SSC CGL Cut off 2019 - Staff Selection Commission will announce the SSC CGL 2019 cut off along with declaration of result. Authority will release the cut off SSC CGL 2019 exam on the official website in pdf format only. The SSC CGL cut off 2019 will be declared separately for each category and post wise. To appear in the subsequent stage of the selection process, candidates are required to secure required cut off marks for each stage. Cut off marks for SSC CGL 2019 Tier I will be determined from maximum 200 marks . Similarly, SSC CGL 2019 cut off marks for Tier-II stage will be decided from the total 400 marks. Tier wise SSC CGL cut off 2019 for the last 3 years is also described in this article which will help the candidates to give an idea about the cut off trends. Read below for the complete details about the SSC CGL exam and tier wise previous year cut off.
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Candidates should take note that approx 15 lakh aspirants participated in Tier I of SSC CGL 2017 and out of the approximately 1.5 lakh candidates have secured SSC CGL cut off marks in Tier I exam and were qualified to appear for Tier II of SSC CGL 2019 exam.
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Candidates who will appear in SSC CGL can check the below-mentioned steps to know cut off of SSC CGL exam.
To decide the cut off of SSC CGL exam, the Commission considers the following factors-
Since the number of applicants in SSC CGL examinations are more hence this exam is conducted in multiple shifts online. To avoid discrepancy in online exam, SSC follows normalisation process to calculate the marks of the candidates and accordingly decide SSC CGL 2019 cut off. Normalisation process to establish cut off of SSC CGL 2019 is mentioned in below given table.
Candidates who want to secure SSC CGL job must score SSC CGL 2019 cut off in their respective category of the exam. Along with checking SSC CGL cut off 2019 Candidates can also check cut off for Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III stages for previously conducted exam.
Candidates who are looking for SSC CGL cut off 2019, should also check the SSC CGL cut off for previous year of tier -I stage. This will help them to gain an insight over others while calculating chances of their selection in exam.
List-1: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-IV (General Studies (Finance & Accounts)]
* In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 209-SC, 79-ST, 2565-OBC and 8 OH candidates qualifying at UR standard have been shown under their respective categories.
List-2: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III (Statistics)]
* In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 104-SC, 37-ST, 1429-OBC, 5-OH, 1-HH and 3-VH candidates qualifying at UR standard have been shown under their respective categories
List-3: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II (Paper-I and Paper-II)
* In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 6323-SC, 1819-ST, 32718-OBC, 330-Ex-Servicemen (ESM), 240-OH, 29-HH, 103-VH and 2-Other PwDcandidates qualifying at UR standard have been shown under their respective categories.
List-1: Candidates qualified in Tier-I and will appear in Tier-II (Paper-I, Paper-II, Paper-IV (General Studies (Finance & Accounts) and Tier-III exam
List-2: Candidates qualified in Tier-I and will appear in Tier-II (Paper-I, Pape- II, Paper -III(Statistics) and Tier III exam
List – 3: Candidates qualified in Tier-I and will appear in Tier-II (Paper-I & Paper-II ) and Tier III exam
Number of provisionally qualified candidates for Tier II and Tier III exam qualified in SSC CGL Tier I Exam 2017
Candidates can check below mentioned table for SSC CGL cut off 2016 for Tier-I stage of the examination
Candidates can check below mentioned table for SSC CGL Tier-I cut off
After checking SSC CGL cut off for Tier- I stage candidates can check tier-II stage cut off in below mentioned table.
List-1: Candidates who qualified to appear in CGL 2017 (Tier-III) for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer
List-2: Candidates who qualified to appear in CGL 2017 (Tier-III) for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)
List-3: Candidates who are eligible to appear in CGL 2017 (Tier-III) for posts other than Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Accounts Officer and Junior Statistical Officer
SSC CGL Cut Off for Tier-II (2016)
35,990 Candidates Qualified in SSC CGL Tier-III stage. Category wise cut off of SSC CGL Tier-III exam for different post is mentioned in below given table which will help the aspirants to prepare for the exam and predict the unofficial SSC CGL cut off 2019.
In the above mentioned table there is a detailed description regarding cut off of SSC CGL for various posts. It will help the candidates to predict the expected SSC CGL cut off 2019 after appearing in exam.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL) to recruit the candidates for Group B and C posts in various ministries/departments/organizations. SSC CGL Tier I and II exam will be conducted in computer-based mode whereas Tier III is a pen and paper-based test (offline). Tier IV which is the Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test is conducted online.
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The SSC CGL exam is one of the most sought after exams in India and one major reason for this is the salary provided by the Commission. The current SSC CGL salary varies from a minimum of Rs.18,000 to Rs.2,50,000 (including perks), based on different posts.
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This is enough time to be well prepared for the exam, Only you need to plan your exam schedule properly.
SSC CGL has mainly four section :
Here are some preparation tips you can follow:
The Maths section consists of four major areas: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry. Reasoning is the most scoring section of the exam. You must focus on Analogy and classification, non-verbal reasoning, syllogisms, coding-decoding, blood relations, direction test and series.
English Preparation for this section would include focusing on the following topics: one-word substitution, idioms and phrases, synonyms and antonyms, fill in the blanks (sentence completion), sentence errors, reading comprehension, sentence rearrangement and jumbled-up sentences. For cracking sentence error spotting questions, knowledge of grammatical rules you must know.
GK: GK has the most comprehensive syllabus. And you also brush up current affairs. You must focus on questions based on Indian constitution, socio-religious movements of pre-independent India, national income & market structure, important scientific phenomena & modern Indian history.
Make your time schedule for your study section wise.
Make your short notes as per your convenience.
Go through with previous year papers to take an idea.
Join Mock test to analyze your performance.
Work on weak areas after completing each mock test.
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