SSC CGL 2016 Tier II Marks has been declared for paper 1, 2, 3 and 4. The tier III marks are awaited which was recently conducted. For candidates who have failed to qualify for the recruitment process this provides for an opportunity of retrospection. Mark list has been declared for all the papers. By seeing the marks, candidates can actually assess their performance and can focus on weak areas.
These marks will certainly give them a clear idea about where they stand in this cut throat competition. Alternatively, it will also help them in formulating a refined strategy for preparing for Staff Selection Examinations next year. As the selection procedure for recruitment in SSC CGL is long and cumbersome it is advisable for even the qualified candidates to continue their hard work for the exams next year or till the time they have been allotted a service by the commission. It only needs a never give up attitude on the part of an applicant to succeed in these examinations.
Eligible candidates can view their marks again and see the past year cutoffs as per categories to get a rough estimate about the marks required to qualify the entire exam they can also download the past year papers and sample exams from the official website for continuing their preparations.
How to Check the SSC CGL Exam Result ?
Interested candidates can check the result of their performance through the website http://ssc.nic.in/ and the results are also available at http://ssc.nic.in/SSC_WEBSITE_LATEST/results/cgl/result_cgl.html
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