How can I check my UPSC preliminary score?
Follow the steps given below to check your UPSC Prelims Result 2022 from the official website of the UPSC. Go to the official website of the UPSC (https://upsc.gov.in/). Click on the icon that says ‘Written results’. Then, click on the link which says Civil Services Prelims Results 2022.
How can I check my prelims marks 2022?
Visit the official website upsc.gov.in. On the homepage, click on “Result – CIVIL SERVICES (PRELIMINARY) EXAMINATION, 2022” The result will appear on the screen. Check and download the result. Take a printout for future reference.
What is the total marks in prelims?
The total marks in UPSC prelims are 400, wherein, two papers are conducted, each for 200 marks.
What is the lowest score in UPSC Prelims?
Prelims – 87.54 out of 200 (43.77%) Mains – 745 out of 1750 (42.57%) Interview – 953 out of 2025 (47.06%)
Can we see UPSC prelims marks?
IAS Questions & Answers Every year, UPSC marksheets are released on the official website (upsconline.nic.in) after the entire exam process for a particular year is over.
When can I know my prelims marks?
The UPSC Prelims results are declared about 30-40 days after the Prelims examination. Check the cut-off marks (year-wise) for the general category below.
What is a good score in prelims?
UPSC CSE prelims is one of the most difficult exams but hard work and a well-planned approach can help you get a score of 120 or above on your GS-I exam.
Who scored highest marks in prelims?
AIR- 1 Kanishak Kataria (Total – 1121/2025, 55.36%) AIR- 2 Akshat Jain (Total – 1080/2025, 53.33%)
How can I recover my upsc roll number?
In case, you have forgotten your registration ID and roll number, then you can retrieve it by clicking on ‘forget Registration ID’. To recover the registration ID of the UPSC exam, you will have to provide your registration name, date of birth, father name, and mother name on the official portal.
How to calculate prelims score?
Correct answers 75 x 2 = 150 marks. Each incorrect answer carries a negative marking of o. 33%, which means for every wrong answer 0.66 marks will be deducted. Therefore, in the above example if 25 questions were answered incorrectly then the negative marking for 25 incorrect answers would be 25 x 0.66 = 16.5.