Expected cut-off of CGL Re-exam 2013

Staff selection commission conducted  Re examination for SSC CGL Tier 1 2013 for  7 districts , more than 1 lakh candidates participated in the Re- Examination. Recently we published the answer key of SSC CGL Tier-1 2013 Re Exam. Those candidates who have checked their answers can share their Exam experience with us.

On the basis of Candidate’s response we have concluded the expected cutoff  for SSC CGL tier 1 Re exam 2013 for various post  will be as per :

UR  Un-Reserved (General) OBC SC ST
Expected Cutoff marks for SSC CGL tier 1 , Re Exam 27 April 2014For Posts of statistical investigator / complier
88-94 78~81 73~76 66~69
Expected cutoff marks fro posts of Tax Assistant
93-98 80-83 77-80 69-72
Expected cutoff marks for all other posts of SSC Graduate Level
97-99 82-88 74~78 68-71
Questions of SSC Combined Graduate Level 2013 Re Exam Tier 1 were easy but due to lengthy question paper mostly candidates were not able to complete the question paper within given time duration. English questions were very easy, so an average competitor attempted 35 to 40 questions so you can very easily score 30 to 32 marks in this section.
Quantitative aptitude questions were also  easy but questions were lengthy. So you can expect not more then 34 to 35 marks.
Questions of general awareness were difficult so don’t expect much more from this section. If you attempt 12-15 questions so you can easily score 10 to 12 marks.
As per as concern of general intelligence and reasoning section , questions of reasoning were easy and if you attempted  38 to 40 questions then you can expect 32-35 marks.
Negative marking was applicable in this examination you can expect the cutoff marks for general candidates will be  marks out of  97-99 out of 200 marks.

Don’t shock too much if cut off touches 100 marks for the first time in SSC CGL history.

Please share views about what will expected cutoff marks for SSC CGL Exam 2014, it would be helpful for us for analyzing the more accurate cutoff marks.

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