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Topic wise break up for SSC CGL Maths (Quantitative Abilities) (Tier II) from 2010 to 2013


S.No.
TOPIC
SSC Tier 2 Exam
29.09.2013
SSC Tier 2 Exam
16.09.2012
SSC Tier 2 Exam
04.09.2011
SSC Tier 2 Exam
01.08.2010
1.
Number System
04
03
04
03
2.
Simplification
01
----
06
04
3.
Squares, Square Roots, Cube, Cube Roots, Power, Indices, Surds
04
01
07
10
4.
Divisibility
01
01
02
03
5.
LCM and HCF
02
01
02
01
6.
Percentage
05
05
06
05
7.
Average
04
04
02
02
8.
Ratio and Proportion
03
04
04
02
9.
Allegation or Mixture
01
01
-----
-----
10.
Partnership
02
02
-----
02
11.
Profit and Loss
06
06
08
16
12.
Simple Interest
02
02
02
01
13.
Compound Interest
02
03
02
05
14.
Time and Work
04
03
02
03
15.
Pipes and Cistern
02
02
01
01
16.
Work and Wages
02
01
02
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17.
Time and Distance
03
03
02
03
18
Trains
01
01
02
01
19.
Boats and Stream
-----
01
-----
-----
20.
Races and Games
-----
-----
-----
-----
21.
Problem Based on Ages
-----
01
-----
01
22.
Clock
01
01
-----
-----
23.
Calender
----
-----
-----
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24.
Mensuration
12
15
08
15
25.
Sequence and Series
2
02
----
03
26.
Permutation and Combination
----
----
----
----
27.
Probability
----
01
03
----
28.
Data Interpretation
05
05
20
10
29.
Algebra
08
09
04
09
30.
Logarithms
----
----
----
----
31
Geometry
09
05
02
----
32.
Traingle
03
04
02
----
33.
Circle
03
03
02
----
34.
Trigonometry
08
10
05
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Total Number of Questions
100
100
100
100



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