SSC is conducting CGL examination across the country on March 04, 2020. The exam will be conducted in three shifts throughout the day. The SSC CGL will be held from March 03 - 09, 2020. In this article, the candidates will find the exam analysis of SSC CGL 2020 for the second shift on March 04, 2020. As per candidate’s feedback, the paper was easy-moderate. The candidates were able to attempt around 70-75 questions. The cut-off is expected to be around 135 -140. Candidates found the General Intelligence and Reasoning section quite easy and scoring, while Quantitative Aptitude section was a bit lengthy and time-consuming. Candidates must go through the SSC CGL exam analysis for the exam conducted on March 04, 2020 in 2nd Shift to understand the difficulty level and type of questions asked so that they may strategize appropriately in subsequent shifts. The result of SSC CGL is expected tentatively in May, 2020. Candidates will find the details of the question paper in this article.
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As per candidate feedback, the overall level of SSC CGL Tier 1 exam for the second shift on March 04, 2020 was easy-moderate. Total number of questions asked were 100. The maximum time duration of the exam was 60 minutes. The good attempts for shift 2 are given below:
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No of Questions
General Intelligence and Reasoning
The candidates can check the subject wise details of SSC CGL exam analysis below.
SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 Tier 1 : General Intelligence and Reasoning
The reasoning section comprises 25 questions for 50 marks. It tests the mental aptitude of the candidate. The reasoning section was easy. The topic-wise details of questions are mentioned below:
No. Of Questions asked
Level Of Exam
Odd One Out
Statement & Conclusions
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SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis 2020: English Language
The English Language section was easy. The topic-wise details of questions are given below.
Fill in the Blanks
Idioms and Phrases (eg through a fit, the bee’s knees)
Synonyms (eg Prodigy, Acknowledgement)
Antonyms (eg Obsolete)
One word substitution (eg who manages the operation of loading or unloading a ship)
Spelling Correction (eg encouragement)
Cloze test (eg. On discipline manners in life)
SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2020 Tier 1: Quantitative Aptitude
The Quantitative Aptitude section was a little lengthy. A lot of questions were asked from arithmetic and advanced maths. This section was moderate. The topic-wise distribution of questions has been given below:
Level of Exam
Simplification (eg 30×2 -15x +1 =0. Find 25×2 + x2/36)
Time & Work
Time, Speed & Distance
S.I. & C.I.
Profit & Loss
Geometry (eg triangle -exterior angle bisector)
Trigonometry (eg Find the value sec6x -tan6x +3sec2x.tan2x)
SSC CGL 2020 Exam Analysis Tier 1: General Awareness
General awareness section was comparatively difficult. Most questions were from static GK. Some questions asked in the paper are given below:
Union Minister of Home Affairs
Famous tennis player who is honoured on swiss coin
Starfish belongs to which phylum
Which country did ‘Ohm’ belong to?
Who chaired Island Development Conference?Which player has taken 2 hattrick in ODI?
Where is RBC formed? – Bone marrow
Chikankari embroidery is famous from which place?
1st Governor of MP?
Who is the current Economic advisor?
Where did the meeting of Island Development hold?
Karmayoddha Granth, the book was launched by??
Jawara dance belongs to which state?
Which city is known as Athens of the east?
Ohm’s law scientist belongs to which country?
Sucheta Kriplani is the CM of which state?
What is the chemical name of Methane?
Who is known as Napoleon of India?
Novak Djokovic is from which country?
One question asked from the plant kingdom
Tennis legend who has a coin minted in his honour
Question asked on Mughal dynasty
Candidates can check the expected cut off of SSC CGL 2020 in the table below. They can use the SSC CGL 2020 cut off to predict their chances of qualifying the exam.
SSC CGL Tier 1 expected Cut off 2020
Expected Cut Off Marks
The SSC CGL Tier 1 examination will be conducted from March 03 to 09, 2020. This selection process is held to recruit Group B & C posts under the Central Government.
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As per the SSC CGL eligibility criteria the open learning course or correspondence should be done from college or university affliated to UGC. Since Delhi University's School of open learning is affiliated to it so you are eligible for ssc cgl.
Yes, you can apply for SSC CGL exam. The eligible age group for the exam is 18 years to 32 years.
Academic Qualifications are
Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University.
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There is not any individual statistics available for SSC CGL 2020 for AAO post.But there are 6000 vacancies approximately this year and in 2018 a total of 4,24,665 candidates applied for SSC CGL out of which 1,40,386 appeared in the exam on 04/06/2018.And on 06/06/2018 out of 4,00,828 candidates 1,33,796 candidates appeared in the exam.
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