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What is the cut off mark for UPSC Prelims?
UPSC Prelims Cut off 2022 will be released soon. UPSC Prelims Cutoff 2021 is released. IAS prelims cutoff 2021 is 87.54. UPSC Prelims Cutoff 2020 was 92.51 for the General category.
How is prelims cutoff calculated?
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.
What is the cut off for UPSC mains 2022?
As per experts, this year’s UPSC IAS mains cut-off marks can be in the range of 750 to 770 marks for the unreserved category.
Who got highest marks in UPSC Prelims ever?
Civil services exam topper Shruti Sharma scored 54.56% marks: UPSC.
How many people qualify in prelims?
Approximately 10,93,948 candidates applied for UPSC 2021. Only 10,000 candidates passed the UPSC Prelims round and became eligible for the Mains.
Is prelims hard to crack?
So, clearing Civil Services prelims exam is not very difficult, if you plan to crack it. You need proper planning, better understanding of the syllabus for hitting the bull’s eye in the very first attempt.
What is lowest marks in UPSC mains?
Candidates have to score at least 25% marks in each qualifying paper in order to clear the main examination.
What is the highest UPSC score?
AIR- 1 Kanishak Kataria (Total 1121/2025, 55.36%) AIR- 2 Akshat Jain (Total 1080/2025, 53.33%) AIR-3 Junaid Ahmed (Total 1077/2025, 53.18%)
Who is 1st IAS rank?
AIR-1 SHRUTI SHARMA: Choose to Serve the Nation Hailing from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, the AIR-1, Shruti Sharma qualified for her UPSC IAS Examination on her second attempt and excelled in the examination with a total score of 1105 out of 2025. Shruti Sharma is a History Graduate from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi.
What is lowest IAS post?
Q: What is the lowest post in IAS? A: The lowest post of the IAS officer is the IAS trainee or IAS probationer given to them during the training period.