SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2019

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2019 | Check All Days & All Shifts Analysis Here

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2019
SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2019

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) from June 4 to June 13, 2019. Around 25.87 lakh candidates appeared for the SSC CGL Exam 2019 this year. Candidates who appeared for the exam can know the detailed SSC CGL Exam Analysis here. Even candidates who will be appearing for the exam in the future can also refer to the analysis to get an idea about various types of questions. Go through the blog to know more in detail.

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2019

Here is the table below comprising of SSC CGL Exam Analysis. Check which were SSC CGL question asked in the SSC CGL exam.

SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE) 2018-19 Subject-wise Exam Analysis

Exam Date

Quantitative Aptitude

General Intelligence & Reasoning

General Awareness

English Language & Comprehension

Day 1:

4th June 2019

(Easy to Moderate)

Many questions were tricky and might take a lot of time to get solved. Candidates are advised not to spend more than 1 minute on any question

Questions are mainly brain teasers and puzzles and can be solved quickly. This can be the highest scoring sections for the candidates.

Many questions were from previous year papers and Current affairs questions were from sports, the cost of living survey, awards, etc. Candidates are advised to practice previous year papers for scoring high marks in GK questions

The difficulty level is not very high in this section. Synonyms, Antonyms and cloze test questions can be attempted easily.

Day 2:

6th June 2019

(Easy to Moderate)

Formula-based questions are coming in the exam and some of them are exactly based on the previous year questions format. Candidates are advised to practice previous year papers for scoring high marks in Quant Section.

Questions can be solved with ease without using any formula. Candidates are advised to attempt maximum questions in this section to score high marks

Candidates are advised to practice previous year papers for scoring high marks in the GK section as questions asked previously are coming in the exam. Last 4 to 6 months current affairs questions were asked.

Basic understanding of English Grammar and Vocabulary can help in scoring high marks in this section

Day 3:

7th June 2019

(Easy to Moderate)

The difficulty level of the questions ranged from easy to moderate. Try to attempt all the easy questions first to achieve accuracy and high score.

Puzzles and series questions are quite easy and are taking less time in solving. Some questions were tricky like coding-decoding. Do not get stuck in these questions and attempt the rest of the questions with ease.

Practice previous year paper for GK Section as the questions are being taken from past year SSC CGL Exam. Current Affairs questions are from sports, Important Days & Theme, and Recent Appointments

Synonyms, Antonyms, Spelling Test and Cloze Test questions are quite easy to attempt. Use the rule of elimination for the words which are tough to understand. Avoid making guesswork.

Day 4:

10th June 2019

(Easy to Moderate)

A lot of Easy questions are coming from topics Average, Percentage, Ration & proportion. Difficult ones are Trigonometry, Mensuration & Geometry. Candidates need to attempt all the easy questions first to score high marks This is one of the highest scoring section of the exam as lots of easy questions are coming in this section. Candidates are advised to solve quickly reasoning questions but with accuracy to score high marks. Past 4 to 6 months of current affairs are being covered. Candidates are advised to brush up sports, history, Indian constitution, Awards topic properly. Questions are easy as you need to have an understanding of basic English grammar and vocabulary.

SSC CGL Exam Analysis: Important Topics

Here are the Important topics that appeared in the SSC CGL exam 2019. Go through the table to know about the SSC CGL exam analysis.

SSC CGL Tier-I 2018-19 Online Exam Analysis held on 10th, 7th, 6th June and 4th June 2019 (All Shifts)

Category

(Number of Questions/Marks)

Topics

Difficulty Level

(Good Attempts)

Quantitative Aptitude

(25/50)

Number Systems, Computation of Whole Numbers, Decimals and Fractions and the relationship between Numbers, Fundamental arithmetical operations, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Mensuration, Geometry, Trigonometry, Time and Distance, Ratio and Time, Time and Work, etc.

Easy to Moderate

(20 to 22)

English Language

(25/50)

Spot the Error, Fill in the Blanks, Synonyms/ Antonyms, Mis-spelt words, Idioms & Phrases, One Word Substitution, Improvement of Sentences, Active/Passive Voice, Direct/Indirect Speech, Sentence Rearrangement, Cloze Test

Easy to Moderate

(18 to 20)

General Intelligence and Reasoning

(25/50)

Analogies, Classification, Analogy, Coding-Decoding, Puzzle, Matrix, Word Formation, Venn Diagram, Direction and Distance, Blood Relations, Series, Non-Verbal Reasoning (Paper-folding, Mirror Image)

Easy to Moderate

(20 to 22)

General Awareness

(25/50)

Sports, History, Culture, Geography, Economic scene, General Polity, Awards, Indian Constitution, Recent Appointments and Scientific research, etc.

Easy to Moderate

(18 to 20)

Total = 100 Objective MCQs

Easy to Moderate

(75 to 85)

Thus, candidates can go through this SSC CGL exam analysis and know what type of questions can appear in the exam. Check out the latest SSC CGL Books for preparation.

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