Who Frames Upsc Cse Prelims Question Paper?

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Where does UPSC Prelims questions come from?

Most of the factual questions are asked from: NCERT Textbooks. Economic Survey. Newspaper.

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How questions are framed in UPSC?

Questions are framed by UPSC related to GI tags or places in the news.

Who checks UPSC essay paper?

The UPSC mains answer sheets are manually evaluated by examiners. There is one Head Examiner and many Additional Examiners.

Do UPSC Prelims questions repeat?

These questions from different topics don’t repeat in exactly the same format; they might be jumbled or in new words. However, the nature of questions and its theme is mostly the same and related to the same topics.

Does UPSC CSE repeat questions?

Believe it or not, UPSC repeats questions.

Who got highest marks in UPSC Prelims?

AIR- 1 Kanishak Kataria (Total – 1121/2025, 55.36%) AIR- 2 Akshat Jain (Total – 1080/2025, 53.33%)

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Why cracking UPSC is difficult?

Why is the IAS Exam considered tough? A lot of people consider the IAS exam to be the toughest exam in India. This is because of the very low pass percentage here. Also, there is a huge syllabus (check the UPSC syllabus in the link) to be covered not to mention the variety of topics one has to learn for it.

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Do UPSC toppers attempt all questions?

The candidates have to try to attempt all the questions to gain maximum marks in the Mains Exam. It is generally said that there are high chances to clear this stage for the candidate who has attempted the maximum number of questions, rather than candidates who couldn’t complete the paper on time.

Is clearing prelims easy?

Only 2 out of 100 candidates who sit for Prelims, clear the cut-off score. Yes, the ‘Prelims Hurdle’ is more difficult to cross than Mains. We have seen many bright candidates lose out in UPSC Prelims due to their over-focus on the UPSC Mains stage.