CDS 1 2021 exam analysis released; Check difficulty level and expected cut off

UPSC has successfully concluded the CDS 1 2021 exam today. Check the CDS 1 2021 exam analysis, answer key and CDS result date here.

CDS 1 2021 exam analysis released; Check difficulty level and expected cut off
Piyush Chaudhary | Feb 7, 2021 - 6:57 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI- Coaching institutes have released the unofficial UPSC CDS 1 2021 exam analysis. Union Public Service Commission conducted CDS 2021 exam today in 3 shifts. The exam started at 9 am with paper 1 of English. Each paper of CDS 2021 was of 2 hour duration. Here CDS 1 2021 answer key, CDS 1 exam analysis and result date is updated.

CDS 1 2021 Exam Date and Time

  • CDS 2021 exam date- February 7, 2021

  • Things to carry at exam centre- CDS 1 admit card & valid ID proof

  • Exam timing- 9- 11 am, 12- 2 pm, 3- 5 pm

  • Result date- March 2021

  • CDS 2021 official website- upsc.gov.in

CDS 1 2021 exam concluded; check answer key, expected cut off, result date here

UPSC CDS 2021 Exam Schedule

Subject & respective code

CDS exam timing 2021

English (Code 01)

9- 11 am

General Knowledge (Code 02)

12- 2 pm

Elementary Mathematics (Code 03)

3- 5 pm

UPSC CDS 1 2021 paper analysis

CDS 1 papers

Good attempts

Difficulty level

English

88-92

Easy/ Moderate

General Knowledge

70-72

Moderate to difficult

Elementary Mathematics

72-73

Moderate

UPSC CDS 1 2021 answer key released

UPSC CDS expected cutoff 2021

Candidates who appeared for the CDS 1 2021 exam can check the expected CDS cutoff for different services in the table below, with an error margin of plus or minus 3 marks.

CDS 1 2021 expected cutoff

Levels

Written Exam

AFA

135

IMA

121

INA

112

OTA (female)

84

OTA (male)

84

The CDS 1 2021 result is expected to be released in the third week of March, 2021. Candidates who qualify the CDS 1 2021 written exam will be called for an SSB interview.

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