SSC MTS Exam Analysis : Previous Year SSC MTS Exam Analysis

SSC MTS Exam Analysis: SSC MTS Previous year exam analysis is available here. SSC MTS Previous year exam analysis helps the candidates to know the difficulty level of the questions asked in previous year papers and overall attempts. Exam analysis is done after the SSC MTS  Tier-I exam is over.  SSC MTS is a great opportunity especially for candidates who are only 10th pass. .  Candidates who are preparing for the SSC MTS exam can refer the SSC MTS Previous year exam analysis given below.

SSC MTS 2020-21 Complete Exam details

SSC MTS Recruitment Process

SSC or Staff Selection Commission conducts the Multi-Tasking Staff Exam (MTS)  in 3 different stages:

  • Paper 1 (CBT) Computer-based test
  • Descriptive Test
  • Skill Test

All the aspirants who are appearing for the SSC MTS Exams should have a clear knowledge about the SSC MTS Tier 1 Exam Pattern. Have a quick look at the Tier -1 exam pattern 

Section No of Questions Total Marks  Timing
Quantitative Aptitude 25 25 1hr 30min
General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 25
General Science and General Awareness 25 25
English Language 25 25
Total 100 100 90 Minutes

It is mandatory for the candidate to qualify all these stages of examination in order to make it to the merit list in the end. To ease your preparation, we will discuss the exam analysis of the previous year paper. SSC MTS 2019 was conducted from 2nd August 2019 in 3 shifts.

SSC MTS Exam Pattern – Complete Details

SSC MTS Exam Analysis – Paper 1 (2019)

SSC MTS Exam – General English (Easy-Moderate)

Topics No. of Questions
Antonyms & Synonyms 4
Cloze Test 4-5
Error Spotting 3-4
Fill in the Blanks 1-2
Spelling Correction 1-2
One-Word Substitution 1-2
Para-Jumbles 4-6
Idioms & Phrases 2-3
Sentence Improvement 3-4
Total 25


2. Numerical Ability (Moderate)

Topic No. of


Average 1-2
Data Interpretation (DI) 4-5
Geometry 1
Mensuration 2-3
Mixture Problems 1
Number System 1-2
Percentage 2-3
Profit & Loss 1-2
Ratio & Proportion 1
SI & CI 1-2
Time & Work 1-2
Total 25


3. General Intelligence & Reasoning (Easy)

Topics No. of Ques
Analogy 3
Blood Relations 1
Coding-Decoding 3-4
Completion of Figure 1
Hidden Figure 1
Matrix 1
Mirror Image 1
Missing Term 1-2
Odd One Out 2-3
Paper Folding & Cutting 1
Series 1-2
Statements & Conclusions 2
Venn Diagram 1
Miscellaneous 2-3
Total  25


General Science and General Awareness (Moderate)

Majority of the questions were from Current Affairs and Static GK. Static GK portion check your general knowledge about capital, currency etc 

SSC MTS  – Memory Based Questions

  1. A question on Goan Music
  2. Author of White Tiger – Arvind Adiga
  3. Constituency of Amit Shah – Gandhinagar (Gujarat)
  4. How many languages are there in the panel of an Indian Currency note? 17 Languages
  5. Sweetest (Fruity) smelling compound – Ester
  6. What is the birthplace of Gautam Buddha? Lumbini, Nepal
  7. What is the schedule in the constitution in which panchayat raj is constituted? 11th Schedule
  8. Which book was written by Varahmihira? Brihat Samhita
  9. Which part of the brain controls posture? Cerebellums
  10. Which type of Reproduction occurs in Hydra? Asexual Reproduction
  11. Who has built Hawa Mahal in Jaipur? Maharaja Pratap Singh
  12. Who is the present Chief of ISRO? K. Sivan

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the minimum educational qualification required for SSC MTS Recruitment 2020?

Ans: The minimum educational qualification required for SSC MTS is Matriculation Examination or equivalent from a renowned Board.

Q. What is the exam scheme of the SSC MTS examination?

Ans: The SSC MTS examination comprises of a Computer Based Examination (Paper-I) and a Descriptive Paper (Paper-II)

Q. When will the SSC MTS Notification be released?

Ans: SSC MTS Notification has released on February 05, 2021.

Q.What is the total mark of the SSC MTS Paper-I?

Ans: The total mark of the paper-I is 100.

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