SSC CHSL 2014 Cutoff
Updated on Oct 21, 2014 - 4:03 p.m. IST by None

SSC CHSL 2014 Cutoff- SSC will announce the Cutoff of SSC CHSL 2014 soon for the SSC CHSL 2014 exam to be conducted on November 2 and 9. Candidates, who secure minimum qualifying marks and qualify in the Written Objective Type Exam, will be called for the final round – Skill Test or Typing Test.

The SSC CHSL 2014 Cutoff will be based on the performance of the candidates in the written exam to be conducted on November 2 and 9. Candidates who are going to be appeared in SSC CHSL 2014 will be able to check SSC CHSL 2014 Cutoff.

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After the Cutoff of SSC CHSL 2014 is declared, candidates who qualify the written exam will be called for the next round of the exam. SSC conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam, which is one of the major competitive exams to fill up vacancies in government offices.


SSC CHSL Cutoff in last three years:


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SSC CHSL 2012: Click here

SSC CHSL 2011: Click here


The SSC CHSL 2014 Exam Cutoff will be based on the performance of the candidates in the exam to be conducted in November. The objective-type paper will consist of a total of 200 questions, carrying 1 mark each.


Candidates, who qualify in the Written Objective Type Exam by securing minimum qualifying marks, will be called for Skill Test or Typing Test. The commission will recommend the qualifying candidates of second round for appointment on the basis of the SSC CHSL 2014 Written Exam Cutoff.


Last year, over 8,400 vacancies were filled up through similar process. A total of 22,24,981 candidates had appeared for the written exam in 2013.


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Does the cut off of ssc chsl will increase after Typing test and DV ?

Sharon Rose Student Expert 9th Feb, 2020


The cut off depends on various factors such as number of vacancies available, difficulty of exam, number of candidates appeared in the exam and other factors.It is not possible to say whether the cut off may increase or decrease.But over the years if you see the cut off trends it has been increasing.

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SSC chsl exam preparation how to prepare effectively

Vamsi Adda 11th Jan, 2020

dear aspirant,

This staff selection commission exam was notified on december 3rd.for preparing effectively u should know the syllabus that should be prepared and the model of question paper. If you know this then half the war u won.the eligibility criteria is 12th pass and the best preparation strategy and some tricks can be known by checking the below link:


hello sir. this is sairam Narsingh. I applied for ssc chsl 2020 . by mistake I did not mention post number in application form.. I m so worry about it.. is there any edit option? sir

Sanjay Khandelwal 11th Jan, 2020
I could not understand what you are trying to say. There is no post number in ssc chsl application form. If you are talking about address post then i dont think it will make a big mess. But for post preference there is no option given for Selection. You are just asked about DEO if you had science in 10+2 and nothing else.

best books for SSC chsl 2020 . tips for its preparation and how to attempt it.

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 24th Dec, 2019


I have mentioned some books name below which you may find helpful,

Objective English by S.P Bakshi

Word Power made easy by Norman Lewis

quantitive aptitude by rs agarwal,

Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey

Modern Approach to Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal

General Knowledge by Lucent

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for chsl you need to really have good grip on english and gk, as time is less but questions is more. if you get 80% questions correctly attempt from english and gk then it is a plus point. I suggest you to regularly practice numerical aptitude to make yourself faster in solving questions.

all the best for exams.


i did a mistake while entering category in ssc chsl application. i applied under EWS . Actually i am from general category. how can i modify it. if cant what to do?

Sanjanaleekha 21st Dec, 2019

Hi there,

No, you cannot make any changes to your application once you have submitted the same, as the notification given on the website which can be accessed on the link given below, clearly states that in case of any mistake in filling of the application form, no request will be entertained for correction,

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