SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 morning shift original format paper has been uploaded right here and available for all those candidates who are preparing for SSC Combined higher secondary level examination 2014 and going to appear for their next papers in upcoming days so all the candidates are requested to visit our website regularly and download all the papers which have been conducted by Staff Selection Commission to get complete idea of upcoming examination that what they have to prepare and focus more on to qualify examination in upcoming days.
SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination 2014 details :
Pattern of examination of SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 :
There are four following subjects asked in SSC CHSL examination 2014 :
01. Reasoning Ability – 50 questions for 50 marks
02. English Language – 50 questions for 50 marks
03. Quantitive Aptitude – 50 questions for 50 marks
04. General Awareness – 50 questions for 50 marks
All 200 questions will be in objective type pattern and candidates are free to appear for all sections and provide their best in examination.
Analysis of SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014
Candidates must remember in mind that they just have to score qualifying marks in Paper I which is written examination means not like other exams of Bank and Insurance that they have to qualify in all sections of the examination given then only they will be declared qualified.
Reasoning section of SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 :
This section was not too tough to secure good marks and aspirants attempted more than 45 questions and most of the attempts were over 40 out of 50.
English section of SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 :
English Language section was quite easy for about 75% candidates who prepared well because nothing asked from tough sections of English and most of the candidates attempted 40 + with surety then chances of being qualified begins here because this section always makes a difference now the difference is in favour of candidates.
Quantitive Aptitude section of SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 :
Quantitive Aptitude section really made a difference this time because of making more questions from Geometry, Trigonometry and some questions of Algebra also confused candidates but Data Interpretation was not so tough so both DIs were fine and candidates did well but most of the attempts were 35+ so this will also be considered well section for all preparing candidates.
General Awareness Section of SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 :
Alomst 80% part of this section was quite easy and candidates hit more than 45+ who are better in General Awareness and those who were in dilemma before exam attempted 30+ so this will also be considered better to secure good marks.
Overall analysis of SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 :
As per the analysis and feedback of different students who appeared for SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 ensured that they will secure good marks and qualify examination and about 65% of candidates prepared well will definitely qualify according to the feedback given by candidates after examination.
Finally candidates are waiting for the official answers keys which will be updated here soon and according to the attempts of those candidates who have only been prepared for SSC exams about 165+ then this paper will help those to qualify and most of them will be qualified.
Selection Procedure in SSC CHSL Exam Paper 2nd November 2014 :
All those candidates who have appeared for written examination and qualify the test by securing minimum qualifying marks as per the cut off marks declared by commission category wise will be called for Computer Skill Test :
Computer Skill Test under SSC CHSL exam selection procedure :
Commission will conduct Computer skill test according to the given preference of the candidate in application form and if the candidate qualify this test and secure good marks in merit against the vacancies then he/she will get the job.
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