SSC CGL Result: The Authority has been released the SSC CGL 2017 Marks, Candidates can check SSC CGL 2017 Marks by the given link below. SSC CGL 2017 Tier III Result has been released now. However, the tentative result dates have come out along with the procedure to check and understand the results at various stages of this exam, that is Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 and Tier 4. Since this exam conducted in various stages, the results will be declared individually before the final combined result of SSC CGL exam.
SSC CGL Result
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After each Tier level exam, the results will be uploaded on the official website of SSC.
To check the result, one can click on the ‘Result’s’ link after they are uploaded on the official website. The Answer Keys will then also be uploaded before the announcement of SSC CGL Results. Apart from this, there will also be a SSC CGL Final Merit List, which will be uploaded at the end.
Amidst all this, the most important thing is to understand from the results whether a particular candidate has qualified each Tier inorder to write the next Tier exam as this is mandatory to qualify the overall SSC CGL exam. Therefore, the rest of this blog will proceed on the various result dates (tentative) and procedures to follow inorder to accurately understand one’s own individual Tier exam results and cut offs required to gain a place on the Final Merit List for SSC CGL 2018.
Expected Dates For SSC CGL 2018 Result
SSC CGL 2017 Tier III Result has been released now. Candidates can check SSC CGL Tier III result by the given link above. the authority has been also released the SSC CGL 2017 Marks for Tier III Examination. However, the dates for Tier 3 and Tier 4 exam have yet been announced, though they are expected to be in January and February 2019, respectively. With regard to the results, they will be first uploaded after each individual Tier exam. The results are never sent personally to any candidates through any means of communication.
To check the Tier wise results, candidates have to click on the particular Tier exam result on the official site whenever they are uploaded. For instance if it was Tier 1 exam result, the result link would be named Combined Graduate Level Tier 1 Exam Result. Candidates are required to look for their respective Roll Numbers to see whether they have made it to the Roll Number wise mark list after every Tier exam. The list is usually available in a PDF format.
Every Tier exam mark list will contain specifics such Roll Number, Name of candidate etc. It will also include the status of whether the candidate has qualified for the next Tier exam. For this, a ‘Y’ will be marked incase the candidate has qualified. If the candidate has not qualified, then the space where ‘Y’ is to be marked will be left blank.
Below is a summary of the expected results dates of this exam in the upcoming months this year.
|Official website to check the results||www.ssc.nic.in|
|Details included In Tier exam mark list||Name, Roll number, Category, Whether or not qualified for next succeeding Tier exam.|
SSC CGL Exam Dates
|SSC CGL Tier 1 Result||July 2019|
|SSC CGL Tier 2 Result||October 2019|
|SSC CGL Tier 3 Result||Not announced|
|SSC CGL Tier 4 Result||Not announced|
|Combined Results/ Final Merit list||Usually within 2-3 months after exam|
SSC CGL 2018 Merit List
The SSC CGL 2018 Final Merit List is prepared based on the combined four Tier exam results.
This result is usually available for download within two to three months of the last Tier exam. The list will contain certain details such as the Roll number of the candidate, Name, Rank and Overall marks. It is also important to know that overall marks of candidates will be displayed here irrespective of whether they have obtained the required cut offs or not.
At times, there are also possibilities for a tie score between candidates in the final Merit list. In cases where more than two candidates obtain the same overall combined score, then priority will be given to one who has scored more in the written test, that is Tier 2 exam.
If the situation still remains unresolved, then the marks of candidates in Tier 1 or Tier 2 exam are considered inorder to prepare the mark list accordingly.
However, when candidates perform and obtain similar marks in all the Tier exams, then their date of births will be compared and the older candidate will be given preference over the other. Further on, there is also a chance of candidates being of same age in such a scenario. So, the SSC will then rank the candidates alphabetically wise while preparing the rank list.
SSC CGL 2018 Answer Key
The SSC CGL 2018 Answer Keys are usually released on the website itself before the results are declared. For Tier 1 exam, it is released within 10-15 days after the exam.
The Answer Keys will be in a downloadable format and can be obtained by providing the required details such as Roll number from the particular Answer Key link on the official website. To confirm if it is the right Answer Key, a candidate can verify it with the specific Test form number, exam date and time. While checking the Answer Keys, candidates can also check their Response sheets of Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam (online mode) and compare their answers with the Answer Key accordingly. Any official answer of any question can be challenged here, for a fee of Rs. 100 per answer.
With the help of Answer Keys, candidates can easily calculate an estimate of their total marks and compare it with the required cut off’s. This helps to understand and be prepared either to write the next Tier exam or to not.
SSC CGL 2018 Cut off
The SSC CGL 2018 cut off score is basically a parameter to select those candidates with high ranks in merit list for further rounds of selection processes. Hence,candidates need to be score the required cut off for Tier 1 exam in order to be shortlisted for Tier 2 and then for Tier 3 and Tier 4, subsequently.
Now, the SSC CGL cut off depends on variety of factors such as number of candidates, the difficulty level of exam, region wise vacancies and previous years cut offs of the SSC CGL exam. Some of the major posts for which candidates are recruited include Assistant Audit Officer or Assistant Account Officer, Compilers, Statistical Investigators Grade II , Inspectors , Sub Inspectors (Group B) posts etc.
Now, the cut-off score of Tier 2 is based on the marks obtained in Paper 1 and Paper 2. However, for Statistical Investigator and Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) posts, the marks obtained in Paper 3 and 4 are considered.
SSC CGL Cut off 2017
Below is the revised SSC CGL 2017 Cut off for Tier 1
List 1: Candidates who qualified in Tier 1 for appearing in Tier 2 (Paper 1, Paper 2, Paper 4 (Finance & Accounts) and Tier 3
|Initial Cut off||Revised Cut off|
List 2: Candidates who qualified in Tier 1 for appearing in Tier 2 (Paper 1, Paper 2, Paper 3 (Statistics) and Tier 3
|Initial Cut off||Revised Cut off|
List 3: Candidates who qualified in Tier 1 for appearing in Tier 2 (Paper 1 and Paper 2) and Tier 3
|Initial Cut off||Revised Cut off|
When the SSC CGL 2018 exams have taken place, the official cut offs will also be published. For all latest updates and notifications, candidates can check with the official website or other educational news updates, both online and offline.