Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is organizing CHSL tier-1 computer-based test for leftover candidates who couldn't appear in April 2021. On Monday, August 09, 2021, the exam for the 1st and 2nd shifts is successfully conducted. Based on the reports, the first shift exam is over now at all the exam centers. The candidates who have appeared for the exam or going to appear in the next shift exams now can check the analysis of Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Tier 1, Exam 2021. Based on the inputs, the level of the 1st shift examination was "Moderate to Difficult".
According to feedback received from the candidates, the questions based on General Awareness were easy compared to the last shift. Whereas, questions from the Quantitative Aptitude section were a bit tricky, whereas, questions from GK and English sections were easier than the rest of the two other sections. Candidates were given a maximum of 1 hour to attempt all the questions, so candidates had to manage the time accordingly.
SSC CHSL 9 August Analysis Shift 1:
The tier-1 exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions (objective). The language of the question paper was in both Hindi and English languages. Candidates are awarded 2 marks for every correct answer and 0.50 marks will get deducted for every incorrect answer. The candidates were given a one-hour duration to attempt all the questions. In CHSL tier-1 a maximum of 200 marks can be awarded.
Here above is the CHSL Tier 1 Exam 2021 paper analysis of August 09, 2021, shift 1 exam by Gagan Pratap Sir. For shifts 2 and 3, the analysis will be shared once the examination is over.
The official answer key will be displayed on the website ssc.nic.in only after the tier 1 exam is over. The candidates will be given an opportunity to raise challenge/s against the provisional key.