Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recently conducted the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL) 2020 Tier-I exam through the computer-based format. After successfully conducting the exam, authorities released the provisional answer key on the official website – ssc.nic.in. In case of any issues with the answer key, candidates have time up to 6 pm, September 07, 2021, to raise objections against it. Apart from this, CGL candidates have been using the Rank iQ platform to predict their tentative rank in the recruitment exam. While the rank predictor may not provide the most accurate rank, candidates can still get a tentative idea of where they stand based on their performance.
The Rank iQ portal provides a feature for SSC CGL 2020 candidates to calculate their scores as well as a tentative rank. To get their scores, candidates have to visit Rank iQ’s official portal i.e., rankiq.in. On the homepage of the website, click on the “Score Calculator” option. A new page will open up, in which, candidates have to paste their response sheet URL and the applicable negative marking. Once done, candidates can click on ‘Submit’ to get their scores.
After calculating the SSC CGL 2020 scores, candidates can use this score to predict their rank. To do so, they must click on the ‘Exams’ section, followed by the ‘SSC CGL 2019’ option. By doing so, a new page will open, in which, candidates have to enter their Tier I Normalised score, Tier 2 Paper 1 Normalised Score, Tier 2 Paper 2 Normalised Score, Tier 2 Paper 3 marks, Tier 2 Paper 4 marks, Tier 3 marks and category. After entering all these details, candidate can click on the ‘Submit’ option to get their predicted rank.
This rank may vary compared to the actual rank, but it will prove helpful in having a basic understanding of a candidate’s performance. A tentative rank will also help a candidate determine his/her chances of getting recruited into the commission.
Apart from rank and score prediction, SSC CGL 2020 candidates have been given time up to 6 pm today to raise their objections against the provisional answer key. They are required to pay Rs. 100 for each objection that they raise. Furthermore, they are required to provide proper reasoning and representation to support their objection.
All objections against the SSC CGL 2020 answer key need to be submitted within the stipulated deadline. After 6 pm today, no objection requests will be entertained by the commission under any circumstances. Apart from this, candidates can print a copy of their response sheets for future use and reference.