SSC CGL Tier 1 Score Prediction, Cut-Off, Tier II Selection 2016


SSC CGL Tier 1 Score Prediction: The Staff Selection Commission officially released the SSC CGL Answer Key for Tier 1 Recruitment Examination held from 27 August to 11 September 2016. The Response Sheet will help SSC candidates track their performance in the actual Combined Graduate Level (Tier 1) Examination. But, there is still time before the SSC CGL exam Result 2016 for Tier 1 are announced.

So, the question here is – ‘How to predict your SSC CGL Tier 1 Score?’. Let us guide you through the right process for calculating SSC CGL Tier 1 Score and predict the possibility of qualifying for SSC CGL Tier II Recruitment Examination 2016.


SSC CGL Tier 1 Score Prediction 2016

The Combined Graduate Level Examination this year has been quite a roller coaster ride. The immense delay of the examination date, SSC CGL revised pattern and the introduction of online recruitment examination for both Tier I and Tier II, all created a lot of buzz in the government recruitment world.

Yet, most candidates seemed happy with their performance as seen from our SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis 2016 for each day. Now, lets see what we can predict about your chances of moving ahead in the SSC Recruitment Process on the scores calculated from the SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key 2016.  

Candidates scoring 140+ Marks in SSC CGL Tier 1 2016

A score in this bracket will ensure a good possibility of cracking the first level i.e. Tier 1 Recruitment Examination.

Also, it further ensures a better chance of securing the final selection as the allotment will be based on cumulative score and based on the above scores, the person is 15-20 marks ahead from many aspirants.

Prepare with the same zeal and aim for scoring decently in SSC CGL Tier II Examination.

Candidates scoring 110-140 Marks in SSC CGL Tier 1 2016

You might make it through SSC CGL Tier I Examination but you have to prepare very hard and give your best shot in Tier II. The cumulative score needs to be higher.

Don’t take any day any hour for granted. Just analyze previous year paper and start preparing each topic. Make sure you score maximum in SSC CGL Tier II.

Candidates scoring Less than 110 Marks in SSC CGL Tier 1 2016

Chances might be a little bleak for now but don’t lose hope just yet. Wait for the official cutoff list by SSC.

This is a very crucial time a number of banking Exams are open and you are already partially prepared. Click here to check few of the Upcoming Exams and start your preparation.


SSC CGL Tier 1 Expected Cut-Off 2016

Depending on the level of the paper, the number of applicants appearing for SSC CGL Tier 1 Examination and the total vacancies, the expected cut off for SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination is as follows.

 Candidate SSC CGL Expected Cut Off Marks
 UR  108-115
 OBC  95- 105
 SC  82-87
 ST  77-82

Compare your responses with the Official Response Sheet , you will definitely come to know about your probable SSC CGL Tier 1 2016. Don’t wait anymore start preparing for SSC CGL Tier II with the best available study material.

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You may share your queries in the comment section below.


  1. sir I have a question. In my paper the que was asked as there are ‘x’ number of boys and ‘y’ number of girls in the classroom. Age of a girl is ‘a’ year and Age of a girl is ‘b’ year, then what will be the average age of both boys and girls? My selected answer is (bx+ay)/(x+y) but in answer key the right answer given is (x+y)/(bx+ay). So sir plz tell me fast what is the right answer? So I can send for retreat that answer and I can get 2.5 marks more.

    • Mayur you are telling only about the age of girl… please check your question again and see what is the age of boy. If age of boy is ‘b’ then your answer is correct and you can challenge this question…. because it a matter of 2.5 marks….

  2. Most of the people didn’t read the notification it said that the negative marking will be 0.25 Marks and many are comparing it by 0.50 negative Marks so please recalculate your Marks

    • You couldn’t have possibly be more wrong. The negative marking was, and always has been, 1/4th of the correct response. This time, that evaluated to 0.50 only. So, I’d rather suggest that you check and recalculate your results again.

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