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Logical Reasoning in SSC CGL is one the most important for the candidates to prepare the exam. Holding 50 marks-weightage in the exam, it must be studied well while preparing for SSC CGL.
SSC (Staff Selection Commission) recruitment board conducts exam every year for various SSC CGL posts. This year also the notification of the application process has been announced by the board.
The detailed SSC CGL Reasoning syllabus for Tier I exam is discussed below, candidates can check the syllabus and the weightage of various topics,priority order, importance,number of questions you can expect from each topic and types of questions.
Main topics which are covered under Reasoning section includes:
These topics must be well prepared by the candidates to secure best score in this section.
|Examination Name||Combined Graduate Level Examination(CGLE)|
|Organization’s Name||Staff Selection Commission (SSC)|
|Application form will be available from||May 16, 2017|
|SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Date||June 19-July 2, 2017|
|Mode of Apply||Online Mode and Offline Mode|
|Mode of Exam||Online (Computer Based Test)|
|25||50||75 minutes For VH & Candidates|
Candidates must go through the syllabus thoroughly and prepare according to the syllabus. This can help them prepare well and all the topics that are asked in the SSC CGL exam.
|Numerical Operations, symbolic Operations|
|Questions on Dies|
|Clock and Calendar|
|Folding & un-folding of Punched hole/pattern|
|Figural Pattern – folding and completion|
|Indexing and Address matching|
|Date & city matching|
|Classification of centre codes/roll numbers|
|Small &Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and classification|
|Distance and Directions|
This topic wise weightage of the subject can help candidates know that which topics to give more emphasis on. This will help them prepare well by focusing and preparing the high weightage topics.
|Classification||Weightage: 2-3 Qs Level: Scoring, Easy to Solve, Less Time Consuming, Sometimes a bit Difficult|
|Analogy||Weightage: 2-3 Qs Level: Scoring, Easy to Solve, Less Time Consuming, Sometimes a bit Difficult|
|Coding Decoding||Weightage: 2-3 Qs Level: Scoring, Easy to Solve, Less Time Consuming, Sometimes a bit Difficult|
|Puzzle||Weightage: 2-3 Qs Level: Scoring, Easy to Solve, Less Time Consuming, Sometimes a bit Difficult|
|Matrix||Weightage: 0-1 Qs Level: Easy to Solve, High Accuracy possible, may be time consuming|
|Word formation||Weightage: 0-1 Qs Level: Easy to Solve, High Accuracy possible, may be time consuming|
|Arranging words in Meaningful order or Dictionary order||Weightage: 1-2 Qs Level: Easy to Solve, High Accuracy possible, May be time consuming|
|Venn diagram||Weightage: 0-2 Qs Level: Easy to Solve, High Accuracy possible, Less Time Consuming|
|Directions & Distances||Weightage: 0-1 Qs Level: Easy to Solve, High Accuracy possible, Less Time Consuming|
|Blood Relations||Weightage: 0-1 Qs Level: May be Time Consuming, may be tricky|
|Missing Number||Weightage: 1-2 Qs Level: May be Time Consuming, may be tricky|
|Series||Weightage: 2-3 Qs Level: May be Time Consuming, may be tricky|
|Non Verbal Reasoning||Weightage: 3-4 Qs Level: Scoring, Sometimes a bit Difficult, Visual imagination is required|
|Verbal Reasoning||Weightage: 0-1 Qs Level: May be tricky, Sometimes a bit Difficult, Time Consuming|
On the basis of analysis of previous year SSC CGL Exam, list of 10 important reasoning topics that should be covered during preparation includes:
The section of Reasoning Ability and General Intelligence constitutes 25% of the total score in SSC CGL Tier 1 Examination. Hence, Candidates need to give an equal amount of time on this section as on other sections.
The main goal while preparing for the test is simply to know each topic well and achieve the highest score. The preparation must be in such a way that there is no confusion left when you are fully prepared and leaving for the exam on the date of examination.
The number of questions from this topic just keeps on increasing every year and you can easily crack these questions, provided you have practiced them enough.
Selecting the right books is very important for sure success in any exam. It reduces the efforts. Selecting the best books simplify your learning process and enhances your chances of doing best in the Exam.
Here are the list books that the candidate must refer for best results:
|Reasoning||Verbal- Non Verbal Reasoning||R.S.Aggrawal|
|Reasoning||Analytical Reasoning||M K Pandey|
|Reasoning||Multi Dimensional Reasoning e-book||Upkar Publication|
|Reasoning||Reasoning Ability Questions for SSC e-book||Upkar Publication|
|Reasoning||Practice Questions for Reasoning Ability||Disha Publication|
The cut off of SSC CGL Tier 1 will decide the chances of candidates to get qualified for Tier 2 written exam and Tier 3 personal interview. The candidates who get qualified in all the sections will get finally selected.
|Cut off Marks||75.25||70.25||81.50||60.75||70.25||30.00||48.00||96.00||-|
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