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SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 9th August [Shift 1]: Check Detailed Exam Analysis

Staff Selection Commission started conducting the SSC CHSL TIER 1 exam from 4th August to 12th August 2021. The exam will be in 3 shifts. The candidates who are about to appear for the 2nd shift must be waiting for the exam analysis of the first shift of SSC CHSL conducted on 9th August 2021. As we have noticed the exam level till now was easy to moderate now onwards may be SSC will remain this pattern. The exam analysis we are going to provide will be from directly the candidates who have appeared for the first shift. The analysis will help the candidates understand the pattern of questions asked in the exam and difficulty level. The candidates who are going to appear will get an idea of the exam pattern.

We provide you the analysis of all the three shifts conducted from 4th August 2021 to 12th August 2021. Candidates need to stay updated with SSCADDA to get notified about the Exam Analysis every day. Candidates will get a detailed analysis for all three shifts. The analysis is very important after examination to get the idea of the questions set we have appeared. The good attempts and level of examination we share are purely from the point of view of the candidates who appeared in the exam.

Name of Shift  Reporting Time Exam Time
Shift 1 7:30 AM 9-10 am
Shift 2 10:30 AM 12-1 pm
Shift 3 1:30 pm 3-4 pm

SSC CHSL 2021 Exam Pattern

The exam pattern for the SSC CHSL TIER I is followed as the following with a duration of 1hour.

Section Subject No of Questions Max Marks Exam Duration
1 General Intelligence 25 50 60 minutes (80 Minutes for PWD candidates)
2 General Awareness 25 50
3 Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill) 25 50
4 English Language (Basic Knowledge) 25 50
Total 100 200

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2021: Shift-1 Overall Good Attempts

Today the Exam Analysis first shift of SSC CHSL was conducted on 6th August 2021.  The overall attempts with section-wise difficulty levels have been tabulated below.

Section Good Attempts  Difficulty Level
English Language 21-23 Easy
Quantitative  Aptitude 16-18 Easy-moderate
General Intelligence & Reasoning 21-22 Easy
General Awareness 15-17 moderate
Overall 73-80 Easy-moderate


SSC CHSL Tier-I Exam Analysis for General Awareness

This is one of the important sections of the overall examination as this is less time-consuming also. It contains 25 questions for 50 marks. This mostly depends on the current affairs activity and history, geography, etc. The majority of questions were asked from static GA. The questions we directly get from the candidates only.

  • Pakistan first played Olympics in which year?
  • Longest Ghaati in India?
  • Who is from India elected as chairperson of the world health organization’s Executive? [Ans- Dr. Harsh Verdhan]
  • Chuy Valley is located in which country? [Ans- Kazakhstan]
  • Boxing Championship 2020 related question
  • There were more Current affairs questions than static
  • Pakistan’s first female who participated in Olympics.
  • How long did Pakistan rule Bangladesh?
  • Which is a Polar molecule?
  • While Washing clothes by washing soda which reaction takes place?
  • Who was the youngest player to debut in a Test Match?
  • Which of the following Passes is located in Pirpanjal?
  • Safed Koh lies in which country?

SSC CHSL Quantitative Aptitude Exam Analysis

This section is very calculative and lengthy. Quantitative Aptitude is scoring and calculative, sometimes it is time-consuming also. Let us go through the detailed analysis of Quantitative Aptitude.

  • Quant was very calculative and time taking
  • The volume of large cube was given cut into 27 equal pieces. The area of each small cube was asked.
  • x+2y= given, x3+8y3= Given, find the value of x and y
  • What is the Perimeter of right triangle having two sides 25 and 20?
Sr.No. Name of Topic Number of Questions Asked
1 Ration & Proportion 2
2 Average 1
3 Number System 1
4 Simplification 1
5 Time & Work 1
6 Speed & Distance [Train] 1
7 S.I. & C.I. 1
8 Profit & Loss 1
9 Algebra 3
10 Geometry 3
11 Mensuration 2
12 DI [Pie Chart] 1
13 DI [Bar Graph] 2
14 Misc. 5
Total Questions 25

SSC CHSL 2021 English Language Analysis

This is one of the important sections that can help you score more but with proper knowledge and practice. Let us go through the detailed analysis of English.

  • Spelling error -> Acquire, Assimilation
  • Idioms-> Cook the Book, Cut for corners
  • Synonym -> Absolute, Paranoid
  • Antonym -> Candlestine
S.No. Topics No. Of Questions
1 Fill in the Blanks 2-3
2 Sentence Improvement 1-2
3 Error Detection 2-3
4 Sentence Rearrangement 1-2
5 Idioms and Phrases 3-5
6 Synonyms 2
7 Antonyms 2
8 Active Passive 2-3
9 Direct Indirect 1-2
10 Phrase Substitution 2-3
11 Spelling Correction 1-2
12 Cloze Test Passage 3-4
Total 25

SSC CHSL 2021 General Intelligence and Reasoning Analysis

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

  • 8,8,11,11,14,14,?
1 Analogy 02
2 Odd One Out 03
3 Series 02-03
4 Statement & Conclusions 01
5 Directions
6 Sequence 03
7 Coding-Decoding 02-03
8 Mathematical Operations 01
9 Dice 01
10 Blood Relation 01
11 Mirror Image 02
12 Venn Diagram & Syllogism 01
13 Paper Folding Image 01
14 Syllogism 01
15 Miscellaneous 03-04
Total 25

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SSC CHSL Tier-I Exam Analysis: FAQ

Q. What was the level of an overall examination of SSC CHSL TIER I First shift 9th August 2021?

Ans: The level of the SSC CHSL Tier-I Exam which was held in the first shift was easy-moderate.

Q. What are the good attempts of the SSC CHSL TIER I First Shift 9th August 2021 examination?

Ans: The overall good attempts are 73-80.