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SSC CHSL Exam Pattern 2023 – The Staff Selection Commission in the official announcement made available on 6 December 2022. .SSC CHSL 2023 exam pattern (Tier 1 and Tier 2) are the two levels of the SSC CHSL test 2023. Tier 3 has now been combined with tier 2 in accordance with the most recent SSC CHSL exam format. Before beginning preparation, candidates who intend to take the exam may consult the exam pattern as you know that the exam pattern changed and aspirants facing issues with how they will prepare for the exam this time. No worries stargate education brings a Special Study plan for SSC CHSL 2023, so you clear the exam on your first attempt. Firstly have a look at the exam pattern below.

SSC CHSL exam pattern 2023 – Tier 1

Subject No. of Questions Max-Marks Exam Duration
General Intelligence 25 50 60 minutes (80 Minutes for PWD candidates)
General Awareness 25 50
Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill) 25 50
English Language (Basic Knowledge) 25 50
Total 100 200

SSC CHSL tier-2 exam pattern

Section Subject No. Of Question Maximum Marks Time Duration
Session 1 Section 1- Module 1: Mathematic abilities
Module 2: Reasoning and General Intelligence.
30+30= 60 marks 180 marks 1 hour for each section. 1 hour and 20 minutes for the candidates eligible for scribe.
Section 2- Module 1: English Language and Comprehension 40+20= 60 marks 180 marks
Module 2: Reasoning and General Intelligence. General Awareness Section 3- Module 1: Computer Knowledge Module
Section 3- Module 1: Computer Knowledge Module 15 marks 45 marks 15 minutes or 20 minutes for the candidates eligible for scribe
Session 2 Section 3- Module 1: Skill Test/ Typing Test Module Part A: Skill Test for DEOs. (Data Entry Operator ) Part A: Skill Test for DEOs. (Data Entry Operator ) 15 minutes or 20 minutes for the candidates eligible for scribe
Part B: Typing Test for LDC/ JSA. 15 minutes or 20 minutes for the candidates eligible for scribe
Examination tentative Date (SSC CHSL Tier-I) Computer Based Examination February – March 2023
Eligibility: Candidates who have completed Higher Secondary (10+2) can appear for this exam for recruitment to various posts like Postal Assistant, Lower Divisional Clerks, Court Clerk, Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operators, etc.

SSC has announced approximately 4,500 tentative vacancies. The concrete number will released in due time. SSC will also announce updates vacancies, if any, along with post and category on their official website. The pay scale for group C posts are as mentioned below.

  • Lower division clerk (LDC) and junior secretariat assistant (JSA): pay level-2 (Rs 19,900-63,200)
  • Data entry operator (DEO): pay level-4(Rs 25,500-81,100) and Level-5(Rs 29,200-92,300)
  • Data entry operator, Grade ‘A’: pay level-4(Rs 25,500-81,100)
  1. Must Follow Study Timetable- While preparing for the SSC CHSL it is important to prepare a study plan which will suit your requirements because an organized schedule will help in outlining a strategic plan of action and set certain learning goals.
  1. Daily Revision Schedule: Practice all sections and sub-topics in a strategic timetable so you don’t leave out any portion for competitive exam at all.
  2. Learn Shortcut Tricks- quant: The basic Mathematical concepts and formulae of square root, cube root, decimal to percentage, etc must be well practiced. 
  3. Attempt Mock tests & analyze your performance: Taking SSC CHSL mock tests will definitely help you get a fair understanding about the status of your preparation and highlight your strengths and weaknesses and thus, you can work on those areas which need improvement.
  4. Read news Paper daily: Go through important news and latest current affairson a day-to-day basis. 
  1. Make notes whenever possible: During your preparation try jotting down notes about important topics whenever possible. These notes will become easy to refer whenever a quick glance is required.
  2. Refer Previous Year’s Paper: The papers of the previous year are a very important part in your preparation. In addition to getting an idea about the difficulty level in each sectionyou will also know the weight of different questions. Try to solve as many practice questions as possible so that you are able to answer a particular question during the main exam without wasting much time in solving it.

Candidates can download practice paper to give a boost to their preparation.