Download Syllabus/ Pattern/Sample Papers/ Exam Content for SSC CGL Tier 1 and 2 Exams/ CHSL Exam
SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam is one of the biggest exams of the country. Around 10 lac or more candidates apply for this exam. So the competition is very high and consequently the SSC Cut Off is very high. So in order to compete with such a big no, besides hard work strategy is also required.
The first part of the strategy is to have access to Syllabus and Exam Pattern. CGL Sample Papers and Last Years’ Question Papers also help a lot in getting the fairly better idea of the kind of exam approaching.
We are trying our best to give you the complete syllabus and Exam Pattern. You can also check your exam practice and enhance your skills and confidence through the Sample Papers from the links below –
SSC CGL Tier 1 Syllabus/ Exam Pattern –
The SSC Exam consisted of two tiers – Tier 1 and Tier 2. The Tier 1 Exam is made of 200 Questions of 200 Marks. The set timing is 180 Minutes. So timing is must. The Paper consisted the following four Subjects –
Note – Use the links to have complete knowledge of the said subject.
General English – 50 Questions with 50 Marks –
Contents are –
Comprehension Test – around 10 Questions in CGL Exam
Our Advice – Read English Newspapers such as The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, The Hindu. Focus on National News, Editorials etc.
Vocabulary – 15 Questions are expected from this portion.
Our Advice – Do the same thing as above to enhance your vocab. Besides read some specific books for building your vocab.
Common Errors – 15 Questions.
This is wide area covering the whole grammar. You will have to prepare Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Active and Passive Voice, Narration, Sentence Connectors, Articles, Question Tags.
English Practice Sets –
- Practice Set 1
- English Practice Paper 2
- English Paper 3
- Practice Paper for 4 for SSC CGL and other exams
2. Quantitative Aptitude – Fifty Questions and Fifty Marks
This portion will check the General Mathematical Ability of the candidates. The examinees are suggested to cover all the given topics –
Arithmetic – Around 15 Questions shall be asked from here.
Trigonometry may have 7 Questions. Number System may carry 2 to 5 Questions. There may be 12 to 18 Questions from Geometry whereas Algebra will carry 7 Questions. 5 to 7 Questions may be asked from Data Interpretation.
Read the following Chapters of Mathematics for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam –
Ration and Proportion, Triangles, Simple and Compound Interest, Work and Time, LCM and HCF, Profit and Loss, Speed, Time and Distance, Pipes and Cisterns, Discount, Partnership, BODMAS, Triangles, Circle, Spheres, Hemispheres, Heights and Distances, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Bar Diagram and Pie-chart, Circle and its Chords, Numbers, Common Tangents to two or more circles.
Maths Sample Papers –
General Intelligence and Reasoning – 50 Q with 50 M
The Topics are – Series – 07 Q, Analogy and Odd Man out 6 Questions each, Directions – 02 Q, Statements – 01, Word Formation and Venn Diagram with 3 Questions each, Visual Reasoning – 08 Q, Maths Related Q – 07, Coding and Decoding – 03, Matrix – 01, Statement Inference – 01
- Click here for Reasoning Practice Set 1
- Reasoning Practice Set 2
- Reasoning Paper 3
- Check Reasoning Paper 4
General Knowledge and Current Affairs- Awareness Syllabus / Pattern- 50 Q and 50 M
Science and Technology will carry 22 Questions. The Second slot will go to Economics with 5 Questions. History – 05 Q, Polity 05, Geography – 04, Current Affairs 03, Miscellaneous – 06
This topic will cover the large area of General Knowledge. It will include the happenings in the country and the world with more focus on Science, History, Geography, Civics, Events, Awards, Sports etc.
- Click here for Detailed GK and Current Affairs.
- Science GK Paper 1
- Science GK Paper 2
- Current Affairs for 2015-16
- Current Affairs Sample Paper
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Last Word to get through Tier 1 Exam
Having gone through the complete Syllabus and Pattern along with Practice Sets, give incessant practice to all the topics equally. You can give more time on your Achilles’ heal means weak subject. Timing is more important. Therefore undergo the mock tests on regular basis. Better your timing. Try to finish it off 10 to 15 minutes earlier as there may be time- waste during the exam due to various formalities. More than everything, trust in yourself.