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We know that the question papers of 19th October's exam were tougher than that of 26th October. But we don't know what will SSC actually do for candidates of 19th Oct's exam. Should SSC apply scaling method? We don't have any idea about this. But considering all the matter, we have analysed an expected cutoff which are given below-

  • Gen/ UR : 95-100
  • OBC : 80-85
  • SC : 70-75
  • ST : 65

Please Note: These cutoff marks are predicted and its our personal analysis. The final cutoff marks may be slightly differed from our prediction. 

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Subject-wise review of SSC CGL 2014 Tier-I exam held on 19th October, 2014

SSC has shown its height of level again after CGL 2013 Tier-II re-exam! The question paper was far and far tougher than CGL 2013 tier-I re-exam. We will discuss here part-wise review. Go through!

General Intelligence (GI) : The GI section was the most easy part among the rest of the sections. In an average, candidate were able to attempt between 40-45 questions out of 50 questions. Aspirants need not apply too much logic for the questions. In one word, the questions have easy logic. Questions were asked from number/ alphabet series, code-decode, arrange according to dictionary, statement-inference, question-answer figures, venn diagrams, matrix etc.
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Quantitative Aptitude : One of the toughest section of the question paper. Some of the questions were very confusing and time-consuming. It has taken around 40-45 minutes to solve 35-40 questions! But the geometry and trigonometry questions were surprisingly easy. The rest of the questions were asked from profit & loss, percentages, algebra (was tricky and very calculative!), boat & stream, time & work, pipe & cistern, HCF, LCM, proportion, mensuration etc.

English Comprehension : It is the toughest section of the paper. Even the questions are tougher than the questions asked in SSC CGL 2013 Tier-II re-exam! Specially the most of one word substitution and idioms/ phrases questions are unknown to the candidates. There were two passages which were too lengthy.

General Awareness : This section was moderate and as usual. Specially the questions from economic were too tough and confusing. 

So, it can be seen that the overall question paper of SSC CGL 2014 Tier-I exam held on 19.10.2014 was tougher than CGL 2013 tier-I exam and previous years' exams. It is really a tough task to attempt more than 135-140 questions within stipulated time. After the exam, according to us the cutoff marks for SSC CGL 2014 tier-I exam will not exceed 100 (for Gen category) like 2013 re-exam.

Friends, share your attempts and expected here as comments.

Bad things are happening in SSC CGL 2013 exam. Firstly, the entire recruitment process of SSC CGL 2013 was cancelled even after conducting of CGL 2013 tier-II exam! Secondly, the state preference in SSC CGL 2013 recruitment has been withdrawn.

Then what will happen? What will be its effect?

ssc cgl 2013 state preferenceNow the candidates will have no choice of state preference. As a result, the state allocation for all provisionally selected candidates will be solely made by the respective department where the candidates will be posted.  

No doubt, it's really a non-sense decision by SSC. We can't such type of senseless decision from SSC. As a result it will encourage fraud in post-recruitment process. Mr. N.K. Raghupathy, Ex-Chairman of SSC, has just expressed his anger on social media! Let's see what he has posted in Twitter and Facebook -
So, it is now official. SSC will not make state allotment in CGLE 2013. What a senseless decision. SSC appears to be bent on burying transparency and thus directly fostering corruption. It first dispensed with the transparent display of marks of all candidates, thus indirectly encouraging frauds in SSC Examinations and now this........

What's you opinion? Share with us!

So friends, what do you think- did SSC take right decision or not? Share your views as comments here. We will be eagerly waiting for your opinion.

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