SSC GD Exam Analysis 2023
SSC GD Exam Analysis 2023: SSC GD Exam is being conducted by the Staff Selection Commission of India to recruit candidates for the General Duty post of Constables (GD) in BSF, CISF, ITBP, CRPF and Rifleman in AR. SSC GD Exam Pattern 2022-23 is changed now. Earlier the exam was for 100 questions and now it is for 80 questions for 160 marks. In this article, we are providing you the SSC GD Exam Analysis for the First Shift which is been conducted today i.e. 10th January 2023. The SSC GD exam is scheduled to be held from 10th January to 14th February 2023. Get SSC GD Exam Analysis today shift one in this post.
SSC GD Exam Analysis today will help the candidates to get an idea about this year’s paper pattern and exam analysis. The candidates who will be appearing for the next shifts must go through this and get the proper knowledge of the questions asked in the exam.
SSC GD Exam Analysis 10th January Shift 1
As per the review obtained from students, the level of the SSC GD exam was easy to moderate. A total of 80 questions were asked to be attempted in 60 minutes.
|Examination Section||No. of Questions||Good Attempts|
|General Intelligence and reasoning||20||15-18|
|General Awareness and General Knowledge||20||11-13|
SSC GD Exam Pattern
The Computer Based exam is for 160 marks. The time of 60 minutes is given to the candidates. There will be four sections- GK, Reasoning, Mathematics, and English/Hindi. The Computer-Based Exam will be for 160 marks. A time of 60 minutes will be given to the candidates. There will be four sections in the examination– GK, Reasoning, Mathematics, and English/Hindi. Computer-Based Examinations will be held in English & Hindi only.
|Parts||Name of Disciplines||Questions||Marks||Duration|
|Part-A||General Intelligence and reasoning||20||40||60 minutes|
|Part-B||General Awareness and General Knowledge||20||40|
SSC GD Exam Analysis Shift 1
The detailed section-wise previous year analysis has been provided here. This will help candidates to get knowledge about the exam pattern and question pattern asked.
General Awareness and General Knowledge
This is the most scoring topic in less time as candidates do not need to do any calculations or anything, The questions asked are based on General knowledge and general awareness. The below table will give an idea about the questions asked in the SSC GD examination.
GA Questions asked in the first shift of the SSC GD Exam
- COP’27 was organized in which country?
- Egypt Harihar Bukka is the founder of which empire? Vijaynagar
- Gautam Budh’s first speech.
- One question from Subash Chandra Bose
- The song is sung in a church by a group of people:?
- Which planet is known as the Yellow planet?
- Jan Jaati Mahotsav was organised by?
- The ranks India in Happiness Index?
- IPL 2022 Winner
- One question from FIFA World Cup
- Which Article is not dissolved in an Emergency?
The section contains 20 questions for 40 marks. The candidates must go through the analysis provided below so that they can get an idea about the pattern of questions asked. The questions asked about the Profit and loss were more. The questions asked are:
Q. The perimeter of an equilateral triangle is given. Find the height of the triangle.
Q. Divisibility related 1 ques
|Topic||No Questions Asked in SSC GD Constable Exam|
|Ratio & Proportion||1-2|
|Time and Work||2-3|
|Time, Speed, and Distance||1|
|Average||1 ques (Moderate level)|
General Intelligence and reasoning
This is a very scoring section containing 20 questions for 40 marks. We are providing a detailed analysis of this section from the SSC GD exam pattern. Students can have a fair idea of what SSC had been up to in terms of these questions for the next shift.
SSC GD Exam Analysis
English /Hindi Language
This section contains 20 questions for 40 marks. This gives you the opportunity to score more. We are providing a detailed analysis of this section from the exam. Here we are updating the questions asked in the Hindi Section, will update soon from the English Section also.
In Hindi, most of the questions were asked from incorrect to correct questions.