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How can I correct my UPSC mistake?
There is no editing facility in the application. In case of any mistake in filling application, candidate is responsible. However, fresh application may be made for correction of earlier mistake.
What is the penalty for wrong answer in UPSC?
Each incorrect answer carries a negative marking of o. 33%, which means for every wrong answer 0.66 marks will be deducted.
Can we use whitener in UPSC mains?
Ans. It is not recommended to use a whitener on the UPSC OMR sheet.
Can we exceed word limit in UPSC mains?
This limit is usually considered as the ideal word limit for UPSC Mains. This word limit caution should be maintained because you will be given a fixed amount of pages. Hence if you exceed the word limit in each answer, it is possible that you will not be able to attempt all the answers.
Can we edit UPSC form after submission?
There is no editing facility in the application. In case of any mistake in filling application, the candidate is responsible. However, a fresh application may be made for correction of an earlier mistake.
What happens if I make a mistake in UPSC application?
Answer – You will need to fill up the form once again if you notice errors in an already submitted application form, and redo the entire process, i.e. obtain a fresh RID by submitting Part-I information, fee payment to be made by you again with new RID (if not exempted from payment of fee), and upload the Part-II …
Who corrects UPSC mains paper?
The UPSC mains answer sheets are manually evaluated by examiners. There is one Head Examiner and many Additional Examiners.
What is the lowest score in UPSC?
There is no minimum mark in the UPSC interview. Mostly, the marks awarded for the interview ranges from 40% to 80%.
Does handwriting matter in UPSC mains?
To clear the UPSC civil services exam, you must practice writing answers and when you do this, you should practise for good handwriting as well. It will definitely help you in scoring good marks in the mains exam. If you already have clear handwriting, don’t bother too much about not having ‘beautiful’ writing.
Does UPSC depend on luck?
So, it is not only your preparation that matters but also how others prepare, and that is out of your hands. In the UPSC prelims where there are MCQs, you can get lucky or unlucky with your guesses. In the IAS mains exam, a lot depends on the ‘mood’ of the examiner, and also on the nature of the examiner.