SSC Selection Post Cut Off 2022 | Get The Major Details Here
The SSC Selection Post Cut Off will be announced when the examination has finished. The cut off will be made available on the SSC’s official website. Applicants must pass a written computer-based test before having their documents verified. Those who pass the written exam will be invited to the next round of selection. Cut-off marks are the minimum qualifying marks for certain categories.
SSC Selection Post Expected Cut Off 2022
Since the official notification regarding the cutoff of the SSC Selection post isn’t announced, candidates can check the table given below to know about the expected qualifying marks.
|Category||Matric Level (200 marks)||Intermediate Level (200 marks)||Graduation Level (150 marks)|
|General||120 to 125||110 to 115||100 to 105|
|OBC||110 to 115||100 to 105||90 to 95|
|SC||100 to 105||90 to 95||80 to 85|
|ST||90 to 95||80 to 85||70 to 75|
Previous Year’s Cut Off
Candidates can check out the previous year’s cut off for the Staff Selection Commission Selection Post in the table given below.
|Level||Previous Year’s Cut Off|
|Matric Level||Download Now|
|Intermediate Level||Download Now|
|Graduate Level||Download Now|
Factors Affecting SSC Selection Post Cut Off
Here are some of the factors that influence the cutoff for the Selection Post each year.
- The number of candidates who took the exam—the higher the number of applicants who took the exam, the higher the cut-off marks will be.
- The total number of vacancies—the lower the vacancy, the lower the cut-off, and the higher the cut-off.
- Exam difficulty—the harder the paper, the lower the cut-off, and the easier the paper, the higher the cut-off.
- Candidate category- The cut-off is determined by the candidate’s category.
Frequently Asked Questions
The official dates for the examination haven’t been announced yet.
On the official website of SSC, candidates can check the cutoff marks.
Vacancy, Examination Difficulty Level and Category of the candidates can influence the cut off of the SSC Selection Post.
A total of 100 questions will be asked in the examination.
The full mark of the SSC Selection Post Examination is 200.