Today I am going to tell you about SSC CGL Expected Cut Off of Tier I 2019. Based on the previous year cut off we can arrive at the expected cut off SSC CGL.
Before understanding about the cut off you must be clear about the exam pattern of SSC CGL. As you know there will be four sections in SSC CGL Tier I of 25 questions each. Each section will be of 50 marks. Hence there will be a total of 100 questions of 200 marks. Time allotted will be 60 minutes.
Since time is very less hence you need speed as well as accuracy to score high marks. Further, negative marking is very high in this exam which is 0.50 marks. Normally negative marking remains 0.25 marks however in this exam it is too high hence there is very less scope for guess work. Therefore accuracy is very important in this exam. 0.50 marks negative marking means that if you do 2 wrong questions your 1 mark will be deducted. If you do not attempt any question than there will not be any deduction of marks.
Competition is very high in this exam and even a fraction of marks can take you hundreds of places up or down in the merit list. So your focus should be to score high marks with speed as well as accuracy.
SSC CGL Expected Cut Off
The likely Expected Cut Off of SSC CGL Tier I may remain as under:
General Category: 140 to 150 marks (out of 200 Marks)
OBC Category: 130 to 140 marks (out of 200 Marks)
SC Category: 120 to 130 marks (out of 200 Marks)
ST Category: 110 to 120 marks (out of 200 Marks)
Please note that this is only expected cut off based on the cut off of the previous years. Cut off may remain low or high depending upon the difficulty level of the exam, number of vacancies and the number of students appearing in the Exam.