SSC Combined Graduate Level Previous Papers – Download SSC CGL Model Papers @ ssc.nic.in:- The SSC CGL Previous Papers are provided by the team of Staff Selection Commission through ssc.nic.in the previous papers page. Contenders can check the SSC CGL Previous Question Papers and then start practicing for the written test. Here we mentioned the exam pattern and SSC CGL Tier-I, II & III Model Papers for the eligible candidates.
Every candidate can download the SSC CGL Model Papers by clicking the download links which are mentioned at the end of the page. Applicable candidates must and should download the SSC Combined Graduate Level Sample Papers and then prepare to get the highest marks in the examination. For more details, candidates can follow this page.
SSC CGL Previous Papers
|Name Of The Board||Staff Selection Commission|
|Name Of The Exam||Combined Graduate Level Exam|
|Number of Posts||20000|
|Selection Process||Written Exam, Interview|
SSC CGL Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, Tier 4 Exam Pattern 2022
|Tier||Model/Type||CGL Syllabus Topics|
|Tier I||Online, Multiple Choice Questions||General Intelligence &, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, English Comprehension|
|Tier II||Online, Multiple Choice Questions||Quantitative aptitude, English Language & Comprehension, *Statistics,*General Studies- Finance & Economics|
|Tier III||Offline, Descriptive type- Hindi/English||Statistics, data analysis|
|Tier IV||Wherever applicable||Data Entry Speed Test, Computer Proficiency Test Document Verification|
SSC CGL Tier-I (Computer Based Test):
|General Intelligence & Reasoning||25||50|
- The SSC CGL Tier-I Exam is divided into four sections: Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language.
- There are 25 questions in each segment, and there are a total of 2 marks for every question, for a total of 50 marks per section.
- There is a 0.50-mark penalty for each incorrect answer, and the time limit overall is 60 minutes.
- Thus, total marks can be calculated as follows: total marks = number of correct questions * 2 – number of incorrect questions * 0.50. See the following table for more information.
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