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SSC CGL

SSC CGL is conducted for recruitment to posts in various departments of GOI. Graduates are eligible but for certain posts, special qualification is required. Exam subjects are Reasoning, Quant, General Awareness and English. Here, you can find Mock Tests separately for Tier-1 and Tier-2, solved Previous Year Papers and sectional tests on every topic.

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This thread is dedicated to preparation for Quantitative Ability section of SSC. You may share questions related to topics like Algebra, Geometry and Measurement, Higher Mathematics, Statistics, Arithmetic etc.

A Basu
Posted 27 days ago

A trader sells two bicycles at the same price. On one, he gains 4%; while on the other, he loses 4%. What is his approx overall profit/loss?

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Verbal Ability section of SSC

Midhun Jose
Posted 15 days ago

Directions: In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

Parsimony

This thread is dedicated to discuss general SSC queries

Ravi Raja
Posted 3 months ago

Spot the part of the sentence having error: The downstream and water under the bridge was awesome.

This thread is dedicated to preparation for General Knowledge section of SSC

Vikash Anand
Posted 5 months ago

The term of office of the governor of a state is of

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Reasoning section of SSC

Prateek Pandey
Posted 4 months ago

Directions: In the below question, two statements are given followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the statements and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

Some men are lions.

All foxes are lions.

Conclusions:

I.   Some foxes are men.

II.  Some lions are men.

III. All lions are foxes.

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Data Analysis section of SSC

Pooja
Posted 2 years ago

ENROLMENT AT A UNIVERSITY                                    

Year Number of students
2000 x
2001 1957
2002 1538
2003 1897
2004 1789

The table above shows student enrolment at a university from 2000-2004. If the median enrolment for the five years was 1789 and no two years had the same enrolment, what is the greatest possible value of x?