SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Paper with Solution : Pdf Download for Tier 1, Tier 2

The SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Paper acts as a mock test that can be attempted before the exam for better preparation. In these articles, candidates can download the SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Paper in PDF format along with the answer key.

SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Paper

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is a government of India organisation that recruits staff for the various ministries and departments of the government of India and subordinate offices. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the higher secondary level (CHSL, 10+2) exam for recruitment to various posts such as lower division clerk (LDC), junior secretariat assistant (JSA), postal assistant (PA), sorting assistant (SA), and data entry operator (DEO).

Benefits of Solving SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Paper

There are many benefits to solving the SSC CHSL previous year question paper, including:

  1. It gives a good idea about the level of questioning asked by the SSC.
  2. You will be familiar with question types, so you will not panic during the exam.
  3. Many times, questions get repeated; this will help you predict the upcoming paper.
  4. If you solve the paper like a real paper, it will help you analyse your time management skills.
  5. Solving the SSC CHSL previous year question paper will improve your speed and reduce your stupid mistakes.
  6. It helps you overcome anxiety or surprises during the actual exam.

SSC CHSL Previous Year Question Paper for Tier 1 Pdf 

Click on the link given below to download the SSC CHSL Tier-1 Previous Year Question Papers (pdf).

      2023
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  9th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  10th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  13th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  14th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  15th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  16th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  17th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  20th march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
  21st march 2023 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here

 

    2021
    SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper    Download Link 
    24th may 2022 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
    25th may 2022 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
    26th may 2022 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
    27th mayl 2022 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
    30th may 2022 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
    31st may 2022 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here
    1st june 2022 (Shift-3)     Click here
    6th june 2022 (Shift-3)     Click here
   10th june 2022 (Shift-1,2,3)     Click here

   2020
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  12th april 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  13th april 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  15th april 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  16th april 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  19th april 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  4th august 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  5th august 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  6th august 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  9th august 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  10th august 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  11th august 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  12th august 2021 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here

    2019
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  17th march 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  18th march 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  19th march 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  13th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  14th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  15th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  16th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  19th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  20th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  21th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  26th october 2020 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here

     2018
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  2nd july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  3rd july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  4th july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  5th july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  8th july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  9th july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  10th july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  11th july 2019 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here

     2017
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  4th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  5th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  6th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  7th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  8th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  10th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  12th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  13th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  14th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  15th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  17th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  19th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  20th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  21st march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  22nd march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  23rd march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  24th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  25th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  26th march 2018 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here

     2016
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  7th january 2017 (Shift-1,3)  Click here
  8th january 2017 (Shift-1,3)  Click here
  9th january 2017 (Shift-1,3)  Click here
  10th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  11th january 2017 (Shift-2,3)  Click here
  12th january 2017 (Shift-1)  Click here
  15th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  17th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  18th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  19th january 2017 (Shift-1,3)  Click here
  20th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  21st january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  22nd january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  23rd january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  24th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  25th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  27th january 2017 (Shift-1,2)  Click here
  29th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  30th january 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  31st january 2017 (Shift-1,3)  Click here
  1st february 2017 (Shift-1,2)  Click here
  2nd february 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  3rd february 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here
  7th february 2017 (Shift-1)  Click here
  8th february 2017 (Shift-1,2,3)  Click here

 

   2015
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  15th november 2015 (Shift-1,2)Click here
  6th december 2015 (Shift-1,2)Click here
  20th december 2015 (Shift-1)Click here

 

2013
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  20th october 2013 (Shift-1,3)Click here
  27th october 2013 (Shift-1,2,3)Click here
  10th november 2013 (Shift-3)Click here

   2012
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  28th october 2012 (Shift-1,2,3)Click here
  4th november 2012 (Shift-1,2,3)Click here

    2011
  SSC CHSL Previous Year Queation Paper  Download Link 
  28th october 2011 (Shift-1)Click here
  11th december 2011 (Shift-1)Click here

You can also practice the All SSC Exams Previous Year Question Paper to prepare for the SSC CHSL Examination.

All SSC Exams Previous Year Question Paper PdfClick here

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern 

According to the most recent SSC CHSL notification, the SSC CHSL selection procedure is divided into three stages: Tier I ,Tier II and Tier III . All candidates must pass all stages and will be chosen based on their performance across all tiers. The SSC CHSL examination will be conducted in three tiers as given below:

  1. Tier 1: Objective multiple choice computer based paper (online mode)
  2. Tier 2: Descriptive  paper in english/hindi (pen & paper offline mode)
  3. Tier 3: Skill Test/ Typing Test (wherever applicable)

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern For Tier-1

The following are some crucial aspects of the SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam pattern:

  • The exam will be online and consist of multiple-choice questions.
  • Except for the English language section, the questions will be written in both English and Hindi (bilingual).
  • There will be four sections on the exam paper: English Language (Basic Knowledge), General Intelligence, Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill), and General Awareness.
  • There will be a total of 100 questions, with 25 questions per section, for a total of 200 marks (50 marks for each section, and 2 marks for each question).
  • The exam will last 60 minutes, and candidates with visual impairments will have to wait an additional 80 minutes.
  • In each section, incorrect answers will result in a loss of 0.5 marks.
  • Candidates’ tier 1 scores will be normalized; there will be no sectional cutoffs.

Candidates may check the table below to know about the scheme of the SSC CHSL Tier-1 Exam Pattern:

      Part Sections Number of QuestionsMaximum Marks     Duration
      IEnglish Language
(Basic Knowledge)
      25      50      60 Minutes
      IIGeneral                      Intelligence      25      50
      IIIQuantitative Aptitude
(Basic Arithmetic Skill)
      25      50
      IVGeneral Awareness      25      50

 

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern For Tier-2

Here are some important key points about the SSC CHSL Tier 2 Exam pattern:

  • The SSC CHSL Tier 2 is a descriptive type of exam and is conducted offline (pen & paper mode).
  • Candidates need to write an eassy and a letter.
  • The stage will test the written skills of the candidates in english/hindi.
  • The time durtion is 60 minutes and carries 100 marks.
  • All the question are based on the concepts of 10th standard.
  • In Tier-II, the minimum required score would be 33%.
  • For candidates with cerebral palsy or a visual impairment, the exam lasts 80 minutes.

Candidates may check the table below to know about the scheme of the SSC CHSL Tier-2 Exam Pattern:

      Subjects      Word Count      Total Marks      Duration 
      Essay writing      200-250 words      100 marks      1 hour
      Letterwriting/Application        writing/Precis writing      150-200 words

 

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern For Tier-3

The following are some crucial aspects of the SSC CHSL Tier 3 Exam pattern:

  • The typing test will be given in Hindi and English.
  • Data Entry Operators must pass a skill test. The Skill Test is required of all applicants.
  • This stage is considered qualifying, so no points will be added to the final merit.
  • 35 words per minute (w.p.m.) typing speed in English medium
  • 30 words per minute (w.p.m.) typing speed in Hindi
  • The Skill Test’s errors will be counted to the nearest two decimal places.

FAQs

Q.1: Where can I find the SSC CHSL Question Paper from the previous year?

Ans. The previous year’s SSC CHSL question paper is available in PDF format above.

Q2. Is it beneficial to practise the previous year’s SSC CHSL question paper?

Ans. Yes, working through previous year’s question papers will help you understand the pattern of difficulty levels used by SSC CHSL.

Q3. How difficult were the previous year’s SSC CHSL exams?

Ans.The difficulty level of the SSC CHSL Previous Year Exams was easy to moderate.

For any other SSC CHSL related information ,visit the official site:ssc.nic.in

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