SSC CGL Tier 1 5 August Answer Key, Exam Analysis Slot 1/2/3 – SSC CGL Exam Analysis 2017, SSC CGL Tier 1 Analysis 2017 & Review, SSC CGL Morning Shift Analysis 2017 for Slot 1, Slot 2 and Slot 3. SSC CGL 5 August 2017 Asked Questions, SSC Staff Selection Commission Successfully conducted the online examination on 5 august 2017 in 3 Slot from 10 AM to 11.15 AM, 1.15 PM to 2.30 PM and 4.15 PM to 5.30 PM at various examination centre. A Large number of applicants applied for SSC CGL 2017 now they are looking for Question Paper and Answer Key. Applicants can get here Experts Review on the basis of Students Reaction on Exam. We are here to provide you complete detail about SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key 2017 SSC CGL 2017 Tier-I Overall Review and Analysis.
As Today is First Dat of highly Competitive Exam SSC CGL 2017 Exam which is conducted from 5 August2 017 to 25 august 2017 here we are discussing all about the SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Review and Analysis 2017 which is prepared on the basis of Students Reactions. As
SSC CGL Exam Duration was 60 Minute. Total number of Questions was 100. Total Marks for SSC CGL Tier 1 is 200 and Negative Marking for Each Wrong Answer is .50.
SSC CGL Tier 1 5 August 2017 shift 1 (Day 1 ) Review and Analysis
Section wise Analysis
-General Intelligence and Reasoning
This is most scoring section of the Paper. The Level of Question was as same as last year. Questions from analogy and Classification section were higher. An Attempt of 20-22 Questions with high Accuracy will be considered good.
Some of Questions Asked in shift 1 –
BAD=7 NAM=9, then BAM =?
3, 7, 16, 35 ?
SSC CGL Shift 1 Analysis for General Awareness –
As we all know GK is Vast Subject. 3-4 Current Questions asked. If you are good in GK then this section boost up your overall score. An Attempt of 14-16 Questions with Good Accuracy will be good.
Some Questions –
Unit of Force?
Minimum Age of Vice President
Constituents of Smog
Who was son of Chamdragupta
Which dynasty came after tugahlak Dynasty
SSC CGL Answer key 2017: How to Estimate Marks
First of all, take the answer key according to your question paper set.
Candidates should use correct set answer key, otherwise calculation of marks will be incorrect.
Now start checking your answers with downloaded answer key.
And allocate marks to your answer according to the marking scheme.
When you done with matching process, add all correct marks and add all incorrect marks independently and then
subtract each other. Final outcome would be your approximate marks.