SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Descriptive Exam Syllabus-Pattern 2015:
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Details About SSC CHSL (10+2) Descriptive Exam:
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will be going to conduct descriptive test under combined higher secondary exam 2015. The SSC 10+2 descriptive examination pattern as been provided below along with exam pattern to be followed for SSC CHSL exam which is scheduled to be conducted from 10th May, 2015. Students who have qualified in prelim exam and now preparing for descriptive test are advised to take a close look on examination syllabus and SSC CHSL (10+2) LDC / DEO exam pattern. The descriptive test lower division clerk and data entry operator will be same and question paper will be provided on no difference basis.
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SSC CHSL (10+2) Descriptive Exam Pattern:The question paper for descriptive exam will be divided in 4 parts.
Each part carries equal maximum marks. (50 Marks each)
There will be descriptive type questions and all questions should be solved on answer sheet in the general descriptive way.
The whole test will consists 200 max marks.
The total time duration will be 2:00 Hrs. (120 Mins)
NOTE: The total time duration for VH candidates will be 2:40 Hrs. (160 Mins)
|Name of Subject||Max Marks|
|(A) English Language (including Essay and Letter Writing)||50|
|(B) General Intelligence and Reasoning||50|
|(C) Quantitative Aptitude||50|
|(D) General Awareness||50|
Syllabus for SSC CHSL (10+2) Descriptive Exam:
English Language:- Precis Writing, How to Write a Farewell Letter to Your Co-Workers, Job Interview Thank You Letters, Requesting a Letter of Recommendation, Writing a Resignation letter, Writing Invitation Letter, Writing Letter Of Appeal, Writing an Apology Letter, Complaint Letter, Business Letter Writing, basic and current events essay topics.
General Intelligence and Reasoning:- Semantic Analogy, Semantic Series, Number Series, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Emotional Intelligence, Word Building, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Space Orientation, Venn Diagrams, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Figure Classification, Coding and de-coding, Social Intelligence, Symbolic operations, Other sub-topics, if any Numerical operations. Focus will be on Comprehension type Reasoning like Syllogism and Seating Arrangements, Inequalities,
Quantitative Aptitude:- Data Interpretation, Permutation Combination & Probability, Sequence & Series, Quadratic Equations, Simplification, Number System, Ratio , Proportion Percentage & Averages, Profit & Loss , Work & Time, Time & Distance, Mixtures and Aligations, Simple Interest , Compound Interest , Surds , Indices, Mensuration- Cylinder Cone Sphere.
General Awareness:- Current Affairs and specially reference to happenings and latest events in India. and the topics are from Indian Economy, International Economy, UNO, Marketing, Awards & Honors Sports, Finance, Agriculture etc. Try to get more focus on current affairs of last 6 months, countries / currencies, Books & Their Authors.
Some Important Tips for Score Higher in SSC CHSL (10+2) Descriptive Exam:
- Try to get more precise in your answers and don’t write anything irrelevant.
- Try to solve essay. letters first as they can take your max time. Then approach for other sections.
- If your English writing skills are not good, then leave this part and make good score in other sections.
- In numerical questions, don’t worry about wright answer. Just follow the steps correctly while solving and you will get some marks, no matter your answer is wright or wrong.
- Don’t go for whole paper, just focus on what you have on your strong zone. Attempt those questions first where you sure about right answer and leave the rest of doubtful questions to save time.
Best of Luck for Descriptive Exam and Congrats for being selected in 1st paper.