SSC CHSL Exam 2019 Paper 1 Marks released at, Here is how to check score-card

Staff Selection Commission has released the CHSL Examination 2019 Paper 1 marks of the candidates who appeared for the examination. Using the Registration credentials the candidates check their score-card at

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jan 20, 2021 13:51 IST
SSC CHSL Exam 2019 Paper 1 Marks released at, Here is how to check score-card
Staff Selection Commission- CHSL Score Card for Paper 1- Photo/ Screengrab

The Staff Selection Commission or SSC has declared the score-card or marks of the candidates who appeared for the Combined Higher Secondary Level or CHSL examination 2019. After the release of the score, a candidate can check his/her score obtained in the CHSL paper 1 at the official website for the exam that was held in Feb-March and October 2020. Candidates can check their score using the Roll Number, Registration ID, and other details.

SSC has already announced the results and cut-off marks for CHSL 2019 Paper 1 while shortlisting the candidates for Paper 2. The candidates obtained equal or higher than the Cut-off marks in paper 1 are further declared eligible to appear for paper 2.

The Candidates can check/download their scorecard from the website In addition to the announcement as a reference of the candidates, instruction to check their score/ marks is facilitated here.

How to check CHSL 2019 Paper 1 Scorecard, after the link enables:

Visit the website of the Staff Selection Commission or

Go to the "Results" section

Click on the "CHSL" segment

Now click on "Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2019, Marks of candidates appeared for Tier-I Computer Based Examination".

Enter Registration/ Roll Number in required columns & submit.

The scorecard will appear in a new window.

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SSC CHSL Examination 2019 Tier-I Computer Based Examination was conducted in multiple shifts. Marks scored by the candidates have been normalized as per the formula published by the Commission on its website on 07.02.2019. "Such normalized marks have been used to qualify the candidates for the next stage of the Examination (i.e. Tier-II)", says Commission in its notice.

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