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SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2022, 19th April Shift 1

SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2022

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam is being conducted from 11th April to 21st April 2022 by SSC (Staff Selection Commission) across the country. According to the candidates who have appeared in today’s exam of SSC CGL Tier 1, The level of the exam was moderate and the questions asked were a little bit lengthy. The quantitative aptitude part was a bit calculative. Today is the 5th day of one of the biggest competitive examinations i.e. SSC CGL Tier 1. We will try our level best to provide you the genuine candidates’ real exam experience.

SSC CGL Exam Analysis Shift 1 Today

The SSC CGL Tier 1 exam comprises 100 questions for 200 marks with a 60-minute duration. SSC CGL Tier 1 18th April shift 1 is over now. We are providing you with a detailed section-wise SSC CGL exam analysis here.

The SSC CGL Exam Analysis Tier 1 will help the candidates to get an idea about the pattern of questions being asked in the exam, the level of examination, and questions. We are providing you with an honest analysis of the candidates who appeared for the exam on the 19th April 1st shift. This will be very helpful for the candidates appearing for the upcoming shifts. Check here today’s SSC CGL Exam Analysis.

Name of Shift Exam Time SSC CGL Analysis link (11th April 2022)
Shift 1 9-10 am Click Here to check shift 1 Analysis
Shift 2 12:30-1:30 pm Click Here to check shift 2 Analysis
Shift 3 4-5 pm Click Here to check shift 3 Analysis

SSC CGL TIER 1,19th April Good Attempts

The exam review obtained from students shows that the level of the SSC CGL Tier 1 2022 exams has been provided in the below table. The good attempts and level of examination we share are purely from the point of view of the candidates who appeared in the exam.

S No. Sections No. of Questions Level of exam
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 22-23 Easy
2 General Awareness 16-17 Moderate
3 Quantitative Aptitude 18-19 Easy-moderate
4 English Comprehension 21-23 Easy
Total 77-82 Moderate

SSC CGL Tier-I Exam Analysis for General Awareness

This section contains 25 questions for 50 marks each question carries 2 marks. This section is important from the scoring perspective. The candidates who prepare for this to score more can get the advantage of scoring more in less time. The questions may be based on static or current affairs. The questions asked are as follows:

  • Which is the first industrial development bank in India?
  • Recently India’s test match was conducted at which venue?
  • Which state comes on top in the medal list of khelo india game 2021?
  • Which of the following word is not mentioned in preamble of Indian constitution?
  • In which year, right to information act started?
  • One question related to sodium.
  • One question asked from Padambhushan.
  • Who got Abel prize 2021?
  • Which animal belongs to phylum arthropoda?
  • Which of the following event was held in 1919?
  • One question from Bengal chaura chauri.
  • Who got JCB prize for literature in 2021?
  • Marginal utility curve for production of the economy.

SSC CGL Tier-I Exam Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude

The quantitative Aptitude section is the calculative part of the exam, comprising questions from arithmetic and advanced maths. The topic-wise number of questions with the level of difficulty asked is tabulated below.

Topics No. Of Questions asked Level of Exam
Ratio 2 Easy
Average 1 Easy
Number System 2 Easy
Simplification 1 Easy
Time & Work 1 Easy-moderate
Time, Speed & Distance 1 Easy-moderate
S.I./C.I 1 Moderate
Profit & Loss 2 Easy
Coordinate Geometry
Geometry 2 Easy
Mensuration 3 Easy-moderate
Trigonometry 3 Easy-moderate
Percentage 1 Easy
Algebra 3 Easy-moderate
DI 4 Easy-moderate
Total Questions 25 Easy-moderate

SSC CGL Tier-I Exam Analysis for English Comprehension

The total number of questions asked from this part is 25 for 50 marks. The questions asked were of easy level. The candidates will get updated with the questions in this section.

  • Antonym-> Restrict
  • Idiom & phrases-> Sticking fingers
Topics No. Of Questions asked Level Of Exam
Fill in the Blanks 1 Easy
Sentence Improvement 2 Easy-moderate
Error Detection 4 Easy
Sentence Rearrangement 1 Easy-moderate
Idioms and Phrases 2 Easy
Synonyms 2 Easy
Antonyms 2 Easy
Active Passive 2 Easy
Narration 2 Easy
One Word Substitution 1 Easy
Spelling Correction 1 Easy
Cloze test 5 Easy-Moderate
Total Questions 25 Easy

SSC CGL Tier-I Exam Analysis for General Intelligence and Reasoning

This section contains 25 questions for 50 marks. This is the very scoring topic of the examination. Let us check the detailed SSC CGL Exam Analysis today for shift 1.

Topics No. Of Questions asked Level Of Exam
Analogy 4 Easy
Odd One Out 1 Easy
Series 2 Easy
Statement & Conclusions 1 Easy
Sequence (Acc. to Dictionary)
Word Formation
Coding-Decoding 4 Easy
Mathematical Operations 3 Easy
Matrix 1 Easy
Blood Relation 1 Easy
Mirror Image 1 Easy
Venn Diagram 1 Easy
Paper Folding Image 1 Easy
Missing Term 1 Easy
Hidden Figure 1 Easy
Cube 2 Easy
Counting Figure
Complete Figure 1 Easy
Total Questions 25 Easy

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SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2022: FAQ

Q.What was the level of the overall SSC CGL 19th April shift 1 examinations?

Ans: The overall level of the examination was moderate.

Q.What are the good attempts of the SSC CGL 19th April Shift 1 exam?

Ans: The number of good attempts is 76 to 81.

Q.How many sections are there in SSC CGL TIER I  exam?

Ans: There are 4 sections i.e. General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language.

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