SSC CGL 2019 Tier 1 (Day 3 Analysis, Tips and Questions asked) All Shifts

SSC CGL 2019 Tier 1 (Day 3 Analysis, Tips and Questions asked) All Shifts


Learn Art of Skipping: Not all questions in CGL are meant to be solved and the time to solve each question varies considerably. You must not try to solve each and every question. Learn when to skip a question, remember every second count.

Time Management: This is the most important and crucial part of the CGL Exam. Some questions take more time than others. You must skip those questions for later and solve the questions which are easier and takes comparatively less time. 

Avoid Ego: Do not let your ego trick yourself. You might be consistently solving 25/25 questions of Reasoning / Maths in Mock tests but, now you need to think about skipping some of the time taking and calculative questions so easy unexplored questions may be attempted. 

Section Wise Tips

Reasoning: Do not take reasoning for granted, if you are unable to solve all 25 questions quickly, skip for other questions/sections. This year the level of reasoning has improved significantly. A few questions are more time-consuming. (Ideal Time: 18-20 Minutes)

General Awareness: This year's General Awareness section is similar to previous years. Approximately 78 questions are asked from current affairs. January is the most important month for current affairs questions. If you know the answer or even can eliminate 2 options, you should attempt the question. Do not waste time on thinking, its GK, either you know or you don't know you cant calculate answers. This section Should not take more than 4-5 minutes.

Maths: This year Maths questions were bit calculative and time taking. If you have your basics clear, you can solve the questions, but again use the art of skipping difficult (time taking) questions for last. You should make sure that no question is left unread, sometimes easy questions are left as students have not seen them due to time constraints. Most importantly, Do not Try to derive/invent any theorem/formula, just focus on solving the solvable. (Ideal Time: 25-30 Minutes)

English:  English (though a foreign language) was the easiest section among all. All vocabulary part was easy and from previous year questions (just revise "Section A" of Black Book). 2 questions each were asked from Antonyms / Synonyms / Spelling / OWS / Idioms / PQRS / Voice / Narration / Error Detection / Sentence Improvements and a cloze test with 5 questions. (8 - 10 Minutes)

GK Questions asked in SSC CGL 2019   SHIFT-1 (05th March 2020)
  • Mahabalipuram was built by which dynasty - Pallava dynasty
  • Sawai Jai Singh established  - Jaipur city
  • Quit India movement started by Gandhiji in - Mumbai
  • Mahatma Gandhi started movement after the Jallianwala bagh massacre was - Non - cooperation movement 
  • Pongal 4th day is called - Kaanum Pongal
  • Which is the largest national park in the Eastern Himalayan region? - Namdapha National Park
  • Longest south India river? - Godavari
  • Best police station in India - Aberdeen in Andaman and Nicobar Islands
  • What is the color of the rays falling by the sun on the surface of the earth? White/Spectral
  • One Question on Avogadro law / Charles law
  • Plastic Waste Management Award 2020
  • 107th science congress theme at Bengaluru - Rural Development
  • Ishwar Sharma was honoured with 2020 the Global Child Prodigy Award in - Yoga
  • Polly Umrigar Award to whom - Jasprit Bumrah
  • Ms. G. Babita Rayudu takes charge as Executive Director of - SEBI
  • Largest open-air theatre in the world - Dhanu Jatra, Odisha
  • The boat race is celebrated in which festival in Kerala? - Onam

GK Questions asked in SSC CGL 2019   SHIFT-2 (05th March 2020)

  • Alai Darwaza built by - Allaudin Khilji
  • Gadar party formed by Lala Hardayal in - 1913
  • Who refused knighthood after Jallianwala bagh massacre - Rabindranath Tagore
  • Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan in - 1960
  • Headquarters of BCCI located at - Mumbai
  • Which is the golden city of India? - Jaisalmer
  • The world's longest man-made waterway - The Grand Canal of China
  • If two objects are kept at 120 degrees, then images formed by mirror - 2 images
  • Which of the following is not an ore of iron - cuprite
  • A homogeneous mixture of two or more components is called - Solution
  • Which vitamin deficiency leads to anemia? - Vitamin B12
  • Which of the following is not a fish? -  Starfish
  • Constitution of India Part 8 deals with - Union Territories
  • Which article is related to National Commission for Backward Classes - 338B
  • Indian female football team won SAFF continuously for which time? - 5th times
  • Which of the following amputee to reach Mount Everest? - Arunima Sinha
  • Lt. Governor of Jammu & Kashmir - Girish Chandra Murmu

GK Questions asked in SSC CGL 2019   SHIFT-3 (05th March 2020)
  • When did the Congress Socialist Party formed? - 1934
  • Viceroy of Bengal akal in 1943 - ​linlithgow
  • Governor-General of Bengal during the great famine of Bengal in 1770 -  Warren Hastings
  • Who planned kakori conspiracy? - Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaqulla Khan
  • Samadhi sthal (cemetery) of Rani Lakshmibai at - Gwalior
  • Tansen award is given by which Institution? - Ustad Alauddin Khan Kala Evam Sangeet Academy
  • Military Exercise held between India and Oman? - Oman
  • Under which article 22 national language comes - Article 344(1) and 351
  • Milan 2020 (cancelled due to Corona Virus effect) is going to be held in - Visakhapatnam
  • President of Archery association of India - Arjun Munda
  • Who is the founder of Bombay stock exchange? - Premchand Roychand
  • Who is the president of National Book Trust? - Govind Prasad Sharma
  • How many highway meet to form National Highway 44 - 7 National Highways
  • How many national parks are there in India? - 104
  • On which River Lothal is situated? - between the Sabarmati River and its tributary Bhogavo
  • The Berach River flows from which region in Rajasthan? - Udaipur
  • Chamical formula (Name) of epsom salt - MgSo4 (magnesium Sulfate)
  • Which of the following acids is not found in grapes? - Formic/Acetic Acid
  • Female Weightlifter banned by NADA recently - Seema
  • Rank of India in Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index for 2019 - 34th rank
  • Harbhajan Singh is a brand ambassador of - Brune & Bareskin
  • Which liquid is used in thermometer except mercury? - Ethanol

English Questions Asked in SSC CGL 2019   SHIFT-1+2+3 (05rd March 2020)
  1. Dexter or Dexterity
  2. Divide
  3. Retain
  4. Violent
  5. Swerve
  6. catastrophic
  7. Solidarity
  1. Expensive
  2. Erudite
  3. Bizarre
  4. Hostile
  5. Sluggish
  1. Creator
  2. Chopper
  3. Reimbursement
  4. Definition
  5. Beneficiary
  6. Definite
  7. Commemorate
  • OWS
  1. Insolvent - One who is unable to pay his debts
  2. Harangue - a lengthy and aggressive speech
  3. Murmur - a low continuous background noise
  4. Alma meter - the university, school, or college that one formerly attended
  5. Fable - a short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral
  • Idioms
  1. A bed of roses - an easy and comfortable situation in which a person likes to live
  2. A close-fisted (person) - not willing to spend or give much money; mean; stingy
  3. Take the Bull by the horns - To deal with a difficult situation with determination and bravery
  4. Flog a dead horse - to waste effort on something when there is no chance of succeeding
  5. Add Fuel To The Fire - makes a miserable situation even worse
  6. Hobson's choice - a choice of taking what is available or nothing at all

More questions will be uploaded in due time. If you have appeared today in SSC CGL 2019 exam please comment other questions through the comment box.

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