UPSC Prelims 2022 took place on 5th June (Sunday). The exam consisted of two papers – Paper 1 (GS) and Paper 2 (CSAT). BYJU’S is providing the UPSC Prelims Answer Key for the 2022 Civil Services Examination. The answer key has been curated by the UPSC Experts and a PDF link is provided in this article.
2022 UPSC Prelims Answer Key for GS Paper-I
The GS Paper-I has 100 questions, carrying two marks each. There is a negative marking of ⅓ of the total marks assigned to the questions, for each wrong answer. The UPSC Prelims GS Paper-I Answer Key :
UPSC Prelims GS (Paper 1) Answer Key 2022 PDF:-Download PDF Here
2022 UPSC Prelims Answer Key for GS Paper-II/CSAT
UPSC Prelims GS (Paper 2) Answer Key 2022 PDF:-Download PDF Here
Download the UPSC Prelims Question Paper 2022 in the linked article.
IAS exam candidates can have a look at the UPSC Prelims Answer Keys for the years 2020 and 2021 which have been curated by our subject experts.
UPSC Prelims Answer Key 2020-2021
The subject experts at BYJU’S Free IAS Prep have provided solved papers of UPSC prelims that will be a crucial part of the exam preparation. By solving previous years’ UPSC question papers found in the given links, candidates can better assess their strengths and weaknesses for the UPSC exam in an optimized and efficient manner.
UPSC Prelims 2021 Answer Key
- UPSC Prelims GS (Paper 1) Answer Key 2021 PDF (SET C):- Download PDF Here
- UPSC Prelims CSAT (Paper 2) Answer Key 2021 PDF (SET D):- Download PDF Here
To download PDFs of UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 Question Papers for GS1 and CSAT, aspirants can visit the linked article.
UPSC Prelims 2020 Answer Key
- UPSC Prelims Answer Key 2020 PDF GS-I (Official):-Download PDF Here
- UPSC Prelims Answer Key 2020 PDF GS Paper 2 CSAT (Official):-Download PDF Here
To download PDFs of UPSC IAS Prelims 2020 Question Papers for GS1 and CSAT, aspirants can visit the linked article.
How to Calculate Your UPSC Score with Answer Key
To tally their score, for the IAS exam, aspirants can keep the following information in mind.
- The GS and CSAT papers are 200 marks each
- There are 100 questions in GS and 80 questions in CSAT
- A negative marking of 0.66 and 0.833 is there for every incorrect answer in GS and CSAT papers, respectively.
- Candidates scoring above the designated cut-off marks will be eligible for UPSC Mains
- In case the candidates’ scores find their store near the expected cutoff after tallying with the UPSC Answer Keys, then it is recommended that preparations for IAS Mains be undertaken.
Candidates can find out more about calculating scores after negative marking in UPSC Prelims, by visiting the linked article.
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