The SSC MTS Examination 2019 would be conducted in two stages, Paper 1 and Paper 2. In the SSC MTS Online Examination last year the SSC has introduced some changes. The SSC MTS Pattern is similar to that last year.
For your information and understanding a chart is sketched representing the necessary data of the SSC MTS Paper 1.
|SR. NO.||Subjects Included In Paper 1||Maximum Marks Allotted||Total Questions|
|1.||General Intelligence & Reasoning||25||25|
|2.||Numerical Aptitude (Concerning Math)||25||25|
SSC MTS Paper I Syllabus
The detailed syllabus of the subjects to be learned is mentioned so as to get a clear idea of every topic related for the preparation.
Reasoning Syllabus or Topics:
- Word Formation
- Venn Diagram
- Blood Relation
- Missing Numbers
- Non-Verbal Reasoning
- Verbal Reasoning
Analogy is a comparison to show similarity and is used in problem solving, decision making, memory, creativity, explanation and communication. It means identification of places, persons or things their comparison.
Coding is computer language used to develop apps, websites and software. Decoding is a process of converting code into text. It is the reverse of encoding.
In mathematics it is a set of numbers arranged in rows and columns to form a rectangular figure. The number are the entries of a matrix. It has a wide span of applications in engineering, economics, physics and statistics along with branches if mathematics.
In english language it is a creation of new words. There are four type of word formation prefixes.
5. Venn Diagram:
Conceived around 1880 used to teach elementary set theory in logic probability, computer science, Statistics. It is generally used in Symbols, emblems, trademarks, game of probability in dice, tree diagram, a family ancestral diagram .
6. Direction and Distance :
Used for problems in science and math.
It is concerned strictly with your family members in the family comprise of grand parents, parents their children.
Are to be filled up mostly concerning with the mathematics. Sometimes general and common maths is also used for this topic.
Such questions test the mathematical logical ability and are a challange to imagine the situation.
10. Verbal Reasoning :
Verbal reasoning implies that you have to read the given passage to understand it and answer whatever is asked.
General Awareness Syllabus or Topics:
- -Static GK
- -Books and Authors
- -Current Affairs
- -Dates, Portfolios
English Syllabus or Topics:
English Syllabus or Topics:
- -Reading Comprehension
- -Fill in the Blanks
- -Phrases and Idioms
- -Synonyms and Antonyms
- -One word Substitution
- -Sentence Correction
- -Error Spotting
Numerical Aptitude Syllabus or Topics:
- -Ratio and Proportion
- -Problem on Ages
- -Speed, Distance and Time
- -Profit and Loss
- -Number Series
- -Number System
- -Time and Work
- -Mixture Problem
Time consuming questions usually asked in Banking and other Government examinations, mostly students skip the section as more time is required or consumed.
A mathematical banking and business term used in general and normal routine life. It is related to commerce, accounts, basics of earning for money lords.
As the name denotes percentage, means out of one hundred and is a way of writing a ratio.
4. Ratio and Proportion:
A ratio is a means to compare two things or quantities by using division.
Average refers to the Arithmatic mean , in colloquial and general language.
6.Problems Of Ages:
The ratio of father age to the son’s age is 3:1. The product of their age is 147. What will be the ratio of their ages 5 years later ? Such are problems on age.
7.Speed Distance and Time:
A lesson in mathematics you should have studied like From Nasik to Pune the distance is given the time taken is also give now find the speed. Such questions are asked.
8.Profit and Loss:
These terms are connected with small or big business or enterprises. It is also a households term. Generally it is a necessary lesson in maths so that you get trained in the Profit and loss in your daily routine.
9.Number Series :
Question: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, ?
Answer: 1, 1+1, 2+1, 3+1, 4+1, 5+1, 6+1, 7+1, 8+1
In the number system there are naturals, integers, rationals, irrationals, reals.
Natural: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Integers: -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Rational: 1/3, 2/5
Decimals: 2.34, 8.567
Irrational: Cannot be written as a ratio
√2 = 1.4142135…. Goes on.
It means to measure. it is a branch of maths that deals with the measurement of geometric figures areas, volume, surface areas, perimeters, diameters , etc.
12. Time and work:
There are problems which you should have solved in your school time.
13. DI – Data Interpretation in Maths:
Type of Data Interpretation :
With Photo = Pie Chart, Line or Bar Graph.
Without Photo = Paragraph, table.
14. Mixed Problems:
There are miscellaneous problems based on the whole course in maths. There are not written topic wise or lesson wise, rather they are the extract from all the lessons.
15. Algebra :
Algebra means reunion of broken parts. There are many topics such as: Adding and subtracting algebraic expressions, multiplications, divisions.
The walls of a room are usually parallel and perpendicular to each other. The cooking gas cylinder is always cylindrical in shape. Thus geometry has a varied role in our lives.
It is a branch of mathematics that deals with relationship of lengths and angles of triangles. Pythagorean identities of Sine, Cosine, Tangent, Sec, Cosec, Cot.
SSC MTS Exam Pattern : Paper 2
Descriptive Writing Skills and methods by writing short essay or latter in English, evaluates your clearing in the examination.
Please write clearly, carefully, legibly, distinctly and specifically with suitable space between words.
The time allotted would be 30 minutes and the marks 50 maximum. 0.25 mark would be struck out for every wrong and incorrect answer in PAPER 1.
No Negative marking in PAPER 2 of SSC MTS 2019 Exam. Cumulative Score of both the papers would be considered for the Final Selection.