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SSC-CGL PAPER PRE EXAM 2015 EVENING SHIFT HELD ON 09-08-2015

Exam Name SSC-CGL PAPER PRE EXAM 2015 EVENING SHIFT HELD ON 09-08-2015
DescriptionSSC conduct various type of test for the recruitment of Staff for Central Government for Graduate level and Non-Graduate level. Vacancies comes under SSC are S.I. Delhi, Income Tax Inspector, Excise Inspector, Examiner, Assistant CSS, Preventive Officer, Assistant Enforcement Officer, Sub-Inspector in CBI, FCI, Junior Engineer, Civil Engineer Assistant Grate-II (hindi), Typist (Hindi) and Assistant Grate III (General/Accounts/Technical/Depot). Rules and Regulations are declared with the declaration of vacancies. Here we have given Previous years papers with question and answer which helps the student for preparation competition. Students can get more detailed question and answer on subject collection box. Here we give paper for the year 2015 exam. Conducted on 09/08/2015 in Morning shift.. Hope it will help the candidate for preparation to appear in further coming exams of SSC. Back paper of the various years are available on the sight. It is also one of them.
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Question: Which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it ?
Question: a _ b _ ca _ b _c _ a _cc


Answer:a c a c a b


Question: In a certain code language '481' means 'sky is blue' , '246' means ' sea is deep' and '698' means ' sea looks blue' . What number is the code for 'blue'.

Answer:8


Question: Six students A, B, C, D, E, F are sitting on the ground. A and B belongs to Ruby House, While the rest belong to Emerald House. D and F are tall, While others are short. C and D are wearing glasses while others are not wearing. Which girl of Emerald House is tall and is wearing glass?

Answer:D


Question: From the given alternative words, select the word which can not be formed using the letters of the given word:
ENVIRONMENT


Answer:ENTRANCE


Question: Identify which one of the given alternatives will be another member of the group of that class.
Lucknow, Patna, Bhopal, Jaipur, ?


Answer:Shimla


Question: Identify which one of the given alternatives will be another member of the group of that class.
Lucknow, Patna, Bhopal, Jaipur, ?


Answer:Shimla


Question: You have passage with 5 questions following. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of dthe four alternatives and mark it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer Sheet.
PASSAGE;: The desert floras shame us with their cheerful adaptation to the seasonal limitations. Their whole duty is to flower and fruit, and they do it hardly, or with tropical luxuriance, as the rain admits. It is recorded in the report of the Death Valley expedition that after a year of abundant rains, on the Colorado desert was found a specimen of Amaranthus ten feet high. A year later the same species in the same place matured in the drought at four inches. Seldom does the desert herb attain the full stature of the type. Extreme aridity and extreme altitude have the same dwarfing effect, so that we find in the high Sierras and in Death valley related species in miniature that reach a comely dgrowth in mean temperatures. Very fertile are the desert plants in expedients to prevent evaporation, turning their foliage edge-wise toward the sun, growing silky hairs, exuding thick gum The wind, which has a long sweep, harries and helps them. It rolls up dunes about the stocky stems, encompassing and protective, and above the dunes, which may be, as with the mesquite, three times as high as a man, the blossoming twigs flourish and bear fruit.
Question:: The desert plants face the danger of ___________from extreme aridity and extreme altitude.


Answer:dwarfism


Question: You have passage with 5 questions following. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of dthe four alternatives and mark it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer Sheet.
PASSAGE;: The desert floras shame us with their cheerful adaptation to the seasonal limitations. Their whole duty is to flower and fruit, and they do it hardly, or with tropical luxuriance, as the rain admits. It is recorded in the report of the Death Valley expedition that after a year of abundant rains, on the Colorado desert was found a specimen of Amaranthus ten feet high. A year later the same species in the same place matured in the drought at four inches. Seldom does the desert herb attain the full stature of the type. Extreme aridity and extreme altitude have the same dwarfing effect, so that we find in the high Sierras and in Death valley related species in miniature that reach a comely dgrowth in mean temperatures. Very fertile are the desert plants in expedients to prevent evaporation, turning their foliage edge-wise toward the sun, growing silky hairs, exuding thick gum The wind, which has a long sweep, harries and helps them. It rolls up dunes about the stocky stems, encompassing and protective, and above the dunes, which may be, as with the mesquite, three times as high as a man, the blossoming twigs flourish and bear fruit.
Question: How does the wind keep the desert floras to grow ?


Answer:by rolling up protective sand dunes.


Question: You have passage with 5 questions following. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of dthe four alternatives and mark it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer Sheet.
PASSAGE;: The desert floras shame us with their cheerful adaptation to the seasonal limitations. Their whole duty is to flower and fruit, and they do it hardly, or with tropical luxuriance, as the rain admits. It is recorded in the report of the Death Valley expedition that after a year of abundant rains, on the Colorado desert was found a specimen of Amaranthus ten feet high. A year later the same species in the same place matured in the drought at four inches. Seldom does the desert herb attain the full stature of the type. Extreme aridity and extreme altitude have the same dwarfing effect, so that we find in the high Sierras and in Death valley related species in miniature that reach a comely dgrowth in mean temperatures. Very fertile are the desert plants in expedients to prevent evaporation, turning their foliage edge-wise toward the sun, growing silky hairs, exuding thick gum The wind, which has a long sweep, harries and helps them. It rolls up dunes about the stocky stems, encompassing and protective, and above the dunes, which may be, as with the mesquite, three times as high as a man, the blossoming twigs flourish and bear fruit.
Question: What stops the desert floras from performing their duty well ?


Answer:the rain


Question: You have passage with 5 questions following. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of dthe four alternatives and mark it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer Sheet.
PASSAGE;: The desert floras shame us with their cheerful adaptation to the seasonal limitations. Their whole duty is to flower and fruit, and they do it hardly, or with tropical luxuriance, as the rain admits. It is recorded in the report of the Death Valley expedition that after a year of abundant rains, on the Colorado desert was found a specimen of Amaranthus ten feet high. A year later the same species in the same place matured in the drought at four inches. Seldom does the desert herb attain the full stature of the type. Extreme aridity and extreme altitude have the same dwarfing effect, so that we find in the high Sierras and in Death valley related species in miniature that reach a comely dgrowth in mean temperatures. Very fertile are the desert plants in expedients to prevent evaporation, turning their foliage edge-wise toward the sun, growing silky hairs, exuding thick gum The wind, which has a long sweep, harries and helps them. It rolls up dunes about the stocky stems, encompassing and protective, and above the dunes, which may be, as with the mesquite, three times as high as a man, the blossoming twigs flourish and bear fruit.
Question:What lesson do the desert floras have to teach us ?


Answer:how to adapt to limitations


Question: You have passage with 5 questions following. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of dthe four alternatives and mark it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer Sheet.
PASSAGE;: The desert floras shame us with their cheerful adaptation to the seasonal limitations. Their whole duty is to flower and fruit, and they do it hardly, or with tropical luxuriance, as the rain admits. It is recorded in the report of the Death Valley expedition that after a year of abundant rains, on the Colorado desert was found a specimen of Amaranthus ten feet high. A year later the same species in the same place matured in the drought at four inches. Seldom does the desert herb attain the full stature of the type. Extreme aridity and extreme altitude have the same dwarfing effect, so that we find in the high Sierras and in Death valley related species in miniature that reach a comely dgrowth in mean temperatures. Very fertile are the desert plants in expedients to prevent evaporation, turning their foliage edge-wise toward the sun, growing silky hairs, exuding thick gum The wind, which has a long sweep, harries and helps them. It rolls up dunes about the stocky stems, encompassing and protective, and above the dunes, which may be, as with the mesquite, three times as high as a man, the blossoming twigs flourish and bear fruit.
Question:The mesquite is a ________________


Answer:a desert flora


Question: In the following question some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option. If a sentence is free from error, blacken the circle Corresponding to "No Error" option in the Asnwer Sheet.
Question: I watched how the pianoist used her left hand.


Answer:the pianoist


Question: In the following question some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option. If a sentence is free from error, blacken the circle Corresponding to "No Error" option in the Asnwer Sheet.
Question: Bobby learnt the alphabets at the age of two:


Answer:alphabets at the


Question: In the following question some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option. If a sentence is free from error, blacken the circle Corresponding to "No Error" option in the Asnwer Sheet.
Question: The sum and substance of this poem is as follows.


Answer:No error


Question: In the following question some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option. If a sentence is free from error, blacken the circle Corresponding to "No Error" option in the Asnwer Sheet.
Question:You are required to give an explanation for yur conduct within two days of the receipt of this letter.


Answer:within two days of the receipt of this letter.


Question: In the following question some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the circle corresponding to the appropriate correct option. If a sentence is free from error, blacken the circle Corresponding to "No Error" option in the Asnwer Sheet.
Question: The ruins of the spillway are a vital clue to the epic struggle that unfold as generations of Khmer engineers coped with a water system that grew complex and unruly.


Answer:to the epic struggle that unfold as generations of Khmer engineers


Question: In following question a sentence/a part of the sentence is in Bracket. Below are given alternatives to the sentence in Bracket part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed choose "No Improvement ".
Question:If he has time he (will) telephone.


Answer:No improvement


Question: In following question a sentence/a part of the sentence is in Bracket. Below are given alternatives to the sentence in Bracket part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed choose "No Improvement ".
Question: He is (somehow) tall for his age.


Answer:rather


Question: In following question a sentence/a part of the sentence is in Bracket. Below are given alternatives to the sentence in Bracket part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed choose "No Improvement ".
Question: This news is (too good to be true.)


Answer:No improvement


Question: In following question a sentence/a part of the sentence is in Bracket. Below are given alternatives to the sentence in Bracket part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed choose "No Improvement ".
Question: The glass figurine (that was being shown ) in the store window appealed to me.


Answer:that was on display