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SSC CGL Tier I Exam Syllabus Topic Wise Details- 2014

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Download SSC Combined Graduate level Examination 2014- Tier 1 Syllabus Details- Revised Syllabus with Latest Format of SSC CGLE 2014 Question Paper.

We have already introduced you with the SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination 2014’s Pattern and Paper Scheme, As we all know the SSC CGL Selection process follows 3 stage tests that includes the Tier I, Tier II and Tier III. The Tier I and Tier II are to be taken in form of written examination. Having grip over the exact syllabus and topic wise details will give a concrete foundation to start your preparation so to help you on this in series of SSC CGL 2014 Preparation here I am sharing the SSC CGL Tier I Exam Syllabus with Topic Wise Description.
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Detailed Syllabus of SSC Combined Graduate Level Tier I Exam 2014

 SSC CGLE Tier I Exam Date: 27/04/2014 & 04/05/2014

As we already know the SSC CGL Tier I is a common examination for all posts, everyone has to participate in it no matter for which post you’ve applied while filling the SSC CGL Exam form. The SSC CGL Tier I Question paper will be based upon common competitive examination pattern that includes following sections- General intelligence & Reasoning, Current Affairs, English Comprehension and Quantitative Aptitude. But here the thing confuses everyone is what are the topics we required to study under these section to crack the SSC CGL Exam. Don’t worry! Below I have provided topic wise syllabus of SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam – Tier 1-

Section A: General Intelligence & Reasoning

As we all know General Intelligence & Reasoning refers to the verbal and nonverbal reasoning related questions, this section will be covering questions from the following topics-
Similarities & Differences
Analogies
Spatial Orientation
Decision making
Arithmetical reasoning
Problem solving, analysis
observation
discrimination
Figural classification
non-verbal series
coding and decoding
Punched hole
Indexing, Address matching
relationship
concepts, and, arithmetic number series
space visualization
statement conclusion
Judgment
visual memory
syllogistic reasoning
Symbolic/Number Classification
Social Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence
Semantic Classification
Semantic Analogy
Figural Analogy
Symbolic/Number Analogy
Venn Diagrams
Trends, Space Orientation
Figural Classification
Numerical Operations
Number Series
Semantic Series
Date & city matching
Figural Series
Problem Solving
Classification of center codes/roll numbers
Embedded Figures
Small & Capital letters/numbers coding
Word Building
Decoding and classification
Coding & de-Coding
Space Visualization
Critical thinking
Symbolic Operations
Drawing Inferences
Figural Pattern
Pattern –folding & un-folding
Folding and completion

Section B. General Awareness:

In this section the question paper will be mapped on following topics and subtopics-
  • National & International Current Affairs
  • Latest Events and Happenings in Social and political environment
  • Scientific & Historical aspects
  • Culture, Geography, Economic and other environmental approaches
  • General Policies
  • Research and Science
 

Section C. Quantitative Aptitude:

Basically this section will be judging your command over mathematics and number sense that includes sub topics like computation in math, decimal numbers, fractions and number relationship. As said above it will be judging your knowledge over basic elements of math so it also covers the Ratio/proportion, Percentage & square roots apart from this you need to study- Average, Profit & loss, Interest calculation, discount theorems, mixture allegation and partnership business. One of the most important parts of syllabus is time, speed & distance related questions. That includes Work & Time, Algebra Ability, elementary surds, liner programming and graphical equations, Variations and Concept of Triangle & its various kinds of centers.  Circles/Chords, angels, tangents etc.

Section D. English Comprehension:

Basic command over English Grammar, it’s comprehension, writing and understanding of subject will be judged through MCQ based questions.

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