SSC CGL Exam Analysis: SSC CGL 2018 has been scheduled for June 04- June 13, 2019. The exam is being conducted in 3 different shifts in online mode.

  • SSC CGL 2018 will now be conducted for candidates who applied for the exam during the application process for last year.
  • The exam had been postponed due to the question paper scam in 2017.
  • SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam includes four sections- English, GK, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude.
  • SSC CGL Exam Analysis gives students an overview of the questions asked and the difficulty level of the exam.
  • Depending on the SSC CGL Answer Key, candidates can estimate the number of questions answered correctly or incorrectly.
  • The exam follows a specific pattern, as mentioned in the notification.
  • Candidates have to manage time and solve the maximum possible number of questions in 60 minutes.
  • The difficulty level of the exam, the number of applicants appearing for the exam and various other factors, help to finalize the SSC CGL Cut off 2018.

Get all the updates about the SSC CGL Exam Analysis for each shift in this article below.

SSC CGL Shift 1 Exam Analysis (June 07, 2019) SSC CGL Shift 2 Exam Analysis (June 07, 2019) SSC CGL Shift 3 Exam Analysis  (June 07, 2019)
SSC CGL Shift 1 Exam Analysis (June 10, 2019) SSC CGL Shift 2 Exam Analysis (June 10, 2019)  SSC CGL Shift 3 Exam Analysis (June 10, 2019)
SSC CGL Shift 1 Exam Analysis (June 11, 2019)    

 

SSC CGL Exam Analysis Tier 1 June 11 2019 (All Shifts)

The First Shift for the SSC CGL examination has been concluded on June 11 2019. Check all Shift Analysis for June 11 2019.

SSC CGL Exam Analysis Shift 1 Tier 1 June 11 2019 

Section Subject No of Questions Good Attempts
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 21-23
2 General Awareness 25 20-22
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 19-20
4 English Comprehension 25 20-21
Total 100 77-83

SSC CGL Paper Analysis Tier 1 June 10 2019 (All Shifts)

All 3 shifts for June 10 examination have been successfully concluded. 

  • The paper was a bit difficult in comparison to the previous days. 
  • The Average good attempts were around 68-72.
  • G.K Section has seen a slight shift in Question Pattern.
  • All candidates appearing for the examination on subsequent days should read about India's neighbouring countries & their Government/Legislature & current affairs. 

Following is the analysis for Shift 1,2 & 3. The Detailed Exam Analysis will help in understanding the difficulty level and the kind of questions being asked in the examination- 

SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Shift 1 (June 10, 2019)

The following table will give you an idea about the Good Attempts in SSC CGL Exam Shift 1 June 10, 2019. Also, check Detailed SSC CGL Exam Analysis Shift 1 for June 10th 2019.

Section Subject No of Questions Good Attempts
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 21-23
2 General Awareness 25 15-17
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 15-17
4 English Comprehension 25 20-21
Total 100 71-77

SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Shift 2 (June 10, 2019)

The following table shows the section wise Good Attempts for the second shift. Also check the Detailed SSC CGL Exam Analysis of Shift 2 June 10, 2019

Section Subject No of Questions Good Attempts
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 21-23
2 General Awareness 25 12-15
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 15-17
4 English Comprehension 25 20-21
Total 100 70-75

SSC CGL Exam Analysis Shift 3 Tier 1 (June 10, 2019)

  • This Shift had a difficulty level of "Medium to Tough" 
  • The GK section was difficult and had unexpected questions from International Governments/Awards/Legislation.

Given below is the section-wise exam analysis for SSC CGL 2018:

Section Subject No of Questions Good Attempts
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 21-23
2 General Awareness 25 10-12
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 15-17
4 English Comprehension 25 20-21
Total 100 65-70

Read the complete SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Shift 3 to know more about the Questions asked and their difficulty level.

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2018 Tier 1 (All Shifts) | June 04, 2019

SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Tier 1 on the first day basically concludes that SSC CGL maintains its difficulty level and also the pattern as per the last conducted year.

Student's review about SSC CGL 2018 was expectedly similar. Everyone reviews the exam to be of moderate difficulty.

  • Overall good attempts for the exam are 69-76 questions.
  • English was easy in the exam with no passage in the first shift while the other two shifts included the passage.
  • Quant/Maths section was not much difficult however, it was the most time-consuming. The questions required calculations.
  • The reasoning was also amongst the easy sections of the exam with most questions from the previous year question papers for SSC CGL
  • GK was more tricky as compared to the expectations. It was tough as mentioned by students. Questions from Current Affairs before 2019 were asked.

Read below the details of SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Tier 1 (All Shifts) on June 04, 2019:

SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Shift 1 (June 04, 2019)

SSC CGL 2018 Shift 1 was moderate to difficult. Given below is the detailed SSC CGL Shift 1 Exam Analysis:

Subject No of Questions Good Attempts
General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 21-23
General Awareness 25 16-18
Quantitative Aptitude 25 17-19
English Comprehension 25 18-20
Total 100 72-79

 

SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Shift 2 (June 04, 2019)

This shift of SSC CGL 2018 was yet again a moderate to difficult shift with questions quite repetitive from the previous shift. Check below the detailed SSC CGL Shift 2 Exam Analysis:

Subject No of Questions Good Attempts
General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 19-22
General Awareness 25 17-18
Quantitative Aptitude 25 16-17
English Comprehension 25 17-20
Total 100 69-76

SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Shift 3 (June 04, 2019) 

Shift 3 was the last shift conducted on June 04, 2019. Maintaining the moderate difficulty level, this shift also ended with the same review. Given below is the student review on SSC CGL Shift 3 Exam Analysis:

Subject No of Questions Good Attempts
General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 19-22
General Awareness 25 17-18
Quantitative Aptitude 25 16-17
English Comprehension 25 17-20
Total 100 69-76

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2018- Questions and Answers

Given below are the students’ queries related to exam analysis for SSC CGL 2018:

Ques. How many questions are asked in SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam?

Ans. There are 100 objective type questions asked in SSC CGL Tier 1. The exam has questions divided into different sections. They are distributed in specific sections according to the following exam pattern:

  • General Awareness- 25 questions
  • General Intelligence and Reasoning- 25 questions
  • Quantitative Aptitude- 25 questions
  • English- 25 questions

Ques. What is SSC CGL Exam?

Ans. SSC CGL exam is a recruitment exam to various posts in the Staff Selection Commission. The total vacancies for SSC CGL 2018 are approximately 8089. Every year lakhs of candidates appear for this exam to secure a govt. job.

Given below are the top 5 SSC CGL Preferred posts or SSC CGL Best Post:

SSC CGL Best Post for Males (Top 5)
Assistant Audit Officer Assistant Accounts Officer
Inspector (Examiner) (CBEC) Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)
Assistant in Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) -
SSC CGL Best Posts for Females (Top 5)
Tax Assistant (CBEC) Tax Assistant (CBDT)
Assistant Audit Officer Auditor (C&AG)
Assistant Accounts Officer -

Ques. What is a good score in SSC CGL?

Ans. The best or good score for SSC CGL 2018 will be defined better after the SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2018.

The minimum qualifying marks for every post varies as per the SSC CGL Cut off for that post. Candidates with a score of 160+ in SSC CGL 2018 shall get the desired post and will qualify for the exam.

Candidates need to attempt at least 22 questions from each section to attain this score. However, you can get tips on How to score 160+ in SSC CGL 2018 from experts at Toprankers.

Ques. What was the difficulty level of SSC CGL 2017 Tier 1 exam? What is the overall SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2017?

Ans. SSC CGL exam had been conducted successfully in 2017, however, it was postponed for 2018. As per the SSC CGL Exam Analysis, the exam was moderately difficult.

  • The most difficult section in the exam was Quant/ Maths
  • The overall difficulty level was moderate
  • Students were able to manage time with a common strategy of avoiding lengthy questions and solving the direct solution based questions in lesser time.

Given below is the detailed SSC CGL Exam Analysis for Tier 1:

Section Difficulty Level Good Attempts
General Intelligence & Reasoning Section Easy 20-23
General Knowledge Section Easy 16-20
Quantitative Aptitude Section Difficult 16-19
English Comprehension Section Moderate 17-20
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