SSC CGL Tier 1 Response Sheet 2016: The Staff Selection Commission opened the portal for raising objections against the SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key provided by the authorities last week. The portal for raising objections was open from 21 to 26 September till 5:00 PM and SSC candidates who appeared for SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier 1 could mention their concerns regarding marked questions.
The Staff Selection Commission came out with another exam notification informing SSC candidates regarding the extension of date for raising objections against the SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key 2016.
SSC CGL Tier 1 Response Sheet 2016: Raising Objections
The Combined Graduate Level Examination was held from 27th August to 11th September 2016 on a new exam pattern and for the first time, Computer-Based Test (CBT) format.
Candidates have rated the Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier 1 to be of easy to moderate difficulty level and are now waiting for SSC CGL Tier 1 Result 2016. The following exam notification regarding SSC CGL Tier 1 Response Sheet was released, which basically gave out the following piece of information.
As per our previous article on SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key 2016, the candidates who appeared for CGLE 2016 were allowed to make representations/ raise objections against answers, which they have analysed to be wrongly marked by SSC authorities. A payment of Rs. 100/- per answer was required to submitted via SSC Portal by candidates who were raising objections against the uploaded Answer Key and SSC CGL Tier 1 Response Sheet.
If a candidate successfully submitted the required fee by 26 September 2016 (5 P.M.) but was not able to raise objections against the questions, there is still hope!
As per SSC Directives, such candidates have been provided additional time window between 28 September 2016 (Wednesday) from 10:00 AM onwards till 29 September 2016 (Thursday) upto 5:00 PM to raise objections/ concerns against the answers marked. No candidate beyond this timeline will be able to raise objections.
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We hope this will help all those candidates who were hanging on the hope of gaining just a few more marks to rise above the expected SSC CGL Tier 1 Cutoff 2016 and advance to the next level, which is, SSC CGL Tier II Examination.
SSC CGL Tier 1 Cut-Off 2016 (Expected)
The Cut-Off Marks for SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier 1 might be affected only by a small margin due to the raised objections against SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key 2016, but the overall expected cut-off might remain the same.
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- SSC CGL Tier-II Quantitative Aptitude & English Language Practice Papers
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- SSC CGL Tier II Previous Year Solved Paper
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