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Who checks UPSC mains paper Quora?
No one can tell you who evaluates the papers of UPSC CS Mains Examination for a certainity. Although one thing we can be sure of is that these papers are checked by competent authorities. Evaluation might be done by subject experts or professionals. In any case , hard work and sincere preparation are always rewarded.
Which paper is most scoring in UPSC mains?
Geography. Most of the aspirants choose Geography as their optional subject because it is noticed that it is the highest-scoring option in UPSC and the most popular among the candidates. Last year also there were a lot of toppers with this optional.
Do UPSC toppers attempt all questions in mains?
The candidates have to try to attempt all the questions to gain maximum marks in the Mains Exam.
Who corrects UPSC mains?
The UPSC mains answer sheets are manually evaluated by examiners. There is one Head Examiner and many Additional Examiners.
Does UPSC ask current affairs in mains?
The commission has included current affairs in the exam but the syllabus of current affairs is not defined for both prelims and mains exam, hence all that an aspirant has to do is to read major newspapers every day and make notes out of it or can also refer our Comprehensive News Analysis, which covers all the major …
What is lowest marks in UPSC mains?
Candidates have to mandatorily score minimum 10% marks in each of the 7 papers as well as clear the total or overall cut-off marks for the main exam as determined by the Commission.
Why is UPSC mains so difficult?
The UPSC Mains is more difficult as it is subjective in nature. There are nine papers in this exam covering a wide range of topics under each subject. The questions are mostly opinion based which makes it important to know the topic inside and out.
Which optional has most overlap with GS?
The syllabus of Geography Optional overlaps with almost 40% of the GS syllabus.
How many hours did Tina Dabi study?
“I love studying. I used to study 10, 12 and 14 hours a day. And I guessed that it worked in my favour that I never lost patience and always used to believe in my abilities.
Who cleared IAS without coaching?
Sarjana prepared for the exam while doing a job Sarjana Yadav completed her graduation in engineering from Delhi Technological University. After graduation, Sarjana Yadav started working as a research officer in TRAI. Along with her full time job, Sarjana prepared for UPSC exam, but failed in first two attempts.