Thursday, November 16, 2017

English Passage for SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam

Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives.

A classless society, however, does not mean a society without leaders. It means rather one in which every citizen becomes for the first time eligible for leadership, if he has the power to lead. It means a society in which every one is given, as far as possible, the chance to develop this power by the widest diffusion of educational opportunities in the broadest sense, and by keeping the career wide open to talents of every useful kind. It is often said that a community of equals will not allow itself to be led. But in fact, most men are, in most things, very willing to be led, and more in danger of giving their leaders too much than too little authority, especially if they are free to choose them, and assured that the leaders cannot exploit them for personal economic advantage; leadership, so far from disappearing, will come into its own in a truly democratic society. But it is likely to be a more diffused leadership than we are used to; for a better-nurtured people will have more citizens with strong wills and minds of their own, wishful to lead; some in politics, some in industry, and some in professions and arts of life.

This is the idea of a classless society. Some will reject it as contrary to their interest, some as utopian and against 'Human nature,' for there are some who deny, indeed if not in word, that the aim of society should be to promote the greatest happiness and welfare of the greatest number and others who hold, with pessimistic honesty, that most men must be driven and not led.


  1. What is the tone adopted by the author in this passage?
    (A) Expository
    (B) Factual
    (C) Critical
    (D) Satirical
    View Answer
  2. According to the passage, the kind of people who deny the idea of a classless society may be called ______
    (A) Utopian
    (B) Cynical
    (C) Idealists
    (D) Dictatorial
    View Answer
  3. What kind of people would be ideal for a classless society?
    (A) People who are assertive enough to lead
    (B) People who book no opposition
    (C) People with Conviction in their Ideas
    (D) People willing to innovate
    View Answer
  4. What kind of leadership would a classless society have ?
    (A) Leaders would not exploit others for their personal advantage
    (B) Leaders would not have too much authority over people
    (C) Many would develop leadership in the field of their interest
    (D) Every person would have a reason to lead
    View Answer
  5. According to the passage, a classless society is _____
    (A) A society in which there are no leaders
    (B) A society where no one is willing to be led.
    (C) A society where everyone would not give authority to their leaders
    (D) A society where everyone can become a leader
    View Answer
  6. Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives.

    Great books do not spring from something accidental in the great men who write them. They are the effluence of their very core, the expression of the life itself of the authors. And literature cannot be said to have served its true purpose until it has been translated into the actual life of him who reads. It is the vast reservoir of true ideas and emotions. In a world deprived of literature, the broad, the noble, the generous would tend to disappear and life would be correspondingly degraded, because the wrong idea and the petty emotion would never feel the upward pull of the ideas and emotions of genius. Only by conceiving a society without literature can it be clearly realised that the function of literature is to raise the plain towards the top level of the peaks. Literature exist so that where a man has lived finely, ten thousands may afterwards live finely. it is a means of life, it concerns the living essence.
  7. What is the function of literature?
    (A) To raise the plain above sea level.
    (B) To raise everything so that it does not sink to the sea level.
    (C) To raise the peaks towards the highest mountain.
    (D) To raise the plain towards the top level of the peaks.
    View Answer
  8. If a world is deprived of literature, what would happen to the broad, the noble and the generous?
    (A) They would be living a free life without care.
    (B) They would worry themselves into petty issues.
    (C) They would tend to dissappear and life would be correspondingly degraded.
    (D) They would celebrate life.
    View Answer
  9. Literature cannot be said to have served its true purpose untill it has been ______ into the actual life of the person who reads.
    (A) transfigured
    (B) transgressed
    (C) translated
    (D) transmuted
    View Answer
  10. What does the words "effluence of their very core" mean?
    (A) Expression which is the outflow from the heart of the author.
    (B) Expression which is the influence from people's talk.
    (C) Expression of things that the author may have thought of.
    (D) Expression that the author wrote accidentally.
    View Answer
  11. How have great books been written?
    (A) By an accidental means.
    (B) By great men who write them.
    (C) By men who think too much.
    (D) By men who imagine sometimes.
    View Answer

Sunday, September 17, 2017

New Important Idiom & Phrases for SSC CGL Tier-2 - Part 1

We have already provided some Maths Quizzes for SSC CGL Exam. If you want to check those quizzes, click on below given links:
  1. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 Set-1
  2. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 - Set 2
  3. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 Set 3
  4. Maths Quiz on Profit & Loss
  5. Maths Quiz on LCM/HCF
  6. Maths Quiz on Time & Work
  7. Maths Quiz on Profit & Loss

New Important Idiom & Phrases for SSC CGL Tier-2
  1. CARRY THE COALS TO NEWCASTLE - spending time and energy in doing something that is useless and wastage of energyव्यर्थ प्रयास करना 
  2. GALA DAY - celebration day - उल्लास का दिन 
  3. JAUNDICED EYE - to look at something with a prejudiced view - पूर्वधारणा 
  4. CAST PEARLS BEFORE SWINE - a right thing in wrong hands- भैंस के आगे बीन बजाना 
  5. JAIL BIRD - a person who is or has been confined to jail - बार बार जेल जाने वाला व्यक्ति 
  6. DEMOCLE'S SWORD - constant threat - निरंतर खतरा 
  7. ELBOW ROOM - sufficient scope to move or function - पर्याप्त स्थान 
  8. JUDAS KISS - false love - झूठा प्यार 
  9. FANCY PRICE - at any cost /at demanded price - अपव्ययी मूल्य 
  10. AN OLD FLAME - a person with whom one had a romantic relationship in the past - पुराना प्रेमी 
  11. CAT'S PAW - a person used by another as a dupe or tool- कठपुतली होना 
  12. KANGAROO COURT - an illegal court - गैरकानूनी न्यायालय 
  13. A worm's eye view-  having very little knowledge about something
  14. Chip on your shoulder- When someone is upset about something that happened a while ago
  15. Golden handshakeA big sum of money given to a person when he/she leaves a company or retires
  16. Mean business- Being serious/dedicated
  17. Back to square one - To be back at the starting point of something
  18. Close But No Cigar - Coming close to a successful outcome only to fall short at the end.
  19. Donkey’s year -a very long time (बहुत लम्बा समय)
  20. Forty winks - little sleep in day -  झपकी

Thursday, September 7, 2017

SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 Answer Key Released. Check Here

SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 was conducted from 5th August to 24th August 2017 in computer based mode. In its earlier notice, SSC had said that the Tentative Answer key will be released on 18th September 2017. However, They have surprised everyone by releasing the answer key today. Here is the official notice.



How to Check your answer Key?

  • Now, Enter Your Roll Number, Password and choose your Exam Date. Once done, Click on the Submit Button. See the below-attached screenshot.

Check your Answer key and don't forget to share your marks. All the Best!

Friday, August 25, 2017

Answer Key of SSC Tier-1 2017 will be released on 18th September 2017

SSC has notified that it will release the Answer key of SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 on 18th September 2017. As per their notice, a total of 15,43,962 candidates actually appeared in this exam which was conducted in 43 batches.

The image of that Notice is attached below. For official File- Click Here


Click here for knowing the Expected Cut-Off of SSC CGL Tier-1 2017


Answer Key of SSC Tier-1 2017 will be released on 18th September 2017

SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 Expected Cut-Off

The SSC CGL Tier I exam is over. As per Staff Selection Commission, they have Successfully conducted CGL Tier-1 exam from 5th August to 23rd August 2017. Now, Most of you must be looking for expected cut-off. Right?

So, Let's first analyze the paper. We will predict the cut off after comparing the difficulty level with last year. So. Let's Begin.
SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 Expected Cut-Off

SSC CGL Overall Exam Analysis 2017

SSC CGL Tier 1 2017: Reasoning Section
The Difficulty level of this section was almost same in all shift. Most of the students found this section pretty easy.
SSC CGL Tier 1 2017: General Awareness
The difficulty level of this section varied across the shifts. In earlier shifts the level was easy but the difficulty level kept increasing towards the last day last shift of the exam.
SSC CGL Tier 1 2017: Quantitative Aptitude
In this section, the difficulty level varied across all days. The level of questions was difficult in earlier shifts but it kept decreasing in later shifts. However, Students found many irregularities in topics. In many shifts, 2-3 Questions were asked from Geometry section as well whereas in many other shifts, Not even a single question was asked from this section. In last few days, Questions were asked even from coordinate geometry whereas the question of Reflection was a bit new to aspirants. 

Overall, This section was Moderate - Tough
SSC CGL Tier 1 2017: English Section
This section surprised students because we saw some major changes in it. Questions from Narration, Voices and Cloze Test were also asked this year. However, The level of this section was similar across all the shifts which were moderate to difficult. In last 4-5 shifts, the passage was also asked.The level of Vocabulary was good.

Previous Year Cut-Off of CGL Tier-1

Category Cut-off marks (out of 200)
2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
SC 114 80.25 77 77 64
ST 103 74.25 69.5 69 62
OBC 125.50 89.50 82 85 70
Ex-S 92 67.75 62 25 25
OH 97 69.00 68.75 67 60
HH 20 20.00 25 25 25
VH 68 51.00 40 61 25
GEN 137 102.25 96.5 102 82


CGL Tier-1 2017 Vs CGL Tier-1 2016
  1. Time - Last year, 75 minutes were given for solving 100 questions. However, This year, Students got only 60 minutes for solving 100 questions. It will definitely impact the cut-off.
  2. Level of Questions- Last year, The level of questions were extremely easy. It was so easy that most of the students were able to attempt 85+ questions with ease. However, The story is not same this year. SSC increased the level of questions in Maths and English due to which an attempt of 75-80 is considered good. As you can see, It will also impact the cut-Off.
  3. Number of Students Actually Appeared in the Exam- It won't affect the cut-Off because almost same number of students have taken the exam this year. Last year, around 15 Lakh students appeared in the exam. The data of this year is also almost same.


SSC CGL Tier 1 Expected Cut Off 2017


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SSC CGL Tier 1 Expected Cut-off 2017
General
120 - 125
OBC
108 - 113
SC
97 – 103
ST
84 – 92



If you are getting more marks than our Expected-Cut Off Marks, You should start preparing for Tier-2 without wasting your time. Do not wait for the Result. Last year, The level of Tier-2 Exam was quite Good. We are expecting even better level this year. So, Be ready for that.


SSC Doesn't believe in Normalization. So, If you are participating in debates related to it on Social Media, You are just wasting your time. 

Saturday, August 5, 2017

SSC CGL 2016 Final Cut-Off Marks for All Posts (Category-Wise)

As you already know, The final result of SSC CGL 2016 has been declared. We are providing you Category-Wise Cut-Off marks for all posts. If you are preparing for SSC CGL 2017, You should definitely check the cutOff marks as it will help you to set your target for your dream job.

Cut-Off Marks = Tier I + Tier II (Paper I + Paper II + Paper IV) + Tier III

Assistant Audit Officer(AAO)

  1. General- 643.75
  2. OBC - 610.50
  3. VH- No Post
  4. HH-415.50
  5. OH-534.25
  6. Ex-Servicemen-
  7. ST-534.25
  8. SC-558.50

Cut-Off Marks = Tier I + Tier II (Paper I + Paper II) + Tier III


Sub-Inspector, Central Bureau of Narcotics
  1. SC- 483.25
  2. ST- 473.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen- 422
  4. OH- 0
  5. HH- 0
  6. OBC- 524.50
  7. VH- 0
  8. General- 536
Sub-Inspector , National Investigation Agency
  1. SC- 487.25
  2. ST-474
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No Post
  4. OH- No post
  5. HH- NO Post
  6. OBC- 528
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 539.25
Tax Assistant in CBEC
  1. SC- 455.25
  2. ST- 430
  3. Ex-Servicemen-350.25
  4. OH-419.50
  5. HH-294.75
  6. OBC-502.50
  7. VH- 421
  8. General- 513.50
UDC in Border Road Organisation
  1. SC- 459.25
  2. ST- 436.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No Post
  4. OH-No Post
  5. HH-No Post
  6. OBC-503
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 515.75
ASO in CSS 
  1. SC- 495.50
  2. ST-473.75
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No post
  4. OH- 476.50
  5. HH- 407.25
  6. OBC-529.75
  7. VH- 481.75
  8. General- 548.50

ASO in Intelligence Bureau
  1. SC- 494.25
  2. ST-482.75
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No Posts
  4. OH-No Post
  5. HH-No post
  6. OBC- 537.75
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 549

ASO in Ministry of Railways 
  1. SC- 525.25
  2. ST-503.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No Post
  4. OH-No Post
  5. HH- 411.75
  6. OBC-546.25
  7. VH- 510.75
  8. General- 561

ASO in Ministry of External Affairs 
  1. SC- 507.50
  2. ST- 481.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No Post
  4. OH- 521.75
  5. HH- 385.75
  6. OBC-542
  7. VH- 386
  8. General- 558.75 

ASO in AFHQ 
  1. SC- 497.75
  2. ST-481.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No post
  4. OH-539.75
  5. HH- 387
  6. OBC-541.25
  7. VH- 488.50
  8. General- 552.50
Assistant in Other Ministries/Departments/Organisations with Grade pay Rs. 4600/-
  1. SC- 505.75
  2. ST- 489.50
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No post
  4. OH- 492.25
  5. HH- No Post
  6. OBC- 538
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 549.25
Assistant in Other Ministries/Departments/Organisations with Grade pay Rs.4200/-
  1. SC- 490.50
  2. ST-482
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No post
  4. OH- 463
  5. HH- 389
  6. OBC- 528.50
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 543.50
Inspector of Income Tax 
  1. SC- 506.25
  2. ST- 500.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen- 477.25
  4. OH- 466.75
  5. HH- 466.75
  6. OBC- 544.75
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 558.75
Inspector (Central Excise) 
  1. SC- 488
  2. ST-482.50
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No Post
  4. OH-457
  5. HH- 388.25
  6. OBC- 529.25
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 539.25
Inspector (Preventive Officer) 
  1. SC- 495
  2. ST- 490.50
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No Post
  4. OH-456.50
  5. HH- 398.75
  6. OBC-536
  7. VH- No Posts
  8. General- 548.50
Inspector (Examiner) 
  1. SC- 518
  2. ST-515
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No Post
  4. OH-471
  5. HH-No Post
  6. OBC-554
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 568.75
Assistant Enforcement Officer 
  1. SC- 499.25
  2. ST-491
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No Post
  4. OH-No Post
  5. HH- No Post
  6. OBC- 539.25
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 554.75
Sub Inspector, CBI
  1. SC- 487.50
  2. ST-473.50
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No Post
  4. OH-No Post
  5. HH- No post
  6. OBC-528.25
  7. VH- No Post
  8. General- 543.25
Inspector of Posts
  1. SC- 486.75
  2. ST-475
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No Post
  4. OH-No post
  5. HH-No Post
  6. OBC- 527.75
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 538.50
Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics)
  1. SC- 488.50
  2. ST-No Post
  3. Ex-Servicemen-No Post
  4. OH-No Post
  5. HH- No Post
  6. OBC-532.75
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 544.25
Auditor in Offices under CAG 
  1. SC- 484.25
  2. ST-471.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen- 455.25
  4. OH- 455.75
  5. HH-382.75
  6. OBC-526
  7. VH- No Posts
  8. General- 536.75
Auditor in Offices under CGDA.
  1. SC- 463.50
  2. ST-439.50
  3. Ex-Servicemen-373
  4. OH-428.50
  5. HH- 338.25
  6. OBC-507.50
  7. VH- 420
  8. General- 521.75 
Auditor in Offices under CGA & Others (NTRO)
  1. SC-482.50 
  2. ST-466.50
  3. Ex-Servicemen- No Post
  4. OH-No post
  5. HH- No post
  6. OBC-No post
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 536.75
Accountant/Junior Accountant in Offices under CAG 
  1. SC- 463.25
  2. ST- 444.25
  3. Ex-Servicemen- 414.25
  4. OH-434.25
  5. HH- 335.50
  6. OBC-507.25
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 521.50
Accountant/Junior Accountant in Offices under CGA & Others 
  1. SC- 462.25
  2. ST-437.50
  3. Ex-Servicemen- 404.50
  4. OH- 429.50
  5. HH- 345.50
  6. OBC-505.75
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 519.50
UDC in Central Govt./Ministries/Other than CSCS cadres. 
  1. SC- 462.75
  2. ST-437
  3. Ex-Servicemen-393.25
  4. OH-435.75
  5. HH-364.25
  6. OBC-505.50
  7. VH- No post
  8. General- 519.25
Tax Assistant in CBDT 
  1. SC- 458.25
  2. ST- 434
  3. Ex-Servicemen- 357.25
  4. OH-424.25
  5. HH- 305.50
  6. OBC-503.50
  7. VH- 440.50
  8. General- 516.50

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Important Instructions for SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 Aspirants

As you already know, SSC CGL Tier-1 will be conducted from 5th August 2017 to 24th August 2017. SSC has published an official instruction manual for CGL aspirants. We are listing those Instructions. You can download the official File from Here.

 Important Instructions for SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 Aspirants

CANDIDATES ARE STRICTLY ADVISED TO DESIST FROM BRINGING BAGS, MOBILE PHONES AND PROHIBITED ITEMS INTO THE EXAMINATION VENUE. 
  1. Prohibited Items: watches, books, pens, paper chits, magazines, electronic gadgets (mobile phones, Bluetooth devices, head phones, pen/buttonhole cameras, scanner, calculator, storage devices etc) are STRICTLY NOT ALLOWED in the examination lab
  2. Pen/pencil and paper for rough work would be provided in the examination lab. Electronic watch (timer) will be available on the computer screen allotted to the candidates. 
  3.  It is reiterated that Candidates should not bring Bags and prohibited items as mentioned above to the examination venue. In case they bring any such item, they would have to make their own arrangements for safe custody of such items. The Commission shall not make any arrangement nor be responsible for the safe custody of any such item. 
  4. If any such item is found in the possession of a candidate in the examination lab, his/her candidature liable to be cancelled and legal/criminal proceedings could be initiated against him/her. He/she would also liable to be debarred from appearing in future examinations of the Commission for a period of 3 years.
  5. Candidates should not wear charms, veil, items containing metals such as ring, bracelet, earrings, nose-pin, chains, necklace, pendants, badge, brooch, hair pin, hair band, clothes with full sleeves or big buttons, etc. Candidates are advised to wear open footwear like chappal, flotter, instead of shoes as the candidates would be asked to remove shoes by the frisking staff.  
  6.   Candidates are cautioned that they should appear only once for the Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-1), 2017. Any candidate, who appears more than once for the examination, would not only be disqualified from the said examination but would also be debarred for three years from all examinations conducted by the Commission
  7. Candidates must also refrain from creating any obstruction during the conduct of the Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-1), 2017. If any candidate is found obstructing the conduct of the examination or creating disturbances at the examination venue, his/her candidature shall be summarily cancelled. Such candidate shall also be liable to be debarred from future examinations of the Commission and legal/criminal proceedings could be initiated against him/her.
  8.  It may also be noted that no re-examination would be conducted if it is found that the examination was disrupted on account of instigation by the candidates.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

SSC CGL Tier-1 2016 All Sets Question Paper with Answer PDF at One Place (43 Sets)

Hello Readers,

As you all know, SSC has a knack of repeating previous year questions. If you are preparing for SSC CGL 2017 Exam, Make sure you have solved all the previous year questions of SSC CHSL & SSC CGL.

In this Post, We are sharing the SSC CGL Tier-1 2016 All Sets Question Paper with Answer in PDF format. The best part is, You will find all of 43 sets at one place. Click below-given links to download them.

SSC CGL Tier-1 2016 All Sets Question Paper with Answer PDF at One Place (43 Sets) - Download Now



SSC CGL 2016 All Sets Question Paper with Answer PDF at One Place (43 Sets)

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

SSC CHSL 2015 Document Verification Dates Announced(All Regions)

Staff Selection Commission has announced the dates for the Verification of Documents of SSC CHSL 2015 Exam. Its result was declared a few days ago. The Document Verification dates for various regions are listed below:
SSC CHSL 2015 Document Verification Dates Announced(All Regions)


Saturday, July 1, 2017

Mixed GK Quiz on Expected Question for SSC CGL 2017

GK section will be the decider in SSC CGL Tier-1 2017. It can make or break your chances of clearing SSC CGL 2017 this year. So, Do not take this section lightly. This quiz has 10 mixed questios from different subjects like History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry etc. So, Participate in this Quiz and evaluate your preparation level.

You can also participate in our other quizzes by clicking on below given links:
  1. Geography Quiz - Set 1
  2. Geography Quiz- Set 2
  3. Mixed GK Quiz for SSC CGL
Maths Quizzes

  1. Which of the following planets observes the shortest day?
    (A) Jupiter
    (B) Uranus
    (C) Mars
    (D) Saturn
    View Answer
  2. What is Rayon?
    (A) Alloy
    (B) Semi Synthetic Fiber
    (C) Natural Fibre
    (D) None of the above
    View Answer
  3. Somesvara II was a king of which of the following dynasties?
    (A) Chola
    (B) Rashtrkuta
    (C) Pallava
    (D) Chalukya
    View Answer
  4. Which of the following mammal lays eggs?
    (A) Squirrel
    (B) Platypus
    (C) Bat
    (D) None of the above
    View Answer
  5. Kathiawar peninsula is a type of
    (A) Ria Shoreline
    (B) Dalmatian Shoreline
    (C) Emerged Shoreline
    (D) None of the above
    View Answer
  6. Which of the following is a bio diesel plant?
    (A) Jatropha
    (B) Pepper
    (C) Noni
    (D) Euthropa
    View Answer
  7. Amu Darya does not pass through which of the following countries?
    (A) Afghanistan
    (B) Turkmenistan
    (C) Tajikistan
    (D) Pakistan
    View Answer
  8. Which of the following is/are a type of digestion?
    (A) Mechanical Digestion
    (B) Chemical Digestion
    (C) Biochemical Digestion
    (D) Both (1) and (2)
    View Answer
  9. Unnunili Sandesam is a literary work belonging to which language?
    (A) Tamil
    (B) Telugu
    (C) Kannada
    (D) Malayalam
    View Answer
  10. Bolometer is a device used to measure
    (A) Electric Current
    (B) Electromagnetic Radiation
    (C) Ocean Depth
    (D) Amplitude
    View Answer

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017 with Solution and Explanation

Maths is a scoring paper in SSC CGL. Many students score more than 190 out of 200 in Tier-2 that help them grab their dream job.

 To help you perform better in this section, we are providing you a Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017. This quiz comprises 10 questions. Try to solve these questions as fast as you can.

We will keep posting more Maths quizzes for SSC CGL Exam. So, keep visiting us.


We have already provided some Maths Quizzes for SSC CGL Exam. If you want to check those quizzes, click on below given links:

  1. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 Set-1
  2. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 - Set 2
  3. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 Set 3
  4. Maths Quiz on Profit & Loss
  5. Maths Quiz on LCM/HCF
  6. Maths Quiz on Time & Work
  7. Maths Quiz on Profit & Loss

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 1. Seema had to divide 1080 by N, a two-digit number. Instead, She performed the division using M which is obtained by reversing the digits of N and ended up with a quotient which was 25 less than what she should have obtained otherwise. If 1080 is exactly divisible by N and M, find the sum of the digits of N.

    1. 7
    2. 9
    3. 12
    4. 5
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option B
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017


Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 3. A theif steals car at 1:30 P.M and drvies it at 45 km/hr. The theft is discovered at 2 P.M and the owner sets off in another car at 50 Km/hr. He will overtake the theif at 

    1. 3:45 PM
    2. 4:30 PM
    3. 5:30 PM
    4. 6:30 PM
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option D
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 4.A train, travelling at the rate of 18.5 miles an hour, started at 7 a.m. on a journey of 148 miles. A second train started from the same station and arrived 15 min after the first one. If the speed of the second train to that of the first train is 8:5, When did the second train start?

    1. 10:15 AM
    2. 10:45 AM
    3. 11:05 AM
    4. 11:20 AM
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option A
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 5. Tomy was born 30 years after his father was born. His sister was born 25 years after his mother was born. The average age of his family is 26.25 years right now. His sister will get married 4 years from now and will leave the family. Then, the average age of the family will be (107/3) years. What is the age of his father?

    1. 37 years
    2. 46 years
    3. 35 years
    4. 45 years
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option D
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017


Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 7.The average age of Joy's family(including his wife Sorrow and himself) immediately after Joy had his first child was 14 years. The avergae age of the family immediately after the birth of the second, third and the fourth child was 12, 12 and 15 years respectively. If the average age of Joy and his Wife Sorrow when they got married was 18 years, then find the number of years after marriage that their second child was born.

    1. 7 Years
    2. 2 Years
    3. 6 Years
    4. 5 Years
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option D
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 8. Ankur and Ashok started a business. Ankur invested the capital amounting to Rs 4500000 with the condition that the profit to be equally divided and that Ashok pays interest on half of the capital to Ankur at 10% but receives Rs 120000 per month for carrying on the business. What is their total yearly profit if Ashok's income is double of Ankur's income?

    1. Rs 7808000
    2. Rs 8609000
    3. Rs 1980000
    4. Rs 9209000
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option C
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 10.A merchant makes a profit of P% by selling an article for Rs 24. Had the cost price and selling price been interchanged, it would have led to a loss of 62.5% of P%. With the latter cost price, what should be the new selling price to get a profit of P%?

    1. Rs 28.20
    2. Rs 38.40
    3. Rs 48.60
    4. Rs 58.45
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option B
    Explanation:
    Note:

Friday, June 9, 2017

9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO - PDF(Hindi Version)

We have already provided the PDF of 9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO in English Version . This time, We are providing the Hindi Version of the same PDF file so that Hindi Medium Students can also get benefitted.

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO - PDF (English Version)

In Exams like SSC CGL, SSC CPO and SSC CHSL, General Knowledge plays a crucial role because it comprises 50 marks in Tier-1 Exam in the above-mentioned exams. It means If you neglected this subject, You will end up losing a lot of your marks.

At the same time, You can also score pretty good marks in this subject just by memorizing previous year questions. In this Post we are sharing a PDF file containing 9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO . This File is in the English Language. Make sure you download this file and check all questions at least thrice before appearing in SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 Exam.

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One Word Substitution Asked in SSC Exams from 1997 to 2016 - PDF

One Word Substitution is an Important topic especially for SSC CGL, SSC CPO and SSC CHSL Exam. Through this post, We are sharing the PDF of One Word Substitution Asked in SSC Exams from the year 1997 to 2016. 

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