-12

Geometry

Moderaye

3-4

Volume and Surface Area

Moderate-Difficult

3-4

Trigonometry

Moderate-Difficult

2-3

Miscellaneous

Moderate

5

English Language:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have made an attempt of 19-20 number of questions, this can maximize chances of clearing cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Moderate

3-4

Spelling check, Correction

Moderate

3-5

Para jumbles

Moderate

3-5

Gap fillers

Moderate

5-6

Idioms and phrases

Moderate

2-3

Antonyms and Synonyms

Moderate

3-5

 English Miscellaneous

Moderate

5-7

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have made an attempt of 17-18 number of questions, this can maximize chances of clearing cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Subject Based (History, Geography, Polity, Economics)

Moderat

12

Static Affairs

Moderate

10

Current Affairs

Moderate

3-5

Stay tuned and we will bring you the latest job updates and notifications. If you have any queries/ comments or suggestion, please share with us in the comments section given below. Good luck!

TopRankers App for Banking and Govt. Exam Preparation

Read More
Read Less