SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2023 - Shift Wise Review, Question Asked

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2023 - Shift Wise Review, Question Asked

BySachin Awasthi  |  Updated on: Jan 24, 2023
Check out the SSC CHSL exam analysis 2023 here. Know the number of questions asked, good attempt, expected cut off and difficulty level here with the previous year SSC CHSL exam analysis.
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SSC CHSL exam analysis 2023 provides details of the difficulty level of the paper, topics asked in the exam, pattern, good attempts, etc to the candidates. The Staff Selection Commission will conduct Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam in either February or March 2023 to recruit candidates in various government departments and offices as clerks, assistants, etc. Those who are planning to appear in the CHSL Tier 1 exam must check the SSC CHSL analysis to get conversant with all the question paper details and understand which topics from the syllabus you must focus on.

In this post, we are presenting a detailed SSC CHSL exam analysis right after each shift's exam to help you understand the type of questions appearing in the paper. By going through shift-wise SSC CHSL analysis, you will be able to check the tentative number of questions from each topic, and the difficulty level of paper found by the test takers. Read further to know the CHSL exam analysis of all shits of the previous year.

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2023

SSC CHSL is one of the most sought-after exams and cracking it won't be a cakewalk. Therefore, candidates must be fully equipped with all the exam-related information. Knowing SSC CHSL analysis is one of the best ways to understand the types of questions candidates faced over the years and what will be the best strategy to answer them in minimal time. It also familiarises you with the important topics that were frequently asked over the years. Through SSC CHSL exam analysis, you can further check out the good attempts and formulate an effective preparation strategy to score more than the required cut off marks.

The Tier 1 exam will be held in February/March 2023, hence, SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2023 will be provided here after the conclusion of the exam. Till then, have a look at the SSC CHSL previous year analysis to know the actual exam structure, difficulty level, and other relevant details.

SSC CHSL Analysis Shift-Wise

Conducted by the Staff Selection Commission, SSC CHSL is one of the popular exams for (10+2) pass candidates. Through this exam, candidates are selected for the various group C and group D posts. It is conducted in 4 shifts all across the nation. This year the commission will conduct the exam in either February or March 2023. We will provide the SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2023 for all shifts here after the conduction of the exam. Last year, the Tier 1 CBT paper commenced on 24 May and the complete SSC CHSL exam analysis for the year 2022 is presented here for your reference. This SSC CHSL analysis is done by our subject-matter experts based on the feedback received from the candidates. The SSC CHSL Tier 1 began on 24 May and continued till 9 June 2022. A complete shift-wise exam analysis of SSC CHSL Tier 1 is shared with you here. Keep this post bookmarked for all recent updates. Stay tuned!

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis: Major Highlights

The Staff Selection Commission is yet to conduct the Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam for this year's recruitment cycle. However, you can kickstart your preparation by checking out the previous year highlights. It will give you a quick overview of the difficulty level of the SSC CHSL Tier 1 paper conducted in multiple shifts on 24, 25 & 26 May 2022.

  • General Science holds the maximum weightage in the General Awareness section. In general science, questions are mainly asked from Biology, Physics, Chemistry, environmental science, etc. On average 6-8 questions are asked from this topic.
  • The mathematics section demands a lot of effort and time from the aspirants, hence its difficulty level was moderate.
  • 6-7 questions are generally asked from static gk which covers topics like Indian Politics, History, Culture, Economy, Geography, etc.
  • Good number of attempts can be considered as 80 to 89.
  • In the recent exams, we have seen an increment in the number of current affairs questions asked in SSC Exams. According to the recent trends, SSC is asking very recent current affairs to the previous 6-8 months' current affairs questions. Current Affairs questions are generally asked from awards, sports, appointments, government schemes, etc.

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Analysis

Last year, the commission conducted the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam from 23 to 26 May 2022. The detailed previous year SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Analysis is provided below for all the subjects.

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 25 May 2022

SSC CHSL exam analysis 25 May 2022 is presented here along with the section-wise difficulty level and good attempts. The Tier 1 exam is conducted in multiple shifts across the country. As all shifts of Tier 1 exam are over, we are here with the detailed subject-wise SSC CHSL exam analysis for 25 May 2022 based on the feedback received from test takers’ and analysis done by our experts. Overall, the difficulty level of the paper was Moderate and the number of good attempts can be considered 78 to 87 questions.

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis Mathematics

The Quantitative Aptitude section is found a bit challenging for some candidates, while for others, it might be easy to score well in it. In the Tier 1 paper conducted on 25 May 2022, the difficulty level of the Mathematics section is easy to moderate. The good number of attempts in this section can be considered as 20 to 22. Check the topic-wise weightage of mathematics questions as per the SSC CHSL exam analysis in the following table:

Topics

No. of Questions (Shift 1)

No. of Questions (Shift 2)

No. of Questions (Shift 3)

Data Interpretation

3-4

4

3

Percentage

1-2

1

Time and Work

1-2

2

2

Discount

1

0-1

1

Algebra

2-3 

2-3

2-3

Ratio and Proportion

1-2

0-1

Trigonometry

0-1 

0-1

0

Speed, Distance and Time

1

1-2

2

Average

0-1

1

Profit and Loss

2

1

Mixture and Alligation

1

1-2

Geometry

2-3

3

2

Mensuration

2-3 

2-3

3

Simple Interest and Compound Interest

1

1-2

1

Pipes and Cistern

0-1

0-1

0

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Analysis of English

The topic-wise weightage of questions based on the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam analysis of the English section in the exam conducted on 25 May is provided here. Most of the questions are from the Cloze test and Spotting error topics. It was easy to moderate in the difficulty level with 21 - 23 as the number of good attempts.

Topics

No. of Questions (Shift 1)

No. of Questions (Shift 2)

No. of Questions (Shift 3)

Fill in the blanks

2-3 

6

2-3

Spotting Error

2-3 

3

2-3

Idioms and Phrases

1-2 

2

1-2

Cloze Test

1

5

Synonym and Antonym

0-1

1-2

Spellings Check

1-2 

5

2

Para-jumbled sentences

1-2 

1-2

2

Sentence Improvement

1-2 

2

1-2

Active and Passive voice

0-1

1

One-word substitution

1-2 

1

2

Direct and Indirect speech

1-2

1

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis of Reasoning

The reasoning is considered one of the high scoring sections in the computer-based test. SSC CHSL exam analysis for reasoning sections is tabulated below which shows the topic-wise weightage of questions. Based on the SSC CHSL Tier 1 analysis of the reasoning section of the exam conducted on 25 May, the difficulty level was Moderate with 19 - 22 as a good number of attempts.

Topics

No. of Questions (Shift 1)

No. of Questions (Shift 2)

No. of Questions (Shift 3)

Analogy

4-5 

5

2-3

Coding and Decoding

2-3

3

2

Papercutting and folding

1

0-1

Arithmetic Reasoning

1-2 

4-5

2-3

Alphanumeric Series

4-5 

4-5

5

Counting of Figures

1

1-2

Missing Number

2-3 

3

2-3

Odd one out

2-3 

3

2-3

Blood Relation

0

1

Fillers

1-2 

1-2

1-2

Classification

0-1

0-1

1-2

Mirror Image

1-2

2

Logical Venn Diagram

0

2

Miscellaneous

2-3

2-3

3

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis General Awareness

In the General Awareness section, maximum questions were asked from current affairs and static GK. Check the topic-wise weightage of questions based on the SSC CHSL exam analysis of the General Awareness section tabulated below which might be helpful in last-minute preparation of the CHSL exam for the upcoming shifts.

Topics

No. of Questions (Shift 1)

No. of Questions (Shift 2)

No. of Questions (Shift 3)

Current Affairs

5-6 

5-6

6-7

Static GK

1-2

2-3

4-5

Indian Polity

2-3 

3

2-3

History

1-2

2

0-1

Geography

1-2 

0-1

1-2

Sports

1-2

0-1

1-2

Art and Culture

1-2 

2

1-2

Economy

0-1

1

1

Biology

0-1

0-1

1

Physics

1-2 

1-2

0-1

Chemistry

1-2 

2-3

1-2

Miscellaneous (Environment, Awards, Rivers, Organisations, Book, etc.)

4-5 

5

4-5

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 24 May 2022

As all the shifts of SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam 24 May 2022 is over and the candidates whose exam is scheduled for upcoming shifts must be curious to know the difficulty level of questions, good attempts, topics covered in shift 1, 2 & 3. Below, we have shared section-wise SSC CHSL Exam Analysis of 24 May 2022 as per the reviews received from the aspirants. 

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis Quantitative Aptitude

As per the candidates’ review, the SSC CHSL Quantitative Aptitude was a bit difficult. The section was a bit time-consuming and demanded rigorous calculations, hence, candidates were able to attempt 19-20 questions. This section comprised questions on topics like Ration and Proportions, Average, Data Interpretation, etc.

Topics

Number of Questions

(Shift 1)

Number of Questions

(Shift 2)

Number of Questions

(Shift 3)

Percentage

 1-2

1-2

1-2

Profit and Loss

 1

1-2

0-1

Discount

 1

0-1

1

Mixture and Alligation

 2

-

1

Ratio and Proportion

 2-3

2

1-2

Partnership

 0-1

0-1

-

Trigonometry

 2-3

0-1

1-2

Simplification

1

-

1

Problem on Ages

 1-2

-

-

Speed, Distance and Time

 1

1-2

1

Average

 2-3

1

1

Time and Work

 1-2

1-2

1-2

Boat and Stream

 1

-

0

Compound Interest

1

1

1

Geometry

 3

2-3

2-3

Mensuration

 2-3

2-3

2-3

Data Interpretation

 4-5

3-4

3-4

Simple Interest

 1

1

1

Pipes and Cistern

 1

-

-

Algebra

 2

2-3

2

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis Reasoning

The difficulty level of SSC CHSL Tier 1 Reasoning section was Moderate. The maximum number of questions were asked on the topics like Missing Number, Logical Arrangement, Mathematical Operation, Embedded Figures etc.

Topics

Number of Questions

(Shift 1)

Number of Questions

(Shift 2)

Number of Questions

(Shift 3)

Papercutting and folding

 1-21-21

Embedded Figures

 2-311-2

Missing Number

 4-52-33-4

Logical Arrangement

 3-40-12-3

Arithmetic Reasoning

 2-30-12-3

Analogy

 1-22-35-6

Counting of Figures

 1-2-1

Odd one out

 2-32-32-3

Coding and Decoding

 2-3-1-2

Dice

 0-1--

Alphanumeric Series

 2-31-22-3

Classification

 1-21-22-3

Mathematical Operation

313

Distance Direction Test

 -11

Fillers

 0-1--

Calendar

 0-1-0-1

Blood Relation

 ---

Logical Venn Diagram

0-1-2

Mirror Image

 1-1

Statement conclusion

11-

Miscellaneous

32-33

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis for English

Questions from SSC CHSL English section were of ‘easy to moderate’ level and most of the questions were asked from Sentence Improvement, Active Passive, Spot the Error, Direct and Indirect speech etc.

Topics

Number of Questions

(Shift 1)

Number of Questions

(Shift 2)

Number of Questions

(Shift 3)

One-word substitution

 2-31-22-3

Idioms and Phrases

 22-32

Cloze Test

 4-53-44-5

Synonym and Antonym

 1-23-43-4

Spellings Check

 1-21-21-2

Spot the Error

 2-31-24-5

Sentence Improvement

 1-211-2

Para-jumbled sentences

0-111-2

Fill in the blanks

 3-41-23-4

Direct and Indirect speech

 1-211-2

Active/ Passive voice

 111

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Analysis General Awareness

The General Awareness section was the most difficult section. The SSC CHSL Exam Analysis of the General Awareness section can be seen from the table below.

Topics

Number of Questions

(Shift 1)

Number of Questions

(Shift 2)

Number of Questions

(Shift 3)

Modern History

1-22-32-3

Indian Polity

23-42-3

Sports Personalities

12-31

Physical Geography

2-31-21-2

Economy

11-21

Biology

1-21-20-1

Physics

1-2-1-2

Computer

 --1

Chemistry

 2-31-22-3

Art and Culture

0-120-1

Static GK

1-24-52-3

Current Affairs

5-65-66-7

Miscellaneous

2-33-42-3

Previous Year SSC CHSL Analysis

SSC CHSL exam analysis for the year 2021 is available here to assist your preparations. Last year, SSC CHSL exam was started on 04 August 2021 and concluded on 12 August 2021. The 1st SSC CHSL exam was on 04 August 2021 and as per the feedback of the students, the exam was moderate in difficulty level. We have provided you with the details SSC CHSL exam analysis for Tier 1. It will help you to know the section-wise difficulty level, overall difficulty level, good attempts, and expected cut-off. This will help you as well as the candidates appearing in the subsequent shifts of the SSC CHSL 2023 exam. The exam was taken by lakhs of candidates from all across the country. There were 4726 vacancies to be filled by candidates who cleared all stages of the SSC CHSL exam. Candidates who will appear for the SSC CHSL exam this year must be eagerly waiting for the SSC CHSL analysis so that they can see and understand the level of the examination. The previous year exam analysis of SSC CHSL will help you analyse your preparation for the exam and give you a heads up about how to go further ahead.

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 9 August 2021

SSC CHSL exam analysis is tabulated below for the paper conducted on 09 August. The section-wise difficulty level is given below for your reference.

Section

Difficulty Level of Questions

English Language and Comprehension

Easy 

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy

General Intelligence and Reasoning

Easy

General Knowledge

Moderate - Difficult

Overall

Moderate

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 05 August 2021 (Shift 1, 2, and 3)

Check SSC CHSL exam analysis with the section-wise difficulty level of all shifts on 05 August 2021 below.

Section

Difficulty Level of Questions (Shift 1)

Difficulty Level of Questions (Shift 2)

Difficulty Level of Questions (Shift 3)

English Language and Comprehension

Easy

Easy

Easy

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate 

Easy

Easy

General Intelligence and Reasoning

Moderate 

Easy-Moderate

Easy-Moderate

General Knowledge

Easy-Moderate 

Moderate - Difficult

Moderate

Overall

Moderate 

Moderate

Easy-Moderate

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 04 August 2021 (Shift 1, 2, and 3)

You can check below the complete SSC CHSL shift-wise exam analysis conducted on 04 August 2021.

Section

Difficulty Level of Questions (shift 1)

Difficulty Level of Questions (shift 2)

Difficulty Level of Questions (shift 3)

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy-Moderate 

Moderate

Easy-Moderate

English Language

Easy 

Easy 

Easy

General Intelligence and Reasoning

Moderate

Easy-Moderate 

Easy-Moderate

General Knowledge/ General Awareness

Easy-Moderate

Moderate 

Moderate

Overall

Moderate

Moderate

Moderate

Also, you can check SSC CHSL shift-wise exam analysis of Tier 1 of previous year to get an idea about the difficulty level of questions and the number of good attempts for each section.

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis: Difficulty Level

After carefully examining the SSC CHSL Question Paper and considering the feedback received from the aspirants, the subject-matter experts at BYJU’s Exam Prep came to the conclusion that the overall difficulty level of SSC CHSL Exam was Moderate.

Section

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

English

25

Moderate

Quantitative Aptitude

25

Moderate

General Intelligence and Reasoning

25

Moderate

General Awareness

25

Moderate

Overall

100

Moderate

SSC CHSL Analysis Good Attempts

The candidates must be aware of overall good attempts to get an idea about SSC CHSL Cut off. As per our SSC CHSL analysis, the overall good attempts of the Tier 1 exam are tabulated below.

Section

Good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

 19-22

General Intelligence & Reasoning

 21-23

General Awareness

 19-21

English

 21-23

Overall

80-89

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis 2023 Benefits

Checking SSC CHSL exam analysis before the exam is crucial for the candidates to have an idea on the important topics, the difficulty level of sections, number of good attempts, etc. The benefits of going through SSC CHSL analysis include the following:

  • Understanding the Exam Pattern: We all have heard this phrase that history repeats itself & so does the SSC. So, SSC CHSL exam analysis is very important to understand the exam pattern. Going through the SSC CHSL analysis gives an idea regarding the preparation one has to do in order to crack the examination.
  • Get an Idea of the Difficulty Level: Before going to sit in the SSC CHSL 2023 Exam, you must know about the difficulty level of the questions generally asked in the exam. To know this, previous year papers are the best source. This will give you a comprehensive idea of the difficulty level of questions asked in the previous SSC CHSL Exam.
  • Differentiate between Important & Non-Important Topics: SSC CHSL syllabus is very vast. You can't cover the whole syllabus in less time. To deal with this deep analysis of the previous year paper is very important. Simply, by going through the SSC CHSL previous year papers you can understand the important areas/ topics on which you should focus more.
  • Boosts Your Confidence: Apart from these important features of previous year SSC CHSL exam analysis, this will also boost up your preparation as well as your confidence level.

SSC CHSL Exam Analysis FAQs

  • SSC CHSL exam analysis 2023 will be updated in this post as soon as the commission conducts the exam. The detailed shift-wise SSC CHSL analysis will be done by our experts. It will provide you details regarding good attempts, difficulty level, section-wise important topics, etc.

  • SSC CHSL exam analysis can be used to find an estimated number of good attempts for each shift. Candidates can check it and predict their estimated result. But it is important to note that the final marks will be given after considering other factors as well such as normalization, number of vacancies, etc. So, it is advised not to consider scores based on the SSC CHSL exam analysis as your final marks.

  • SSC CHSL exam analysis is helpful for the candidates who are willing to give this exam in future. It provides details regarding the difficulty level of questions, number of questions from each topic, good attempts, etc. Going through shift-wise SSC CHSL analysis Tier 1 will help in understanding the latest trends and patterns implemented by the Commission.

  • The exam analysis of SSC CHSL will be updated in this post as soon as shift 1 of SSC CHSL exam gets over. Each shift analysis will be presented along with the tentative number of questions from each topic, difficulty level, and the number of good attempts which will help candidates who will appear for the exam in subsequent days.

  • Based on previous year SSC CHSL exam analysis, the overall difficulty level was moderate. English section was found to be easiest among other subjects in many shifts, while general awareness was in the range of moderate to difficult. Reasoning and Mathematics were scoring sections but some questions were a bit tricky and hence time-consuming. Candidates will be required to attempt easy questions first and avoid wasting their valuable time on lengthy questions.

  • SSC CHSL exam analysis is beneficial for candidates who are going to appear for the exam in February/March 2023. They can get to know the tentative structure of questions along with some memory-based questions. Certain topics are found to be repetitive in all shifts which must grasp their attention while preparing for the exam in the subsequent shifts. The shift-wise exam analysis of SSC CHSL will be posted here as soon as the paper of each shift is over.

  • You can keep this page bookmarked to get all the latest updates about the SSC CHSL exam analysis 2023 Tier 1. We will keep uploading SSC CHSL analysis as soon as the shift is over each day. It will contain the difficulty level of questions, number of good attempts, topic-wise memory based questions, etc.

  • SSC CHSL previous year exam analysis is available in the above post. You can check the analysis done by our experts for each shift above. The Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) exam was conducted from 04 August 2021 to 12 August 2021, and a brief description of SSC CHSL analysis for each shift is given below:

    • SSC CHSL exam analysis 9 August - Moderate
    • SSC CHSL analysis 5 August - Easy to Moderate
    • SSC CHSL 4 August exam analysis - Easy to Moderate

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