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While attempting Prelims Question Papers, how to tackle ‘Negative Marking’?

On Sunday 17th February 2019  

UPSC has moved a step ahead with CSE 2011 and in addition to cut down on ‘Guesses’ and ‘Luck’ with penalty on wrong answers introduced few years back, now UPSC is insisting on candidates who have the aptitude for the job in question - Civil Services by means of some questions with inbuilt negative marking.


Last Update Sunday 17th February 2019

Negative Marking - UPSC opts for cleaning the froth

On Sunday 17th February 2019  

Introduction of ‘Negative Marking’ is one such bold step which is intended to provide help to serious candidates and will require core understanding of the topic and the subject.


Last Update Sunday 17th February 2019

Negative Marking - The reasons behind this move

On Sunday 17th February 2019  

To tackle the ‘Negative Marking’ one needs to develop clear conceptual clarity, sharp memory and recall which can eliminate the chances of getting confused in examination hall.


Last Update Sunday 17th February 2019

Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2019: what are your priorities in next few days?

On Wednesday 13th July 2016  

Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2019 is scheduled for 2nd June 2019. As you have limited days in hand, you have to be careful about it.

By now, you must have covered the syllabus and would be moving according to the plan with revision.


Last Update Sunday 17th February 2019

PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWERS

On Wednesday 6th March 2013  The Preliminary Examination 2013 will continue to attract negative marking.
Last Update Wednesday 6th March 2013

Preliminary Examination- Average marks required to get through first stage of examination

On Sunday 23rd December 2012  

Be it Preliminary, Main Examination or Interview, many candidates look out for cut-off to make own strategy while preparing for Civil Service Examination.


Last Update Sunday 3rd July 2016

What change in Preparation-Plan demands due to ‘Negative Marking’?

On Wednesday 4th May 2011  

UPSC has moved a step ahead with CSE 2011 and in addition to cut down on ‘guesses’ and ‘luck’ with penalty on wrong answers introduced few years back, now UPSC is insisting on candidates who have the aptitude for the job in question - Civil Services by means of some questions with inbuilt negative marking.


Last Update Sunday 17th February 2019

Main Examination: How to absorb information flow?

On Saturday 7th November 2009  This examination is both challenging and demanding for the candidates as it requires them to demonstrate their commitment towards their ultimate goal.
Last Update Saturday 7th November 2009

The reasons behind this move

On Thursday 11th June 2009  

It is now clear that the negative marking would be applicable in the Preliminary Examination 2011. There will be Penalty (Negative Marking) for wrong answers marked by candidates except some of the questions where the Negative Marking will be inbuilt in the form of different marks being awarded to the most appropriate and not so appropriate answer for such questions.


Last Update Sunday 17th February 2019

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