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SSC CGL Tier 1 tentative answer key released: How to raise objections

SSC CGL 2020: The candidates can raise objections by paying a fee of Rs 100 per question challenged.

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 3, 2021 10:26:15 am
SSC cgl answer keyThe candidates can download the answer key through the website- ssc.nic.in. File.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key 2021: The Staff Selection Commission today released the tentative answer keys of the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination tier-1. The candidates can download the answer key through the website- ssc.nic.in.

The candidates who want to raise objections can do so through the official website by paying a fee of Rs 100 per question challenged. The computer-based examination for the CGLE, 2020 (Tier-I) was conducted by the commission from August 13 to August 24 at different centres all over the country.

SSC CGL tier 1 answer key 2021: How to check

Step 1: Visit the official website- ssc.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the ‘download answer key’ link

Step 3: A pdf file with answer keys will appear on the screen

Step 4: Download and take a print out for further reference.

Representations in respect of the tentative answer keys, if any, may be submitted online from September 2 (6 pm) to September 9 (6 pm) on payment of Rs 100 per question that candidates want to challenge. Candidates may take a printout of their respective response sheets, as the same will not be available after the above-specified time limit.

The recruitment examination consists of 100 questions — each bearing two marks. There is also a negative marking of 0.50 marks for every incorrect answer. Those who clear the tier-I exam will have to appear for tier-II, tier-III and a skill test.

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