The answer key for SSC CHSL Tier 1 2023 has been published. Objections can be raised until August 22


The State Selection Commission (SSC) has published the preliminary answer key for the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam of 2023 on the official website. Candidates can cross-verify their answers and submit objections. The answer key is presently accessible for review on the official SSC website, The CHSL Tier 1 examination, designed for the Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level, was conducted nationwide from August 2 to 17. Aspirants can access their individual response sheets by using their unique login credentials. OBJECTIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL AUGUST 22 Starting from August 19 and continuing until August 22, candidates have the opportunity to raise objections against the preliminary answer keys. The process for submitting objections is entirely online, as directed by the commission. To raise an objection for a question or response, candidates must pay a fee of Rs. 100 per query. It’s crucial to note that objections received after 6:00 PM on August 22 will not be considered, in accordance with the official notification.

As stated in the official communication, “Representations in regard to the tentative Answer Keys, if any, can be submitted online from 19.08.2023 (06.00 PM) to 22.08.2023 (06.00 PM) upon payment of Rs. 100/- per challenged question/answer. Representations received after 6.00 PM on 22.08.2023 will not be entertained under any circumstances.


  • Visit the official SSC website,
  • On the homepage, locate and click on the “Download SSC CHSL Tier-1 Tentative Answer Key 2023″link.
  • A new tab will open, displaying a notification. Scroll down and select the provided link.
  • Choose the SSC CHSL Tier-1 exam link and click the submit button.
  • Enter your registration details, including roll number and password.
  • The response key and answer key for the SSC CHSL Tier-1 exam will be displayed.
  • Download the tentative SSC CHSL Tier-1 Answer Key 2023 for future reference.


The preliminary answer key for SSC CHSL Tier 1 serves as a valuable tool for candidates to estimate their potential scores. The examination carries a total weightage of 200 marks. Correct answers earn candidates two marks, while each incorrect response results in a deduction of 0.50 marks.

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