UPSC CSE IAS Mains 2022: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Mains exam is going to be conducted on 16th, 17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th September 2022. Cut-off marks play an important role in deciding the success of the candidates in the UPSC Mains Exam.
With the commencement of the Mains exam, candidates have started searching the UPSC CSE Mains Cut-Off Marks. It is too early to predict what will be the cut off marks right now. So, candidates are advised to check the previous year cut-off marks.
The commission usually notifies the UPSC IAS Cut-Off Marks in a separate PDF list. For the convenience of the candidates, the cut-off marks are also determined on the basis of different categories.
UPSC CSE 2022 Expected Cut-Off Marks
The commission has started this year’s UPSC Mains exam. Paper 1 and Paper 2 have been conducted successfully. Preliminary reviews suggest that the level of the exam should only be at par with the previous year’s exam. So, with this, we can guess that the UPSC Mains cut-off marks for this year also may be between 10 to 20% of the previous year’s cut-off marks.
According to experts, this year’s UPSC IAS Mains Cut-Off Marks for Unreserved Category can be between 750 to 770 marks.
Know- Previous Year Cut-Off Marks
The commission releases the UPSC Main Cut-Off Marks for each category separately on the website. As per the trends, the Cut-Off Marks PDF is usually released after the declaration of the result. Keeping track of the previous year cut-off marks is also helpful in getting an idea of the level of the exam.
The commission releases the UPSC Main Cut-Off Marks for each category separately on the website. As per the trends, the Cut-Off Marks PDF is usually released after the declaration of the result.
UPSC CSE IAS Mains Previous Year Cut-Off Marks (Out of 1750)
Click on this link to see the cut off 2020
Click on this link to see the cut off of 2021
Factors Affecting UPSC Mains Cut-Off Marks
Deciding UPSC Mains cut-off marks is one of the toughest jobs for the commission. On the other hand, it is one of the deciding factors for the candidates willing to appear in the Personality Test. Therefore, many different factors are taken into consideration while drafting it. To know more about the same refer the below section.
– Difficulty level of questions asked in UPSC CSE Exam.
– Vacancies are announced by the commission.
Qualifying Marks if any.
UPSC final list
The recruitment process for UPSC CSE exam is a three tier process with prelims, mains and interview rounds. Each of these stages has a separate cutoff list which has to be qualified by the candidates. However, when it comes to the final merit list, it is prepared by considering the marks obtained in the mains and interview round.
The Final Merit List is released for 2025 Marks which includes 1750 Marks for Main Exam and remaining 275 Marks for Personality Test. Candidates who get name in UPSC IAS Final Merit List are considered for appointment in various cadres.