SSC CHSL 12 April Analysis: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has successfully conducted the 2nd shift examination on day 1 of Tier 1 Computer Based Test. The computer-based examination is reportedly held at centers designated by the Commission following social distancing and COVID-19 guidelines. As the students coming out of the exam centers and views they share on CHSL April 12, 2021 Second shift difficulty level are being shared.
According to the students, the Afternoon session 2nd shift exam lasts with an overall "Moderate" level of difficulty. "Questions from the General English, General Awareness, and General Reasoning sections were easy, however a few questions of Reasoning and Mathematics were time-consuming and calculative", a student said after the examination.
The online examination consisted of a total of 100 MCQs as asked in Objective type format, each carrying 02 marks. There were 25 questions each from the four sections including General Awareness (GK), General English, General Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics. Candidates were given a total of 1 hour (60 minutes) to attempt the questions on the computer screen.
As per the initial reports received, the paper was moderate to difficult level. A couple of questions from Mathematics and Reasoning were tricky. Here is a detailed analysis of the 12th April second shift Computer-based test along with expected cut-off and good attempts for all three sections as shared by the experts.
Here are some of the Questions asked in the computer-based test for Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination 2020 posts held in the 2nd shift (Evening shift) exam of February 15, 2021 (Monday). Have a look at the level and section-wise questions asked from the General Awareness, General Intelligence & Reasoning, and Mathematics-
Video Analysis: Gagan Pratap Maths
Note- Official Answer key will be published after the Tier 1 examination is over on the websites of the Staff Selection Commission.