SSC CGL Tier 3: Previous Year Questions Papers
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SSC CGL Tier 3: Previous Year Question Papers
Staff Selection Commission conducts CGL Tier 3 exam in offline mode which is a descriptive exam. Tier 3 is not merely a test of knowledge of the candidate but also checks the writing skills of the candidates whether they are able to communicate their views to the readers in a coherent and fluent manner. Tier 3 exam consists of an essay and a letter/Application to be attempted within the prescribed word limit and stipulated time frame. The prescribed word limit for an essay is 250 words and the letter is 150 words.
Here the detailed list of questions asked in SSC CGL Tier 3 2019 in previous years is provided for your reference. Go through the list to get an insight into the pattern of the exam, level of difficulty, and types of questions asked. Hopefully, this article on SSC CGL Previous Year Questions will be extremely relevant for the aspirants and will boost their preparation.
SSC CGL Tier 3 Previous Year Questions Asked
SSC CGL Tier 3 Descriptive Paper 2019
Essay: Importance of Environmental impact assessment in India. (250 words)
Precis: How the relationship between Speaker & audience should have.
A paragraph was given on the qualities of the speaker and his relationship with the audience. Qualities speaker must posses, and words that create a difference between good and bad speakers. Therefore, the qualities of the speaker and the immediate impact on the audience.
SSC CGL Tier 3 Descriptive Paper 2018
Essay: Importance of Education in Present Time. (250 words)
Letter: You are Sunita/ Sunil, resident of Gandhi road, Dwarka, New Delhi, 110083. Write a letter to the manager, G D Restaurant complaining about their poor service and the quality of food.
Essay: How far demonetisation has achieved its objective? (250 words)
Letter: Assuming that you are Rajani/ Rajan and you have been selected as the Marketing Manager in a Public Enterprises and have to join immediately. Write a letter to your senior to extend the date of joining.