SSC CGL 2018 Sample Question

    SSC CGL is a national level online test organized by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) for recruitment to various subordinate services. It is a prestigious government exam, considered as one of the toughest exams to crack. So, candidates who are preparing for the exam should check the complete SSC CGL Syllabus and its exam pattern.

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    SSC takes this examination at the graduate level and there are in total of 4 sections in the overall examination. The examination contains a total of 200 questions for which 200 marks remain at stake. SSC CGL takes place in 3 tiers and this being the first tier is the easiest among the rest.

    • Each part is of equal importance so candidates have to focus on each & every part of this exam.
    • Time yourself strictly for the paper – 75 minutes and no more.
    • It should be noted by candidates is that there is Negative Marking of 0.5 Marks in this Exam. So, plan for exam is according to the pattern & syllabus of SSC.
    • You may switch between sections as there is a consolidated time section. But the overall time limit must be strictly observed.
    • Remember that there is no Section wise Cut Off in this Exam.

    Once you qualify through this preliminary stage, you qualify for the Tier II stage (Mains stage). The marks of Tier I exam count toward the final total. SSC CGL 2018 Tier I Exam is an online objective MCQ test of 100 questions worth 200 marks. SSC CGL 2018 would be of 75 minutes duration consisting of 4 sections. Here is the pattern. 

    SubjectNo. of QuestionsMaximum Marks
    General Awareness2550
    Quantitative Aptitude2550
    English Comprehension2550

    Tips to Go-Through SSC CGL 2018 Questions

    Step 1: Go through the complete paper.

    Step 2: Create a mental plan so as to attempt the questions methodically.

    Step 3: Time yourself in advance and decide which question to attempt first and which to leave.

    Step 4: If you don’t know an answer, just skip the question. Attempt questions only when 90-100% sure.

    Step 5: Once done with papers, check the amount of time taken.

    Step 6: Start moderating your answers honestly.

    Step 7: Go through each and another incorrect answer so as to not repeat the same mistakes in the exam.

    Check SSC CGL Practice Papers

    SSC CGL 2018 Sectional Sample Questions

    SSC CGL 2017 Questions is the closest experience to the actual SSC CGL 2018 paper. It also provides you an idea about the difficulty level and type of questions which will be asked in SSC CGL exam. Candidates must go through the SSC CGL Tier I Sample Paper for better preparation and idea about questions and level of difficulty.

    Attempting SSC CGL Previous Year Papers will help you practice well for the exam this year. However, keep in mind that the pattern of the exam has changed over the years. So, one can expect some continuous changes and some constants in the paper as well.

    A. General Intelligence and Reasoning

    • Reasoning, mildly put can turn out to be your golden goose.
    • You can either score heavily or waste a lot of time and still scoreless.
    • This section rewards your hard work and training.
    • The more you have prepared, the better you score.

    List of General Intelligence and Reasoning Questions for SSC CGL were given below, Candidate those who are applied for this exam can use this questions for preparation.

    Question 1. In the following questions, find the odd number pair from the given alternatives.

    a. 6246 – 6296

    b. 7137 – 7267

    c. 4344 – 4684

    d. 5235 – 5465

    Question 2. In the following questions, select the related number from the given alternatives.

    APPLE:50 :: ORANGE: ?

    a. 61

    b. 60

    c. 63

    d. 69

    Question 3. In question, a series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternatives from the given ones that will complete the series.

    121, 222, 424, ?

    a. 524

    b. 646

    c. 828

    d. 636

    B. English Comprehension

    A comprehension passage contains a number of paragraphs. Every paragraph has a central idea. It is expounded with ideas and illustrations and other references. The key sentence that gives the central idea of the paragraph may be at the beginning, middle or end of paragraph.

    Question 1-7. In the question below, a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed choose ‘no improvement’.

    1. The autumn season of parliament will begin on Tuesday.

    a. Autumn session

    b. Autumn mission

    c. Autumn cession

    d. No improvement

    2. The speaker got confused and started to conceal himself.

    a. Reject himself

    b. hide himself

    c. Contradict himself

    d. No improvement

    3. Looking at the pictures of his old house made him romantic.

    a. Him nervous

    b. Him nostalgic

    c. Him philosophic

    d. No improvement

    4. Anything other than a singular focus on learning, buttressed with a right to quality education act, will suppress the life chances of millions of Indian children.

    a. Will beguile the

    b. Will relinquish the

    c. No improvement

    d. Will squander the

    5. No sooner had I entered the house when the lights went out.

    a. Than

    b. As

    c. That

    d. No improvement

    6. Every one of this girls is beautiful.

    a. These

    b. That

    c. The

    d. No improvement

    7. He could not cope up with the heavy rush.

    a. Cope with

    b. No improvement

    c. Cope upto

    d. Cope by

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    C. Quantitative Aptitude

    Quantitative Aptitude section is the most important area or you can say is the deciding area for a candidate in the merit list. If you are having decent basic concepts of Mathematics, then this section will be your favorite and highest scoring section. Candidate must be able to solve questions quickly without compromising on accuracy. To do this the candidate must learn shortcuts & tricks and do away with the descriptive approach of problem solving.

    With increasing number of students every year there is cut throat competition. Hence it is important for us to analyse previous year papers and find out the break-up of questions.

    Question 1. The number of numbers between 168 and 280, both included, which are divisible by 8 is

    a. 17

    b. 37

    c. 15

    d. 16

    Question 2. A village road is to be constructed by a team of 350 workers. After 14 days, it was found that only 2/9th part of the work was completed. To complete the rest in another 35 days. How many more workers should be employed?

    a. 150 workers

    b. 152 workers

    c. 125 workers

    d. 140 workers

    Question 3. A trader allows two successive discounts of 30 % and 20 %. If he gets Rs. 112 for an article. Find its marked price.

    a. Rs. 250

    b. Rs. 150

    c. Rs. 200

    d. Rs. 300

    D. General Awareness

    General awareness is not something you can expect to master in a day. But from an exam point of view, if you spend time consistently, you can perform well in it in relatively less time as compared to Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning section. This section acquires more importance because this is the only section which can be attempted quickly i.e. in 06-09 minutes and at the same time, decent marks can be scored in this section if prepared well.

    Question 1. The passengers of a boat are not allowed to stand because:

    a. This will raise the center of gravity and the boat will be rocked.

    b. This will lower the center of gravity and the boat will be rocked.

    c. The effective weight of system increases.

    d. The surface tension is affected.

    Question 2. Which city has been selected for the XXII Commonwealth Games in 2022?

    a. London

    b. Sydney

    c. Durban

    d. Glasgow

    Question 3. Bluetooth devices operate in the bandwidth of?

    a. 2.1 GHz

    b. 2.3 GHz

    c. 2.4 GHz

    d. 2.6 GHz

    Question 4. Who discovered Malaria Parasite?

    a. Ronald Ross

    b. Charles Leveran

    c. Louis Pasteur

    d. James Watson

    Benefits of Solving SSC CGL 2018 Sample Questions

    Benefit – 1

    • Going through SSC CGL Previous Year Papers will make you understand the changes this exam has undergone in the past.
    • This will help you realize the challenges better.

    Benefit – 2

    • Solving papers will help you understand the exact nature of the exam.

    Benefit – 3

    • Attempting all SSC CGL previous year papers will help you track the time spent in solving the paper
    • Your level of efficiency.
    • This will be of a huge advantage in the actual exam.

    Benefit – 4

    • Lastly, they will let you know the nature of questions that can be expected in SSC CGL Exam 2018.



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