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Download SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level ) 2018 Tier 1, Shift 3, Was Held on 3 July 2019.

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General Intelligence and Reasoning

For the following questions answer them individually

Q2:- The total age of a mother and her son is 60 years. The difference between their ages is 30 years. Find out the age of the mother.
a.    40 years
b.    45 years
c.    35 years
d.    50 years

Q3:- Three of the following four words are alike in a certain way and one is different. Pick the odd word out.
a.    Bark
b.    Croak
c.    Larva
d.    Bleat

Q4:- Select the word-pair in which the two words are related in the same way as are the two words in the following word-pair.
Fan : Electricity
a.    Petrol : Fuel
b.    Bike : Kick
c.    Vehicles : Fuel
d.    Cooler : Water

Q6:- Two statements are given, followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. Assuming the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.
All breads are cakes.
All eggs are cakes.
I. Some cakes are breads.
II. Some breads are eggs.
III. No bread is an egg.
a.    All the conclusions follow.
b.    Conclusion I and either conclusion II or III follow.
c.    Only conclusions I and III follow.
d.    Only conclusions I and II follow.

Q12:- Select the letter cluster that will come next in the following series.
a.    KSH
b.    LSI
c.    LSH
d.    KTI

General knowledge

For the following questions answer them individually

Q1:- India lifted South Asian Football Federation SAFF Women's Championship for how many times in a row in March 2019 ?
a.    4th
b.    6th
c.    3rd
d.    5th

Q2:- Who among the following invented the computer language, COBOL?
a.    Guido van Rossum
b.    Brendan Eich
c.    Grace Murray Hopper
d.    John McCarthy

Q3:- In the famous Rohilla War in the year 1774, the Rohillas were defeated by the Nawab of Awadh named:
a.    Asif Jah Mirza
b.    Shuja-ud-Daula
c.    Asaf-ud-Daula
d.    Yamin-ud-Daula

Q4:- The power to enquire into and decide all doubts and disputes arising out of election of the President is vested in:
a.    The Supreme Court
b.    The Prime Minister of India
c.    The Election Commission

d.    The Chairman of Rajya Sabha
Q5:- Second generation computers can be characterised largely by their use of ________.
a.    Integrated circuits
b.    Transistors
c.    Microprocessors
d.    Vacuum tubes

Quantitative Aptitude

Q5:- In a class of 80 students , the ratio of the urban to the rural is 5:3 . in a test the avarage score of the rural students is 40% more than that of the urban students. If the average score of all students is 69 , then what is the average score of the rural students?
a)    76
b)    92
c)    80
d)    84

Q8:- A men gets a discount of 30% and then 20% on his food bill of Rs1250. How much amount does he has to pay?
a)    Rs350
b)    Rs 550
c)    Rs 500
d)    Rs700 

Q14:- An article is sold for 360 rupees after allowing discount of 20% on its market price . had the discount not been allowed, the profit would have been 50%.the cost price of the article is Rs?
a)    ₹300
b)    ₹350
c)    ₹320
d)    ₹360

Q16:- Two trains of equal length travelling in opposite directions at 72km/h and 108km/h crossed other in 10secs .in how much time (in secs) does the 1st train crossed of platform length 350 m?
a)    30
b)    24
c)    32

Q24:- the total income of the company is 2015 , 2017 and 2018 is approximately what  percent less than the total expenditure in the 5 years?
a)    22
b)    21
c)    26
d)    24

Q25:- the average income (per year) company in 5 years is what percentage more than its expenditure in 2015?
a)    20.8
b)    22.4
c)    24.2
d)    24.6

English Comprehension

For the following questions answer them individually

Q1:- Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Mad as a hatter
a.    very upset
b.    old fashioned
c.    eccentric
d.    superstitious

Q2:- Select the word which means the same as the group of words given.
The study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites
a.    geology
b.    anthropology
c.    psephology
d.    archaeology

Q3:- Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select No improvement.
The civic bodies in the capital have formed teams to crack down on coaching centres found violated a law.
a.    found to violated a law
b.    finding to violate the law
c.    found violating the law
d.    No improvement

Q4:- Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Going over one's head
a.    something one didn't expect
b.    unable to function as one used to
c.    beyond one's capacity to understand
d.    unable to take a decision

Q5:- Select the wrongly spelt word.
a.    resembel
b.    require
c.    reverse
d.    reproduce

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