mohit.dhyani|Jan 20, 2021
UPSC Exam 2020 Paper 2 Analysis Released; Check difficulty level, answer key
NEW DELHI - The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has successfully conducted the CSE (Civil Services Examination) Paper 2 exam today. The GS Paper 2 was conducted from 02:30 to 04:30 in offline mode. The question paper was of CSAT (Civil Service Aptitude Test). Candidates from all over India appeared for the UPSC CSE 2020 preliminary exam for both the papers (GS 1 and GS 2). We are sharing here the UPSC IAS exam analysis for prelims paper 2 so that candidates who are preparing for the exam can know about the questions, weightage of topics, number of good attempts and difficulty level of the IAS exam 2020.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, aspirants turned up in good numbers and UPSC also took great measures to successfully conduct the exam at the exam centres.
UPSC CSE 2020 Highlights
IAS Prelims is qualifying in nature and candidates just have to get a minimum of 33% to be qualified for the Mains.
The number of candidates admitted to Mains is about twelve to thirteen times the number of vacancies of UPSC CSE 2020.
The UPSC CSE mains 2020 is scheduled for January 08, 2021.
UPSC CSE Prelims 2020 GS Paper 2 CSAT Analysis
Second Paper was okay. It is qualifying in nature and consists of 33% marks.
Candidates can score 33% on the basis of Maths and Reasoning as it was normal like.
Comprehension and Maths were 50-50, both were easy, not very difficult.
Some questions from the UPSC Prelims 2020 GS Paper 2
Ques 1: A man walks down the backside of his house straight 25 metres, then turns to the right and walks 50 metres again; then he turns towards left and again walks 25 metres. If his house faces to the East, what is his direction from the starting point?
Ques 2: A person bought a car and sold it for Rs, 300000. If he incurred a loss of 20% then how much did he spend to buy the car?
a) Rs. 360000
b) Rs. 365000
c) Rs. 370000
d) Rs. 375000
Ques 3: Consider the following arrangement that has some missing letters:
The missing letters which complete the arrangement are
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