SSC CGL Tier 2 Quantitative Aptitude (Re-exam) Analysis: 9 March 2018

SSC CGL Tier 2 Quantitative Aptitude (Re-exam) Analysis: 9 March 2018

Today SSC has conducted the re-exam of SSC CGL Tier-II Quant Section. The SSC CGL Tier-II Exam was conducted by SSC from 17th February to 22nd February 2018. We are providing Exam analysis of SSC CGL Tier-II Paper-I (Quant), so that all other aspirants can get an overall and clear idea about exam pattern and difficulty level.

The SSC CGL Tier-II is being held in online mode. So dear students, without much ado, let's get straight to the SSC CGL Tier 2 Quantitative Aptitude (Re-exam) Analysis: 9 March 2018

SSC CGL Tier-II Quant: Good Attempts?

As per the level of the exam, 71-75 will be considered as good attempts with accuracy. You can get a good lead if you are able to score 146+ in this section.
SectionLevelGood Attempts
Quantitative AptitudeDifficult71-75

SSC CGL Tier 2 Quantitative Aptitude (Re-exam) 9 March 2018

Quant paper questions were asked as per the exam pattern. There were 100 questions carrying 2 marks each. Also, there was a penalty of 0.5 marks mentioned for every wrong answer marked. In today's SSC CGL Tier-II Exam, Quantitative Aptitude had no assuaged but a little splenetic and tougher question set. Most of the questions were very lengthy or very calculated and time demanding. Lets us go through the important highlights of the exam. This will help you understand SSC CGL Tier 2 Quantitative Aptitude (Re-exam) 9 March 2018
• Questions from trigonometry were conceptual based.
• Students who appeared for the exam said that 2 wrong questions were there in the exam.
• Data Interpretation topic (Tabular). It was calculative. The questions were based on Production of Rice & Wheat.
• Same as 21 Feb Exam: Arithmetic Maths & The Advanced Maths
• Difficult & Time Consuming:  Geometry, Mensuration. Some Simplification questions were statement based
• Difficult Section: Mensuration & Geometry (Circle Part) questions were difficult to solve. Prism, Pyramid questions were also found.
• Easy Section: Profit & Loss, Average, Time & Work
• No Questions : Co-ordinate Geometry.
We have formulated the table to help you know the number of questions asked from each topic. Also, "Level of the Questions Compared with 21 Feb 2018 Paper" will help you know the exam difference.
 Name of the Topic Number of Questions Asked Level of the Questions Compared with 21 Feb 2018 Paper Data Interpretation 05 Same Level Geometry 10-12 Difficult than 21 Feb Average 03-04 Same Level Speed, Distance & Time 03-04 Same Level Percentage 04-05 Easier than 21 Feb Height & Distance 03-04 Difficult than 21 Feb Profit & Loss 05-06 Same Level Mensuration 09-10 Difficult than 21 Feb Simplification (Statement based) 04-05 Difficult than 21 Feb Trigonometry 05-06 Easier than 21 Feb Algebra 05-06 Easier than 21 Feb Number System 06-07 Difficult than 21 Feb Ratio & Proportion 02-03 Easier than 21 Feb Time and Work 05-07 Easier than 21 Feb Partnership 02-03 Easier than 21 Feb Simple Interest & Compound Interest 04-05 Same Level Miscellaneous 12-14 Same Level

Questions Asked in  SSC CGL Tier 2 Quantitative Aptitude (Re-exam) 9 March 2018

1. Hemisphere changed into numerous cone.
2. Find the curved surface area of a Prism which is cut into 10 parts.
3. One question from Hexagon.
4. One question from Successive discount.
5. Trigonometry formula based. Cos(a+b) type.
6. One from Common tangent.
7. Cone cut by 3 parallel line.
8. 3 questions from Compound interest.
9. One question from Area of shaded region.
10. If a number is increased by 40, it becomes more than 25% of itself. What is the number?
11. A prism with a height of 20 was given with a square base and the side of square was 8m. If the prism is cut 9 times into 10 equal parts parallel to its base. What will be the total surface area?
12. Two chords of a circle are on the same side. The length of the chords is 24 and 32. The difference between these two chords is 8 cm. Find the area of the circle?
13. The inner volume and outer curved surface area of hemisphere were given. The inner and outer radius were asked.. (similar to this type of question not exact)
14. Length of the direct common tangent of two identical circles of radius 10 cm is 26 cm. Find the length of the transverse common tangent?
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