SSC CHSL tier 2 answer key 2023 objection window closes today

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SSC CHSL tier 2 answer key 2023 objection window closes today

SSC CHSL tier 2 answer key 2023 objection window closes today

SSC CHSL: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will close the CHSL tier-2 exam 2023 answer key objection window today. Candidates who want to raise grievances against the answer key of the Combined High School Level (CHSL) tier-2 exam 2023 on the official website, They will have to pay Rs 100 per question challenged.

The SSC has transferred the competitor’s reaction sheet, alongside the response key. They can work out the numbers utilizing the reaction sheet. Up-and-comers will be granted three imprints for each right response and one imprint will be deducted for each off-base reaction. Candidates can use their registration number and date of birth to download the response sheet and answer key.

The SSC said protests got after 4 pm today won’t be engaged. They should present their choice cum-inclination before the SSC CHSL level 2 outcome declaration. A specialist board will investigate the complaints raised against the SSC CHSL level 2 test, following which the last response key will be delivered. Within a predetermined amount of time, the window for obtaining candidate preferences will be opened by SSC.

SSC CHSL Answer Key 2023: How to raise objections

  1. Visit the official website,
  2. On the homepage, click on the ‘Uploading of tentative answer key’
  3. A pdf will be displayed on the screen, scroll down and click on the given link
  4. Login using roll number and password
  5. Raise you grievances against the SSC CHSL tier 2 answer key
  6. Download the application form for future reference.

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