Hello and welcome to exampundit. Today ESIC conducted the ESIC SSO Prelims Exam 2018. So here goes the ESIC SSO Prelims Exam Review 3rd November 2018. A special thanks to Himanushu Soni.
ESIC SSO Prelims Exam Review 3rd November 2018
Overall Reasoning Section had Moderate level of Difficulty. However, the puzzles were reported as “Tricky” by some.
The followings are the types of questions came in ESIC SSO Prelims Exam 3rd November 2018 Reasoning:
- Seating Arrangement
- Coding decoding
- Blood Relation
- Direction Sense
- Linear Arrangement
- Floor based questions
Quantitative aptitude part was also Moderate in terms of difficulty level. However, those who appeared in the IBPS PO Prelims 2018 reported to be easy to moderate level.
The followings are the types of questions came in ESIC SSO Prelims Exam 3rd November 2018 Quantitative Aptitude:
- Pie Chart DI
- Line Graph DI
- Venn Diagram DI
- Quadratic Equation
- Wrong Number Series
- Missing Number Series
- Misc Word Problems
English Language was overall easy to moderate level of difficulty. So, there was a sigh of relief among the aspirants.
The followings are the types of questions came in ESIC SSO Prelims Exam 3rd November 2018 English:
- Reading Comprehension
- Error Spotting
- Sentence Improvement
- Cloze Test
- Error Correction
- Para Jumble
- Sentence Connectors
Now, coming to the overall examination of ESIC SSO Prelims 2018, the exam was moderate level. Because it was the first time for many of the aspirants, it was a mystery. However, the exam was similar to the Bank exams aspirants have appeared for.
Those who had a strong grip in Reasoning did really good in the ESIC SSO Prelims.
If you have appeared in the exam, you are always welcome to share your opinion in the comments.
Coming to the attempts part, the average attempts are roughly between 66 to 72 regardless of shift or category.
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So, this was the ESIC SSO Prelims Exam Review 3rd November 2018. We hope we were accurate. If you think we missed anything, please leave a comment below.