The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will be announcing the results for the SSC CGL recruitment examinations soon. Prior to checking the results, candidates can calculate their scores and also predict the ranks. The best way to calculate scores and predict scores is by using the RankIQ tool that can help one to predict the expected rank in the recruitment examination. This tool can also be used by the SSC CGL result-awaiting candidates. As per a status report published by SSC, the CGL 2019 final result will be released on February 15, 2022.
How to Use RankIQ?
This is a very easy-to-use tool and candidates can use the same to predict a tentative score. It is not very difficult and for that, here are the steps that the candidates can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official website of RankIQ at rankiq.in
Step 2- On the top of the screen, click on the drop-down arrow beside ‘Exams’ and select ‘SSC CGL’.
Step 3- A screen will appear in which the candidate has to enter the URL of their respective response sheets.
Step 4- After that, they have to select their category and specify the horizontal reservation criterion.
Step 5- Now, the candidate has to set a password and then click on the ‘Submit’ button.
Step 6- The scores will be displayed after which the candidates can check their ranks by clicking on the provided link.
Direct Link to Check SSC CGL Scores and Ranks Using RankIQ – Click Here
Candidates must note that the calculated marks may vary from the actual marks in the examination. The RankIQ tool can only help the candidates get an idea about their performance in the examination. Moreover, the tentative ranks only help the candidate analyze their chances of getting recruited.
SSC CGL Result
Although SSC has announced a tentative date for declaring the results, the final result will depend on the decision of the Honorable High court of Delhi. The SSC CGL is conducted for recruiting various Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ posts in different ministries, departments, and organizations. The recruitment examination was held over various tiers namely tier 1, 2 3 and 4. It concluded with tier 4, i.e. the Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) and Data Entry Skill Test (DEST). As and when the results are announced, the shortlisted and qualified candidates will have to appear for the document verification (DV) round. For that, candidates have to carry photocopies and original copies of the required documents.