# SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 Shift 1

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 Shift 1

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Important Dates for SSC CHSL Tier-1 Exam 2018

 Shift Timing Of SSC CHSL 2018 Exam 1 10:00-11:00 am 2 1:30-2:30 pm 3 4:30-5:30 pm

# SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)

 Subject Level Good Attempts Quantitative Aptitude Moderate 17-20 English Language Easy-Moderate 17-22 General Intelligence Easy 20-24 General Awareness Moderate 14-20 Total Easy-Moderate 66-74

# SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- Quantitative Aptitude

For SSC CHSL Tier-1 Exam – 25th March 2018 shift 1, this subject was of moderate level. Mostly questions were based on direct formulas and some were calculative.

 Topics No. of Qs Level Number System 2 Easy Ratio 1 Easy Simplification 1 Easy Speed and distance 1 Easy Profit and Loss 1 Easy Co-ordinate Geometry 1 Easy Mesuration 1-2 Easy-Moderate Trignometric 1-2 Easy-Moderate Average 1-2 Easy S.I & C.I 1 Easy Geometry 1-2 Easy-Moderate DI 3-4 Easy Total Question 25 Moderate

## SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- Quantitative Aptitude Questions Asked

1. Calculate hemisphere volume if the diameter was given

2. Area of a circle if diameter is given

3. One question was from ratio and proportion on expenditure and Saving

4. One question was on ratio of mik and water

5. The interest was 7/8 of priniciple. Calculate rate of interest?

6. (a+b)(a-b)/ a-b type question

7. Calculate average of first 7 positive od  multiple of 5.

8. One question was on work and salary. Efficiency of A and was given. Part of salary received by A.

More Questions for 25th March 2018 Shift 1 will be updated soon…

Below questions are only for practice.

1. If 7A = 5B = 2C ; find A : B : C.

A. 35:14:10

B. 14:10:35

C. 2:5:7

D. 10:14:35

Ans – D. 10:14:35

2. Which of the following number is not a prime number?

A. 731

B. 227

C. 347

D. 461

Ans – A. 731

3. A factory buys 7 machines; 2 Machine A, 2 Machine B, and rest Machine C. Prices of the Machines are Rs. 95000, Rs. 75000 and Rs. 43000 respectively. Calculate the average cost of these machines?

A. 71000

B. 67000

C. 75000

D. 65500

Ans – B. 67000

4. The value of x for which the expressions 7x + 13 and 13x -7 become equal is

A. -10/3

B. 3/1

C. -3/10

D. 10/3

Ans – D. 10/3

5. A can do a work in 15 days and B in 9 days. If they work on it together for 5 days, then what fraction of work is it.

Ans – 1/9

6. On dividing 256a2b2c2 by 64a2, we get

Ans – 4b2c2

7. Rehman walks at 8 km/hr and Roma cycles at 13 km/hr towards each other. What was the distance between them when they started if they meet after 36 minutes?

Ans – 12.6 Km

8. On a certain Principal if the Simple interest for two years is Rs. 4800 and Compound interest for the two years is Rs 5088, what is the rate of interest?

A. 6 percent

B. 24 percent

C. 12 percent

D. 18 percent

Ans – 12percent

9. Two student appeared for an examination. One of them secured 24 marks more than the other and his marks were 65% of the sum of their marks. the marks obtained by them are.

Ans – 52 and 28

10. If 3x – 4 > 2 – x/3 and 3x + 5 > 4x -5 ; then find the value of x?

A. 7

B. 10

C. -11

D. 1

Ans – 7

11. When a discount of 25% is given on a wedding gown., the profit is 32%. If the discount is 17%, then the profit is .

A. 46.08 %

B. 49 %

C. 51.92%

D. 43.16 %

Ans – A. 46.08 %

12. If 3x + 2y = 7 and 4x – y = 24 , then x – y = .

Ans – 9

13. The coordinates of the centroid of a triangle ABC are (-1,-2). what are the co-ordinates of vertex C, if co-ordinates of A and B are (6, -4) and (-2, 2) respectively.

Ans (-7,-4)

14. What is the slope of the line parallel to the line passing through the points (4, -2) and (-3,5)?

Ans – -1

# SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- English Language

For SSC CHSL Tier-1 Exam 2018 – 25th March 2018 shift 1, this subject was of easy to moderate level.

 Topics No. of Qs Level Error Detection 2-3 Easy Idioms and Phrases 1-2 Easy Synonyms 1-2 Easy Antonyms 2 Easy Active Passive 2-3 Easy Direct Indirect 1 Easy Spelling Correction 1-2 Easy Cloze Test Passage 5 Easy-Moderate Sentence Improvement 2-3 Easy Phrase Substitution 0 — Fill in the Blanks 2-3 Easy Total 25 Easy-Moderate

## SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- English Language Asked

1. Synonymous

Effervescence

2. Idioms

Cut Corners : To do something more easily, to take shortcuts, to save money by finding cheaper ways.

3. Correct Spelling

Calling

More Questions for 25th March 2018 Shift 1 will be updated soon…..

Below questions are only for your preparation.

1. In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

The lawyer tried to his client to accept the generous settlement offer.

A. draw

B. seduce

C. incite

2. Improved the bracketed part of the sentence.

The stranded pilgrims (had waited) in the bitter cold for more than two hours now.

A. has been waiting

B. have been waiting

C. have waited

D. No Improvement

Ans – B. have been waiting

The exhausted travellers seemed relieved when the train finally (came into) the station.

A. pulled in

B. pulled into

C. pulled onto

D. No Improvement

Ans – A. pulled in

3. Error Out

I am coming directly (A)/ to my office (B)/ from the station. (C)/ No Error (D)

Ans – B

The task of (A)/ writing a autobiography (B)/ is a difficult one. (C)/ No Error (D)

Ans – B

4. Rearrange the parts of the sentence in correct order.

It is for the government,

P – especially one with such a

Q – significant majority, to have the

R – intelligence and leadership to think long term

A. QRP

B. PQR

C. RPQ

D. QPR

Ans – B. PQR

There is a deeper

P – fissure here that goes

Q – from western theory

R – beyond explanations

A. PRQ

B. PQR

C. QPR

D. RPQ

Ans – A. PRQ

5. Idiom and Phrases

to drink like a fish

A. a person who spends a lot

B. a person who keeps cheating for a very long time without getting noticed.

C. a person who needs to relieve himself very frequently

D. to drink excessive amounts of alcohol.

Ans – D. to drink excessive amounts of alcohol.

down to the wire

A. removing the bondage

B. the last second before the bomb explodes

C. to denote a situation whose outcome is not decided until the very last minute

D. finishing all of one’s resources to the last penny.

Ans – C. to denote a situation whose outcome is not decided until the very last minute

6. Synonymous

to preside

A. to acquiesce

B. to concur

C. to officiate

D. to accord

Ans – C. to officiate

dabble

A. solemn

B. austere

C. meditative

D. daily

Ans – daily

6. Correct Spelling

A. thresonical

B. numeracy

C. nepotesm

D. tolarate

Ans – B. numeracy

7. One Word Substitution

A person who is lazy and has low standards of cleanliness.

A. hog

B. slob

C. swine

D. brute

Ans – B. slob

8. Antonyms

to perpetuate

A. to eternize

B. to canonize

C. to cease

D. to bolster

Ans – C. to cease

# SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- General Intelligence

For SSC CHSL Tier-1 Exam 2018 – 25th March 2018 shift 1, this subject was of easy level.

 Topics No. of Qs Level Odd One Out 3 Easy Analogy 1 Easy Paper Folding Image 1 Easy Venn Diagram 1 Easy Mirror Image 1 Easy Matrix 1 Easy Coding-Decoding 1 Easy Sequence (Acc. to Dictionary) 1 Easy Directions 1 Easy Statement & Conclusions 1 Easy Series 2-3 Easy-Moderate Blood Relation 1 Easy Mathematical Operations 2-3 Easy Total 25 Easy

## SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- General Intelligence Questions Asked

1. 5:125 :: 7:?

Questions will be updated soon

# SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- General Awareness

For SSC CHSL Tier-1 Exam 2018 – 25th March 2018 shift 1, this subject was of moderate level.

• Questions were asked from all aspects of GA, especially from Science section.
• If you have basic knowledge of Science, then you can easily score good marks in GA Section.

## SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25th March 2018 (Shift 1)- General Awareness Questions Asked

1. Calculate potential energy if mass and height are given.

Ans Ep = mgh where g = 9.8

2. National Game of Pakistan ?

Ans – Hocky

Nepal : Dnadi Biyo is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially till May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports.

Bhutan : Archery

3. Age limit of Atal Pension Yojna? Ans –

Min Age – 18 years

Max Age – 40 years

If a customer deposit the 42 rupee per month on the basis of Atal Pension Yojna, then he will get 1000 rupee per month after the age of 60. If a customer deposit Rs. 210 per month under Atal Pension yojana, then he will get Rs. 5000 per month as pension after the age of 60 years.

4. Machkund Hydro Electric Scheme between which states?

Ans – Machkund Hydro Electric Scheme is an Inter-state project of Government of Andhra Pradesh and Government of Odisha.

5. Light is which type of wave?

Ans – Transverse Wave.

6. Male Athlete at IAAF Award?

Ans – Usain Bolt from the Jamaica has been awarded the 2016 IAAF World Athelee of the Years awards in male category for sixth time.

7. Alauddin Khilzi’s first attack in India? Ans – Devagiri

8. One question related to Sanskriti Mahotsav?

More Questions for 25th March 2018 Shift 1 will be updated soon…

Below questions are only for practice.

1. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station was designed by

A. Frederick William Stevens

B. Santiago Calatrava

C. Fazlur Rahman Khan

D. Frei Otto

Ans – A. Frederick William Stevens

2. Who won Nobel prize for Physics in 2015?

A. Hiroshi Amano

B. Takkaki Kajita

C. Isamu Akasaki

D. Makoto Kobayashi

Ans – B. Takkaki Kajita

3. Kidney stones are composed of

A. Calcium Oxalate

B. Sodium Chloride

C. Magnesium Nitrate

D. Calcium Bicarbonate

Ans – A. Calcium Oxalate

4. Which of the following is not true about Angiosperms?

A. Dominant phase is gametophytes

B. Vascular bundles are present

C. Spores are heterospores

D. Seeds are covered.

Ans – A. Dominant phase is gametophytes

5. All of the following excretory (waste) products of animals, except

A. Uric Acid

B. Ammonia

C. Carbohydrates

D. Urea

Ans – C. Carbohydrates

6. RNA is a polymeric molecule. What does RNA stands for?

B. Ribo Nucleic Acid

C. Rhino Nuclear Acid

D. Resto Nucleus Acid

Ans – B. Ribo Nucleic Acid

7. The common name of dichlorodifluoromethane is .

A. galena

B. Freon

C. Gypsum

D. Borax

Ans – B. Freon

8. performs tasks such as inserting, updating, or deleting data occurrences.

A. Data definition language

B. Data manipulation language

C. Query language

D. QQL

Ans – B. Data manipulation language

9. The Razmnama is a Persian translation of the

A. Mahabharta

B. Ramayana

C. Veda

Ans – A. Mahabharta

10. If demands curve for house cleaning services is D = 24000-21P and supply curve is S = 15000 + 9P, find the equilibrium Quantity?

A. 12000 units

B. 6000 units

C. 24000 units

D. 30000 units

Ans – C. 24000 units

11. Goods whose demands is proportional to price are called?

A. inferior goods

B. veblen goods

C. normal goods

D. exclusive goods

Ans – B. veblen goods

12. Similipal Tiger Reserve is in which state?

A. Maharashtra

C. Chhatisgarh

D. Odisha

Ans – D. Odisha

13. Which of the following is a greenhouse gas or a gas which can deplete the ozone layer?

A. N2O

B. AsH3

C. N2

D. CSH12

Ans – A. N2O

14. Manohar Parrikar is India’s .

A. Railway Minister

B. Finance Minister

C. HRD Minister

D. Defence Minister

Ans – D. Defence Minister

 Topics No. of Qs Current Affairs 4-5 Polity 4 Economics 2-3 Chemistry 2-3 Physics 2-3 Biology 1-2 History 1 Geography 1 Static Awareness 1 Computer 1 Total 25

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