# SSC CGL Reasoning Syllabus | How to Prepare Reasoning for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL

Reasoning is very scoring subject in SSC exams. By practicing it regularly according to the syllabus and based on the previous years question papers, we can score 100% marks in reasoning.

Reasoning is being asked in Tier 1 exam of SSC CGL, SSC CHSL etc.. There are four parts in SSC CGL, CHSL Tier 1 Exam i.e. Reasoning, Mathematics, General Awareness, English Languages. 25 Questions for each subject will be asked in The SSC CGL, SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam and question have same marks i.e. each and every question have 2 marks.

## SSC CGL Tier 1 Syllabus and Exam Pattern

1. General Intelligence and Reasoning: 25 Questions for Total 50 Marks
2. General Awareness: 25 Questions for Total 50 Marks
3. Quantitative Aptitude: 25 Questions for Total 50 Marks
4. English Comprehension: 25 Questions for Total 50 Marks

In Tier 1 exam of SSC CGL total 100 questions are asked for Total 200 Marks where each question contain 2 marks. You can browse our article "How to clear SSC CGL in first attempt" to get more effective tips for clearing SSC CGL.

Reasoning is one the easiest subject in SSC CGL exam. We can solve all 25 questions within 10 minutes and score 50 marks with very little efforts. We should focus on it because marks for all subjects are same but it is easy and taking less time in caparison with mathematics. So we should not miss any question so that we can score maximum marks.

## SSC CGL Reasoning Syllabus:

Question of reasoning from these chapters are being asked in SSC CGL, SSC CHSL etc.exams:

• Analogy
• Blood Relations
• Symbols and Notations
• Clock Related Questions
• Calendar
• Coding-decoding
• Syllogism
• Seating Arrangements
• Cubes and Dices
• Venn Diagram
• Alphabetical Arrangements
• Water Images
• Mirror Images
• Miscellaneous
• Paper cutting and Folding
• Figure problem, Classification
• Series and Missing Numbers
• Arithmetic Operations
• Word Formations
• Matrix Questions etc.

From the above reasoning syllabus for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL etc. you can get a brief about reasoning syllabus. To get more clear view of the questions asked in the exam, you should analyse previous year papers of ssc cgl, chsl. Previous year papers are very important in cracking ssc cgl exam as every time at least 5 question are asked from previous year papers and the pattern of reasoning questions remains same. So it helps very much in preparation of the exam.

Also Read: How to prepare math for SSC CGl Exam?

### Tips for reasoning preparation for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL exam:

• Initially go through the SSC CGL, CHSL Reasoning Syllabus and prepare according to it.
• Solve at least 5 years SSC CGL, CHSL Reasoning Papers and analysis actually what types of questions are being asked in the exam.
• By solving previous years question papers you will get basic sense of questions and method of solving the same.
• Some reasoning questions are based on specific ideas, keep in mind that those question will be solved only on the basis of that ideas. Never mix up it with other types of questions.
• Some Questions should be solved by option method. You can easily understand by solving previous years question papers that what questions should be solved by option method.
• Do Practice regularly.
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