SSC CHSL Tier - I Quantitative Aptitude Analysis
Feb. 2, 2021 1719 Views

As discussed in our previous blog on SSC CHSL Tier-I Reasoning Analysis, it is important that an aspirant is aware of what she/he will be facing in the actual exam before they sit for it or even start preparing for it. This can be done by doing an in-depth analysis of previous year papers. This helps an aspirant to decide their area of focus and not waste their energy in something that is not to be prepared for that exam.

Every exam is unique and so it's preparation should be done accordingly

In this Blog, we would discuss in depth the various topics covered in the Quantitative Section of the SSC CHSL Tier - I exam & their difficulty level. The Quantitative Aptitude Section in SSC CHSL Tier - I comprises of 25 questions. The number of questions asked from various topics can vary from shift - to - shift, though the total number of questions remain 25. Also, the difficulty level remains same in all the shifts. 

2019 Paper Analysis (Quantitative Aptitude Section)

Topic Number of Questions Difficulty Level
BODMAS 1 Easy
Speed, Time, Distance 1 Easy
Profit & Loss 2 Easy
DI 4 Easy
Geometry 4/5 Easy
Average 1 Easy
Number System 1/2 Easy
Algebra 2 Easy
Ratio-Proportion 1 Easy
Trigonometry 4 Easy
Percentage 1 Easy
Simple & Compound Interest 1 Easy
Time & Work 1 Easy
Age Problem 1 Easy

 

2018 Paper Analysis (Quantitative Aptitude Section)

Topic Number of Questions Difficulty Level
BODMAS 1/2 Easy
Speed, Time, Distance 1 Easy
Profit & Loss 2 Easy
DI 4 Easy
Geometry 4/5 Easy
Average 1 Easy
Number System 1/2 Easy
Algebra 2 Easy
Ratio-Proportion 1 Easy
Trigonometry 4/5 Easy
Percentage 1 Easy
Simple & Compound Interest 1 Easy
Time & Work 1 Easy
Age Problem 1 Easy


If you compare 2019 & 2018 papers, then you will not find much differences except for some variation in number of questions of certain topics. The exam pattern & level has remained same in both the years, so one can expect a similar type of paper this year.

The level of the questions has been easy in all the shifts, though depending on one's preparation, an aspirant may find it easy - moderate. Like, some students might not be too comfortable with Trigonometry or Geometry sections and so they may find even the easy questions as moderate to hard. 

Accuracy & Speed are two very important factors to excel in any exam & to get that perfect score in Quants it is highly recommended that you practice a lot of questions before your actual exam. Utilize each day to improve your preparation level.

With the exam being scheduled in April this year, aspirants have enough time to work on their weak areasMake a daily schedule from now itself & stick to it without fail. Solve both, Mock Tests & Previous Year Papers.

We will cover the analysis of the English & GA sections in our upcoming blogs.

Until then Keep Studying !!

All The Best !