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Sunday, 16 August 2015

SSC CGL 16th Aug 2015 Slot - I (Morning Shift) Tier 1 Paper Analysis/ cut off marks

SSC CGL 16th Aug 2015 Slot - I (Morning Shift) Tier 1 Paper Analysis/ cut off marks: SSC CGL Tier 1 Morning Shift/ Session Key with Paper Analysis: SSC CGL Tier 1 Morning Shift Paper analysis & SSC CGL Tier 1 Evening Shift Paper analysis in complete test form. SSC CGL Tier 1 Cut off Marks. 

Un-Official Key: 

Answer Keys:

Morning Slot 1:

Test Form : 3149329 or Test Form : 3149329
Evening Slot 2:

Staff Selection Commission (Combined Graduate Level) Tier I Examination 2015 - Morning Shift

The pattern of the Staff Selection Commission (Combined Graduate Level) Tier I Examination-2015 conducted on August 16, 2015 was similar to the one conducted last year though the difficulty level of the paper has decreased marginally. The morning slot (10:00 a.m. to 12 noon) had a single unique question paper with multiple sets. Overall, the paper was on the same pattern as last year.
The pattern of the test was as follows:
Section
Total Questions
Level of difficulty
Good Attempts
Good 
Score
Approximate time taken
(in Minutes)
General Intelligence and Reasoning
50
Easy-Moderate
34-37
30-32
35
General Awareness
50
Moderate-Difficult
20-24
15-18
20
Quantitative Aptitude
50
Easy
35-38
30-34
40
English Comprehension
50
Easy
35-38
32- 35
25
Total
200

125-132
105-112
120

Expected Tier I Cut-offs (Out of 200)
For All Posts

UR (General)
OBC
SC
ST
100-107
85-89
79-83
73-76

General Intelligence and Reasoning
In this section, questions were from an array of topics and most of them had an easy to moderate level of difficulty. As compared to last year, the Visual Reasoning questions were easier and the options could easily be negated to reach the correct answer. A student could have easily attempted approximately 35 questions in this section.
The details of the section are as given below-
Topic
Number of questions
Level of difficulty
Analogy
6
Moderate- difficult
Blood relation
1
Easy
Coding-decoding
6
Easy-Moderate
Cubes/dices
1
Easy
Directions
2
Easy
Matrix based
1
Easy
Meaningful order
2
Easy
Missing number
5
Moderate-difficult
Odd one out
6
Moderate-difficult
Series
4
Easy
Statement-conclusion
2
Easy
Venn diagram
3
Moderate
Visual Reasoning
8
Moderate
Word formation
3
Easy

General Awareness 
This section was moderately difficult. As usual, maximum questions were from Science section (19 in all), which were of high level of difficulty. Geography was quantitatively second in number, having 9 questions. History was third with 8 questions while Economics had 6 questions and Polity had 5 questions. There were 3 questions from Miscellaneous GK. Overall, the paper was on the same pattern as last year, but there were some tricky questions especially in Science and Geography section. A student could have easily attempted approximately 20 questions in this section.
The split -up of questions, section wise, is as follows:
Topic
Number of Questions
Level of Difficulty
History
8
Easy
Geography
9
Moderate-Difficult
Polity
5
Easy-Moderate
Economics
6
Easy-Moderate
Biology
9
Difficult
Chemistry
5
Difficult
Physics
1
Difficult
Computer
2
Moderate-Difficult
Ecology/Environment
2
Difficult
Miscellaneous GK
3
Easy

Quantitative Aptitude
The section comprised questions from a variety of topics. Unlike last year, this year’s section was dominated by Arithmetic and Geometry. There was one question of Time and Work, in which none of the options were correct. A student could have easily attempted approximately 35-38 questions in this section.
The details of the section are as given below-
Topic
Number of Questions
Level of Difficulty
Number System
2
Easy
Percentages
1
Easy
SI/CI
1
Easy
Profit, Loss and Discount
4
Easy
Ratio and Proportion
2
Easy
Averages
2
Easy
Work & Time, Pipes & Cisterns
3
Easy-Moderate
Time, Speed and Distance
3
Easy
Geometry/ Mensuration
12
Easy-Moderate
Coordinate Geometry
2
Easy
Trigonometry
6
Easy-Moderate
Algebra
5
Easy
Data Interpretation (Bar, Pie)
7
Easy-Moderate

English Comprehension
A majority of the questions in this section can be categorised under Vocabulary and Grammar. In Vocabulary, there were questions on Antonyms, Synonyms, One word Substitution, Sentence Correction, Spot the Error and Fill in the Blanks. In Grammar, there were questions on Sentence Correction, Spot the Error and Fill in the Blanks. There were 2 Reading Comprehension Passages with
5 questions each. A student could have easily attempted 35-38 questions in this section.
The details of the section are as given below-
Topic
Number of Questions
Level of Difficulty
Vocabulary
19
Easy
Idioms and Phrases
5
Easy
Grammar
14
Easy
Reading Comprehension
10
Easy-Moderate
Spellings
2
Easy

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