SSC CHSL Tier-I analysis held on 16th Jan 2017 for all shifts

In this article, you are given the systematic distribution of questions based on quantity and difficulty level with a lot of questions framed in the examination scheduled on 16th Jan 2017. for more details, go through the article.

Created On: Jan 17, 2017 18:00 IST
Modified On: Feb 8, 2017 12:45 IST

SSC has organized exams for its CHSL entry heading from 7th January 2017 to 8th February 2017. On this day, 10th exam in a row was conducted and we have observed various parameters about the question papers based on no. of questions, difficulty level and topics. We have found that the framing & pattern of questions was purely as previously exercised. Let’s take a look at few routine criteria.

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The examination timetable, exam pattern  & related details are as follows: -

Parts

Subject

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

No. of Shifts & Time

I

General Intelligence

25

50

7th January, 2017 to 9th January, 2017—There are two time slots.

 

10th January, 2017 to 8th February, 2017—There are three time slots, i.e. 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM; 1:15 PM to 2:30 PM; 4:15 PM to 5:30 PM.

 

II

English language

25

50

III

General Awareness

25

50

IV

Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

  • Overall difficulty level: - Easy- Moderate
  • Possible Good Attempts: - 76-84

Subject

Difficulty Level for Shift-1

Good Attempts for Shift-1

Difficulty level for Shift-2

Good Attempts for Shift-2

Difficulty level for Shift-3

Good Attempts for Shift-3

Reasoning

Easy

20-22

Easy

20-23

Easy-Moderate

18-21

General Awareness

Easy

20-23

Easy-Moderate

17-21

Easy-Moderate

19-22

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy- Moderate

19-21

Easy

20-23

Easy

21-23

English Language

Moderate

16-18

Easy-Moderate

18-21

Easy-Moderate

19-23

 Section wise questions distribution and level of difficulty: - (Morning Shift)

Subjects

Topics

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

 

 

 

 

 

Quantitative Aptitude

Data Interpretation

3

 Easy. Straight forward

Geometry

2

Easy  to Moderate

Coordinate Geometry

2

Easy to Moderate

Mensuration

2-3

Very Easy: Formula based- straight forward

Trigonometry

1-2

Easy to Moderate

Averages & percentages

2-3

Easy- straight forward

Profit & Losses

1-2

Moderate

Miscellaneous

8-12

Easy to Moderate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reasoning

Analogy

2-3

Easy to Moderate

Classification

2-3

Easy

Number/Alphabet Series

2

Quick & Easy

Blood Relations

2-3

Easy

Mirror/Water Image

1-2

Moderate

Pattern based picture diagram

1-2

Moderate

Matrix

1

Time consuming

Direction & Distance

1

Easy

Logic based Reasoning

2-3

An Easy- logical approach is required.

Verbal Reasoning

0-1

Moderate

Miscellaneous

5-7

Easy to Moderate

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

Cloze test

5

Easy to Moderate

Synonyms & Antonyms

5

Moderate

Parajumbles

2-3

Easy

Phrase & idioms

3-4

Moderate

Narration

1-2

Moderate

Active & Passive Voice

1-2

Moderate

Error spotting/ Sentence Correction

2

Easy to Moderate

Spellings

1-2

Easy

 

 

 

General Awareness

History

2-3

Easy

Geography

2-3

Easy

General Science

4-5

Moderate

Art & Culture

1-2

Moderate

Economics & Finance

2-3

Moderate

Civics & polity

2-3

Moderate

Current Affairs

2-3

Easy- Moderate

Abbreviations

1

Easy

Miscellaneous

2-3

Easy-Moderate

 Section wise questions distribution and level of difficulty: - (Afternoon Shift)

Subjects

Topics

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

 

 

 

 

 

Quantitative Aptitude

Data Interpretation

3

Easy – simple calculation

Coordinate Geometry

2

Moderate

Mensuration

2-3

Very Easy: Formula based

Trigonometry

1-2

Easy to Moderate

Averages & Percentages

2-3

Easy

Profit & Losses

1-2

Moderate

Geometry

2

Easy-Moderate

Miscellaneous

8-12

Easy-Moderate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reasoning

Analogy

2-3

Easy- Moderate

Classification

2-3

Easy

Number/Alphabet Series

2

Quick and simple

Blood Relations

2-3

Easy

Mirror/Water Image

1-2

Moderate

Matrix

1

Time consuming-based on simple concept

Direction & Distance

1

Easy

Logic based reasoning

2-3

Easy to medium: logical concept is required

Verbal reasoning,  including statements-conclusions & assumptions/cause-effect

0-1

Moderate

Miscellaneous

5-7

Easy to Moderate

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

Cloze test

5

Easy to Moderate

Synonyms & Antonyms

5

Moderate

One word Substitution

2-3

Moderate- tough

Phrase & idioms

3-4

Moderate

Narration

1-2

Medium

Active/Passive Voice

1-2

Moderate

Error spotting/ Sentence Correction

2

Easy to Moderate

Spellings

1-2

Easy

 

 

 

 

General Awareness

History

2-3

Easy

Geography

2-3

Easy

General Science

4-5

Moderate

Art & Culture

1-2

Moderate

Economics & Finance

2-3

Moderate

Civics & polity

2-3

Moderate

Current Affairs

2-3

Easy- Moderate

Abbreviations

1

Easy

Miscellaneous

2-6

Easy-Moderate

 Section wise questions distribution and level of difficulty: - (Evening Shift)

Subjects

Topics

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

 

 

 

 

 

Quantitative Aptitude

Data Interpretation

3

Easy – simple calculation

Coordinate Geometry

2

Moderate

Mensuration

2-3

Very Easy: Formula based

Trigonometry

1-2

Easy to Moderate

Averages & Percentages

2-3

Easy

Profit & Losses

1-2

Moderate

Geometry

2

Easy-Moderate

Miscellaneous

8-12

Easy-Moderate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reasoning

Analogy

2-3

Easy- Moderate

Classification

2-3

Easy

Number/Alphabet Series

2

Quick and tricky

Blood Relations

2-3

Easy

Mirror/Water Image

1-2

Moderate

Matrix

1

Time consuming-based on the simple concept

Direction & Distance

1

Easy

Logic based reasoning

2-3

Easy to medium: logical concept is required

Verbal reasoning,  including statements-conclusions & assumptions/cause-effect

0-1

Moderate

Miscellaneous

5-7

Easy to Moderate

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

Cloze test

5

Easy to Moderate

Synonyms & Antonyms

5

Moderate

One word Substitution

2-3

Moderate- tough

Phrase & idioms

3-4

Moderate

Narration

1-2

Medium

Active/Passive Voice

1-2

Moderate

Error spotting/ Sentence Correction

2

Easy to Moderate

Spellings

1-2

Easy

 

 

 

 

General Awareness

History

2-3

Easy

Geography

2-3

Easy

General Science

4-5

Moderate

Art & Culture

1-2

Moderate

Economics & Finance

2-3

Moderate

Civics & polity

2-3

Moderate

Current Affairs

2-3

Easy- Moderate

Abbreviations

1

Easy

Miscellaneous

2-6

Easy-Moderate

SSC CHSL Questions: - Quantitative Aptitude

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

SSC CHSL Questions: - General Awareness

  • Which of the following districts is on the international border of India?
  • The deposits of the ancient Tethys Sea were folded to form?
  • The largest irrigation canal in India is called?

SSC CHSL Questions: - General Intelligence

  • Find the odd one out from the given alternatives.

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

  • Which one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following?

          1. Book 2. Pulp 3. Timber  4. Jungle 5. Paper

  • Arrange the following words, according to dictionary arrangement.

          1. Epitaxy 2. Episode 3. Epigene 4. Epitome 5. Epilogue

SSC CHSL Questions: - 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)

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