The Staff Selection Commission will conduct SSC CHSL 2021 on April 12, 2021. The exam has 3 tiers - Tier I, Tier II and Tier-III. Tier I exam is a computer-based and objective type exam, where the SSC CHSL Tier-II exam is a descriptive type exam.
General Intelligence (GI) is one of the four subjects of the SSC CHSL Tier-I exam. A total of 25 questions are asked from various topics such as Series, Coding, Arrangement, etcetera in this subject.
In the article, the topic-wise exam paper analysis of SSC CHSL General Intelligence (GI), preparation strategy and list of mandatory books has been discussed. Read the latest news on SSC CHSL Exam.
The number of questions asked in the SSC CHSL Tier-I exam from each topic and their weightage is fixed. However, the SSC CHSL 2020 topic-wise weightage of Reasoning & General Intelligence (GI) has been tabulated below.
|Topics||No. Of Questions||Difficulty Level|
|Odd One Out||3||Easy|
|Statement & Conclusions||1||Easy-Moderate|
|Venn Diagram & Syllogism||1||Easy|
|Paper Folding Image||1||Easy|
It should also be noted that the questions asked in the reasoning and General Intelligence (GI) part are of easy-moderate difficulty. Get the list of Books for SSC CHSL 2021 Exam for all sections.
The following books can be taken into consideration while preparing for the SSC CHSL 2021 Exam General Reasoning & Intelligence Part.
|A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning||Dr R.S. Aggarwal|
|Perfect Verbal Reasoning By Ajay Chauhan||Ajay Chauhan|
|Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning By Disha Publication||Gajendra Kumar|
|SSC Reasoning by Rakesh Yadav||Rakesh Yadav|
It is also a matter of fact that no single book can help you to strengthen your General Intelligence (GI) and reasoning ability.
The candidates should aim to attempt at least 22+ questions to clear the SSC CHSL Exam with a good score. Section-wise preparation tips are discussed below:
Generally, 3-4 questions are asked from this subtopic, which is really a good number as compared to the total number of GI questions.
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The candidates are given a pair of numbers or words and have to find the next pair according to it. The relation can be anything and should be identified as first, such as:
Some of the easy tips to master analogy questions are:
Series questions are some of the most logical questions that are asked in the SSC CHSL tier-I GI part. Different types of series can be asked in the SSC CHSL tier-I exam.
The question generally contains a series that is incomplete. Candidates have to choose the best option to complete the series logically.
Here are some of the tricks that can be used to solve the series questions:
Odd one out question contains a set of Numbers, Words, Letters, or Patterns and contains one term which is not similar to the other three terms in any way. The terms can be similar to each other in many ways such as:
These questions also test the candidate’s Vocabulary, General Knowledge, Mathematical Aptitude and Observation skills. There can also be alphabetical, numerical or alpha-numerical patterns too.
Some of the tips and tricks to solve the odd one out questions are given below:
Coding-Decoding questions are often asked in the SSC CHSL exam. This tests the deciphering ability of the candidate. Generally, in these kinds of questions, a word is given along with its coded form.
The candidate has to derive the relation between the word and its given code and has to cypher or decipher the question accordingly. Candidates must keep in mind the following points while solving the questions:
Practice your weak and frequently asked topics more often. It will help you to secure a guaranteed score in the GI part. Practising regularly will help you to understand the patterns and solutions that can be applied to the questions that are asked in the SSC CHSL Exam.
Therefore, candidates can score better marks in the SSC CHSL Tier-I examination by following the proper preparation strategy for the General Intelligence (GI) and Reasoning part. Also, the topic should be
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.