SSC CHSL Tier I Answer Key 2018-19
SSC CHSL Exam 2018-19 was successfully conducted from 1st July in multiple shifts for recruitment to various posts such as DEO, Postal Assistant, LDC and Sorting Assistant. The Combined Higher Secondary Level Tier 1 examination conducted for more than 5000 Vacancies is over now and we hope that candidates performed as per their expectations.
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer Key has been released by the SSC. Click on the official link given below to check your SSC CHSL answer key. The SSC CHSL Tier-II exam is scheduled to be held on 29th September 2019. The SSC CHSL Tier 1 result will be declared by 11th September. Representations in respect of the tentative Answer Keys, if any, may be submitted online from 23.07.2019 (05:00 PM) to 27.07.2019 (05:00 PM) Candidates can click on the link given below to download the SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer Key.
How to View SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer Key?
- Click on the given link redirecting to the official link to check your answer key.
- Enter your credentials such as registration number, dob, and captcha.
- Click on “Submit” and you can view your answer key.
- Raise your objections, if any.
How to raise objection in SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer Key?
- Log in to the portal with your user id and password.
- Your answer key is displayed on the screen.
- Click on “Challenges” given on the top right corner of the answer key.
- Pay the required fee i.e. Rs 100 to challenge the questions.
- Mention the question id you want to challenge along with the right answer.
- Give an explanation of your challenge in the given box.
- Click on “Submit”
How to calculate the total marks in SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer key?
- The answer key displayed on the screen shows the correct answer and the option chosen by the candidate.
- Calculate the number of correct answers and incorrect answers.
- Multiply the correct answers by 2 and calculate the score
- Multiply the incorrect answers by 0.5 and calculate negative marks.
- Subtract the negative marks from the total positive score. The formula to calculate the total score is as follows:
(No of Correct Questions x 2) – (No of incorrect questions x 0.5) = Total Marks