# SSC CGL Quizzes, Questions & Answers

Dive into the world of competitive exam preparation with a twist of excitement through our engaging collection of SSC CGL quizzes! If you're gearing up for the SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination, buckle up for a riveting ride of knowledge and amusement. Imagine learning through monotonous textbooks and tackling brain-teasing questions that make you ponder, smile, and shout, "Eureka!" Our SSC CGL Quizzes are designed to be both instructive and entertaining, transforming your study sessions into thrilling adventures. Whether you're a seasoned aspirant or just starting to grasp the complexities of the exam syllabus, our quizzes cater to all levels of expertise.

Curated by subject-matter experts, these quizzes cover a wide spectrum of topics ranging from mathematics and reasoning to general awareness and English comprehension. With each question, you'll not only gain insights into the exam's nuances but also discover fascinating tidbits of information. Plus, the competitive edge of these quizzes will give you a taste of the real exam environment, preparing you for the challenges that lie ahead. What sets our SSC CGL Quizzes apart is their interactive nature. You'll be actively involved in every step, making your learning journey more dynamic and memorable.

Challenge your friends, compete for high scores, and track your progress as you conquer each quiz. Incorporating trivia into your study routine not only aids retention but also transforms studying into an enjoyable experience. So, embark on this quiz-filled voyage towards SSC CGL success, where learning meets entertainment, and triumph is only a quiz away! Are you ready to take the plunge? Let the quizzing begin!

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Human development index comprises literacy rate, life expectancy at birth and:

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Two statements are given followed by four conclusions. I. II. III and IV. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions can definitely be drawn from the given statements. Indicate your answer. Statements: (A) No cow is a chair. (B) All chairs are tables. Conclusions: I. Some tables are chairs. II. Some tables are cows. III. Some chairs are cows. IV. No table is a cow.

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A is B's daughter. B is C's mother. D is C's brother. How is D related to A?

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Six toys are quite identical to look at, but only one of them is less in weight. It is to be identified using the balance minimum number of times. What is that minimum number of using the balance?

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Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 1040   |  Last updated: Mar 19, 2023
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A sum of money placed at compound interest doubles itself in 4 yr. In how many years will it amount to four times itself?