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In which month UPSC mains is held?
UPSC CSE Mains exam is scheduled to be conducted from 7th to 16th January 2022. UPSC CSE 2021 interview date is yet to be released. The Preliminary Examination of UPSC Civil Services Examination 2021 is now scheduled to be conducted on October 10, 2021.
Who got highest marks in UPSC 2018?
IIT-Bombay alumnus Kanishak Kataria scored 1121 marks out of a total of 2025, securing himself the first all-India rank in the 2018 UPSC IAS exam. Second rank-holder Akshat Jain secured 1080 marks (53.33%) and Junaid Ahmad, who bagged the AIR 3, scored a total of 1077 marks giving him 53.18%.
What is the time period between prelims and mains?
Generally, there will be a 3-month gap between the UPSC prelims and mains exam i.e., around 120 to 150 days to prepare for mains within which candidates have to study for 9 papers with a total of 1750 marks.
Is 5 Months enough for UPSC mains?
5 months are more than enough if you are dedicated and willing to work hard.
Can mains be prepared in 3 months?
Well, it may sound too surprising to be true, that one can prepare for UPSC CSE Mains in 3 months, but it is very much possible. However, one need to have determination, a great attitude and efficiency in getting things done at the right time.
Can UPSC be cracked in 2 months?
Many IAS hopefuls might be wondering if it is possible to crack the UPSC Prelims in just 60 days. The answer is a resounding YES. People have done it before, and you can do it too!
Who got 2025 marks in UPSC?
The highest marks in UPSC ever were scored by Anudeep Durishetty, the topper for UPSC 2017. He scored 1126 out of the total marks of 2025 (950 marks were in Mains and 176 in the UPSC Interview).
Who got air 1 in UPSC 2018?
UPSC Civil Services Exam is known for its low-scoring trends. No wonder, Kanishak Kataria, secured All India Rank 1 by scoring 55.36 per cent marks. He scored 1121 out of 2025.
Who corrects UPSC mains paper?
The UPSC mains answer sheets are manually evaluated by examiners. There is one Head Examiner and many Additional Examiners.
Is prelims tougher than mains?
The UPSC Mains exam is very tough as compared to the prelims. Consider these stages as a hierarchy which only increases the challenging intensity with every level. Many think that the competition is lower in mains which is true.