SSC CHSL EXAM PATTERN
The SSC-CHSL exam is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to recruit candidates for various posts such as Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)/ Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant (PA)/ Sorting Assistant (SA) and Data Entry Operator (DEO).
In this post, we will discuss the latest SSC-CHSL Exam Pattern and SSC-CHSL Syllabus to make it easy for you to make a study plan for the SSC-CHSL 2017-18.
SSC-CHSL Exam Pattern 2017-18
The SSC-CHSL examinations is conducted in three phases –
SSC-CHSL Tier I: SSC-CHSL Tier I is a computer-based objective type examination. A candidate will be given 60 minutes and he or she has to answer 100 questions from the topics such as English Language, General Intelligence & Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness.
SSC-CHSL Exam Pattern for Tier I
- SSC-CHSL Tier II: SSC-CHSL Tier II is the second phase of the SSC-CHSL exam. SSC-CHSL Tier II paper is a pen and paper-based test. A candidate has to write an Zessay of about 200-250 words along with a letter of about 150-200 words. Tier II paper is for 100 marks and both the essay and letter have to be written in an hour. To get qualified in the SSC-CHSL Tier II exam a candidate must at least score a minimum of 33%.
- .SSC-CHSL Tier III – SSC-CHSL Tier III is the last phase of the SSC-CHSL 2017-18 recruitment. SSC-CHSL tier-III exam is qualifying in nature. Tier III is also called as Skill Test or Typing test. Note: The final result will be determined by the scores secured in Tier I and Tier II of the examination.