Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on Tuesday, August 24 is conducting the CGL Computer Based Test (CBT) for the last date. The examination of the first 2 shifts is over now. According to the reports, the SSC CGL Examination 2021 Tier 1 is being held following the COVID-19 guidelines and safety protocols.
The nodal commission is holding CGL Tier 1 online exam in multiple shifts. Following the schedule, on Tuesday the commission organized the CGL Tier 1 online examination at centers across the country.
For reference of the candidates, an analysis of CGL 24 August shifts 1, 2, and 3 will be shared. Candidates who have attempted the CGL exam or are scheduled to appear in upcoming shifts may go through the paper analysis, and solutions provided by the experts. In addition to this, they can check the asked questions, level of questions, section-wise difficulty level, and safe score to qualify.
Paper Analysis: Shift 2 Analysis: Available Soon
Based on the feedback provided by the candidates, the overall level of the CGL August 24 shift 1 examination was easy to moderate in level. Provisional and unofficial solutions of questions based on General Awareness, Reasoning, English, and Mathematics are shared by the exam experts below.
Ahead of the official release of the answer key, candidates are asked to go through the paper analysis for shifts 1, 2, & 3. It will help them assess the exam section-wise weightage, difficulty level, and safe score. The SSC CGL Tier I exam consists of 4 subjects namely General Intelligence & Reasoning, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, and General Awareness. In the subject-wise analysis, the difficulty level of CGL tier 1 is as follows.
Here below is the analysis of SSC CGL 24 August shift 1 and 2 computer-based test-
It is again reiterated that the answer key will be issued after the examination is over. The answer key along with objection intimation will be made available on the official site ssc.nic.in. It will help candidates to figure out the correct answers to the questions and also to calculate their scores.