SSC CGL 2023 Tier 1 answer key objection ends today
SSC CGL 2023: The Staff Selection Commission will end the SSC CGL 2023 examination level 1 answer key complaint process today, August 4. Up-and-comers who showed up in the SSC CGL 2023 level 1 test can mention their criticism through the authority site, ssc.nic.in.
You can only raise objections until 5 p.m. To raise objections, candidates are required to pay Rs 100. The answer key can be challenged by those who discover any inconsistencies or errors in the provided answers.
To bring up criticisms against the SSC CGL answer key, applicants first need to visit the authority site of SSC and sign in utilizing their certifications. The question paper and answer key are then accessible to candidates. On the off chance that there are any erroneous responses or questions, a protest can be raised.
Alongside the protests, up-and-comers are expected to give substantial supporting records or proof to help their cases. If any of the raised objections are found to be valid, SSC will thoroughly investigate them and make any necessary adjustments to the final answer key.
Candidates for the SSC CGL have the option of estimating their scores with the assistance of the marking scheme and response sheet. For each right response, they can relegate 2 focuses, and for each inaccurate reaction, they should deduct 0.50 focuses.