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All the aspirants of SSC MTS Exam 2016-17 were looking forward to knowing Tier 1 Cut Off while crossing their fingers. SSC has been a surprising factor for many of the exams conducted by itself. And SSC MTS being no exception released its cut off for various categories on the parameter based on All Over India rather than that on Regional or State wise as in the past. Marks of Candidates will be released after Tier-II exam. But those who came through MTS Tier 1 successfully are in portentous need to know and prepare for Tier 2 Descriptive Exam going to be held on 28 January 2018.

Some Important points for SSC MTS Descriptive Paper:-

  • It is to be informed on here that four boxes in a single row will be provided in the answer sheet.
  • Every single word in each box will be counted either it’s “A”, “The” or else. So don’t be oblivion regarding the word limits however +/- 30% word limits can be crossed.
  • Try to be clear in your words and let the sheet be neat and tidy. 
  • Avoid repetition of similar words and escape from writing false information based on a particular scheme or scenario.
  • You just have to be precise in your writing. 
  • To have a better idea of writing and fluency, develop a habit of reading newspapers. Doing so you will sharpen your ability to make the right usage of words and grammatical structures.
Total Duration for Visually handicapped cerebral palsy candidates: 45 min
Many candidates may still be unaware of the pattern of Tier 2 Exam. To know everything about the descriptive exam whether important topics for essay and letter writing, samples of Essay, Letter on Real Exam like Answer sheet containing boxes, pattern and points to be noticed and mistakes to ignore while writing Essay or Letter, click on the link provided below, you are just one click away to make your chances stronger to get through this exam successfully.

Speaking of Descriptive Exam, it is must to inform that you will have the choice of language preference of writing whether in English or the language mentioned in 8th Schedule of our Constitution.

1st: Avail from 15 Feb 2018

2nd: Avail from 17 Feb 2018

3rd: Avail from 20 Feb 2018

4th: Avail from 22 Feb 2018


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