SSC CGL 2017: Hope persists for lakhs of students who were disappointed with the first cut off list Combined Graduate Level (SSC CGL) 2017 Tier I exam, as the revised list has been released at ssc.nic.in. According to the official notification, the commission has said, \u201cIt was discovered that due to a technical glitch, a few tentative Answer Keys had not been revised. The Commission, therefore, undertook a comprehensive review. Based on the comprehensive review undertaken by the Commission, there has been a lowering in the cut off marks which has resulted in the revision of the result." The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) had released the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Examination, 2017 answer key at sss.nic.in on September last year. The commission had earlier scheduled the date of release of its answer key on September 18. The notification released by the SSC read, \u201cThe Commission had conducted Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier I), 2017 from 05.08.2017 to 24.08.2017 in the Computer Based Mode. The tentative Answer Keys for the said Examination have been uploaded on the website of the Commission i.e. ssc.nic.in.\u201d Students who have appeared for the test can check their result on the official website as the link has been activated by the commission. The commission had conducted Combined Graduate Level Tier-I Examination, 2017 between August 5 and August 23 across the country. SSC CGL 2017 Tier 1 result: Here is how to check the answer keys:- 1. Go to the official website sss.nic.in 2. Then click on the \u2018results\u2019 section. 3. Two options will appear- write up and results 4. You will have to click on results. 5. In the pdf file, check your name and roll number. 6. Alternatively, to view cut-off marks category-wise, click on \u2018write-up\u2019 7. Save and take a print out for future reference. The SSC CGL 2017 Tier-1 exam is an online computer based examination. A total of 100 questions bearing 2 marks each is asked in the exam. Candidates require to complete the examination within 1 hour. The paper is divided into four parts: A, B, C and D with 25 questions each. The first part has questions on general intelligence and reasoning, the second part on general awareness, third part on quantitative aptitude and the fourth part on English comprehension. There is also a negative marking of 0.50 for each wrong answer.