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When, where, and how to download SSC MTS Result 2021-22

The SSC MTS 2021 tier 1 result is expected to be released today, February 28, 2022, on the official website ssc.nic.in. You should be able to check your results.

DELHI, NEW DELHI: The Staff Selection Commission will announce the SSC MTS 2021 result on the official website – ssc.nic.in – later today. The SSC MTS result 2021 will be available as a PDF file for candidates to download. In addition, the exam authorities are expected to release the SSC MTS 2021 cut-off with the results or shortly afterward. The SSC MTS qualifying cutoff is the minimum percentage of marks required to qualify for the paper 2 examinations. The final SSC MTS cutoff 2021 is determined using the SSC MTS cutoff 2021 for tier-1.

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Date of SSC MTS result 2021-22

Events Dates

Exam dates for SSC MTS 2020-21 (Tier 1) are October 5 to November 2, 2021.

Date of SSC MTS tier 1 result 2021: February 28, 2022 (Tentative)

SSC MTS Result
SSC MTS Result

How to get the SSC MTS 2021 result To obtain the SSC MTS 2021-22 result, follow the steps outlined below.

Go to ssc.nic.in, the SSC’s official website.

Click the result link under “latest news” in the “latest news” section (link will be updated).

The SSC MTS result tier 1 2021-22 will appear as a pdf file on the screen.

It’s best to save it as a pdf file and then open it once it’s been saved.

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Then press “ctrl + f” and type your name and roll number into the search box.

How will the SSC MTS cutoff be determined in 2021? To calculate the SSC MTS 2021 cutoff for various categories, various factors are taken into account. The following are the factors taken into account when determining the SSC MTS 2021-22 cutoff.

The total number of candidates who took the SSC MTS exam in 2020-21 is unknown.

The question paper’s level of difficulty

Total number of openings, etc.

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