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  • 26th March 2012 07:30 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: Do I have any problem if I write only statistics subject in Combined Graduate Level Exam if Registered for all i.e., Statistics,Arithmetic and english? Will It effect my result if I get qualified?

    if i have rupees 3000 and want rupees 20 note how much note will i get?
  • 16th November 2011 01:06 PM
    ram.

    Re: Do I have any problem if I write only statistics subject in Combined Graduate Level Exam if Registered for all i.e., Statistics,Arithmetic and english? Will It effect my result if I get qualified?

    Dear candidate,
    If you write the three papers in Ssc combined graduate level exam and you have registred for compiler post then you will be selected for compiler post and as well as other general posts.
    There will be seprete merit list for both :
    1. Only compiler post.
    2. Both compiler and other general posts.
  • 25th August 2011 10:51 PM
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    Do I have any problem if I write only statistics subject in Combined Graduate Level Exam if Registered for all i.e., Statistics,Arithmetic and english? Will It effect my result if I get qualified?

    i am a btech graduate, i've applied for the combined graduate level exam, for all posts including statistical investigator and compilor. now i've qualified for the tier 2 exam.. and it has got 3 tests statistics, arithmetic and english.. will there be any problem if i write only the other two excluding statistics since statistics is only compulsory for statistical post.. will it affect my reult if i gets qualified?? do reply

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