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SSC Question Paper from year 2010 – 2017

SSC Question Paper CGL 2017 – Covered in this Post (Given Below)

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SSC Question Paper CGL 2017 Tier 1

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05 Aug 2017DownloadExam Not HeldDownload
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SSC Question Paper CGL 2017 Tier 2

DateShift 1Shift 2
17 Feb 2018MathsEnglish
18 Feb 2018MathsEnglish
19 Feb 2018MathsEnglish
20 Feb 2018MathsEnglish
21 Feb 2018MathsEnglish
22 Feb 2018AAOStats
09 Mar 2018MathsEnglish
09 Mar 2018 (For a few centres)Maths

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Doing previous year question papers is a great way to analyse what type of questions are asked by SSC in its exams. We recommend that you should not completely rely on previous year question papers as SSC no longer repeats a lot of questions like it used to do till 2016.

Due to increase in competition in SSC Exams, SSC is increasing the level of questions asked. So, what is more important is that you should make your basics strong, then solve these question papers to get an idea and at last solve questions from standard preparation books mentioned here – Best Books for SSC CGL Preparation.

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12 comments

  1. Ajit Kumar Mandal

    Dear Sir,
    The answer given in one question is wrong so plz rectify the answer. The error is at SSC CGL tire-1 exam; 6-August-2017.
    Qn. no. 01. the answer shall be onion. because all other are Fruits except onion. onion is a modified stem (bulb).

    Thanking You

  2. Please refer to QID 61 of SSC CGL 08 Aug 2017 (I Shift).
    Obviously x = 1, as x + (1/x) = 2 is possible for x = 1 only.
    Hence, (x raised to 64) + (x raised to 121) is equal to 1 + 1 =2, and not 0 as the answer has been given.
    It was zero only in case x was equal to -1.

  3. hi please add tier 2 paper 2017

  4. thank you sir thanks a lot

  5. ghanshyam aloriya

    thank u sir for ur effort

  6. Sir, you provide many previous papers of ssc cgl ,its a great job,I thank you very much for that,please would you mind explain all the mathematics section of the papers,then it will very useful to us.

    • At present it will not be possible Sir, due to shortage of manpower. For that purpose Kiran’s Previous Book will do.

  7. Thank you for your efforts sir.
    I appreciate that.

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