SSC GD 2023 | Previous Year Paper PDF | Exam Pattern
Ripul Agarwal | Updated On - January, 14 2023
SSC GD 2023
The SSC has issued the official recruitment notification for GD constables in various forces. The SSC GD exam pattern has now changed. Previously, 100 questions were asked, which has now been reduced to only 80. The total time allotted has also been reduced from 90 minutes to 60 minutes. The application period began on October 27, 2022, and will end on November 30, 2022.
SSC GD Exam | Overview
The SSC GD exam will be held in month of January 2023, the last date to apply online is 30th November. The details of exam are mentioned below:
|Name of Examination||SSC GD 2022|
|Post Name||General Duty Constable|
|Type of Exam||
• CBE – Online Test
• PET, PST & DME – Offline/ Physical Test
|Duration of Online Exam||60 minutes (1 hour)|
|Language of Online Exam||
|Maximum Marks (Online Exam)||160 marks|
|Selection Process||Computer-Based Examination (CBE), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST), Detailed Medical Examination (DME)|
|Type of Questions (Online Exam)||All questions of CBE will be of Objective type (MCQs)|
|Marking Scheme||2 marks for each correct answer|
|Negative Marking||0.50 negative marking for wrong answers|
SSC GD Previous Year Paper
The SSC GD Constable Notification 2023 states that the SSC GD 2023 Online Exam will be held in January 2023. Practice with SSC GD Previous year papers to get a sense of the paper pattern, types of questions asked, sectional difficulty level, and time management. These papers can be solved in mock or PDF format by setting a time limit. By attempting these SSC GD Previous year papers while strictly adhering to the guidelines, you can self-assess your level of preparation.
SSC GD Exam Pattern
Before starting preparation for SSC GD 2023, candidates should have the knowledge of the SSC GD Exam Pattern which is given below in the table:
- The Written Exam will be conducted online and will be MCQ Based.
- Time Duration: 1 Hour
- There will be a total of 160 Marks for 80 questions.
- Each Question will be of 2 Marks
- 0.50 marks will be deducted against every question attempted wrong.
- The SSC GD exam consists of 4 sections with 80 questions in total.
|SUBJECT||NO. OF QUESTIONS||MAX MARKS||TOTAL DURATION|
|General Intelligence & Reasoning||20||40||60 Minutes|
|General Knowledge and General Awareness||20||40|
SSC GD Previous Year Paper | PDF Solution Download
SSC GD Previous Year Papers are beneficial for candidates to increase their chances of selection in the examination. To improve your SSC GD Exam Preparation 2022, attempt the Papers to learn about the types of questions asked and the difficulty level. Practicing SSC GD previous year papers gives you hands-on experience with the actual SSC GD Constable Exam paper. Use the links below to practice some SSC GD Constable previous year papers.
|SSC GD Exam Date||Download Link for PDF|
|SSC GD 16 November 2021 PDF||Download Now|
|SSC GD 22 November 2021 PDF||Download Now|
|SSC GD 10 December 2021 PDF||Download Now|
|SSC GD 13 December 2021 PDF||Download Now|
SSC GD Practice Set | Chapter-wise | Guide Book
SSC GD Practice Sets on the latest exam pattern which are given below, candidates can check out the books by clicking the respected link:
|Book Type||Publication||Book Link|
|SSC GD Practice Set||Agrawal Examcart||View Book|
|SSC GD Chapter-wise||Agrawal Examcart||View Book|
|SSC GD Guide Book||Agrawal Examcart||View Book|
SSC GD Vacancy 2023
In the official notification, the board decides to recruit 24369 candidates through SSC GD 2023 exam:
|SSC GD 2023 Vacancy Details|
|Grand Total of Part 1 and PART 2||24369|
SSC GD Previous Year Paper | FAQs:
Ans. The exam date of SSC GD Exam is 10th January 2023 to 14th February 2023, which was confirmed by the official board.
Ans. Yes, One-Time Registration with the Commission is a mandatory prerequisite. On completion of One-Time Registration, candidates can apply online for any examination of the Commission.
Ans. No, If the candidate has registered once after 20-07-2018, she/ he has to use the same ‘Registration Number’ and ‘SSC Registration
Password for applying to various examinations conducted by the Commission.
Ans. For one time registration, click on ‘Register Now’ link provided in the login section on the SSC website https://ssc.nic.in. Meticulously follow the instructions given on the Registration webpage.
Ans. You may check the ‘Spam’ folder in your e-mail. If an email is not received even in the Spam folder, it is likely that you have entered the wrong email-id. You may contact the Helpline of the concerned Regional Office through a call or email.