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How many questions need to be answered to qualify for SSC CGLE Tier-2?

I ask because I am pretty confident of my chances in Tier-2 as my English is pretty good & maths is average but doable. However the tier-1 exam makes me nervous as my general awareness prepration is pretty weak. Also I am very nervous about the small time that has been given. I have only started to prepare for CSE this year. Can people who have qualified before in tier-1 tell me how many questions need to be answered correctly in each category to qualify for tier-2?

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  • Defcon1 said:

    I will say about 52-56 will be ok. Anything above 56 and you'll surely qualify. BUT REMEMBER, TIER 1 MARK'S WILL BE COUNTED FOR RANK DETERMINATION

    but it says in the notice that cutoff will be different for all papers i.e simply answering 52-56 questions is not enough. a person needs to pass the cutoff in all four sections each comprising of 25 questions. if it was simply about answering 56 questions I would not have worried. Any idea what will be cutoff for different sections?
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