Staff Selection Commission CHSL SSC Tier 1 exam date has been announced. SSC CHSL Tier 1 under examination on the computer based test held in 2016 from January 7, 2017 will be held between February 8, 2017. Total 64.09 in the examination, 965 candidates are expected to attend.
The SSC exams is an excellent opportunity for candidates in different departments through which they can get a government job. SSC examination under Clerk / Data Entry Operator / Court Clerk 5000+ posts, including the examination is conducted. The test is conducted in three stages, ie Tier 3 is -1.2.
SSC CHSL 2016: Test Pattern
SSC according to the requirements of government departments and organizations of the examination of 2016 CHSL test pattern has changed. This test four subjects namely English, general awareness, reasoning and mathematics have been included. The four topics will be asked in the exam objective. Each section has 25 questions and each question is 2 points and a total of 200 questions will be set for it. The test will be of 75 minutes duration.
Both verbal and non-verbal reasoning questions under the theme will be based on. SSC usually verbal and non-verbal, both questions are asked, so it is essential that you hold on to these questions must be both rationally.
Most questions about English grammar is tested through which your general English. English resolve the question of when to be cautious, because if you are answering your questions by coinage is more likely to be negative marking.
It is the most important aspect for any competitive examination and that is why the basic rules of grammar and the English well quantative Aptitude (quantitative aptitude) for algebra, arithmetic, geometry, trigonometry and mensuration of the basic rules of reasoning aptitude for reasoning needs to be aware of the rules. Click here to check ssc chsl exam results 2017.
• negative marking (negative marking): Test points will be deducted for each wrong answer, so it is essential that you avoid bad off. 0.50 number is negative marking. You need to exercise caution in answering questions, especially general awareness (General Aveyrne c) and in the English section of the two sections are many confusing questions.