Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is about to display the Answer key for Paper 1 for CPO computer based exam, held on November 25. Commission shall officially display the Answer key after the concluding the Online examination on Thursday. Candidates appear for the SSC CPO 25 November shift 1/ 2 examination can have a look at paper analysis of Paper 1 held in morning shift and afternoon shift. Ahead of the publication of official Answer key paper analysis, students' reactions after the exam, overall-paper difficulty level, are explained.
According to the schedule, SSC on Wednesday successfully conducts the Online examination for the third consecutive day, for the post of Sub Inspector in Delhi Police, CAPF, and Assistant Sub Inspector in CISF. Commission organizes the Computer Based Examination for CPO paper 1, following the social-distancing norms. The examination is organized following the social-distancing norms, at the examination centres spread across the country.
Based on a report covered outside the examination centre, candidates can have a look at students views on paper difficulty level and overall analysis of shift 1 and shift 2 paper. Candidates can have a look at the SSC organized CPO 25th November held shift 1 and shift 2 examination. The computer based examination held in two shifts-1st beginning at 09:30 am and lasted at 11:30 am. The second shift online examination began at 03:00 pm and lasted at 05:00 pm. The examination duration for each shift is 2 hours.
A proper safety measures were adopted for the safety of students and staff at all the examination centres. Students are only allowed wearing face cover/ masks inside the exam premises. Entry for the morning shift began at 08:30 am began with thermal scanning at all the entry points at allotted centres. Baed on the anticipation SSC CPO provisional answer key, response sheet, and intimation on challenges would be communicated likely within 15 days of the examination at ssc.nic.in.
The Shift 1 examination is termed as moderate to difficult level. The questions asked in the Quantitative Aptitude and General Knowledge were a bit lengthy and time consuming. Here's the detailed analysis of November 25, shift 1 CPO examination.
From General Knowledge (GK) section a total 50 questions were asked from Current Affairs, Awards and Honours, Books and Authors, Sports, Important events, Govt schemes, and Scientific Research.
A total 50 questions were asked from the General Reasoning section, containing Verbal Reasoning, Seat Arrangement, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Directions, Time and Distance, Data Sufficiency, Coding & Decoding, Code Inequalities, Input and Output.
Quantitative Aptitude- Total fifty questions were asked from Ratio and Percentage, Data Interpretation (DI), Percentage, Mesuration and Geometry, Interest, Problems of Ages, Number Series, Time and Work, and Data Insufficiency.
English Comprehension- The section contained a total 50 questions from Reading Comprehension, English Grammer, Verbal Ability, Synonyms-Antonyms, Vocabulary, Active-Passive Voice, Para-Jumbles, Error Correction, and Fill in the blanks.