SSC CGL Tier 1 2017 5th August, 2017 Slot 1 Morning Shift Analysis

5th August SSC CGL 2017 chapters and questions asked on day 1, slot 1 in SSC CGL Tier 1 2017 exam. 1st day analysis of SSC CGL Tier 1, 2017 – Testzone.Smartkeeda.Com

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Dear SSC CGL 2017 aspirants!

Now, when the first Test of SSC CGL Tier 1 2017 is over, you might be worndering questions of which topics came and those of which didn’t.

Overall, the level of the first slot of the first day of SSC CGL 2017 Tier-1 Exam was ‘Moderate with slight surprises in the Reasoning and the English Language section.

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SSC CGL Tier 1 Slot 1 Level of questions and good attempts

Section

Level

Good Attempts

General Intelligence (Reasoning)

Easy

21-22

Quantitative Aptitude (Maths)

Moderate

18-20

English Language

Moderate

17-18

General Awareness

Easy

21-22

Overall

Easy

72-76

General Intelligence

In SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam 2017 the questions of General Intelligence (Reasoning) were almost a cake walk. The maximum number of questions were from Series, Classification and Analogy. However, the number series question was a real tough one but one should always skip such questions because there are others which you can attempt correctly and still score more than 44 marks easily in the Reasoning Aptitude section of SSC CGL Tier 1, 2017 exam.

Suggested Order of questions  one should pick to score the maximum in Reasoning Aptitude Section

  • Classification – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Analogy – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Alphabetical Series – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Venn diagram – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Mirror Image – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Dictionary Order – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Pattern Completion – 3 Qs – Easy
  • Embedded Figure – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Matrix – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Word Formation – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Paper Cutting and Folding – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Blood relations – 1 Qs – Moderate
  • Coding Decoding – 2 Qs – Moderate
  • Statements and Conclusions – 1 Qs – Moderate
  • Arithmetic Operations – 2 Qs – Moderate
  • Missing Numbers – 1 Qs – Moderate
  • Counting of figures – 1 Qs – Moderate
  • Numerical Series – 1 Qs – Difficult


Quantitative Aptitude

This year the questions in Quantitative Aptitude section of CGL 2017 slot 1 exam was of moderate level. Questions from Tabular DI were asked and there were 6 questions of Simple Interest, Compound Interest and Profit and Loss combinedly. There were 2-3 questions from trigonometry, however 1 question was quite moderate to solve. And 2 or 3 questions were also from Algebra.

Suggested Order of questions  one should pick to score the maximum in Quantitative Aptitude Section

  • Percentage – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Ratio and Proportion – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Interest –  1 Qs – Easy
  • Time and Work – 1 Qs – Easy
  • Number System – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Mixture Problems – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Data Interpretation – 5 Qs – Moderate (Bar Graph)
  • Algebra – 3-4 Qs – Moderate
  • Average – 2 Qs – Moderate
  • Mensuration – 2 Qs – Moderate
  • Profit and Loss – 1 Qs – Moderate
  • Geometry – 1 Qs – Moderate

English Language

This year the biggest surprise we could observe was in English Language section. Surprisingly Comprehension passage got featured in SSC CGL Tier 1 slot 1 exam. However, we believe it should not bother you much if you are good at the language. Instead of English comprehension passage, ‘Cloze Test’ of 5 questions was asked and the level was easy to moderate. Moreover, 3 questions of Jumbled Sentences were also there but again, if you are well-versed with Tier 2 level pattern, it should not create any panic in your mind. However, not all the Idioms and Phrases and One word substitutions were the common ones you need to be good at these topics if you really want to score better than others.

Suggested Order of questions  one should pick to score the maximum in Reasoning Aptitude Section

  • Error Spotting – 4-5 Qs – Easy
  • Cloze Test – 5 Qs – Easy
  • Sentence Improvement – 3 Qs – Moderate
  • Para Jumbles – 3 Qs – Moderate
  • Phrase or Idiom Meaning – 2 Qs – Moderate
  • Misspelled word – 2 Qs – Moderate
  • Antonyms – 3-4 Qs - Moderate
  • One Word Substitution – 2 Qs – Difficult

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General Awareness

In SSC CGL Tier-1 Exam 2017, General Awareness questions were asked from all aspects of General Awareness with maximum weight-age to Sceince Subjects (7-8 questions). Questions from other topics were asked from from History (5-6 questions), Polity or Political Science (5-6 questions). The level was easy to moderate.

Suggested Order of questions  one should pick to score the maximum in General Awareness Section

  • History – 5-6 Qs – Easy
  • Computer – 2 Qs – Easy
  • Environment and Ecology – 1-2 Qs – Easy
  • Polity – 1-2 Qs – Easy
  • Current Affairs – 3-4 Qs – Moderate
  • Physics – 4-5 Qs – Moderate
  • Chemistry – 4-5 Qs – Moderate
  • Books & Author – 1 Qs – Moderate

Food for thought!

Do remember the quote – “When a change happens, only the weak and unprepared tend to collapse.” The surprises that SSC has brought in are not of the level that it should create havoc among the strong minds. Instead, it should work as a blessing in disguise because those that are less prepared will definitely get nervous and commit mistakes during the exam and you can gain an upper hand by keeping yourself calm and composed, no matter what.

 

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