SSC CGL Tier- I Exam Overall Analysis, Expected Cutoff - 11th September 2016

September 11, 2016 is Day 15 the Final Day for the first level of  the SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination. 
The SSC CGL is being conducted online for the very first time. Similar to our previous articles, we will be giving an in-depth analysis for the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam held on 10 September 2016.
Here is the Detailed SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis & Paper Review, highlighting the level of difficulty of each section, the supposed number of good attempts and the expected cutoff for 9 September SSC CGL Tier-I.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis 2016

The Online Recruitment Paper consisted of the Objective type Questions. As per the revised pattern the Tier 1 Examination consisted of 100 Questions divided into 4 sections i.e Reasoning, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness carrying 200 marks in total.
 Name of the Section Questions Marks
 Reasoning and General Intelligence 25 50
 General Awareness 25 50
 Numerical Aptitude 25 50
 English Comprehension 25 50
 Total100 200
  All sections consisted of 25 Questions each. There was a 0.5 negative marking for every wrong attempt. The total time to solve the entire paper was 75 minutes. 

Also, have a look at our previous posts for an in-depth Exam Analysis of SSC CGL Tier 1:

For the final day, the level of difficulty ranged from Easy to Moderate, contrary to most days where the examination was quite competitive.

Section-Wise SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis 2016

As explained above, there were 4 sections in SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I). The overall level of difficulty was Easy to Moderate, with the majority of questions asked being a bit of a task to solve. But, there were a few easy ones too.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis: Reasoning Aptitude

Most candidates found Reasoning Section Easy in terms of level of difficulty. Maximum questions were asked from the following sections
  1. Number Series/ Alphabet Series – 5-8 Questions
  2. Water Image/ Mirror Image – 1 Question
  3. Picture Diagram – 2 Questions
  4. Matrix – 1 Question
  5. Paper Cutting – 1 Question
  6. Analogy – 2 Questions
  7. Classification – 3 Questions 
  8. Direction – 2 Questions 
  9. Ranking – 2 Questions
Candidates having good reasoning knowledge and practice can attempt 20-22 questions easily.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

Quantitative Aptitude was Moderate. Questions were asked mostly from the following topics:
  1. Number Series – 4 Questions
  2. Bar Graph/ DI – 5 Questions
  3. Geometry – 4 Questions
  4. Trigonometry – 3 Questions
  5. SI & CI – 2 Questions
  6. Profit & loss – 2 Questions 
  7. Percentage – 2 Questions
  8. Speed & Distance – 1 Question
  9. Average – 2 Questions
Candidates having good arithmetic knowledge and practice can attempt 16-18 questions easily.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis: English Language

The English Language section was Easy to Moderate. Maximum questions were asked from the following sections:
  1. Reading Comprehension – 5 Questions
  2. Antonym & Synonym – 2 Questions
  3. Idiom/phrases – 3 Questions
  4. Spelling Correction – 1 Question
  5. Sentence Improvement – 3 Questions
  6. One Word Substitution – 3 Questions
  7. Spotting the Error – 3 Questions
  8. Fill in the blanks – 3 Questions
Most of the questions were easy to answer. Topics such as one word substitution, idioms/ phrase and spelling correction were a bit more challenging . Attempting 14-16 questions will be considered as a good attempt.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis: General Awareness

The level of difficulty was Moderate for GA Section. The topic wise distribution is as follows:
  1. History – 1-3 Questions
  2. Polity – 3 Questions (Easy)
  3. Geography – 1-3 Questions
  4. Economics – 3 Questions (Moderate)
  5. Current Affairs – 4-5 Questions (Easy to Moderate)
  6. Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) – 7-8 Questions (Moderate)
Attempting 14-16 questions will be considered as a good attempt. Most of the questions were related to History and General Science with questions based on Geography also present.

This was our sectional analysis. Let us compile all the data and see what sort of a paper SSC CGL of 11 September really was.

SSC CGL Tier-I 2016: Overall Analysis of Paper

Based on the level of difficulty of each section asked in SSC CGL Tier 1 Examination on 11 September 2016, here are the number of attempts which are considered good in order to crack SSC CGL Tier 1 Examination.
Section NameQuestionsLevel of DifficultyNumber of Good Attempts
Reasoning Ability25Easy20-22
English Language25East to Moderate16-18
General Awareness25Moderate12-14
Quantitative Aptitude25Moderate16-18
  Note: Only recommendation for aspirants who are yet to attempt SSC CGL Tier-1 in the upcoming days/shifts would be – “AVOID NEGATIVE MARKING”.
We hope this SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis helps in getting an estimate about your performance in the paper. If you are yet to attempt the Tier 1 Examination, improve your chances by giving the following article a thorough read.

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