SSC CHSL April 17, 2021, Shift-I Paper Analysis - Check Difficulty Level Here

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Apr 17, 2021

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SSC CHSL April 17, 2021 Shift I Paper Analysis is provided here. Check the difficulty level and good attempts.

The Staff Selection Commission is currently conducting the Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (CHSL) 2020. The commission started conducting the examination on April 12, 2021. The difficulty level for the majority of the shifts has remained easy to moderate to date.

Amid the ongoing pandemic and increasing Covid-19 cases, the commission had refused the candidates’ requests to postpone the ongoing exam. The exam was conducted successfully on April 17, 2021, throughout the country.

SSC CHSL Tier-I Exam Schedule for Different Shifts

SSC CHSL 2021 shifts Exam start time Exam end time
Shift 1 9 AM 10 AM
Shift 2 12 PM 1 PM
Shift 3 3 PM 4 PM

The exam time for the Shift I was from 9 Am, however, the candidates were given entry one hour before the commencement of the exam. Also, the candidates’ temperatures were tested during the entry into the examination hall.

Here, we have tried to analyse the SSC CHSL April 17, 2021, Shift-I paper according to the responses given by the candidates who appeared for the exam.

SSC CHSL April 17, 2021, Shift-I Paper Analysis

As per the news shared by the candidates who had appeared for the CHSL on 17 April 2021 Shift-I paper was of easy-moderate difficulty level. The good attempts are estimated to be between 72 and 86, more detailed section-wise analysis of the paper has been provided in the table below.

Section 17 April 2021 - Shift I
Difficulty Level Good Attempts
General Intelligence Easy 21-23
General Awareness Moderate 18-21
English Comprehension Easy-Moderate 17-22
Quantitative Aptitude Easy-Moderate 16-20
Overall Easy-Moderate 72-86

From the above analysis, it can be noted that the General Intelligence section was comparatively the easiest section of all in the SSC CHSL 17 April Shift-I exam. However, the Quantitative Aptitude Section was a bit difficult.

However, the candidates who have correctly attempted more than the good attempts prescribed above holds high chances of getting shortlisted for the tier-II descriptive exam. The candidates whose exam is about to be commenced should also study the SSC CHSL Paper analysis and attempt their exam wisely.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.