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SSC CGL Tier I Expected Cut Off 2017 - Cut Off May Remain Low

Today I am going to tell you about the SSC CGL Tier I Expected cut off 2017. I will also tell you about the cutoff of the previous year i.e. SSC CGL 2016. We try to arrive at the expected cut off of SSC CGL 2017.

As you are aware that SSC is conducting SSC CGL Tier I examination from 05.08.2017 to 24.08.2017. The tier I exam is now almost over. More than 30 lacs applicants have applied for the SSC CGL Examination 2017.
The level of competition is very high in SSC CGL examination. Therefore it is very important for a candidate to perform well. Good performance will ensure your selection for the next round.
I am sure all of you must have performed to the best of your abilities. It’s now time to discuss what would be the likely cut off this year.
However before discussing the cut off two things I would like to tell, first is the cutoff of the last year and the changes in the exam this year. The cut off for the last year was 137 for general candidates for OBC it was 125 and for other reserved category it was even lower.
The change which has taken place in this exam is that the last year the duration of the examination was 75 minutes. However this year it was reduced to 60 minutes only. The impact of 15 minutes would be high. Further, the level of questions as far as General Awareness section was quite high this year. Therefore it is obvious that cut off should remain lower this year.
I have talked to many good students this year. Even they are finding it tough to score high marks this year only because of the time constraint. 60 minutes is too less a time for an exam which consists of 4 sections.

Therefore in my view the SSC CGL Tier I Expected cut off 2017 this year has to remain low. Any score above 125 should be a safe score to qualify for the next round. The cut off may go even lower and should remain in the range of 118 to 125. However this is my personal opinion which is based on discussions with the aspirants, analysis of this year exam, analysis of cut off of the last year and considering the reduction in the time duration of the exam this year. I wish good luck to all the aspirants for a wonderful result. 
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