The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is expected to release the provisional answer keys for the Phase 9 recruitment examination by the end of this week. The examination was conducted from February 02 to 10, 2022 in different shifts across various centers in the country. The results of the examination will be released in the month of June 2022. Candidates who appeared in the examination can check the answer key and results from the official website of SSC – ssc.nic.in.
SSC Phase 9 Answer Key
The provisional answer key of the Phase 9 examination is likely to be released this week on the official website of SSC. Although there has been no official announcement regarding a tentative date for release, the past years trends validate the release this week.
For the past 4 years, the provisional answer keys were released 14 to 45 days after the examination was over. It has already been 46 days since the Phase 9 examination has concluded. Hence, the official answer key can be expected soon on the official website.
Once released, candidates can use the answer key to calculate their tentative scores before the results are out. Candidates can also raise objections against the answer key by logging in to the candidate’s portal.
SSC Phase 9 Results
Take a look at the table below showing the previous year trends followed by SSC in releasing the results:
|Exam||Exam Date||Result Date||Difference|
|SSC Phase 8||November 06-10, 2020||April 12, 2021||125 days|
|SSC Phase 7||October 14-16, 2019||February 18, 2020||125 days|
|SSC Phase 6||January 17-18, 2019||May 17, 2019||119 days|
It can be observed that the commission releases the results 3 to 4 months, i.e., 100 to 115 days, after the conduct of the examination. Hence, the results of the Phase 9 examination can be expected around the second week of June 2022.
Taking into account the varying levels of difficulty of the examination due to being conducted on different dates and shifts, SSC has adopted the normalization procedure to ensure fair means of valuation. The merit list will be prepared by taking into account the normalized scores of the candidates. Candidates who qualify the written examination will be called for scrutiny and document verification at the respective regional offices. The examination was conducted to recruit candidates for 3261 vacancies available across various sectors. The examination was conducted for matriculate, intermediate and graduate levels, and the cut-off marks will be based on the difficulty level of each examination.