SSC CHSL Answer Key 2021 is for the Tier 1 exam held from May 24 to June 10, 2022 across various exam centres. Candidates may please note that since this is the provisional answer key, they have the option of raising objections, if any. The last date to raise objections is June 27, 2022 till 8 pm.
Candidates may also note that along with the CHSL Tier 1 answer key, SSC has also uploaded their response sheets. They can now cross-check their answers with the key issued by the Commission. Check the step-by-step process and direct link to download the provisional key.
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer Key 2021-22: How to download
- Candidates must visit the official website of Staff Selection Commission – ssc.nic.in.
- On the homepage, click on the link that reads, ‘Uploading of Tentative Answer Keys along with Candidates’ Response Sheet of CHSLE-2021 (Tier-I)’ (Direct link given below)
- A new page would open with the PDF file.
- Click on the Link to access response sheets and tentative answer keys.
- Enter your login details, as asked.
- You may now view the SSC CHSL Answer Key and raise objections, if any.
Candidates are reminded that SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer Key is only provisional in nature. The final key and SSC CHSL Results 2021-22 would be prepared after incorporating the objections raised on this key. Please keep a check here and on the official website for more updates.
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