SSC CGL Mains Exam Analysis – 11th to 14th September 2019
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SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam Analysis for September 11, 2019
Here we will be posting the overall exam analysis of all the shifts that will be conducted on September 11, 2019. Candidates can check the overall feedback received by students who appeared for the exam here.
Sections | No. of Questions/Marks | Good Atempt |
Quantitative Aptitude | 100/200 | 69-76 |
English Comprehension | 200/200 | |
Total | 300/400 |
SSC CGL Tier 2 – MATHS PAPER EXAM REVIEW:
Topic | Number of questions | Level of Exam |
---|---|---|
Number System/HCF/LCM | 7-9 | Easy |
Percentage | 3-4 | Easy |
Average | 4-5 | Easy |
Time & Work, Pipe & Cistern | 5 | Easy |
Profit & Loss, Discount | 8-9 | Easy |
Mixture & Alligation | 4-5 | Easy |
Time Speed Distance, Boat & Stream Trains | 3-4 | Easy |
Interest (CI & SI) | 5 | Easy |
Geometry | 10-15 | Easy-Moderate |
Mensuration | 10-12 | Moderate |
Trigonometry, Height & Distance | 10-12 | Easy-Moderate |
DI [2] | 10 | Easy-Moderate |
Algebra | 9-10 | Easy-Moderate |
Partnership | 2-3 | Easy |
Simplification | 3 | Easy |
Coordinate Geometry | 3 | Easy |
Misc. | 2-3 | Easy |
Total Questions | 100 | Easy-Moderate |
- Paper were very Calculative
- more questions were asked from CI
- Pipe & Cistern-2
- Formula Based Questions asked.
- 2 DI were asked[Bar Graph & Pie Chart]
- 6 digit number was given with 2 digits missing, then find the possible value of X & Y, if 6 digit number is divisible by 72.
- 3-4 questions were asked from discount.
SSC CGL Tier 2 – ENGLISH PAPER EXAM REVIEW:
Topic | No Of Questions |
Error Correction | |
Fill in The Blanks | |
Synonyms | |
Antonym | |
Spelling | |
Idioms | |
PQRS | |
One word Substitution | |
Active – Passive | |
Sentence Improvement | |
Direct Indirect | |
Close test | |
Passage |
Questions Asked in SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam Analysis
English Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (11th Sept 2019)
Maths Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (11th Sept 2019)
English Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (12th Sept 2019)
Maths Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (12th Sept 2019)
English Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (13th Sept 2019)
Maths Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (13th Sept 2019)
English Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (14th Sept 2019)
Maths Questions Asked in SSC CGL Mains (14th Sept 2019)
SSC Cgl Tier 2 Exam Pattern – 2017-18
Subject | Questions | Maximum Marks | Time Duration |
Quantitative Aptitude | 100 | 200 | 2 Hours |
General English | 200 | 200 | 2 Hours |
Section | Level | Good Attempts |
---|---|---|
English Language | Easy-Moderate | 156-172 |
Quantitative Aptitude | Difficult | 66-72 |
In SSC CGL Tier-II Exam, Quantitative Aptitude was of difficult level. Most of the questions were very lengthy or very calculated and time demanding. Difficult level of Quantitative Aptitude was unexpected unlike previous years which is surely going to affect score gained.
SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 English Exam Review & Questions Asked (20th Feb 2018)
Topics | No. Of Questions | ||
---|---|---|---|
1 | Spot the error | 20-21 | moderate |
2 | Fill In the Blanks | 5 | moderate |
3 | Synonyms | 3 | moderate |
4 | Antonyms | 3 | moderate |
5 | Spelling/detecting mis-spelt words | 5-6 | moderate |
6 | Idioms & Phrases | 10-11 | moderate |
7 | One word substitution | 9-10 | easy |
8 | Improvement of sentences | 18-19 | easy-moderate |
9 | Active/Passive voice of verbs | 20 | easy-moderate |
10 | Conversion into direct/indirect narration | 20 | easy-moderate |
11 | Sentence Rearrangement | 25 | moderate |
12 | Cloze Test | 22 | easy-moderate |
13 | Comprehension Passage | 30 | easy-moderate |
Total | 200 Questions | moderate |
Q1.Misappropriation of Money
Q2.Idiom- Bring Home The Bacon
Q3. One who has money
Q4.Idiom-Alphabet Soup
Q5.Banana Oil
Q6.Opposite Of Exigent
Q7.Up in the air.
Q8.Give Ones Of air
Q9.One Word – Member of a band of robber
Q10. Synonym Of Abnegation.
SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Maths Exam Review & Questions Asked (20th Feb 2018)
- Level of Paper 1 (Maths) was Moderate.
- Paper seems to be of similar difficulty level as seen in the previous days (17th, 18th, & 19th) of SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Exam.
- Again questions asked were New, and this is the reason aspirants found the paper to be on the tougher side.
- There were no direct formula-based questions, Every Question needed Analysis, Inferences and Quick Calculation.
- We advise having basics clear questions asked are non-repetitive and based on concepts.
- It’s time to revise the basics of Advance Maths.
- Arithmetic questions were of easy to moderate level.
- Questions on Number Systems were Statement and Inference based (Nested Questions). (Time Taking)
- Questions on Mensuration were lengthy, calculative and New Type.
- Trigonometry Questions were a bit tricky and time- consuming.
- Algebra was moderate but higher level than CGL 2016
- Those who revised previous days Questions of Algebra and Trigonometry with benefited slightly.
- No Co-ordinate geometry questions were asked.
- A lot of Questions had diagrams and had calculative or time-consuming questions.
- Approximation method could not be applied as options were not round off numbers.
- DI was on Tabular Chart Graph (Very Lengthy and Calculative)
Bottom Line: Almost 80 – 90 Questions were doable by average candidates in home based conditions, but due to exam pressure and new type of questions, candidates were unable to attempt upto their true potential.
Questions Asked in SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Maths
- In a triangle ABC value of sides are given, AP is the angle bisector, then find the area of triangle APC?
- If a hemisphere is surmounted on the cube, and total height of this toy is 21cm. Then find volume of Toy
- If 6a:3b:9c, then find the value of a, b & c?
There were 1 DI in the Exam:-
- Tabular
Some questions from exam:
11. 6a:3b:9c, what is the value of a, b & c?
12. In a triangle ABC value of sides are given, AP is the angle bisector, then find the area of triangle APC?
13. If a hemisphere is surmounted on the cube, and total height of this toy is 21cm. Then find volume of Toy?
SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Maths Exam Review & Questions Asked (19th Feb 2018)
- Level of Paper 1 (Maths) was Moderate.
- Paper seems to be of similar difficulty level as seen in the previous day (18th) of SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Exam.
- Again questions asked were New, and this is the reason aspirants found the paper to be on the tougher side.
- There were no direct formula-based questions, Every Question needed Analysis, Inferences and Quick Calculation.
- We advise having basics clear questions asked are non-repetitive and based on concepts.
- It’s time to revise the basics of Advance Maths.
- Arithmetics questions were of easy to moderate level.
- Questions on Mensuration were lengthy, calculative and New Type.
- Trigonometry Questions were a bit tricky and time- consuming.
- Algebra was moderate but higher level than CGL 2016
- No Co-ordinate geometry questions were asked.
- A lot of Questions had diagrams and had calculative or time-consuming questions.
- Height and Distance were easy.
- Approximation method could not be applied as options were not round off numbers.
- DI was on Tabular Chart Graph (Lengthy and Calculative) based on Men and women
1. A certain amount is divided into 3 people. X gets 2/7 of what Y gets and Y gets 4/9 of what Z
gets.. then by how much amount more Z gets than X
2. What is the rate of interest if the Simple interest is 8000 and the compound interest is 8164.. for
two years.
3. What is the number of months which amounts to Rs___ compounded semi annually at the rate
of 20%
4. If the ratio of curved surface area and total surface area of a cylinder is 2:1.. then find out the
volume of the cylinder
5. Find the number divisible by 253 between 1000 and 9999.
6. Two trains having speed _ km/h and _ km/h.If second train reaches destination late by 8
minutes than first one. Due to some technical failure on first train it now reaches destination late
by 12 minutes. find out the distance between the two station?
7. What is the unit digit of the sum of first 111 whole numbers?
8. If a cuboid having sides 30×50×40 is divided into 8 equal parts by cutting 3 times. then find out
the total surface area of all the parts
9. A sphere is put inside a hollow cone having base radius r. Then find out the ratio between the
radius of sphere and the hollow cone
10. If (a+b)/c=7/9 and (b+c)/a=11/5. then find the value of c?
11. A man invested a sum of money at compound interest. It amounted to Rs. ______ in 2 years and
Rs. ______ in 3 years. Find the
12. The compound interest on Rs. _______ at ______ % per annum for x years is Rs. _____ . The value
of n is
13. The compound interest on Rs. _____ at _____ % per annum for 1 ½ years, interest being
compounded semi-annually is
14. Find the rate percent per annum is Rs. ______ amounts to Rs. _______ in 3 years with interest
being compounded annually.
15. If x + y + z = 0 3y2+x2+z22y2–xz=?
16. If x1x2x3 = 4(4 + x1 + x2 + x4) Find , (12+x1+12+x2+1x+x30=? )
17. If x³ + y³ + z³ = 3 (1 +xyz) P = y + z – x Q = z + x – y R = x + y – z Find P³ + Q³ + R³ – 3PQR
18. If a³ + 3a² + 9a = 1 Find a3 +3a=?
19. If 3x + 5y + 7z = 49 9x + 8y + 212 = 126 Find y = ?
20. If x, y, z are real no. if x³ + y³ + z³ = 13, x + y + z = 1, xyz = 1 Find xy + yz + zx = ?
21. If P = 7 + 4 √3 PQ = 1 , Find 1P2 +1Q2 =?
22. A and B are positive numbers. If A + B + AB = 65. Find the difference between A and B. (A, B ≤15)
23. If a+bc=65,b+ca=92. Find a+cb=?
24. If α and β are the roots of equation x² – x + 1, then find the equation having roots α³ + β³
25. (sin x+sin y)(sin x–sin y)(cos x+cos y)(cos y–cos x)=?
26. tan² (90 – θ) – sin² (90 – θ)] cosec² (90 –θ). cot² (90 – θ)
27. Sin (B – C). cos (A – D) + sin (A – B). cos (C – D) + sin (C – A). cos (B – D)
28. tan 5θ–tan 3θ4 cos 4θ(tan 5θ–tan 3θ)
29. cos (180 –θ2) . cos (180–9θ2) + sin (180–3θ2) . sin (180–13θ2)
30. ABCD is a square whose side is 4 cm. P is a point on the side AD. Minimum value of BP + CD
31. The radius of two circles is 3 cm and 4 cm. The distance between the centre of the circle is 10 cm.
What is the ratio of the length of direct common tangent to transverse common tangent ?
33. AB and AC are two tangents of a circle whose radius is 6 cm. If ∠BAC = 60°. Find √AB2 + AC
2 =?
36. ABC is a right angled ∆. ∠BAC = 90°, ∠ACB = 60°. Find the circum-radius to AB.
37. ∆ABC ~ ∆PQR. AB : PQ = 7 : 3. AD →median on BC. PS→ median on QR. Find (BD/QS)
43. A chord is drawn to Two concentric circles. Length of chords are 4 and 16. What’s is the
difference of the square of radii of both circles.
44. A mixture contains acid and water in the ratio 11:2. If 35 liter of water is added quantity of acid
becomes twice of water. What’s the initial quantity of acid.
45. Average of the number from 100 to 400 which are divisble by 13.
46. A man buys 5 sarees of avg cost 2250. If he had bought 3 more sarees the avg cost would have
been 2750. What’s the avg cost of all sarees together.
49. A shopkeeper marked up his good by 125% and allowed a
discount of 25%. If the selling price of good is rs64p, find the
cost price of the good.
50. A point made an angle of elevation to the top of a tower with tangent of 3/4. If point shifts 300
meters towards tower then the tangent becomes 4/3. What is the height of the tower?
53. Two man starts walking towards each other with speed of 21 km/hr and 24 km/hr. If they meet
after 1 hr 12 mins, What’s the distance between them initially.
54. If a cube is cut in 27 equal cubes. What’s the percentage change in the total surface area.
55. A cylinder of height 8 cm and radius 3.5 cm is perfectly put inside of another cylinder with their
axis perpendicular to each other. What’s the radius of another cylinder.
56. If a no is increased by 20 it becomes 116% of itself. Find the number?
57. A B C can do a work in 7.5 days. C is thrice as good as A.
B working alone can do the same work in 15 days. In
how many days A and C together can complete the same
work.
58. Speed of a boat going downstream is 30 km/hr while 18
km/hr going upstream. Find the average speed of the
boat.
59. If the Speed of a bus without stoppage is 60 km/hr and
45 km/hr with stoppages. For how many minutes the
bus stops per hour.
60. Area of a hexagon is equal to the area of a square. Find
the ratio of their perimeters.
61. Base radius of a cylinder, hemisphere and cone is same
and they all have equal height of 2√3. Then find the ratio
of their total surface areas.
62. The lowest common multiple of 1728 and K is 5184. Then find the number of possible value of K.
63. If one of the quadratic equation of ax2 + bx + c = 0 is 5 + √3. Find (a2 + b2 + c2)/ (a + b + c).
64. Two equal spheres are put in a cube of side 12 + 4√3. Find the maximum possible volume of
each sphere.
65. A sum is compounded annually. After two years amount is Rs 9600 and after 3rd year it amounts
Rs 10270. Find a sum of Rs 15000 will amount to at same rate for 3 years.
66. If x2 – 4x + 1 = 0, find x9 + x7 – 196×5 – 196×3
67. A, B and C invested in a business in the ratio of 4:5:7. C is a sleeping partner, so his share of
profits will be half of what it would have been if he were a working partner. If they make a profit
of Rs 36000 of which 25% is reinvested in the business. How much does B gets?
68. Find the number of possible 3 digits odd numbers with all odd digits in it.
69. The difference between compound interest if a sum is invested yearly and quarterly at a rate of
15% is Rs 4.728. find the sum.
70. If P = 7 + 4√3 and PQ = 1, then find 1?2 +1?2.
71. 11×2+11×4+12×3+12×7+ ⋯ up to 20 terms. Find the sum of the series.
SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 English Exam Review (19th February 2018)
- Level of paper 2 (English) was Moderate.
- Questions were again jumbled
- Some of the Vocabs were Repeated and a few were New.
- Some of PQRS (Parajumble) Questions were lengthy, rest easy.
- Error detection was of good difficulty level.
- Idioms and Phrases were Moderate (without Sentence)
- One word Substitutions were easy
- Narration was easy
- Voice was of moderate level
- Cloze test was moderate level and mostly based on Grammar
- Some Reading Comprehension was easy level some were moderate
- The overall Difficulty level can be said to be similar to previous days of CGL17.
Topic | #Questions |
Error Correction | 20 |
Fill in The Blanks | 5 |
Synonyms | 3 |
Antonym | 3 |
Spelling | 3 |
Idioms | 10 |
PQRS | 20 |
One word Substitution | 12 |
Active – Passive | 20 |
Sentence Improvement | 22 |
Direct Indirect | 27 |
Close test | 25 |
Passage | 30 |
Questions Asked in SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 English
Idioms and Phrases:
- To rule the roost
- Pay lip service
- No love lost
- Rip up old sores
- In a flutter
- out of sorts
- hornet’s nest
- Protract
- oracular
- profligate
Reading Comprehension:
- Mahatma Gandhi
- U-19 Cricket Team
SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Maths Exam Review & Questions Asked (18th Feb 2018)
- Level of paper 1 (Maths) was Moderate.
- Paper seems to be of similar difficulty level as seen in the previous day (17th) of SSC CGL 2017 T2 Exam.
- Questions asked were New, and this is the reason aspirants found the paper to be on the tougher side.
- There were no direct formula-based questions, Every Question needed Analysis, Inferences and Quick Calculation.
- We advise having basics clear questions asked are non-repetitive and based on concepts.
- It’s time to revise the basics of Advance Maths.
- Arithmetics questions were of easy to moderate level.
- Questions on Mensuration were lengthy, calculative and New Type.
- Trigonometry Questions were a bit tricky and time- consuming.
- Algebra was moderate but higher level than CGL 2016
- A lot of Questions had diagrams and had calculative or time-consuming questions.
- Height and Distance were easy.
- DI was on Tabular Chart Graph (Calculative)
Questions Asked in SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Maths (QMaths)
Question Photo Credits: Anurag Matchu
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Q. 10) Average of the number from 100 to 400 which are divisible by 13.
Q. 11) Two men start walking towards each other with speed of 21 km/hr and 24 km/hr. If they meet after 1 hr 15 mins, Whats the distance between them initially.
Q. 12) A chord is drawn to Two concentric circles. Lenght of chords are 4 and 16. What is the difference between the square of radii of both circles? (QMaths.in)
Q. 13) A man buys 5 sarees of avg cost 2250. If he had bought 3 more sarees the avg cost would have been 2750. Whats the avg cost of all sarees together.
Q. 14) A mixture contains acid and water in the ratio 11:2. If 35 liter of water is added the quantity of acid becomes twice in water. Whats the initial quantity of qmaths acid.
Q. 15) A cylinder of height 8 cm and radius 3.5 cm is perfectly put inside of another cylinder with their axis perpendicular to each other. Whats the radius of another cylinder.
Q. 16) If a cube is cut in 27 equal cubes. Whats the percentage change in the total surface area.
Q. 17) Two men start walking towards each other with speed of 21 km/hr and 24 km/hr. If they meet after 1 hr 15 mins, Whats the distance between them initially.
Q. 18) A B and C can do a piece of work in 7.5 days. C is thrice as productive as A and B alone can do it in 15 days. In how many days A and C together can do the work if B leaves? (QMaths.in)
Q. 19) cos^3x+cos3x÷ cos^6x-sin^6x
Q. 20) n=0.3693693699, m=.531531531, find 1/n+1/m.
- Two mans starts walking towards each other with speed of 21 km/hr and 24 km/hr. If they meet after 1 hr 15 mins, Whats the distance beetween them initially.
- If a cube is cut in 27 equal cubes. Whats the percentage change in the total surface area.
- A cylinder of height 8 cm and radius 3.5 cm is perfectly put inside of another cylinder with their axis perpendicular to each other. Whats the radius of other cylinder.
- If a no is increased by 20 it becomes 116% of itself. Find the number?
- A b c can do a work in 7.5 days. C is thrice as good as A. B working alone can do the same work in 15 days. In how many days A and C together can complete the same work.
- Speed of a boat going downstream is 30 km/hr while 18 km/hr going upstream. Find the average speed of the boat.
- If the Speed of a bus without stopage is 60 km/hr and 45 km/hr with stopages. For how many minutes the bus stops per hour.
- Area of a hexagon is equal to the area of a square. Find the ratio od their paremeters.
Topics | No. Of Questions | Level Of Difficulty | |
---|---|---|---|
1 | Number System/HCF/LCM | 4 | moderate |
2 | Percentage | 3-4 | easy |
2 | Average | 3-4 | moderate |
3 | Time & Work | 5 | easy-moderate |
4 | Profit & Loss , Discount | 9-10 | moderate |
5 | Ratio | 4-5 | easy-moderate |
6 | Time Speed Distance | 4 | easy |
7 | Interest (CI & SI) | 4-5 | moderate |
8 | Geometry | 7-8 | Difficult |
9 | Mensuration | 10-12 | moderate-difficult |
10 | Trigonometry , Height & Distance | 6-7 | easy-moderate |
10 | Height & Distance | 3 | easy |
11 | DI | 5 | typical calculation |
12 | Algebra | 10-11 | moderate-difficult |
13 | Mixture & Alligation | 3 | moderate |
Total | 100 Questions | Difficult |
SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 English Exam Review (17th February 2018)
- Level of paper 2 (English) was Easy to little Moderate.
- Questions were again jumbled
- Some of the Vocabs were Repeated and some were New.
- Some of PQRS (Parajumble) Questions were lengthy, rest easy.
- Error detection was of good difficulty level.
- Idioms and Phrases were easy
- Cloze test was mostly based on Grammar
- 1/2 set of Reading Comprehension was good level rest were easy
- The overall Difficulty level can be said to be easier than yesterday and CGL 2016 level.
Topic (Qmaths) | #Questions |
Error Correction | 20 |
Fill in The Blanks | 5 |
Synonyms | 3 |
Antonym | 3 |
Spelling | 3 |
Idioms | 10 |
PQRS | 20 |
One word Substitution | 12 |
Active – Passive | 20 |
Sentence Improvement | 22 |
Direct Indirect | 27 |
Close test | 25 |
Passage | 30 |
Questions Asked in SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 English
Synonyms & Antonyms:
- Vacillate
- Scurrilous
- Esoteric
- Ribald
- Acerbic
- Mania of disease/illness
- Climbing of mountain,
- Situated on bank
- woman with brown hair
- vomit inducer is called
Idioms and Phrases:
- Catch 22
- Foot the bill
Narration:
- He said to me ‘yellow is his favorite color’
Reading Comprehension Topics:
- Rohit Sharma Doube Century,
- Gandhian Philosophy,
- Amazon Inhabitants
SSC CGL Tier-II Quant
TOPICS | Number of questions |
Number System (Including Simplification + HCF-LCM) | 12 |
Percentage | 4 |
Profit, Loss & Discount | 9 |
SI & CI | 4 |
Ratio/Mixture/Alligation | 7 |
Time, Speed & Distance | 4 |
Time & Work | 6 |
Average | 5 |
Algebra | 9 |
Geometry | 14 |
Mensuration | 11 |
Trigonometry | 10 |
DI (Bar Graph) | 5 |
- Questions on Mensuration were lengthy.
- Trigonometry Questions were a bit tricky and time- consuming.
- Arithmetcs questions were easier than Advanced Maths portion.
- DI on Tabular Chart Graph (Calculative)
- Level of paper 2 (English) was Easy to Moderate.
- Surprise: Questions were jumbled and it caused little confusion and uncomfort to candidates.
- Most of Vocabs were New, and a few were repeated.
- Some of PQRS questions had initial and final lines/words marks as 1/6, while some were not.
- Difficulty level was similar to qmaths recent mocks.
Topic | No Of Questions |
Error Correction | 20 |
Fill in The Blanks | 5 |
Synonyms | 3 |
Antonym | 3 |
Spelling | 3 |
Idioms | 10 |
PQRS | 20 |
One word Substitution | 12 |
Active – Passive | 20 |
Sentence Improvement | 22 |
Direct Indirect | 27 |
Close test | 25 |
Passage | 30 |
Questions Asked
- In a triangle side AB= 5 Bc =8 Ac =√41 median through A is AD then find area of ABD
- A+B+AB =65 THEN A-B?
- Find the number between 1000 and 9999 which is divisible by 283
- Find the radius of sphere having surface area 3452cm square
- A certain amount is divided into 3 people. X gets 2/7 of what Y gets and Y gets 4/9 of what Z gets.. then by how much amount more Z gets than A
- What is the rate of interest if the Simple interest is 8000 and the compound interest is 8164.. for two years.
- What is the number of months which amounts to Rs___ compounded semi annually at the rate of 20%
- If the ratio of curved surface area and total surface area of a cylinder is 2:1.. then find out the volume of the cylinder
- Two trains having speed _ km/h and _ km/h.If second train reaches destination late by 8 minutes than first one. Due to some technical failure on first train it now reaches destination late by 12 minutes.. find out the distance between the two station?
- What is the unit digit of the sum of first 111 whole numbers?
- If a cuboid having sides 30×50×40 is divided into 8 equal parts by cutting 3 times.. then find out the total surface area of all the parts
- A sphere is put inside a hollow cone having base radius r. Then find out the ratio between the radius of sphere and the hollow cone
- If (a+b)/c=7/9 and (b+c)/a=11/5.. the find the value of c
- What is the rate of interest if the Simple interest is 8000 and the compound interest is 8164.. for two years.
- A sphere is put inside a hollow cone having base radius r. Then find out the ratio between the radius of sphere and the hollow cone
- What is the unit digit of the sum of first 111 whole numbers?
- If a cuboid having sides 30×50×40 is divided into 8 equal parts by cutting 3 times.. then find out the total surface area of all the parts.
Questions Asked in SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 English (QMaths)
- Antonyms: tempestuous
- Antonyms: Swindle
- Antonyms: Vista
- Synonyms: Guzzle
- Synonyms: Hound
- Synonyms: Embargo
- One word Substitutions: Lack of Civic mindedness or of patriotism
- One word Substitutions: Preferring or attracted to Sunlight
- One word Substitutions: Mutual Discourse .qmaths.
- One word Substitutions: love for dogs
- One word Substitutions: Killer of prophet
- One word Substitutions: A person who preserves the skin of animals
- One word Substitutions: Obsession of wine
- One word Substitutions: Killing of Birds
- One word Substitutions: Study of snakes
- One word Substitutions: Eating mud
- One word Substitutions: A Govt. by military class
- Idioms and Phrases: Reap the whirlwind
- Idioms and Phrases: Wild and woolly
- Idioms and Phrases: Wheather the storm
- Idioms and Phrases: Whoop it up
- Idioms and Phrases: with the vengeance
- Idioms and Phrases: Spin your wheels
- Idioms and Phrases: Give it a whirl
- Idioms and Phrases: Up against the wall
- Idioms and Phrases: Wear the green willow
- Idioms and Phrases: Of the first water
Synonyms:-
- Gazzle
- tempestuous
- Guzzle
- Embargo
- Hound
- Vista
- Swindle
Idioms phrases
- Give it a wirl
- weather the storm
- green willow
- Study of snakes
- Reap the whirlwind
- Wild and woolly
- Whoop it up
- with the vengeance
- Spin your wheels
- Up against the wall
- Military takes over a country
- Dog lover
- Too bully too furry
- Lack of Civic mindedness or of patriotism
- Preferring or attracted to Sunlight
- Mutual Discourse
- Study of snakes
- Killer of prophet
- A person who preserves the skin of animals
- Obsession of wine
- Killing of Birds
- One who eats mud