Here is the detailed SSC CGL Shift 1 Exam Analysis for Tier 2. Go through the detailed SSC CGL exam review, difficulty level, number of questions appeared from each section and number of good attempts.
1. What is the antonym of Sympathy?
2. What is the one-word substitution for fear of height?
3. In ΔABC, AD is angle bisector of A. If AB = 18, BC = 10, AC = 12, then find the value of BD = ?
Since, BD:DC = AB:AC
then, BD= 10 (3:2)
BD= 6
4. The base of a pyramid is an eq. Δ. If the volume of the pyramid is 45√3 and side of D side 6 then what is the height of the pyramid?
The SSC CGL Tier 2 exam is conducted for four days in two shifts each day. The Shift 1 (morning shift) is scheduled from 10 AM to 12 noon.
Here is the SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam Analysis for shift 1 from all four days.
If you aren't sure about which shift you have your exam and at what time it will be held, go through the detailed SSC CGL Shift Timings for Tier 2 Exam and be ready for the exam.
Candidates can check out the SSC CGL Exam Analysis for a compiled analysis of the question paper.
SSC is conducting the English language in the afternoon session i.e., from 3 PM - 5 PM, hence, candidates can go through the SSC CGL Shift 2 Analysis to the difficulty level of the paper.
We will be updating the information in regards to the feedback received by candidates after completion of the exam.
To help your preparation, we have provided overall SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 Exam Analysis below. Go through the analysis and know the difficulty level of shift 1 exam.
SSC CGL Overall Shift 1 Exam Analysis (Tier 2)
We will be providing the overall shift 1 exam analysis for SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam that will be conducted on September 11, 2019.
Fundamental principles and basic concept of Accounting.
Comptroller & Auditor General of India- Constitutional provisions, Role, and responsibility
Finance Commission-Role and functions
Basic Concept of Economics and introduction to Micro Economics
Theory of Demand and Supply
Theory of Production and cost
Forms of Market and price determination in different markets
Indian Economy
Economic Reforms in India
Money and Banking
Role of Information Technology in Governance
On September 13, The Maths paper on September 13th was quite easier to moderate level of difficulty.
Candidates were able to attempt all the questions.
Maximum questions were from Advanced Maths.
Most of the questions were repeated from the previous year and previous day shifts
The paper was calculative and lengthy which consumed a lot of time.
On September 12, 2019, Geometry was tough, Arithmetic was calculative.
Overall the paper was easy. Students were able to attempt all the questions.
On September 11, 2019, according to the reviews and feedbacks received by students, the quant paper was quite lengthy and the English paper was easier.
Questions from Advanced Mathematics were easy.
In Arithmetic part, most of the questions were calculative.
Trigonometry was tough as per the reviews by students
Most of the students said Geometry was easy but there were more questions
15-20 questions were single liner and easy to solve.
Go through analysis and know the difficulty level of the paper, the number of good attempts, and which questions are asked from each topic.
Questions Asked for Paper IV
What is the revenue deficit percent in Indian GDP?
What is the physical deficit percent in Indian GDP?
According to the Economic survey, the estimated GDP rate of 2019-20?
Who takes care of the monetary policy of India?
Who is the responsible person for the foreign exchange management act?
Who is the chairman of related to poverty committee of the planning commission in 2005?
What is the reason for the downward slope of Production possibility curve?
Questions related to the Indifference curve
2-3 questions, 1 numerical from Evolution of Inventory?
In which 5-year plan, women treated as a working agent?
One question asked from the merger of three bank
One question asked from Demand & Supply
2 questions related to partnership
Article in which CAG submit the report to president?
Finance Commission comes under which article?
By which section of Audit act 1971 provide the grant to small organizations?
By which method is the economic growth of a company determined?
One question related to MoU Govt. of India and Australian govt.
In which Indian city, the first metro was started?
SSC CGL Shift 1 Analysis for AAO- September 14, 2019
Here are the table below that shows the difficulty level of the paper, number questions, and how many questions appear from each topic in Shift 1 of Tier 2 Exam.
Section
No. of Questions/Marks
No. of Good Attempts
Difficulty Level
AAO
200/200
140-150
Easy-Moderate
Statistics
100/200
70-75
Easy-Moderate
SSC CGL Shift 1 Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude- September 13, 2019
Here are the table below that shows the difficulty level of the paper, number questions, and how many questions appear from each topic in Shift 1 of Tier 2 Exam.
The Maths paper on September 13th was quite easier to moderate level of difficulty.
Candidates were able to attempt all the questions.
Maximum questions were from Advanced Maths.
Most of the questions were repeated from the previous year and previous day shifts
The paper was calculative and lengthy which consumed a lot of time.
Section
Shift Timings
No. of Questions/Marks
No. of Good Attempts
Difficulty Level
Quantitative Aptitude
10 AM - 12 PM
100/200
68-75
Easy to Moderate
English Language
3 PM - 5 PM
200/200
170-180
Easy to Moderate
Total
300/400
143- 255
Easy to Moderate
Topic-Wise No. of Questions & Difficulty Level of Quantitative Aptitude Section
Go through the below table to know how many questions appeared from each topic and what was the difficulty level of each topic.
Topic
No. of Questions
Difficulty Level
Number System/HCF/LCM
5-6
Easy
Percentage
2
Easy to Moderate
Average
4-5
Easy
Time & Work, Pipe & Cistern
5-6
Moderate
Profit & Loss, Discount
6-7
Easy
Mixture & Alligation
2
Moderate
Time, Speed, & Distance, Boat & Stream, Trains
4-5
Easy to Moderate
Compound & Simple Interest
2
Easy
Geometry
10
Easy
Mensuration
12
Moderate
Trigonometry
10-12
Moderate
Data Interpretation (DI)
10
Moderate
Algebra
8
Easy to Moderate
Partnership
1
Easy
Simplification
3
Easy
Coordinate Geometry
3
Moderate
Miscellaneous
2-3
Easy to Moderate
Total
100
Easy to Moderate
Quantitative Aptitude Questions
We will be updating the questions asked in shift 1 Quant exam here
DI [Pie chart, Histogram & Bar Graph]
The radius of Height & radius of the cone was given and CSA was given. Then find the volume of the cone?
1 bar graph (production-demand)
A number was given with 2 digits(x and y) missing, if digit number is divisible by 72. Then find the possible value of X & Y.
In a hollow hemisphere, inner radius & thickness was given, then find its TSA?
In a triangle PQR, S is the incentre and value of angle PSR=125 degree then find angle P?
Cylinder radius increased by 12%. Find the % decrease in height.
If a sum is divided into A & B. Ratio of A & B = 2:3, B & C = 1:2, C & D = 3:4. If B gets 648 more than A, then find the value of sum?
A, B & C invest in a business, investment of thrice of A is equal to double of B equal to four times of C. If C gets 4863 profit, then find the profit of A?
If the exterior angle of a polygon 51(5/7) degree, find the difference between no. of diagonals to the no. of sides?
In a triangle ABC, lind DE is parallel to BC, Point D & E are on side AB & AC resp. If AD*AC = AE*AB & angle ACB+30 degree= ADE & ABC=78 degree. Find angle A?
If A sold an article at 32% profit and after giving a discount of 12%. then find the ratio of CP: MP?
35% of article is sold at 65% profit and remaining are sold x% loss. if overall he gets 12% loss then find the value of X?
The value of A is 10% more than B, the value of B is 20% more than C, value of D is 32% more than C. If the difference between A & C is 272 then find the value of D?
In a triangle ABD, C is the midpoint of BD and if AB=10, AD=12, AC=9, find the value of BD?
SecA + tanA = P, find the value of cosecA + 1/(cosecA-1)?
5x+2y : 10x+3y = 5 : 9 , then find the value of (2x^2 + 3y^2) : (4x^2 + 9y^2) =?
x+y=3 & 2x+5y=12, the find the area enclosed by these 2 lines with x-axis?
In a triangle, ABC, BE perpendicular on AC and CD perpendicular on AB and cuts each other at point O. If angle bisector of angle OBC & angle OCB makes angle 148 degrees. Find the value of angle A?
SSC CGL Shift 1 Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude- September 12, 2019
Here is the table below that shows the difficulty level of the paper, number questions, and how many questions appear from each topic in Shift 1 of Tier 2 Exam.
Geometry was tough, Arithmetic was calculative.
Overall the paper was easy. Students were able to attempt all the questions.
All the questions were directly asked.
Paper was lengthy which consumed more time.
Section
Shift Timings
No. of Questions/Marks
No. of Good Attempts
Difficulty Level
Quantitative Aptitude
10 AM- 12 PM
100/200
75-80
Easy to Moderate
English Language
3 PM - 5 PM
200/200
180-190
Easy to Moderate
Total
300/400
250-270
Easy to Moderate
Topic-Wise No. of Questions & Difficulty Level of Quantitative Aptitude Section
Go through the below table to know how many questions appeared from each topic and what was the difficulty level of each topic.
Topic
No. of Questions
Difficulty Level
Number System/HCF/LCM
6-7
Easy
Percentage
2
Easy
Average
3-4
Easy to Moderate
Time & Work, Pipe & Cistern
5-6
Moderate
Profit & Loss, Discount
7-8
Easy
Mixture & Alligation
2
Moderate
Time, Speed, & Distance, Boat & Stream, Trains
3-4
Moderate
Compound & Simple Interest
2
Easy
Geometry
10
Easy
Mensuration
10-12
Moderate
Trigonometry
10
Moderate
Data Interpretation (DI)
10
Moderate
Algebra
6-8
Easy to Moderate
Partnership
1
Easy
Simplification
3
Easy
Coordinate Geometry
3
Moderate
Miscellaneous
2-3
Easy to Moderate
Total
100
Easy to Moderate
Quantitative Aptitude Questions
We will be updating the questions asked in shift 1 Quant exam here.
2 DI was asked [Bar Graph & Pie Chart]
11 digit number was given with 2 digits missing, then find the possible value of X & Y, if 11 digit number is divisible by 72.
If a circle is inscribed in a triangle, and then a-b= , b-c= & a+b+c= 32, Then find the value of 1 side of triangle.
One question from Apollonius theorem.
A trapezium ABCD, AB & CD was parallel side, If AB=12 & CD=7.2, then find the distance between 2 midpoints of diagonals?
There are 2 trains started from 2 stations X & Y toward each other after crossing each other, they reached their destination in x & y hours. If the speed of the first train is given. then find the ratio of the speed of trains.
In a triangle ABC, if AB= 6, BC= 9 & AC= 8, then find the lenth if the median AD?
In a triangle ABC, AD was median, the ratio of AD: AC= 6:7, BC=10 cm, Then find the length of BD?
The angle of depression from the tower are 60 degrees & 30 degrees and the distance between 2 points is 400 √3 meter, find the height of the tower?
Interior angle of the polygon (128)2/7 degree, find the sum of the number of sides of polygon & diagonal of the polygon?
What is the 1000th digit of the number which when divided 12, 18, 20_ _, the remainder is 4, but when divided by 7 then remainder is 0.
312500 what is the CI on 312550 at the rate of 12% per annum for 2 years compounded 2 months annually.
If the radius is increased by 2x, height is reduced by 1/2. find the change in volume of the cylinder
Find the value of 1-tan^2 A / 1-cot^2 A =?
Area and height of a cylinder are given then find the volume of the cylinder?
If a right triangle is given, & 3 sides were given then find the circumradius of the triangle?
A = 30 Days , B = 40 Days, C = 60 Days , A+B+C = x (given) , then find how much work was done by c alone?
2(1/3) * 5(1/2) Simplify?
More questions were asked from CI
3-4 questions were asked from the discount.
1 question based on incenter
1 question on orthocentre
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SSC CGL Shift 1 Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude- September 11, 2019
Here are the table below that shows the difficulty level of the paper, number questions, and how many questions appear from each topic in Shift 1 of Tier 2 Exam.
Section
Shift Timings
No. of Questions/Marks
No. of Good Attempts
Difficulty Level
Quantitative Aptitude
10 AM- 12 PM
100/200
170-175
Easy to Moderate
English Language
3 PM - 5 PM
200/200
160-170
Easy to Moderate
Total
300/400
330-345
Easy to Moderate
Topic-Wise No. of Questions & Difficulty Level of Quantitative Aptitude Section
Go through the below table to know how many questions appeared from each topic and what was the difficulty level of each topic.
4. A certain sum of money becomes 2.56 times itself in 2 years. Then find the rate of interest if compounded annually.
5. The average of 57 numbers is 749. If each number is multiplied by 0.3 and added to 7.3, the average of the next set of number is
6. A train moves at a constant speed of 160 km/hr for 5 kilometers and 64 km/hr for the next 8 kilometers. What is the average speed of the train?
7. If the average of three two-digit number is 33 and the average of the number obtained by reversing the order of the digits is 11 more than the average of the numbers, what is the sum of all the digits of numbers?
No. of Questions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam
Here we will be showing the number of questions asked from each topic in both the shifts. Check out the below tables to know the topic wise number of questions from Quant and English Section.
Quantitative Aptitude
Here is the table that shows the expected number of questions from each topic as per the exam pattern and also previous year number of questions.
Topic
Expected Pattern
2012
2013
2014
2015
2019
Geometry
15
15
15
17
18
20
Mensuration
10
13
13
10
13
7
Trigonometry
10
10
7
10
8
8-10
Data Interpretation
5
5
4
5
5
3
Algebra
7
4
8
8
6
8-9
Number Systems
5
8
7
8
4
8
Simplification
3
3
4
3
6
4
Averages
5
6
5
6
6
6
Ratio & Proportion
5
5
6
1
4
5
Mixture & Allegation
3
1
0
2
1
0
Time & Work
6
6
6
6
7
6
Time, Speed, & Distance
6
4
5
6
4
7
Profit & Loss
11
11
11
11
13
8-10
Compound & Simple Interest
5
4
4
5
4
3
Percentage
3
4
3
2
1
5-7
Number Series
1
1
1
0
0
1
Total
100
100
100
100
100
100
English Language
Check out the below table to know the number of questions from each topic under the English Language. We have also provided the previous year data regarding the number of questions. We will update the questions appeared in this year SSC CGL Tier 2 English Paper here.
SSC CGL 2018 has been conducted successfully for Shift 1 on June 11, 2019. The exam followed a similar pattern with no change in the predicted question pattern.
There were 100 questions in the exam with negative marking of 0.5 marks for every incorrect answer.
The sections in the exam followed a specific order: Reasoning > GK > Quant/Maths > English
Maths section was of Moderate Level Difficulty. They had to spend most of their time in this section since it was a bit calculative. Questions in this section were not based on direct formulae.
English was an easy section of this examination. Candidates who have practiced Vocab and Comprehension could crack this section.
The reasoning was easy for most students.
GK was relatively easy in this shift. Candidates could attempt most of the questions, however, current affairs continue to dominate this section.
The overall good attempts for this shift 77-83.
Given below is the section-wise exam analysis for SSC CGL Tier 1 2018:
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
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