SSC, Staff Selection Commission has concluded the three shifts of the SSC CHSL tier 1 exam today. Lakhs of students have registered for the SSC CHSL exam. The commission has scheduled the exam for some days.
The commission has positively concluded the exam for 18th April. The students needed to wear masks, bring sanitizer and maintain social distancing in the examination center.
FEEDBACK OF SSC CHSL TIER 1 EXAM
The commission received feedback from the candidates regarding the difficulty level of the exam. The exam which was conducted in the second and third shifts was moderately difficult. There were four sections and questions were of 2 marks each.
MARKING SCHEME, DURATION AND PATTERN
Talking about the SSC CHSL exam for the 1st shift, there were a total number of 100 questions. The total number of marks of the exam was 200. There was a negative marking scheme also. Students would lose 0.5 marks on every wrong answer. They got 60 minutes to complete the exam. On the other hand, PwD students got additional 20 minutes to complete their exam.
LEVELS OF SSC CHSL TIER 1 EXAM
The question paper was moderately difficult for the students. The analysis for the SSC CHSL tier 1 exam includes question patterns, difficulty level, and other important information to know about.
ANALYSIS OF SSC CHSL TIER 1 EXAM
Students can go through the information given below to analyze the SSC CHSL exam for 18th April.
APRIL 18, 2ND SHIFT
For the second shift, General Intelligence questions were both moderate and difficult. General Awareness questions were both easy and moderate. The English Comprehension part was easy and Quantitative Aptitude was difficult.
APRIL 18, 3RD SHIFT
For the 3rd shift, General Intelligence questions were difficult. General Awareness and English Comprehension part was moderate. Quantitative Aptitude questions were both moderate and difficult.
However, the level of SSC CHSL exam for the second and third shifts was moderately difficult.