SSC CHSL Exam Analysis For 13th October 2020 01st Shift: Here, we present to you the tier 1 exam analysis of SSC CHSL 2020 for 1st shift of 13th October. Candidates can check the Topic-wise review, level of the question, subject-wise good attempt, level of the sections, and Number of Questions asked from the topics in each subject/ section. The exam is now conducted after almost six months. Those candidates whose exam is left are waiting for review. It is very helpful for those candidates who are going to appear in the subsequent shifts. Candidates can utilize their last-minute for their benefit. The analysis is prepared after taking inputs from the students from the exam center directly.
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020: 13th October, 1st Shift
Check the section-wise difficulty level of the SSC CHSL 2020 Tier 1 exam 13th October 01st shift in the below table:
|Mathematics||Easy to Moderate|
|General Awareness||Easy to Moderate|
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020 13th October: Video Analysis
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020: 13th October Good Attempt
|Sections||No. of Questions||Good Attempt|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||22-24|
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020 13th October: Subject Wise
Candidates can check the exam review of each subject of SSC CHSL 2020 Tier 1 2020. There are four sections in the exam, namely English, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness. Based on the memory of the students, data collected by our students, we are providing you the section analysis of SSC CHSL Tier 1 2020. We will be updating the information from the feedback. Please go through the tables below to know the Exam analysis & review for each subject:
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020 13th October: Reasoning
The Exam Analysis for the General Intelligence/ Reasoning section was easy-moderate. While Coding-Decoding, Analogy, and Odd One Out questions were easy.
|S.No.||Topics||No. Of Questions|
|2||Odd One Out||03|
|4||Statement & Conclusions||01|
|12||Venn Diagram & Syllogism||01|
|13||Paper Folding Image||01|
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020: Quantitative Aptitude 13th October
Candidates can check the number of questions asked from each topic and the level of the question for these questions. The students have reviewed that the questions based on calculations were very less and comparatively very easy.
Questions Asked in Quantitative Aptitude: The level of questions today was very easy.
|S.No.||Topics||No. Of Questions|
|5||Time & Work||01|
|6||Speed & Distance [Train]||01|
|7||S.I. & C.I.||01|
|8||Profit & Loss||02|
|13||DI [Bar Graph]||02|
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020 13th October: English Language
The antonym and synonyms asked were based on previous years.
|S.No.||Topics||No. Of Questions|
|1||Fill in the Blanks||02|
|5||Idioms and Phrases||02|
|12||Cloze Test Passage||05|
- Cloze Test: Environment-related
- Syno/ Anto: Malignant, Opulent, Meticulous, Mitigate.
SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020 13th October: General Awareness
General Awareness yet again was Easy to Moderate for CHSL, 1st Shift.
Questions Asked for GA were more from January to September 2020.
|Topics Asked||No. of Questions|
- 1929 INC session president – Nehru Ji
- IPL 2019 most valuable player.
- Dronacharya Award 2019 for Kabaddi.
- Salman Rushdie Book Name.
- Prime Minister of Russia.
- Brunt Sugar Book Writer.
- Highest Waterfall in India.
- Mission Indradhanus was launched in how many districts of U.P?
- Endanger Crocodile century location.
- Entry points of the Brahmaputra in India.
- Garo, Khasi & Jayantiya Hills location.
- 3rd war of Panipat.
- Flag Day is celebrated on which day.
- First Indian to won Junior Asian Wimbledon.
- Divij Sharma is related to which sports.
- Vitamin D chemical name.
- Less used to rectify the Myopia defect.
- Father of Modern physics.
- Who appoints CAG.
- First woman Speaker of Lok Sabha.
- International Girl Child Day.
- Lazy Eye Disease.
SSC CHSL 2020 Detailed Exam Analysis:
- The mentioned data analyzed for the SSC CHSL exam analysis says that overall the exam was Easy to Moderate
- Overall the total good attempts were between 76-82.
- We hope that the information is useful and can be used to assess your performance. Stay Connected for more updates on the exam and cut off.
Exam Shifts for SSC CHSL 2020
|SSC CHSL Exam Date||CHSL Tier I Shifts||Shift Timings for Tier I|
|12th October to 26th October 2020||Shift 1||10 AM – 11 AM|
|Shift 2||1 PM – 2 PM|
|Shift 3||4 PM – 5 PM|
Items to be carried in the Exam Hall during SSC Exams
Candidates should invariably bring the following at the time of reporting for the examination:
- Admission Certificate (Print Copy of Admit Cards).
- Two copies of their latest colored passport size photograph (3 cm x 3.5 cm).
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- Face mask.
- Hand sanitizer (small bottle).
- Transparent water bottle.
- Printout of COVID-19 Self Declaration Form provided with the Admission Certificate.
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SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2020: Faq’s
Q 1. What are the Good Attempts for this exam?
Ans. The average number of good attempts can be considered from 74-80.
Q 2. Which section was difficult?
Ans. General Awareness section was easy to moderate, the Reasoning Section was easy to moderate, the English section was easy, and the Quantitative Aptitude section was easy (less calculative).
Q 3. When will the SSC CHSL 2020 Tier 1 Exam be conducted?
Ans. The Tier 1 test for SSC CHSL 2020 Recruitment for the left-out candidates is going to conducted from 12 to 26 October 2020.
Q 4. How many sections are there for CHSL Tier 1 2020?
Ans. There are 4 sections in SSC CGL Tier 1 2020 i.e English Language, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and General Awareness.