SSC CGL Result 2021 [Date Out]: Direct Link to Check SSC CGL Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 Result

SSC CGL Tier-II Result will be released on 20th February 2021. The authority will also release the SSC CGL Cutoff and answer key. Candidates can check SSC CGL 2020 Marks by the given link below. The tentative result dates have come out along with the procedure to check and understand the results at various stages of the CGL 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 the SSC CGL exam.

SSC CGL Result 2020

The important dates regarding the results of SSC CGL have been tabulated below:

SSC CGL Result 2019
SSC CGL Notification Released on 22nd October 2019
Online Application Submission 22nd October 2019 to 25th November 2019
SSC CGL Admit Card February 20th, 2020
Tier-I exam March 3, 2020, to March 9, 2020
SSC CGL Tier-I Result July 1st, 2020
Tier-II exam 22nd June 2020 to 25th June 2020 (Postponed)

October 14th to October 17th, 2020 (postponed)

November 15th to November 18th, 2020

Tier-III exam 22nd June 2020 to 25th June 2020
Tier-IV exam Notified Soon

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 be uploaded before the announcement of SSC CGL Results. Apart from this, there will also be an 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 to qualify each Tier in order to write the next Tier exam as this is mandatory to qualify the overall SSC CGL exam.

How to download the SSC CGL Result?

The candidates can follow the steps given below to download the SSC CGL Result:

  1. Visit the official website of SSC.
  2. Go to the Result section
  3. Click on CGL tab
  4. Click on “Combined Graduate Level Examination 2020”
  5. Download the PDF file.
  6. The Result will be displayed on the screen.
  7. Search your roll number to check your qualification status

Details mentioned in the Result

The SSC CGL result is downloaded in the form of a PDF and consists of the following information:

Exam name Post names
Roll numbers of qualifying candidates Names of qualifying candidates
Category codes of qualifying candidates Category names

SSC CGL Merit List

The SSC CGL 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 the overall marks of candidates will be displayed here irrespective of whether they have obtained the required cutoffs 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, which is a Tier 2 exam.

If the situation still remains unresolved, then the marks of candidates in Tier 1 or Tier 2 exam are considered in order to prepare the mark list accordingly.

However, when candidates perform and obtain similar marks in all the Tier exams, then their date of birth 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 the same age in such a scenario. So, the SSC will then rank the candidates alphabetically wise while preparing the rank list.

SSC CGL Answer Key

The SSC CGL Answer Keys are usually released on the website before the results are declared. For the 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 to 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 Cut off

The SSC CGL cut off score is basically a parameter to select those candidates with high ranks in the merit list for further rounds of selection processes. Hence, the candidates need to score the required cut-off for the 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 a variety of factors such as the number of candidates, the difficulty level of exam, region wise vacancies, and previous years cutoffs 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 cutoff 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.

List-1:  Candidates qualified in SSC CGL Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-IV {General Studies (Finance & Accounts)}] and Tier-III

SC 156.73419 1576
ST 151.46077 780
OBC 172.76640 2904
EWS 175.31247 1202
UR 180.12237 2074*
OH 147.08520 149
HH 117.49075 141
Others-PWD 83.70627 125
Total 8951

Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II, and Paper-III (Statistics)] and Tier-III

SC 130.76651 3647
ST 119.99291 2020
OBC 154.87053 6032
EWS 152.03803 3315
UR 165.77474 3716*
OH 130.86331 166
HH 86.44781 181
VH 110.67982 204
Others-PWD 40.00000 110
Total 19391

Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II (Paper-I and Paper-II) and Tier-III

SC 115.35401 22965
ST 104.91984 11737
OBC 135.95037 38714
EWS 135.04329 15183
UR 147.78606 25876*
ESM 89.29321 5758
OH 98.42808 2196
HH 40.00000 1761
VH 110.41208 664
Others-PWD 40.00000 425
Total 125279

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