SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2021 | Good Attempts | Paper Review

SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2021 | Good Attempts | Paper Review – SSC MTS 2021 Tier-I examination is scheduled to be held from 5th October to 20th November, 2021. This article discusses the detailed and accurate SSC MTS Examination Analysis 2021 for Shift-1 to be held on 5th October, 2021. Candidates who are scheduled to appear for the exam in the coming days, or are planning to prepare for the next SSC MTS exam, will have to undergo detailed SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2021 for Shift-1.

SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2021 | Good Attempts | Paper Review

SSC MTS Overall Good Attempts Exam Analysis 2021

Section Difficulty Level Good Attempts
English Language Easy to Moderate 21-22
Numerical Aptitude Easy to Moderate 16-17
General Intelligence & Reasoning Easy 22-23
General Awareness Easy to Moderate 17-18
Overall Easy to Moderate 75-80

SSC MTS Exam Pattern 2021

Staff Selection Commission determines the exam pattern of multi-tasking staff examination for both papers. As mentioned above, paper 1 is objective while paper 2 is descriptive in nature.

SSC MTS Paper 1 Pattern
  • The paper comprises objective-type multiple-choice questions.
  • The duration of the exam is 1.5 hours.
  • Following table shows the marks distribution of the paper:
Subject No. Of Questions Marks Total Duration/ Timing
General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 25 90 Minutes
Numerical Aptitude 25 25
General English 25 25
General Awareness 25 25
Total 100 100
SSC MTS Paper 2 Pattern
  • Paper 2 is a descriptive paper and qualifying in nature. It tests the elementary language skills of the candidates.
  • The paper consists of one question on short essay writing/letter writing in English or any language included in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution.
  • Paper 2 will be of 50 marks
Subject Max Marks Total Time
Short Essay/Letter in English
or any Language included
in 8th Schedule of the Constitution
50 30

SSC MTS Marking Scheme

  • Paper 1 consists of 100 questions; each question will carry 1 mark each.
  • Negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
  • Paper 2 is of qualifying nature and will only test candidates’ elementary skills. It will have a maximum mark of 50.
  • Only those who qualify the paper 1 will be eligible to write Paper 2.

SSC MTS Exam Section-wise Analysis 2021

Given below is the section-wise SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2021 and topics asked.

SSC MTS Reasoning Analysis 2021

  • Analogy: CC: GD::LE: ? Ans. PF
  • Series question 13,14,33,60,? Ans:
Topics No of Questions Asked Level of Exam
Syllogism 2 Easy
Sitting arrangement 1 Easy-Moderate
Coding-decoding 2-3 Easy
Non-Verbal (Image) 3 Easy
Odd one out 2 Easy-Moderate
Mathematical Operations 2 Easy
Analogy 2-3 Moderate
Series 2-3 Easy
Miscellaneous 5-6 Easy
Total 25 Easy

SSC MTS English Language Analysis 2021

  • Synonyms: very,
  • Antonyms
  • Fillers
Topics No of Questions Asked Level of Exam
Sentence Improvement 3 Easy
Fillers (Single Filler) 2 Easy
Error Detection 2 Moderate
Idioms/Phrases 2 Easy
Para jumbled 2 Easy-Moderate
Antonym/ Synonym 4 Easy
One word substitution 2 Easy
Spelling check 2-3 Easy
Cloze Test 5 Easy
Total 25 Easy

SSC MTS Numerical Aptitude Analysis 2021

  • 9% of X = 3% of y? what is x?, y= p% of x
  • Percentage
  • 52 divided by? and 13 is divided by?
Topics No of Questions Asked Level of Exam
S.I, CI, Profit/Loss 2 Easy-Moderate
Mensuration 1 Easy-Moderate
Algebra 2-3 Easy-Moderate
Time and Work 2 Moderate
Speed and Distance 2-3 Easy-Moderate
Average & Percentage 4-5 Moderate
DI (bar graph) 5 Easy-Moderate
Miscellaneous 3-4 Easy-Moderate
Total 25 Moderate

SSC MTS General Awareness Analysis 2021

  • When was the Indian National Flag officially recognized?
  • How many states is Uttar Pradesh surrounded by?
  • Human Development Index
  • Full-Form of GUI: Graphic User Interface
  • Author of Akbar Nama? Abul Fazal, Ain e Akbari tells the beauty of Akbar
  • One school one IAS
  • Para Olympic 1st medal was won by?
  • Matki Dance is associated with which state? Ans: MP (Shivraj singh chauhan), Intezar apka in MP, T for award is given to Panna tiger reserve
  • World largest floating solar plant on which river: Singapore, Andhra Pradesh in India
  • Neeraj Chopra is the brand ambassador of?  LIC
  • Weight of Javelin? 800gm
  • Where is the Sugarcane manufacturing centre?
  • Which King conquered Udaipur? Ans:
  • 7th August is Javelin Day
  • The newest peak of the Himalayas
  • Hydroelectric project on Krishna river: Nagaarjun project
  • Battle of Plassey in 1757
  • New Sports Minister: Anurah Thakur (Swach Bharat Abhiyan stated)
  • Nawab of Bengal during Battle of Plassey?
  • No. of mole in molar mass? Ans: amt given/ molar mass of water
  • Vitamin C is present in the highest amount? Ans: Guava
  • The chemical name of Vitamin C: ascorbic acid
  • Bromine: Non-metal in liquid state in 17th group
  • Fluorine (gas), Chlorine (gas), Bromine(liquid) and Iodine (solid)
  • Function of RBI
  • Happiness Human Index
  • Human Box Index?
  • Difference between DNA and RNA.
  • Louis Pasteur: Bacteriology

SSC MTS 2021 Cut Off

  • After the release of the SSC MTS 2021 result, the SSC MTS  cut off marks for the exam will also be announced.
  • Candidates are advised to check the SSC MTS 2021 exam analysis to see what the predicted cutoff marks are for the SSC MTS 2021 exam.
  • The cut off for SSC MTS 2021 will be announced in category-wise and section-wise.
  • To pass the SSC MTS 2021 exam, you must achieve a score that is greater than or equal to the cutoff score at each point.

SSC MTS Result 2021

  • SSC will release the result of SSC MTS 2021 in online mode on the official website.
  • SSC MTS result 2021 will be released in PDF format.
  • Candidates will also be provided with a scorecard of SSC MTS 2021 after the declaration of the result
  • The SSC MTS scorecard 2021 can be downloaded with the registration number and date of birth from the official website.

SSC MTS Exam Day 2021 Guidelines 

  • Please note the date, reporting time and venue address of the examination given in the call letter. Candidates are advised to read your exam centre before time to avoid any delay
  • The call letter should be brought with you to the examination venue along with your recent passport size photograph duly pasted on it.
  • No use of calculators (separate or with a watch), books, notebooks or written notes, cell phones (with or without camera facility), or any other electronic device will be allowed during the examination. You should NOT carry any of these inside the examination room. After AarogyaSetu status display at the entry gate, candidates will be required t
  • Mapping of ‘Candidate Roll Number and the Lab Number’ will NOT be displayed outside the exam venue, but the same will be intimated to the candidates individually at the time of the entry of the candidate to the exam venue.

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