# SSC CGL Shift 1 Analysis 16 August 2021: Review, Question Asked, Difficulty level, Attempt

By Ashwini Shivhare|Updated : August 16th, 2021

SSC CGL Analysis 16 August 2021 Shift 1: SSC board is in its full swing of conducting the CGL exam at all India level. Today, was the second day of this most sought-after exam. This Tier 1 exam is being conducted in three shifts which are Shift 1 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Shift 2 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM and Shift 3 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM, respectively.
All candidates who are going to appear in the upcoming shifts must read this blog till the end so that they have a fair idea about the type of question that is being put up, difficulty level of the exam, and good attempts of the shift.

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SSC CGL Analysis 16 August (Shift 1): SSC board is in its full swing of conducting the CGL exam at all India level. Today, was the second day of this most sought-after exam. This Tier 1 exam is being conducted in three shifts which are Shift 1 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Shift 2 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM and Shift 3 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM, respectively.
All candidates who are going to appear in the upcoming shifts must read this blog till the end so that they have a fair idea about the type of question that is being put up, difficulty level of the exam, and good attempts of the shift.

SSC CGL 16 August 2021 Analysis for Shift 1 - Highlights

As per the candidates who appeared in the exam held on 16th August in various shifts, the overall difficulty level was in the range of Easy to Moderate. We have stated a few highlights of the exam conducted in Shift 1 of 16th August 2021:

• Difficulty order of section: Quant > General Awareness> Reasoning > Engllish
• Good number of attempt: 76 - 84
• Maths was calculative.
• Questions from DI, SI, Time and work were calculative.
• English was easy and no change in question pattern observed.
• Cloze test in english was on importance of education
• Reasoning was moderate. Few questions were time consuming.
• Candidates took more time solving missing term and series questions
• General Awareness was moderate. From current affairs 4 - 5 question were there which were majorly from Dec - January.

## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1): Difficulty Level

 Section Difficulty Level of Questions (Shift 1) English Language and Comprehension Easy Quantitative Aptitude Moderate (Calculative) General Intelligence and Reasoning Moderate (Time consuming) General Knowledge Moderate Overall Moderate

### SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021: Exam Timing

 Number of Shift Reporting Timing Gate Closing Timing Starting of Examination Shift 1 7:30 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM Shift 2 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM Shift 3 1:30 PM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM

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## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1): Section-wise

The table mentioned below provides the complete section-wise exam analysis of all the shifts of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam:

## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1) : Quantitative Aptitude Section

 Topics Number of Questions (Shift 1) Percentage 1 Profit and Loss 1 Mixture and Alligation 0 Ratio and Proportion 1 Trigonometry 3 Speed, Distance and Time 1 Average 0 - 1 Time and Work 1 Simplification 1 Geometry 3 - 4 Mensuration 1 (Circle inside Square) Data Interpretation 4 (Based on 2 tables) SI & CI 3 Algebra 3

## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1): Reasoning Section

 Topics Number of Questions (Shift 1) Papercutting and folding 1 Missing Number 2 Logical Arrangement 1 - 2 Embedded Figures 1 Counting of Figures 2 (Triangle) Analogy 1 (Calculative) Odd one out 2 - 3 Arithmetic Reasoning 1 - 2 Alphanumeric Series 2 - 3 Classification 1 - 2 Clock and Calendar 1 (Day on 17 April 2014) Coding and Decoding 2 Fillers 0 - 1 Mirror Image 1 Logical Venn Diagram 1 Miscellaneous 2 - 3

## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1): English section

 Topics Number of Questions (Shift 1) One-word substitution 2 Idioms and Phrases 2 Cloze Test 3 - 4 (Importance of Education) Synonym and Antonym 5 Spellings Check 2 Spot the Error 1 - 2 Sentence Improvement 1 - 2 Para-jumbled sentences 2 Fill in the blanks - Direct and Indirect speech 1 Active/ Passive voice 1

## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1): General Awareness Section

 Topics Number of Questions (Shift 1) History 3 - 4 Polity 2 Sports 1 -  2 Geography 0 - 1 Economy 0 - 1 Biology 1 - 2 Physics 0 - 1 Computer 1 - 2 Chemistry 0 - 1 Art and Culture - Static GK (First and Superlatives) 1 - 2 Current Affairs 4 - 5 Miscellaneous (Environment, Book, Awards, Rivers, Organisations, Sports Cup, etc.) 1 - 2

## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1): Number of Good Attempts

 Section Good Attempts (Shift 1) Quantitative Aptitude (Maths) 18 - 20 General Intelligence (Reasoning) 19 - 21 General Awareness (GA) 18 - 20 English Language and Comprehension 21 - 23 Overall 76 - 84

## SSC CGL 2021 Exam Analysis 16th August 2021 (Shift 1): Questions Asked

Here are a few questions according to the candidates who have appeared in the shifts of exam conducted on 16th August 2021:

General Awareness Questions

• GST council come under which Article___
Ans: Article 279 A
• Mata Prasad who died recently was a former governor of which state?
• When is national girl child day celebrated in India?
Ans: 24 January
• Who was the nizam of Hyderabad 1947?
Ans: Mir osman ali khan
• Which is the book written by Krishnadevaraya?
• Which of the following is a water soluble vitamin ?
Ans: Vitamin- C And Vitamin B

• Rickets is related to which parts of the body?
Ans. Bones

• Which of the following diseases is caused by parasites?
Ans: MalariaWho gave the 3 laws of planetary motion

English Questions

1. Idiom - Spill the beans
2. Cloze test - Vocab based - if youngsters will be more educated.
3. Incorrect spelling - arbitrary
4. Sentence improvement - underlined part was (too much noisy).

Reasoning Questions

• Number Series:- 10, 22, 35, 39, 54, 70, ? Ans - 87
• Which day was on 17 April 2014 ? Ans - Thursday
• Odd one out - Letter based. A logic of +2/+3 was followed in the options.
• Missing number - column based
Check SSC CGL 2021 All shifts questions asked compilation (16 August) at 9 PM

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Bhavani NAug 16, 2021

Mam is there any questions related to Olympics

ManishaAug 16, 2021

What about Aug 14 all shift questions Mam??

Santhosh KumarAug 16, 2021

PART 1: THE UNION AND ITS TERRITORY Article 1 - Name and Territory of the Union Article 2 – admission or establishment of new States Article 3 – Alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing states Article 4 – Provide amendment of 1st and 4th Schedules and supplemental, incidental and consequential matters PART 2: CITIZENSHIP Article 5 – citizenship at the commencement of the Constitution Article 6 – Rights of certain persons who have migrated from Pakistan Article 7 – rights of citizenship of migrants to Pakistan Article 8 – rights of Indian origin people who reside outside India Article 9 – persons voluntarily acquiring citizenship of a foreign state not to be citizens Article 10 - continuance of the rights of citizenships Article 11 – parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law PART 3: FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS General Article 12 – definition Article 13 – laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights Right to Equality Article 14 - Relates to Right to Equality Article 15 – prohibition of discrimination of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth Article 16 – equality of opportunity in matters of public employment Article 17 - Abolishes the practice of un-touch ability Article 18 – abolition of titles Right ti Freedom Article 19 - Deals with six freedoms of Indian citizens namely, (a) Right to freedom of speech and expression (b) Right to assemble peacefully and without arms (c) Right to form associations or unions (d) Right to move freely throughout the territory of India (e) Right to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India (f) Right to practice any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade, and business Article 20 – protection in respect of conviction for offences Article 21 - Provides protection to life and liberty to all persons Article 21A - Right to elementary education Article 22 - Affords protection against arbitrary arrest & detention Right against Exploitation Article 23 - Prohibits the traffic in human beings and beggars Article 24 - Prohibits the employment of children below 14 years Right to Freedom of Religion Articles 25 – freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion Article 26 – freedom to manage religious affairs Article 27 – freedom as to payment of taxes for promotion of any particular religion Article 28 – freedom as to attendance at religious worship in certain educational institutions Cultural and Educational Rights Article 29 – protection of interests of minorities Article 30 – right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions Right to Constitutional Remedies Article 32 – remedies for enforcement of rights conferred by this part PART 4: DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY Article 36 – definition Article 37 – application of the principles contained in this part Article 39A – equal justice and free legal aid Article 40 - Deals with the formation of Panchayats Article 41 – right to work, to education and to public assistance in certain cases Article 43 – living wage for workers Article 43A – participation of workers in management of industries Article 44 - Uniform Civil Code for the Citizens Article 45 - Free and compulsory education to all children below 14 years of age Article 46 – promotion of educational and economic interests of SCs, STs and other weaker section Article 47 – duty of the state to raise the level of nutrition and the standard of living and to improve public health Article 48 – organization of agriculture and animal husbandry Article 49 – protection of monuments and places and objects of national importance Article 50 - Separation of Judiciary Article 51 - Promotion of International peace & security PART 4A: FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES Article 51(A) - Relates to list of Fundamental Duties PART 5: THE UNION Chapter 1: The Executive The President and Vice President Article 52 – the President of India Article 53 – executive power of the Union Article 54 – election president

Baas BabuAug 16, 2021

Pinky SinghAug 16, 2021

Mam arbitrary ki yahi spelling given thi option me...

Pinky SinghAug 16, 2021

And can u tell me...??
The place is too much noisy...is there any substitution needed in this sentence...??

PushpaAug 16, 2021

No. Of electron in outermost shell of halogen
MD of telecommunications consultants India Ltd

dhiraj singhAug 16, 2021

How much is good attempt for passing tier 1?

Abhi BAug 16, 2021

Abhi BAug 16, 2021

Friday

## FAQs

• SSC CGL Exam conducted in the shift 1 on 16 August 2021 was of moderate level. Quant was a bit calculative.

• Number of good attempts for SSC CGL Exam conducted in the shift 1 on 16 August 2021 is expected to be around 76 - 84

• English has been the easiest section  in SSC CGL Exam 2021.

• The candidate must be graduate from any stream from a recognized University or Institute

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