## Jul 19, 2014

### SSC LDC EXAMINATION PATTERN AND SYLLABUS 2014

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SSC LDC Exam Syllabus and Pattern 2014
Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam Pattern 2014
We all know that SSC has finally launched their notification in which they are inviting all Indian candidates for Combined Higher Secondary Exam 2014. If you yet not read our previous post related to this recruitment process than CLICK HERE to get access of that post. In this post we are going to explain the LDC Exam syllabus and Exam Pattern.

SCHEME OF LDC WRITTEN EXAM AND SYLLABUS
The Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam will be a written examination which consist of one objective type paper as shown below:
NOTE: The negative marking of 0.25 marks will take place for every wrong answer.
Pattern of the LDC EXAM 2014
Date of Exam: 02.11.2014 & 09.11.2014
Marks Total: 200 Marks
Duration Timing: 2 Hours
I. General Intelligence (50 questions)
II. English Language (Basic Knowledge) (50 questions)
III. Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill) (50 questions)
IV. General Awareness (50 questions)

THE SYLLABUS OF LDC EXAM 2014
1). General Intelligence: In this section the questions will be asked from verbal and non-verbal type. This section will include the questions from following topics:
Semantic Analogy | Symbolic operations | Symbolic/Number Analogy | Trends | Figural Analogy | Space Orientation | Semantic Classification | Venn Diagrams | Symbolic (or) Number Classification | Drawing  inferences | Figural Classification | Punched | hole (or) pattern-folding | unfolding | Semantic  Series,
Figural  Pattern–  folding  and  completion | Number  Series | Embedded  figures | Figural Series | Critical Thinking | Problem  Solving | Emotional Intelligence | Word  Building | Social Intelligence | Coding and de-coding | Other sub-topics, if any  Numerical operations.

2). English: In this Section the question will be asked related to the following topics: Find the Error | Fill in the Blanks | Synonyms/Homonyms | Antonyms, Spellings/ Detecting Mis-spelt words | Idioms & Phrases | One word substitution | Improvement of Sentences | Active/Passive Voice of Verbs | Conversion into Direct/Indirect narration | Shuffling of Sentence parts | Shuffling of Sentences in a passage | Cloze Passage | Comprehension Passage.

3). Quantitative Aptitude:
ARITHMETIC: Number Systems: Computation of Whole Number | Decimal and Fractions | Relationship between numbers.
Fundamental arithmetical operations: This part contains question from the basic topic of: Percentages (%) | Ratio and Proportion | Square roots | Averages | Interest (Simple and Compound) | Profit and Loss | Discount | Partnership Business | Mixture and Alligation | Time & Distance | Time & Work.
ALGEBRA: In this mathematics part the basic from algebraic identities of School Algebra and Elementary surds (simple problems) and Graphs of Linear Equations.
GEOMETRY: All question related to the basic geometry.
Familiarity with elementary geometric figures and facts: Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles | Circle and its chords | tangents | angles subtended by chords of a circle | common tangents to two or more circles.
MENSURATION:  This part contain question from: Triangle | Quadrilaterals | Regular Polygons | Circle | Right Prism | Right Circular Cone | Right Circular Cylinder | Sphere | Hemispheres | Rectangular Parallelepiped | Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square Base
TRIGONOMETRY: All the basic concept related to the Trigonometry | Trigonometric ratios | Complementary angles | Height and distances.
STATISTICAL CHARTS:
Use of Tables and Graphs:  Histogram | Frequency polygon | Bar-diagram | Pie-chart

4). General Awareness:  Questions are designed to test the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society.   Questions are also designed to test  knowledge  of  current  events  and  of  such  matters  of  everyday  observation  and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of an educated person.  The test will  also  include  questions  relating  to  India  and  its  neighbouring  countries  especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General policy and scientific research.
IMPORTANT DATES
July 19th 2014 Start Date for Online Registration.
Aug. 15th 2014 End Date for Applying online.
2nd Sept. & 9th Sept. 2014 is the Date of Exam.