Step Up to Your Career with SSC GD Question Paper 2020 in English

Do you want to serve the country and make your family proud? Congratulations, it’s not too late. The SSC GD Question Paper 2020 in English is here! This article will give you everything you need to know about how to crack it. We’ll go through all that you need for the exam including the application form, eligibility criteria, exam date, syllabus topics, and much more. All that you’ll need to do is read this article, understand the information in it and take steps to score well, and make sure you get a seat in the SSC GD exam [no matter which office you will want to appear for since there’s going to be a GD exam for each of them].

When will this exam be held?

The SSC GD paper is expected to be out around May or June. There was a gold-plated GD exam for the year 2008 but in 2009, the exam’s format changed and since then, it has been continuously changing. In 2014, GD was written in a different language but it was discontinued the same year. Starting in 2015, SSC introduced GDE (General Duty Enlisted personnel) which is to be a skill in military or paramilitary service with all-India operations. Instead of GD, GDE involves training only with basic studies in general knowledge and other technical courses.

How to prepare for the SSC GD question paper 2020 in English

Step 1: Get an SSC GD I-card at least 15 days before the exam:

It’ll be a paper certificate and you will get your registration number, application number, etc. on the card. Fill up the online form with all the details required and make sure you upload a scanned photograph and ID proof of your educational qualifications.

Step 2: Practice:

There are a lot of sources nowadays that you can use to prepare for various competitive exams online. One of the best ones out there is Mockfresher.com which offers live mock tests, study material, and other resources to help you prepare well for your exam. You can access the mock tests by browsing through the site; however, it’s better to subscribe there so that you can get all their exclusive content for free. They have mock tests for all the major government exams and get a lot of other resources for preparation.

Step 3: Book a holiday:

It’s not enough to just take the exam and gain the certificate. You must also decide where you want to go for the practical training (PT) and whether you will be going alone or with your family. You can go with your family and enjoy a long vacation during which you can prepare well for your exam as well.

Step 4: Visit the SSC website:

The site is organized in a way that you can easily find all the information you need instantly. You can visit the website of the SSC GD exam to know when it’ll be out and find information regarding how to register, how to apply, how to prepare for the exam, or what materials you need.

Step 5: Practice more:

To get the best results, you must practice more by spending time on mock tests. Once you have learned from the mock tests and suddenly find yourself doing well in real tests, there’s nothing to worry about. You will be prepared for the SSC GD exam, and you’ll know for yourself that you can score well.

Tip: Some websites like SSC Question Paper or Toppr offer free practice tests while others charge money. You can still visit the site, find the questions and answers, and practice them on your own. Bookmark the URL of the website that has those practice questions so that you can easily access them whenever you want to.

Step 6: Find information online:

The SSC GD question paper 2020 in English is going to be out soon. You can find the news about the exam on sites, and you can stay up-to-date with all such websites as well. These are some of the best tools you have at your disposal. Practice well and prepare for the exam at least a month before it’s actually scheduled to take place. It’s not too late to start.

Eligibility criteria:

To apply for the SSC GD exam, you must be a graduate of a recognized university or institute. It has been announced that applicants with TWO years of experience as enlisted personnel in defense forces or any other paramilitary services (like NCC, CRPF, BSF, ITBP, CISF) will also be eligible to apply for the exam. Additionally, you must be a male candidate only and not more than 28 years of age.

Exam pattern:

The exam will consist of 200 objective-type questions from different topics to be answered in 3 hours. The questions are divided into 4 sections, each with equal weightage. These sections are General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Comprehension, and General Intelligence & Reasoning.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: What is the minimum percentage percentile required for passing an SSC GD exam?

The SSC GD exam has a minimum passing percentage of 70 percent and there’s no cut-off mark for your score. You can cover all the topics in the syllabus and get a minimum of 70 percent in each section to pass the exam.

Q2: Is there a negative marking for each question?

No, there’s no negative marking for any question. You simply need to attempt all questions. However, some questions are tricky and can be counted as wrong even if you’ve attempted them correctly so make sure you don’t leave those questions unanswered since that will mean your score will drop further on those questions.

Q3: Is it important to solve SSC GD the previous year’s question paper?

No, it’s not. The SSC will not ask you questions from the previous question paper. So, it’s not necessary to practice the question paper from the year before last. However, if you want to practice previous years’ question papers, you can check various previous papers for free and see how your practice helps you in the exam.

Q4: How to download SSC GD Question Paper 2021 in Hindi for Free?

To download SSC GD Question Paper 2021 in Hindi for Free, you need an Internet connection. You can also use other sources to get the same question paper for free by subscribing there.

Visit https://www.sscindia.gov.in/main/pdf/study_materials_download.pdf (SSC India)

Conclusion

The SSC GD exam will be held in various cities across the country. You must know the exact address of your exam venue before you go there to take the exam. You’ll reach the exam hall only after obtaining a confirmation number, so don’t forget to bring your SSC I-card. The websites mentioned above are all you need to work with since they provide all that you need to register for this competitive examination as well as offer mock tests and other resources to help you prepare well for the real test.

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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?

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13. what is your name?

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