UPSC Prelims Cutoff 2023: UPSC Prelims Result 2023 was released on 12th June 2023 on the official website. UPSC Prelims 2023 which was conducted on 28th May 2023 was more challenging as compared to the previous year’s exam and thus it is anticipated that the UPSC Prelims Cutoff 2023 will be lower than the previous year’s cutoff.
UPSC Calendar 2024: Union Public Service Commission has released the UPSC Exam Calendar 2024 on its official website. UPSC conducts major examination such UPSC CSE, CDS, BDA, CMS etc. every year. As per the UPSC Calendar, the UPSC CSE Cycle will begin from 14th February 2024 and the last date to fill UPSC Application form will be 5th March 2024.
The UPSC Mains Exam Pattern is quite different from prelims stage. The UPSC Mains Exam is purely subjective. There are a total 9 papers in the IAS Mains exam that are conducted over 5-7 days. Aspirants qualifying the UPSC Prelims Exam are eligible to appear in UPSC Mains.
Students preparing for the UPSC IAS Exam usually confront a very peculiar problem during the course of preparation. The act of choosing the right optional is quite significant in the UPSC CSE as the scope of achieving higher marks is more in optional than General Studies (GS) Mains exam. Choosing right optional decides the fate of your selection in the UPSC CSE.
The exam pattern for the Preliminary stage of Civil Services Exam comprise two papers, conducted on single day. Both the papers in IAS Prelims consist of objective type questions with multiple choice of answers. The candidates are filtered for the mains exam through this stage. However the marks obtained at this stage are not counted towards the final merit list, though candidates have to prepare well for this exam as cut-offs are unpredictable and depend on the average score every year.
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