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## SSC CGL Question Paper with Answer Key 6 June 2019

**Name of exam:** SSC CGL 2018-2019 Tier 1

**Date of exam:** 06 Jun 2019

**Shifts:** Shift 1 (9 AM to 10 AM), Shift 2 (1 PM to 2 PM), Shift 3 (3 PM to 4 PM)

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#### SSC CGL Question Paper with Answer Key 6 June 2019 Shift 1

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Previously, we had shared memory based questions answers for you below.

Here are all the memory based questions and answers of SSC CGL exam held on June 6, 2019. You can also comment questions that you remember to get their answers.

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### SSC CGL Memory Based Questions Asked and Answer Key 6th June 2019 – Shift 1, 2, 3

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N/9 =2

N/11 = 3

So the following must be true

2N/7 = 2 remainder

2N/9 = 4 remainder

2N/11 = 6 remainder

But if we add five to each of the equations they will have a remainder of zero

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(2n+5)/7 = 0 remainder

(2n+5)/9 = 0 remainder

(2n+5)/11 = 0 reminder

therefore

(2n+5) must be a multiple of 7*9*11 =693

(2n+5) = 693

2n = 688

N = 344

N/7 = 49 Remainder 1

N/9 = 38 Reminder 2

N/11 = 31 Remainder 3

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### SSC CGL Exam Analysis 6^{th} June 2019

Before we dive into the detailed shift wise analysis, here are some points that remained common in all.

**Mode of exam:** Computer based test

**Duration of exam:** 1 hour (80 minutes for VH/ OH (afflicted with Cerebral Palsy/ deformity in writing hand- Pl))

**Exam Pattern**

Name of Subject | No. of questions | Marks |

General intelligence and reasoning | 25 | 50 |

General awareness | 25 | 50 |

Quantitative aptitude | 25 | 50 |

English comprehension | 25 | 50 |

Total | 100 | 200 |

**Marking scheme**

- +2 for correct answers
- -0.5 (negative marking) for incorrect answers

**Good attempts:** Based on an analysis of the shifts, number of good attempts in each section / overall in each shift are as follows.

Name of Subject | Shift-1 | Shift-2 | Shift-3 |

General intelligence and reasoning | 22-23 | 20-22 | coming soon |

General awareness | 11-13 | 17-18 | coming soon |

Quantitative aptitude | 15-16 | 15-17 | coming soon |

English comprehension | 23-24 | 17-20 | coming soon |

Total | 73-76 | 69-77 | coming soon |

### SSC CGL Exam Analysis 6^{th} June 2019 – Shift 1

Candidates took some key takeaways from the previous day. And as expected, the paper was similar in difficulty level. **Once again mathematics oriented questions were tough to solve.** **Most scoring section was English.**

**Key highlights**

- General Intelligence and Reasoning had 2-3 questions each on analogy, and classification. There were 2 questions on coding-decoding also.
- In General Awareness, there were 4-5 questions each from art and culture, medieval history, economy, current affairs.
- Quantitative ability had 3-5 questions each from geometry, algebra, data interpretation, trigonometry, percentages.
- English comprehension had 5 questions on cloze test, and 2-4 questions each on one word substitution, idioms, fill in the blanks, synonyms-antonyms, spellins, error recognition.

### SSC CGL Exam Analysis 6^{th} June 2019 – Shift 2

Once again quantitative ability proved to be most challenging. In fact looking at this and past day’s papers, candidates are recommended to not waste too much time on QA questions. This time too, reasoning was said to be more scoring.

**Key highlights**

- Maximum marks can be scored in general intelligence and reasoning. Analogy and series had 3-3 questions each. There was a even distribution from remaining topics.
- Least scoring was QA. There were 4-4 questions each from profit and loss, geometry, data interpretation.
- In general awareness, questions were quite direct. There were 3-4 from Geography, and Chemistry each. Current affairs had a fair share of 6-7 questions.
- In English, cloze test again had majority questions, 5. Then there was a equal distribution among remaining topics.

### SSC CGL Exam Analysis: Topics From Which Questions Were Asked

In today’s exam, questions were asked from following topics.

S.No. | General intelligence and reasoning | General awareness | Quantitative aptitude | English comprehension |

1 | Paper cutting and folding | Indian Polity | Interest | Sentence completion |

2 | Embedded figures | Geography | Pipes and cisterns | One word substitution |

3 | Counting figures | Physics | Speed, time, distance | Idioms |

4 | Arithmetic reasoning | Chemistry | Profit and loss | Fill in the blanks |

5 | Mirror image | Current Affairs | Time and work | Spellings |

6 | Analogy | Medieval History | Average | Error recognition |

7 | Alphanumeric series | Economy | Mensuration | Vocabulary |

8 | Classification | Art and Culture | LCM HCF | Cloze Test |

9 | Coding Decoding | Trigonometry | ||

10 | Percentages | |||

11 | Algebra | |||

12 | Geometry | |||

13 | Data Interpretation |

Answer to your Q no 4 is wrong.

It should be 168

Hi

Question is What will be the smallest number which when divided by 7, 9, 11 will respectively give 1, 2 and 3 as remainders?

168 does not satisfy the criteria.