Comparison of Papers Expected cut off and Paper Analysis of SSC CGL 2014 Tier 1 Exam 19 Oct & 26 Oct both shifts

Paper analysis of SSC CGL 2014 Tier 1 Exam 19 Oct & 26 Oct both Morning and Evening Shift
Part A – General Intelligence & Reasoning
General Intelligence & Reasoning part of both dates & both shifts is easy. Most of the questions of this section are easy to moderate level. Many of candidates have attempted 40+ questions in this section with accuracy. As all sets of this examination is lengthy so 35 – 40 Marks in this section is a good score but if you are scoring more than 40+ marks in this section it will an advantage for you in scoring marks.

Part B – General Awareness
This section is tough than previous SSC CGL Exams. Earlier SSC asks traditional questions of science, economics, geography, history & polity. In 19th Oct morning paper they asked professional question of science, as candidates
prepared only general science so they have no clues about this question, even science graduate candidates are unable to solve these questions, same problem is with the questions of economics, Even economics graduate didn’t heard that terminology asked by ssc in the question paper. In polity section they asked the question of world politics. So GS paper level of morning shift is hard. 19 Oct Evening GS question paper level is moderate, the science question of this section is moderate but economics, history & polity question are hard. 26 Oct morning GS paper was a surprise for all candidates, Approx 10 question were asked from June – August 2013 current affairs & it’s difficult for anyone to attempt these question. May be they have distributed approx 01 year old question paper to 26 Oct morning shift candidates, Geography & Economics of this section was hard, Some question of Polity is from world polity. History part is moderate but only candidates who have good history knowledge are able to solve these question.  26 Oct Evening GS paper is also hard; level of questions of science is very similar to 19 Oct morning session paper. Evening candidates also get surprised by Approx 10 question from June – August 2013 current affairs & it’s difficult to attempt these questions. History Geography & Economics of this section was Moderate. Polity was easy and questions were from Indian polity. As the level of GS is hard in all shifts & dates except 19 Oct evening shift so 15 – 20 Marks in this section is a good score but if you are scoring more than 25+ marks in this section it will an advantage in scoring marks.

Part C – Quantitative Aptitude
Mathematics section of all question paper is moderate. Most of the questions of this section are easy to moderate level but lengthy, some questions were tough & some were wrong. Traditional questions of Maths like questions from CI, SI, Profit & Loss, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Average, Boat & races are lengthy and tricky. As most of the candidates strong part is traditional mathematics so they gave maximum time to these question & unable to solve whole paper / question. This part is responsible for time mismanagement. But question from Advanced Mathematics like questions from Trigonometry, Geometry, Menstruation & Algebra are easy and simply based on formulas / tricks & these questions easily get solved in less than one minute per question. DI part of the paper is little tough than earlier SSC papers & consumed the time of candidates. As all sets of this examination is lengthy so 25 – 30 Marks in this section is a good score but if you are scoring more than 35+ marks in this section it will an advantage for you in scoring marks.

Part D – English Comprehension
This time SSC changed the pattern of English questions; earlier ssc asks its pet idioms & phrases and one word substitutions, but this time most of the idioms & phrases and one word substitutions are new and never heard earlier by candidates also not present in any reference book. But the pattern of options was not changed and by the options one can easily figure out the correct option. This time SSC gives two passages in which one is easy or moderate and other one is moderate or hard, but two passage consumes the time of candidates it is also responsible for time mismanagement. Error part, Antonyms / synonyms, spelling errors & sentence improvement part is as similar as earlier ssc papers; this part will give advantage to the candidates who have good English. As the level of English Section is moderate in all shifts & dates so 25 – 30 Marks in this section is a good score but if you are scoring more than 35+ marks in this section it will an advantage for you in scoring marks.
Comparison of Papers of SSC CGL 2014 Tier 1 Exam 19 Oct & 26 Oct
Exam Date & Shift
Reasoning
GS
Mathematics
English
19 Oct Morning
Easy
Hard
Moderate
Moderate
19 Oct Evening
Easy
Moderate
Moderate
Moderate
26 Oct Morning
Easy
Hard
Moderate
Moderate
26 Oct Evening
Easy
Hard
Moderate
Moderate

Overall Estimated Cut Offs for SSC CGL 2014 TIER 1 Exam
General Category - 96 to 100
OBC Category - 82 to 86
SC Category - 74 to 78
ST Category - 68 to 72
Ex Serviceman - 62 to 66
OH – 68 to 70
HH – 28 to 30
VH – 48 to 50

*** Regarding Scaling, Normalisation & Equalisation in SSC Exams
Some dissatisfied candidates are saying that there should be scaling process in SSC exams; some are saying that ssc will conduct another exam for them & some are fighting & abusing other dates & shifts candidates and even abusing admin on social sites & website and other bullshit like this. Some are thinking to protest & some have submitted query / RTI to SSC. SSC does not follow any scaling rule & may be it will not introduce any scaling in SSC CGL 2014, as process of CGL 2014 is in half way. But protest or request can work. And if SSC will introduce any scaling in CGL 2014 exam process than it will disadvantage for 19 Oct Evening Session candidates only. We have decided not to support not to oppose this issue. By protest etc only process of CGL 2014 will delayed & all CGL 2014 candidates will suffer like CGL 2013 candidates. And because of this CGL 2015 may also be delayed.
*** Candidates who are scoring more than expected cut off, should start preparation of SSC CGL Tier II Exam.
Suggested Books for Tier II Exam 
Books Names
Online Link
Kiran SSC Elementary and Advanced Mathematics
Kiran Tier - II Quantitative Abilities Model Practice Sets
Arihant Fast Track Objective Arithmetic 
Mirror of Common Errors by Dr. Ashok K Singh (Anglo-Hindi)
Objective General English by SP Bakshi (English Medium)
Paramount Tier - II English Model Practice Sets
For SSC Exam Books visit www.ssc-cgl2014.in/p/books.html

Some SSC frequently asked question (FAQ)

1. I have completed my graduation in XX Month / ZZ Year, As SSC exam is late so I am eligible for CGL 2014.
Ans – Candidates who have completed their graduation on or before 01.01.2014 are eligible for CGL 2014 other wise your candidature will be canceled at the time of document verification.

2. Some answer keys were wrong / some questions are wrong etc etc.
Ans – Wait for official answer keys hopefully at the end of November 2014. These keys are not official keys, only for an idea to what is your approx score.

3. I am scoring XX Marks, YY Marks, ZZ Marks should I qualify for Tier 2.
Ans – Candidates scoring more than expected cut off should start preparation of Tier 2 Exam. Candidates scoring nearby expected cut off is doubted candidates. Candidates scoring less than expected cut off marks should start the preparation of CGL 2015.

4. I used whitener, will my OMR Evaluate.
Ans – SSC allows whitener, your OMR & question you have corrected both will evaluate.

5. What is the expected month of result declaration?
Ans – We don’t have such dates if we will get any idea shall update the same on this page.
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