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SSC CHSL 5th July Exam Analysis 2024, Shift 1 Exam Review

The 5th day of the SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam is now over and candidates who came out of the exam hall from Shift 1 with satisfied faces depicted that the difficulty level of this shift was Easy to Moderate and questions were doable. Candidates who had their exam in the previous shift or have their exam in upcoming shifts must be anxious to know what questions have been asked in this shift. Below in this article, we have discussed detailed SSC CHSL 5th July Exam Analysis 2024 for shift 1 after communicating directly with the candidates who had appeared in today’s 1st shift.

SSC CHSL 5th July Exam Analysis 2024

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam consists of 4 sections namely Quantitative Aptitude, General Intelligence and Reasoning, English Comprehension, and General Awareness. For each section, there were 25 questions for 2 marks each and the duration of the exam was 60 minutes (1 hour). To help the SSC aspirants who have their exam in the next shift, you must go through the SSC CHSL Exam Analysis for 5th July 2024 Shift 1 with GA/GS questions asked in this shift. Further, we have also discussed good attempts, difficulty level, and question distribution from each section.

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2024 5th July Shift 1 Good Attempts

After analysing the difficulty level for each section and good attempts of questions to be attempted in this shift, we have provided the data in the below table. As per the candidates’ reviews who had appeared today’s 1st shift, the overall difficulty level of the SSC CHSL exam was “Easy to Moderate”. The questions of the Quantitative and General Awareness sections were of Easy to Moderate level while for English comprehension and Reasoning sections were easy.

Sections Good Attempts Difficulty Level
Quantitative Aptitude 17-19 Easy to Moderate
General Intelligence and Reasoning 20-22 Easy
English Comprehension 20-22 Easy
General Awareness 17-19 Easy to Moderate
Overall 74-82 Easy to Moderate

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SSC CHSL Today Exam Analysis 2024 5th July Shift 1

Below we have updated the detailed SSC CHSL 2024 Exam Analysis section-wise for the questions asked in the Shift-1 Exam of 5th July 2024. To help the SSC aspirants, know the pattern of the SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam, our faculty has conducted the detailed SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 5th July 2024 which has been discussed in the below section.

SSC CHSL 5th July Exam Analysis 2024 General Awareness

The candidates must check the following few questions asked in Shift 1 of 5th July 2024 from the General Awareness section. Most of the Current Affairs questions were asked from the year 2023.

  1. Computer Questions: 3 to 4 questions
  2. Polity – fundamental duty
  3. 5-year plan-related question
  4. Astronomy related question
  5. Census Lowest Literacy Rate

SSC CHSL 5th July Exam Analysis 2024 Reasoning

The following questions have been asked in today’s shift 1 exam from the General Intelligence and Reasoning section. The level of questions asked were of Easy level as per the discussion done by our faculty through SSC CHSL 5th July Exam Analysis 2024.

  1. Calendar- 2 question
  2. Figure Counting- 2 questions

SSC CHSL 5th July Exam Analysis 2024 Quantitative Aptitude

As per the candidates’ reviews, the questions asked in the Quantitative Aptitude section were of Easy to Moderate level.

  1. Circle – tangent based question
  2. Mensuration related– sphere and cylinder-based question
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