‘Mixed Responses’ by Candidates – Check Expert Opinion, Expected Cut-Off Answer Key Soon!

UPSC CSE Preliminary exam was conducted on June 5, 2022. Check out candidate responses, expert opinion, expected cut-off, question paper and answer key (to be released soon) below.

UPSC Civil Services Exam 2022 (Preliminary) was held today, June 5, 2022. This exam was conducted across the country in which around 8 lakh candidates appeared for the IAS exam today. The candidates walked out of the center with a mixed response. While many long time aspirants were happy that UPSC finally returned to its original behaviour, fresh candidates were not satisfied with UPSC CSE 2022 Paper 1. Check candidates responses, download question paper in PDF format and wait for expert. Analysis and answer key soon on this page.

UPSC CSE Prelims Paper 1 was held today from 9:30 am to 11:30 am at various centers, candidates strictly following the COVID 19 guidelines. They should not have carried anything in the documents except their admit card.

UPSC Prelims 2022: CSE Paper 1: Candidates’ Responses

The examinees today walked out of the examination centers with mixed reactions. “It was just like in the old days, GS paper was with ideological questions of politics, economics, government schemes, environment etc, so my paper went well. I hope to qualify”, said Ram Anuj, who has been preparing for CSE since last 5 years.

“No, my exam didn’t go as expected, I could have done better, let’s see what happens”, said Neeraj, a first-time candidate from Patna.

Many candidates found the paper tough as compared to last year. He said it was very ideological.

At the same time, people preparing for a long time found this exam easy. The paper felt like it was back to basics.

“It could have been done for this time like reading NCERT and current affairs,” said a group of candidates outside a center in Delhi.

UPSC Prelims 2022: CSE Paper 1: Expert Opinion

This year experts are happy with UPSC question paper calling it a balanced paper with stable GK and ample questions of current affairs. A teacher from a renowned coaching institute in Delhi said, “This time especially the questions on economics were good, concepts and practical application-based.”

This time experts are predicting anywhere between 50-55 questions to be cut-off. The cut-off marks will also depend on how the next paper will be conducted on June 5, 2022 between 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM.

If the students perform well in the CSAT exam, then the cut-off is expected to be higher as compared to the previous year. Otherwise there is not much difference in expected cut-off from last year civil services exam.

UPSC Prelims 2022: CSE Paper 1: Question Paper Download

The answer key of the question paper will be available soon on this page. Candidates are advised to keep checking the page for the answer key.

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