SSC 2019 Question Paper Report: Statistics and Facts

For the SSC exam, a lot more than just preparing for the answer sheet is needed. There are so many factors that when it comes to this, it’s tough to forecast exactly how you’ll do in your exams. That said, knowing a few statistical and factual facts can help. This article will be about these statistics and facts which are used in forming or own strategy when preparing for the SSC 2019 question paper.

SSC is the abbreviation for Secondary School Certificate. It is a national level examination which is conducted every year. In order to rank the students and provide them with eligibility certificates, mainly for admission in to schools, colleges, universities or jobs.

The SSC exam questions are usually taken from the following subjects:

Urdu/English/Hindi/Science/Social Studies/Mathematics. The paper consists of 9 tests each lasting a period of 2 hours, where each test has a duration of 100 minutes.

SSC is the first among the 3 exams that students take after they graduate from their school. Here they will rank their performance and decide on which stream (1st standard or 5th standard) they want to go for. The SSC Rank list then forms basis for admission in to schools.

SSC answers are often seen by universities and other institutions. As a result, it has become important to prepare thoroughly for this exam. The subjects covered in the SSC exam are as follows:

  1. English
  2. Urdu
  3. Maths
  4. General Science
  5. Social Studies
  6. Hindi
  7. Home science
  8. Vocabulary and Composition

Although there are only 9 papers in the SSC exam, each of these papers has a huge variety of questions which need to be prepared for and practiced well. As a result, it’s important to do as many question papers as you can, regardless of whether it’s from the same subject or not. One of the most important factors which play a major part in your SSC exam performance is your result. The better your overall SSC score, the higher you will rank on the Rank List and consequently, be selected for higher education or jobs.

Why Previous Year Exams are Important?

There are many things that need to be done in order to score high in an SSC exam. And for this reason it is always recommended that one should learn from previous years’ result and prepare with a strategy based on these results.

There is no doubt that getting a good rank or doing well in the SSC exam will lead you to opportunities for great career paths. And even if you want to go for higher studies or take up a job, it is necessary that you score well on the SSC. To score well in the exam, it is important to keep practicing as much as possible, practice all possible types of questions. Then choose your best suited study material. The most important aspect is to have an aim and passion for success.

In recent years, there has been a lot of change in the education system. This can be observed from the fact that today’s students are more passionate towards their studies. And also are very keen in catching up with the prevailing trends. It is important to note that SSC is not an easy exam. Also scores for this exam will ultimately decide which stream you should opt for.

Aspects of Student’s Exam Revision:

In this part, we’ll talk about one of the most important aspects of a student’s life-revision and last minute preparation. Most students are always in need of some last minute revision. And luckily, there are so many resources available online which you can use to become prepared for the exam.

Last minute revision is very important because it brings back everything that you’ve forgotten or never learnt to begin with. You’ll feel more confident and prepared not just for exams but also in everyday life. It increases your confidence as well as your approach towards the whole situation. This is something which is invaluable in students’ lives.

How Revision is Important in Every Exam?

Revision is important because it enhances your skill set and also gives you an opportunity to get higher and more competitive scores. In this part, we’ll mainly focus on the revision techniques which would help you achieve good results in your SSC 2019 question paper.

The most important thing is to understand how to prepare for the finals. When you are preparing for the finals, most of your time will be spent on trying to understand each and every concept from all of your subjects. In order to do this, you need to know your basics and then go on trying to understand the most important concepts. This way, you will get an idea of how much time you should devote to each concept. And also understand the things which are truly important for you.

While revising, the most important thing is understanding concepts. Concepts are always repeated in exams and for this reason it is advised that you should try to work on all of the concepts with utmost dedication and diligence.

Frequently Asked Questions
Do SSC repeat questions?

Yes, SSC Exam questions are taken from four different subjects (English, Urdu, Mathematics, and Science).

The questions from one of these four subjects will be repeated in the other three subjects.

Can SSC exam date be changed?

The SSC exam is held on a fixed date every year.

Is SSC a tough exam?

No, SSC does not pose a tough exam for students to tackle.

Summary

Taking the SSC exam is one of the most important factors that decide your future. Even though the results are not regularly published, but there are many ways in which you can find out your own result. And also how well you performed.

The SSC Rank list is an important factor in determining which stream you will be admitted to.

In order to understand how well perceived your subject was, by looking at other students’ marks, especially if a friend or classmate had a better position than yours in their college selection process.

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SSC MOCK Exam

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1. Name the physicist who is credited with the discovery of the Neutron. This 1932 discovery led to his winning the Nobel Prize.

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2. What is the uniform GST rate that has been fixed up for lottery prizes by the GST Council?

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3. Name the author who won the Sahitya Akademi Award 2019 for his book - An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India

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4. The unit of measurement of noise is

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5. Name the gas used in preparation of bleaching powder

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6.

Which one of the following figures represents the following relationship:
Birds, Parrots, Bats

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7.

Which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps inthe given letter series shall complete it?
_sr_tr_srs_r_srst_

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8. From the given alternative words, select the word which cannot beformed using the letters of the given word:

CHRONOLOGICAL

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9. If P is the brother of Q ;  Q is the sister of R ; R is the father of S , how S is related to P?

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10. A cyclist  covers a distance of 1500 m in 3 min. What is the speed in km/hr of the cyclist?

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11. Indian Government has recently decided to sell its stake in which company?

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12. Which two numbers should be interchanged to make  the given equation correct?

9 + 7 * 5 -18 / 2 = 3 * 4 - 10 + 45 / 5

 

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13. what is your name?

Your score is

The average score is 30%

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