Every year (SSC) Staff Selection Commission make some changes in their exam pattern and syllabus. Similarly this year also following changes are made. Knowing latest SSC CGL exam pattern and syllabus help you to prepare for your exam in right direct and ultimately this would help you to crack CGL exam with good marks. Here is an important Combined exam pattern and syllabus notification from Rodha. The notification is to help you do your preparation more delightfully. You can’t crack an exam if you don’t follow the right way for that particular studies. So here is some useful information for SSC CGL candidates. All candidates are requested to read once changed exam pattern and syllabus for all the Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 which is given below.
As Rodha will be covering the exam pattern and syllabus, you will know in detail about the important topics of each subject, the types of questions asked in each topic, the level of questions, the weight of marks & most importantly help you prepare for the exam.
We will be rendering SSC online Coaching with videos created by Rodha and also practice questions are being made available to our candidates. Our aim and objective is to see our student pass all the exam and recommend us (Rodha) for others aspiring to take the exam. .
Includes both Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning
Candidates who qualify tier 1 would able to appear in this phase. Tier II is also an online mode exam in which tier 1 qualifiers have to answer 3 paper where the 3rd one is an option for everyone except the candidates who are applying for Statistical Investigator/Junior Statistical Officer posts. Paper 1 consists of English questions, paper 2 consists of quantitative abilities type questions and in paper 3 consists of statistical methods type questions.
All the candidates who have been successfully qualified above two tiers would able to appear in this tier. SSC introduce Tier III to check candidates writing skills. In this phase candidates have to answer Descriptive Paper either English or Hindi. This paper consist of 100 marks question in which applicants have to score minimum 33 percentage to qualify Tier III. Descriptive paper consist of 10+2 stranded question. This paper might be consist of essay/ Passage 250 words and letter/ Application writing of Approximately 150 words. Anyhow you can check out previous year question paper for more details.