# SSC GD Practice Paper in English

SSC constable GD Practice Paper in English for free online practice of 2025 Exams. 80 Questions from Reasoning, GK, Math and English as per new exam pattern.

### General Intelligence and Reasoning

Q-1 : In the following question, select the related letter pair from the given alternatives.
KW : FR : : ?

a) BM : WO
b) OC : CP
c) IU : DP
d) AB : BM

Q-2 : In a certain code language, if RAINBOW is coded as ‘ S19OC15X’ and SUNSHINE is coded as ‘T21OTI9O5’, then what will MOONLIGHT be coded as ?

a) N1515ON9HIU
b) N1515OM9HIU
c) N1515O9MHIU
d) N1515M9OHIU

Q-3 : Which of the following numbers will replace the question mark (?) in the given series ?
8, 16, 7, 14, 5, 10, 1, 2, ?

a) 7
b) 9
c) 4
d) -7

Q-4: In the following question below are given some statements followed by some conclusions based on those statements. Taking the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows the given statements.
statements:
I. Some U are C
II. No L is U.
Conclusion :
I. Some L are U
II. Some C are not L

a) Only conclusion II follows
b) Neither conclusion follows
c) Only conclusion I follows
d) Both conclusions I and II follows

Answer: a) Only conclusion II follows

Q-5: Which of the following groups of letters when sequentially placed from left to right will complete the given series ?
aaaa_bbbbbaaaa_bbbbb_aa_abbbbbaaaaabbbbb

a) aaaa
b) bbaa
c) abab
d) bbbb

Q-6:’A B’ means ‘A is the husband of B’
A+ B’ means ‘A is the brother of B’
A B’ means ‘A is the sister of B’
‘A- B’ means ‘A is the wife of B’
How is X related to A in the expression ‘X + Y Z – A’ ?

a) Brother
b) Sister’ s husband
c) Wife’s brother
d) Son

Q-7 :If 13 A 14 B 15 C 20 = 243 and 15 A 10 B 8 C 9 = 104, then 45 A 10 B 18 C 50 = ?

a) 280
b) 275
c) 145
d) 265

Q-8:Which two signs should be interchanged to make the given equation correct ?

a) and +
b) + and
c) and
d) and –

Q-9 :Six friend Adam, Beth, Carl, Diana, Eric , and Fiona are sitting around a cricular table facing the center, Beth sits to the immediate right of Carl, Adam is second to the right of Beth, Fiona and Adam are neighbours. Diana is not sitting next to Eric or Fiona. Who is sitting to the immediate right of Eric ?

a) Beth
c) Carl
d) Fiona

Q-10 : If 60 @ 35 # 15 * 6 = -65 and 40 @ 30 # 6 * 7 = -32, then
90 @ 10 # 6 * 5 = ?

a) 60
b) 50
c) 70
d) 65

Q-11 :Four different positions of the same dice are given below, Find the number opposite of 51.

a) 54
b) 53
c) 52
d) 55

Q-12 : Seven P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting around a circular table facing towards the centre ( not necessarily in the same order). V is second to the right of R. U is to immediate left of R P is third to the right of T. S and T are the immediate neighbour of Q. Who is sitting on the immediate right of R ?

a) U
b) P
c) Q
d) T

Q-13 : Pointing towards a photo of a photo of a lady, Ram said, ” She is the sister of my mother’s daughter ”. How lady is related to Ram ?

a) Daughter
b) Wife
c) Sister
d) Mother

Q-14 : Arrange the given words in the sequence in which they occur in the dictionary .
1.Clamp 2. Clan 3. Clank 4. Clang 5. Clap

a) 1,2,4,3,5
b) 1,2,3,4,5
c) 1,2,4,5,3
d) 1,2,3,5,4

Q-15: After interchanging the given two signs what will be the values of equation (I) and (II) respectively ?
and
I.
II.

a) 5 and 6
b) 8 and 9
c) 6 and 15
d) 5 and 27

Answer : d) 5 and 27

Q-16: A paper is folded and cut as shown below . How will it appear when unfolded ?

a) 1
b) 3
c) 2
d) 4

Q-17: Select the mirror image of the given figure when the mirror PQ is placed to the right side of the figure.

a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

Q-18: In the following question, select the figure which can be placed at the sign of question mark (?) from the given alternatives :

a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

Q-19: In a certain code language, CASKM’ is coded as ‘69271’.’CHARM ‘ is coded as ‘ 13576’. ‘CLAOS’ is coded as’74682′. What can be the code for ‘H’ in that code language ?

a) 1
b) 6
c) 3
d) 7

Q-20: Arrange the given word in alphabetical order :

1 Tender
2 Thankful
3 Tactful
4 Tablespoon
5 Tasty

a) 4, 5, 2, 1, 3
b) 4, 3, 5, 2, 1
c) 4, 3,5, 1, 2
d) 4, 1, 5, 2, 3

Answer : c) 4, 3,5, 1, 2

### General Knowledge and General awareness

Q-1 Pandit Birju Maharaj was an Indian dancer, composer, singer, and exponent of the ___________ ” Kalka Bindadin ”Gharana of Kathak dance in India.

b) Lucknow
c) Agra
d) Gwalior

Q-2: Which dance style is associated with the story of lord Krishna and his queen Stayabhama ‘ Bhaamaakalaapam ?

a) Kathak
b) Bharat natyam
c) Kuchipudi
d) Odissi

Q-3: The IAAF World Championships in Athletics became a fully professional competition from____________.

a) 1991
b) 1993
c) 1997
d) 1995

Q-4 : Which sport is played by the Indian spotsperson Anaka Alankamony ?

b) Table Tennis
c) Hockey
d) Squash

Q-5 :Which of following articles of the Indian Constitution mentions that no person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be witness against himself ?

a) Article 20
b) Article 14
c) Article 16
d) Article 18

Q-6 Sarojini Naidu served as President of the Indian National Congress in ________________.

a) 1925
b) 1935
c) 1931
d) 1921

Q-7: Where are the days and nights the same?

a) Prime Meridian
b) Antarctic
c) Poles
d) Equator

Q-8: On the bank of now dry course of which river, the ancient city of Harappa was built ?

a) Gandak
b) Ravi
c) Kosi
d) Yamuna

Q-9: Which term is used to denote the mean income computed for every man, woman and child in a particular group including those living in group quarters?

a) Per capita income
b) Per hundred income
c) GDP
d) PRCS

Answer : a) Per capita income

Q-10 : Which of the following is not a writ issued by the Supreme Court of India ?

a) Jus soli
b) Per hundred income
c) GDP
d) PRCS

Q-11 : In India the financial /fiscal year is taken from.

a) 1st July to 30th June
b) 1st October to 30th September
c) 1st April to 31st March
d) 1st Jan to 31st December

Answer : c) 1st April to 31st March

Q-12: India become self- sufficient in food – grains and had sufficient stock in the central pool, even, at times, India was in a position to export food – grains, because of ___________Revolution

a) Industrial
b) Green
c) Oil
d) White

Q-13: Gautama Buddha decided to find his own path to realisation and meditated for days on end under a ________ tree at Bodh Gaya in Bihar.

a) Sal
b) Teak
c) Peepal
d) Neem

Q-14:The Sixth Economic Census of India was conducted in which of the following years ?

a) 2013
b) 2019
c) 2017
d) 2009

Q-15: Which among the following country is not a neighbouring country of India?

a) Japan
b) Myanmar
c) Bhutan
d) Nepal

Q-16:Non- Metals, are electronegative. They tend to form bonds by ___________ electrons.

a) Subtracting two
b) losing
c) gaining
d) substituting

Q-17 :Swami Dayanand Saraswati was the founder of which of the following reform association ?

a) Veda samaj
b) Prarthana Samaj
c) Arya Samaj
d) Brahmo Samaj

Q-18 :Which state of India has the highest population density as per 2011 census ?

a) Orissa
b) Maharashtra
d) Bihar

Q-19 : What is the rank of India in terms of the world’s area among the countries of the world ?

a) 7th
b) 6th
c) 8th
d) 5th

Q-20 :Which planet radiate green colour light?

a) Mercury
b) Venus
c) Neptune
d) Jupiter

### Elementary Mathematics : SSC GD Practice Paper in English

Q-1 : R can do a work in 90 days. What percent work of the total work can be done by R in 45 days?

a) 70 percent
b) 65 percent
c) 50 percent
d) 56 percent

Q-2 : Selling price of a table is Rs. 6875. If profit percentage is 25 percent, then what is the cost price of table ?

a) Rs. 6400
b) Rs. 5500
c) Rs. 5000
d) Rs. 5200

Q-3 : Average age of 22 teachers is 64 years, after involving a new teacher in that group the average increases by 1 year. What is the age of the new teacher ?

a) 93 years
b) 91 years
c) 89 years
d) 87 years

Q-4 : The simple interest on a certain sum of money at rate of Interest 6 % per annum for 2 years is RS.960. What is the compound interest (compounding annually) on the same sum for the same period and at the same rate of interest?

a) Rs. 985.4
b) Rs. 988.8
c) Rs. 1122.2
d) Rs. 1025.1

Ans : b) Rs. 988.8

Q-5 : A person walk at a speed of 6 Km/h and covers a certain distance in 4 hours. If the person increases the speed to 8 km/h. how long will it take to cover the same distance ?

a) 5 hours
b) 2 hours
c) 4.5 hours
d) 3 hours

Ans : d) 3 hours

Q-6 : Find the fourth proportional of 4x, x + 4, 3x -1, if x = 2

a) 15/4
b) 21/4
c) 14/4
d) 11/4

Ans : a) 15/4

Q-7 :Which of the following number is not divisible by 8 ?

a) 5968
b) 5896
c) 6032
d) 6044

Ans : d) 6044

Q-8 :Find the HCF of 84, 126, and 168.

a) 44
b) 40
c) 49
d) 42

Ans : d) 42

Q-9 :A pair of shoes is sold for Rs 960 after a discount of 25 %. Find the marked price.

a) Rs. 1220
b) Rs. 1200
c) Rs. 1240
d) Rs. 1280

Ans : d) Rs. 1280

Q-10 : At what rate per annum will Rs. 33,000 yield a compound interest of Rs. 31,680 in 2 years interest being compounded yearly ?

a) 50 %
b) 55 %
c) 30 %
d) 40 %

Ans : d) 40 %

Q-11 : Find the area of a triangle with a base of 12 cm and the height corresponding to that base is 1/3rd the length of the base.

a) 24 cm2
b) 20 cm2
c) 18 cm2
d) 16 cm2

Ans :a) 24 cm2

Q-12 : In a mixture water and wine are in the ratio of 7 : 19 If it contains 12 litres more wine than water, then what will be the quantity of wine in mixture ?

a) 7 litres
b) 12 litres
c) 19 litres
d) 16 litres

Ans : c) 19 litres

Q-13 : If 75 percent of total mobiles are sold at a loss of 20 percent and remaining mobiles are sold at a profit of 30 percent . then what will be the overall loss percentage ?

a) 9.09 percent
b) 8 percent
c) 7.5 percent
d) 8.5 percent

Ans : c) 7.5 percent

Q-14 : X and Y together can complete a work in 20 days. Y alone can complete the same work in 25 days. In how many days will X alone complete the same work ?

a) 120 days
b) 100 days
c) 110 days
d) 150 days

Ans : b) 100 days

Q-15 : If 3T = 10U and 5U = 7V, then what is the value of T : U : V ?

a) 70 : 21 : 15
b) 10 : 3 : 2
c) 70 : 31 : 14
d) 21 : 15 : 70

Ans : a) 70 : 21 : 15

Q-16 :What is the curved surface area of a hemisphere whose radius is 21 cm ?

a) 2772 cm2
b) 3296 cm2
c) 2542 cm2
d) 2984 cm2

Ans : a) 2772 cm2

Q-17 :Two trains start running from stations C and D at same time . Both trains are running towards each other at speeds of 32 km/hr and 96 km/hr respectively. When they meet each other, then the second train had travelled 160 km more than the first. What is the distance between C and D ?

a) 320 km
b) 280 km
c) 360 km
d) 450 km

Ans : a) 320 km

Q-18 : What is the value of ?

a) 62
b) 12
c) 32
d) 52

Ans : a) 12

Q-19 : An article is sold a discount of 20 percentage. What will be the ratio of the marked price and selling price of the article ?

a) 5 : 3
b) 4 : 3
c) 5 : 4
d) 4 ; 1

Ans : c) 5 : 4

Q-20 :There are 44 mangoes, 121 bananas and 11 apples, they have to be arranged in several rows in such a way that every row contains equal number of fruits and each row contains fruits of one type. What is the minimum number of rows ?

a) 16
b)14
c) 13
d) 15

Ans : a) 16
Solution:
HCF of 44,11,121 is 11. each row contains 11 fruits
mangoes rows = 4
apples row= 1
bananas rows=11
Total row= 4+1+11= 16 rows

### English : SSC GD Practice Paper

Q-1: Improve the underlined part of the sentence choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct.
The flowers have a very strongly scent.

a) very stronger
b) No improvement
c) very strong
d) very strongest

Ans : c) very strong

Q-2 : Select the sentence with no spelling errors.

a) But he always replied only with a superior smile when asked by reporters to put the philosophy and the triple ethic into words.
b) But he always replied only with a superior smile when asked by reporters to put the philusophy and the triple ethic into words.
c) But he always replied only with a supereor smile when asked by reporters to put the philosophy and the triple ethic into words.
d) But he always replied only with a superior smile when asked by reporters to put the philsophy and the triple ethic into words.

Ans : a) But he always replied only with a superior smile when asked by reporters to put the philosophy and the triple ethic into words.

Q-3 : Select the incorrectly spelt word from the given sentence.
As a jazz lover. I want people to embrace the music for its entrinsic qualities, not its symbolic resonance.

a) qualities
b) resonance
c) entrinsic
d) embrace

Ans : c) entrinsic

Q-4 : Fill in the blank with the most appropriate option.
He had always liked this mosque, it was gracious, and the arrangement __________________ him.

a) dissatisfied
c) bothered
d) happy

Q-5 :In the following question , out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.
To sit at someone ‘s feet

a) To be someone ‘ s equal
b) To attend upon as someone’s disciple
c) To be proud of someone
d) To wash someone ‘s feet

Ans : b) To attend upon as someone’s disciple

Q-6 : Choose the word that is opposite in meaning to the given word.
” Tame”

a) Wild
b) Revisit
c) Fealty

Ans : a) Wild

Q-7 : Choose the most appropriate antonym of the underline word .
The speech came to an abrupt end when, losing her balance, she fell to the ground and lay there in
drunken contentment.

a) Gratification
b) Discomfort
c) Complacency
d) Pleasure

Ans : b) Discomfort

Q-8 : Choose the idoms /phrase that can substitute the highlighted group of words meaningfully.
The matter is very serious and delicate. So, I urge you to behave or speak carefully to avoid causing problem.

a) Cut corners
c) In the dark
d) Beat around the bush

Ans : b) To tread carefully

Q-9 : Replace the bracketed word with one of the given options, which suitably replace the word without changing the meaning of the sentence.
There are several way to (mitigate) a blowout without losing control or playing soft.

a) allay
c) intensify
d) aggravate

Ans : a) allay

Q-10 : choose the most appropriate antonym of the underlined word.
Many of her students live in two-or three-bedroom apartments with families of up to eight people, creating an environment rife with distractions.

a) void
b) alive
c) thick
d) replete

Ans : a) void

Q-11 : Find the part of the given sentence that has an error in it. If there is no error, choose ‘No error’.
I waited for so more years to be with you.

a) No error
b) years to be
c) I waited for so more
d) with you

Ans : c) I waited for so more

Q-12 : Select the most appropriate option for the given blank.
choose the right resolution ____________________ your project.

a) by
b) in
c) to
d) for

Ans : d) for

Q-13 : choose the most appropriate synonym of the underlined word.
Only a rounded bar and threerotting bathtubs remain in the decrepit club.

a) Hearty
b) Robust
c) Wrecked
d) Luxurious

Ans : c) Wrecked

Q-14 : Select the incorrectly spelt word from the given sentence .
Kids who weren’t restrained at all definitly suffered the consequences.

a) definitly
b) suffered
c) restrained
d) consequences

Ans : a) definitly

Q-15 : From the option given below choose the synonym (similar meaning) of the word:
Alienate

a) Secure
b) Vacate
c) Sever
d) Estrange

Ans : d) Estrange

#### Comprehension : (Q. 16 to 20)

Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blanks our of the four alternatives .
Several lines of geological evidence (1) ________________- that an asteroid that was as much as 10 kilometers (6 miles) in diameter hit the Earth at the end of the Cretaceous (2) _____________. This evidence includes an ancient impact crater in the Yucatan Peninsula of mexico that dates (3) ___________ the time of the extinction. The impact would have produced an enormous dust cloud that would have (4) _____________________________ into the atmosphere and (5) __________________ the planet.

Q-16: Select the most appropriate option for blank (1)

a) prevaricate
b) sign
c) intimate
d) indicate

Ans : d) indicate

Q-17: Select the most appropriate option for blank (2)

a) space
b) spell
c) span
d) period

Ans : d) period

Q-18: Select the most appropriate option for blank (3)

a) for
b) in
c) to
d) of

Ans : c) to

Q-19: Select the most appropriate option for blank (4)

a) raised up
b) raise in
c) risen up
d) rise in

Ans : c) risen up

Q-20: Select the most appropriate option for blank (5)

a) walled
b) encircled
c) fenced
d) captured