SSC CHSL Tier-2 2022 Answer Key, Response Sheets Released, How to Challenge
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has recently published the provisional answer key and response sheets for the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) tier-2 examination. Aspirants can now access the answer key and response sheets for the SSC CHSL tier-2 2022 exam on the official SSC website, ssc.nic.in. If candidates are unsatisfied with any of the answers, they have the option to raise objections against the answer key. Each question challenged requires a fee of Rs 100. The deadline to raise objections against the answer key is July 6, 6 pm. No challenges will be entertained beyond this date.
To download the SSC CHSL tier-2 answer key, follow these steps:
Visit the official website of the Staff Selection Commission, ssc.nic.in.
On the homepage, locate and click on the link that says 'SSC CHSL Tier II 2022 Answer Key.'
A new PDF file will be displayed, containing the answer key link.
Click on the link, enter the necessary details, and proceed.
The SSC CHSL tier-2 answer key will be displayed on the screen.
Verify the answers and download the key if needed.
Candidates are advised by the Staff Selection Commission to print their response sheets within the given timeframe, as access to the sheets will be restricted after the deadline.
To raise objections against the answer key, follow these steps:
- Log in to the official SSC website using your ID and password.
- Locate and click on the Answer Key section.
- Select the option that says 'Challenge SSC CHSL 2023 Answer Key.'
- Pay the required fee of Rs. 100 for each challenged question.
- Identify the incorrect question and provide the correct answer.
- Attach any supporting documents if necessary and submit your challenge.
According to the official notification, candidates must submit their option-cum-preference before the final result of the SSC CHSL tier-2 exam is declared. The commission will soon release a notification on the official website regarding this matter. It is mandatory for all candidates to submit their preferences within the specified timeframe. Failure to do so will render them ineligible for inclusion in the final merit list or consideration for final selection.