SSC CGL Expected Cut off 2019 – Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will publish the cut off of SSC Combined Graduate Level examination in four tiers – 1, 2, 3 and 4. SSC CGL expected cut off 2019 for all tiers will be released in the online mode. The cut off is the minimum marks that candidates must secure in each tier of the examination to be eligible to appear for the next phase of the exam. On the basis of Tier 1 cut off, candidates will be shortlisted for Tier 2. Candidates obtaining the minimum cut off or more in Tier 2 will be selected to appear in SSC CGL Tier 3. For certain posts, the Commission will also conduct Tier 4.
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Tier 4 of the exam is qualifying in nature. After all stages of the exam have been conducted, the Commission will prepare the final cut off. On the basis of final cut off, SSC will declare final SSC CGL result 2019 in the form of a merit list. Candidates will be recruited for the post applied during registration on the basis of their merit position. Candidates can check SSC CGL Expected Cut off 2019 in the article below.
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The steps to check the cut off of SSC CGL are as follows.
Steps to check SSC CGL 2019 Cutoff:
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On the basis of previous years’ cut off trends, we have prepared the expected cut off of SSC CGL 2019. Candidates can check SSC CGL expected cut off for the sections below.
The cut off for Tier 1 is likely to be released in August 2019. The exam consists of questions from General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Comprehension. Tier 1 is conducted for total 200 marks. Candidates securing the minimum prescribed cut off or more in the exam will be eligible to appear in Tier 2 of SSC CGL 2019. SSC CGL Tier 1 Expected Cut off 2019 have been provided in the table below:
SSC CGL Expected Cut off 2019 – Tier 1
Expected cut off
Candidates qualifying Tier 1 will be selected to appear in Tier 2 of the exam. Tier 2 consist of three papers – 1, 2, 3 and 4. However, Paper 3 is applicable for candidates who have opted for Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) post while candidates who have applied for Assistant Audit Officer/Assistant Accounts Officer have to appear in Paper 4 of the examination. Candidates will be shortlisted for Tier 3 on the basis of aggregate marks in Tier 1 and 2. The category-wise expected cut off of SSC CGL Tier 2 is as follows.
SSC CGL Tier 2 Expected Cut off 2019:
Candidates securing the aggregate minimum cut off or more in Tier 1 and 2 will have to appear for Tier 3. The exam is a descriptive test and is conducted in the offline mode. SSC CGL Tier 3 expected Cut off 2019 will be intimated on a later date.
SSC CGL Expected Cut Off for Tier 3
To be intimated later
The exam stage comprises two tests – Data Entry Speed Test (DEST) and Computer Proficiency Test (CPT). Candidates who have selected the posts of Assistant Section Officer of CSS, Assistant Section Officer (MEA), Assistant in Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and Assistant (GSI) in the Ministry of Mines and have qualified all previous tiers of the exam will have to appear for CPT while for the post Tax Assistants (Central Excise & Income Tax), candidates have to appear in DEST. CPT will be conducted in three modules - Word Processing, Spread Sheet and Generation of Slides. The test of Tier 4 is qualifying in nature and the cut off will be prepared as per percentage of errors in CPT and DEST. The expected SSC CGL cut off of Tier 4 is given in the table below.
SSC CGL Tier 4 Expected Cut off 2019
CPT (Module II + III)
Expected cut-off in DEST for Tax Assistants (Central Excise & Income Tax)
Staff Selection Commission did not conduct SSC CGL examination in 2018. However, the Commission has released the dates for SSC CGL 2018 exam on January 25, 2019 along with the calendar. The dates of the exam have been provided below.
SSC CGL Tier 1 exam date
June 4–19, 2019
Cut off of Tier 1
Tier 2 exam to be conducted on
September 11-13, 2019
SSC CGL Tier 2 cut off
Exam date of Tier 3
December 29, 2019
Tier 3 cut off to be released on
SSC CGL Tier 4 exam
To be announced
Declaration of final cut off
The previous years’ cutoff of SSC CGL has been provided in the tables below.
Cut off marks
SSC CGL Result
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Since you have interest in chemisty thus you can do Bsc in Chemistry and side by side coaching of SSC CGL exam, I would recommend you go give SSL CHSL and other exams with your graduation so taht you would have an idae of type of questions answered. After your graduation you can give CGL exam.
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As per the SSC CGL eligibility criteria the open learning course or correspondence should be done from college or university affliated to UGC. Since Delhi University's School of open learning is affiliated to it so you are eligible for ssc cgl.
Yes, you can apply for SSC CGL exam. The eligible age group for the exam is 18 years to 32 years.
Academic Qualifications are
Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University.
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There is not any individual statistics available for SSC CGL 2020 for AAO post.But there are 6000 vacancies approximately this year and in 2018 a total of 4,24,665 candidates applied for SSC CGL out of which 1,40,386 appeared in the exam on 04/06/2018.And on 06/06/2018 out of 4,00,828 candidates 1,33,796 candidates appeared in the exam.
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