02 Nov

SSC CHSL 2013 Analysis, Answer Keys, Question Papers, Cutoff & Results

SSC conducted the CHSL(10+2) exam for the recruitment of posts of Date Entry Operator and Lower Division Clerks in 2013. The minimum qualification to give this written exam was 12th Standard pass. You can read more about SSC CHSL here.

SSC CHSL 2013 Analysis:

There were total 200 questions divided into four sections and 2 hours time. Each question had 4 options. There was negative marking also of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

Reasoning section was very easy and scoring section.

Maths and English section were moderate in difficulty level. But students with good preparation would be able to score good marks in these sections also.

General awareness section was moderate to difficult in level of difficulty.

SSC CHSL 2013 Cutoff:

The cutoff is expected to be around 120-130(For General candidates).

SSC CHSL 2013 Question Paper & Answer Key:

Click here to download Evening shift solution 987TG6(October 20, 2013).

Click here to download question paper of SSC CHSL 2013.

Click here to download question paper of Evening shift 654SH7(October 20, 2013).

More answer keys and question paper would be uploaded very soon.

Update:

Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Exam, 2013- keys used
by the Commission for the different question paper/Test Forms Booklets

CLICK HERE TO VIEW WRITE UP- http://ssc.nic.in/whats%20new%20html/latest_news/chsl%20answer%20key2013.pdf

CLICK HERE TO VIEW KEY 20.10.2011- http://ssc.nic.in/whats%20new%20html/latest_news/KEY201013.pdf

CLICK HERE TO VIEW KEY 27.10.2013- http://ssc.nic.in/whats%20new%20html/latest_news/KEY271013.pdf

CLICK HERE TO VIEW KEY 10.11.2013 – http://ssc.nic.in/whats%20new%20html/latest_news/KEY101113.pdf

SSC CHSL 2013 Results:

The results would be announced in a couple of months. SSC will first release the official answer keys and then only results would be announced. All the best to all the candidates.

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