New Delhi: The candidates who had applied for the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) CGL Recruitment Examination from 29 December 2020 to 31 January 2021 last year. SSC Combined Graduate Level exam admit card will release in the second or third week of May. Its Tier-I examination is scheduled to be held from May 29 to June 7. In such a situation, the youth who is preparing for this exam, have only one month’s time.
Due to the second wave of corona virus across whole country, students are already facing many problems. In such a time, candidates will have to focus on improving their preparation rather than questioning when or how the examination will be conducted.
This is the syllabus of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam
SSC CGL Tier 1 exam is a multiple choice examination in which 100 questions of 200 marks are asked. For this, you are given 1 hour. It consists of four sections in which questions are asked from General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English subjects. 25-25 questions are asked from each subject.
The exam syllabus:
1st-General Intelligence and Reasoning-
This enables Symbolic, Number Analogy, Semantic Classification, Figure Classification, Semantic Series, Number Series, Figure Series, Problem Solving, Word Building, Coding, Decoding, Special Visualization, Venn Diagram, Drawing Interface, Indexing, Address Matching, Date & City Matching, Questions related to classification of center codes, role numbers, critical thinking, emotional intelligence, social intelligence are asked.
CBSE’s 10 + 2 level History, Geography, Polity, Economy, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, General Knowledge, Current Affairs are asked.
It includes number system, percentage, ratio and proportion, square root, average, interest, profit and loss, discount, mixture, time and distance, time and work, basic algebric identities, linear equation, triangle, circle, polygon, sphere, hemi-sphere. There are questions related to sphere, complementary angle, height and distance, data analysis.
In this, questions related to synonyms, antonyms, one word substitution, grammar skills, spelling error, comprehension, passage.