SSC CGL 2020 First Shift Concluded; Check Exam Analysis, Expected Cutoff Here

SSC CGL 2020 First Shift Concluded; Check Exam Analysis, Expected Cutoff Here
aayushi madavi | Mar 3, 2020 - 12:15 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has conducted the first shift of SSC CGL 2020 examination. Candidates who are yet to appear for the exam can check the exam analysis here. SSC CGL exam analysis is based on the feedback of candidates appearing for the exam. SSC CGL 2020 is being conducted from March 3 to 9. The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to high. Candidates found reasoning and quantitative aptitude to be of easy to moderate difficulty. The section of English language was easy. The questions asked in the general awareness section were of moderate difficulty. An expected cutoff has also been provided based on the difficulty level of the exam.

SSC CGL 2020 Tier-I (First Shift) - Difficulty Level


Difficulty Level

English Language


Quantitative Aptitude

Easy to Moderate

General Awareness



Easy to Moderate

SSC CGL 2020 Expected Cutoff


Expected Cut Off Marks









SSC CGL 2020 Exam Analysis

The exam was of moderate to high difficulty level. Candidates can check the questions and topics from the sections of SSC CGL 2020 below -

English Language - Easy

  • Cloze test (5 questions)

  • Idiom and phrases

  • Direct and indirect speech

  • Active and passive voice

  • Reading Comprehension (synonyms & antonyms)

  • Jumbled sentences

  • Spotting errors

Quantitative Aptitude - Low to Moderate Difficulty

  • Value of Tan60 (degree)

  • Trignometry (5 questions)

  • Data Interpretation (5 questions)

  • Questions related to triangle and circle

  • Simplification

General Awareness - Moderate

  • Questions from medieval history

  • Awards related to Indian culture

  • The scientific study of dogs

  • Four consecutive double century

  • Sanchi stupa

  • President of Sri Lanka

  • Sahitya academy award

Check SSC CGL 2020 General Awareness Questions - Click Here

Reasoning - Easy to Moderate

  • Blood relation

  • Distance and direction

  • Number series

  • Analogy

  • Papercutting and folding

  • Classification

  • Coding and decoding

SSC CGL is conducted for the recruitment of graduates for Group B and C posts in various Government agencies, ministries, departments and organisations such as Indian Audit and Accounts Department under CAG, Intelligence Bureau, Ministry of Railway, Ministry of External Affairs, Central Bureau of Investigation, Central Bureau of Narcotics, National Investigation Agency (NIA), etc. This year the exam is being conducted for about 5000 vacancies.

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