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UPSC CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION (UPSC CSE) Exam Analysis and Cut Off's

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UPSC CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION (UPSC CSE) PREIMS Analysis (Memory Based)

The Paper I (General Studies) and Paper II (Aptitude Test) of Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination has the similar number of questions 100 and 80 that it had on earlier two occasions. This time the General Studies Paper gives a total traditional feel and a lot of candidates found it relatively easier than previous papers in last two years.

The 2016 CSP GS Paper 1 belied a few expectations. It was far more factual and "current" than what was generally expected.  One clear departure from the past is that there were fewer analytical questions than what was anticipated. The commission has brought down the difficulty level of the questions in the last 2 years as compared to previous years.

The weightage to current affairs increased this year further as the UPSC asked many direct questions from this area as well as from issues indirectly linked to current affairs and those that had a current affairs context.

 There were traditional questions from non traditional sources Paper was more factual compared to last years papers. In the current affairs section, questions are more on factual side. Polity  has  moved  towards  traditional  concepts  compared  to  last  year  trend. Economy questions were largely drawn from Current Affairs. About 40 questions were asked from economy and current affairs. The biggest difference is seen in the geography section where number of questions asked are comparatively less than the previous year, especially in the physical geography section. Even in science and technology section, focus was on current topics related to the subject Some questions could be solved through eliminating one statement .Some questions were too easy . This year too it focused on testing the candidates’ basic understanding of topics, which was expected.So "memory" played a fairly big part in 2016 CSP GS PAPER 1 paper

The 2016 UPSC-General Studies Paper 2, also known as CSAT, had a few changes in the pattern of the Verbal (English) Section. There were again no questions has been asked on decision making.Overall csat is not easy paper. The quality of questions are vary good. Over all they ask questions mainly from three areas Mathematics or Quantitavive Aptitude ,Reasoning and Reading comprehension.The Reading comprehension some Questions are difficult and Tricky. 

UPSC CIVIL SERVICES EXAM 2016 PAPER I ANALYSIS    
Topics  Qst. Type No. of Qst.
INDIAN POLITY SLTP 5
  MC 1
INDIAN ECONOMICS SLTP 2
ECONOMY CE SLTP 12
  MC 7
SCIENCE AND TEACHNOLOGY CE SLTP 4
  MC 8
INTERNATIONAL CE MC 4
  SLTP 7
INDIAN HISTORY SLTP 5
  MC 10
NATIONAL CE MC 5
  SLTP 6
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY SLTP 1
WORLD ORGANSIATION SLTP 1
  MC 1
GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA MC 3
  SLTP 2
BANKING CE MC 1
  SLTP 1
GENERAL ECONOMICS STUDY SLTP 3
  MC 1
BIODIVERSITY SLTP 2
  MC 1
GENERAL SCIENCE SLTP 3
PERSON PLACE AWARED AUTHORS CE MC 2
AGRICULTURE SLTP 1
FAMOUS PLACES (I) SLTP 1
Total   100



CSAT PAPER II - ANALYSIS

 

 
TOPICS Qst. Type No. of Qst.

PASSAGE BASED QST

9 CD 23
ENGLISH COMPREHENSION 3CD 8
SYLLOGISM SLTP 1
RANKING TESTS MC 1
STATEMENT ACTION MC 1
ANALYTICAL REASONING CD 4
  MC 1
COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT TEST CD 3
  MC 1
  SLTP 1
LINEAR SEATING ARRANGMENT TEST MC 1
  CD 3
NUMBER SYSTEM MC 2
TIME AND DISTANCE MC 2
PROBLEMS ON TRAINS MC 1
SERIES TEST(NON VERBAL) MC 3
  CD 2
TIME AND WORK MC 2
INSERT MISSING CHARACTERS TEST MC 2
TABLE (DI) MC 1
CUBES AND CUBICAL DICE TESTS MC 1
MIX DIAGRAMS (DI) CD 5
RATIO AND PROPORTION MC 2
ALGEBRIC EQUATIONS MC 3
     
CASE STUDY AND PROBLEM SOLVING MC 6
TOTAL   80

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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