BPSC will be conducting the 69th BPSC prelims exam examination on September 30, 2023in a single shift from 12 Noon and 2 P.M. The candidates who will be appearing for the BPSC exam must know how to calculate BPSC Prelims marks. The marks can be calculated using the BPSC answer key. This will let the aspirants know of their qualifying status.
BPSC prelims exam will have one paper which is General Studies, and all of the questions will be multiple-choice questions.
In order to qualify for the main examination, candidates must pass the BPSC Prelims examination by securing the BPSC cut off marks. While preparing the merit list for the final selection, the prelim exam marks won't be taken into account.
How to calculate BPSC Prelims Marks for General Studies?
The BPSC Prelims paper will contain 150 questions for 150 marks and there will be a penalty of 1/3 mark for each wrong answer. Using the BPSC's marking method, the candidate can estimate their estimated exam results, compare them to the BPSC cutoff, and decide whether they have a chance of moving further in the recruitment procedure. The candidate can figure out this approximate score by using the unofficial BPSC exam answer key provided by the leading institute.
Here we have provided the formula to calculate the BPSC prelims marks that includes the correct answers, incorrect answers and unanswered questions.
Number of marks scored = correct answer marked - incorrect answer
Let us suppose that on a total of 150 questions, a student had attempted 120 and 30 questions left unanswered. No, out of 120 questions and30 questions were marked incorrect, so the estimated mark will be
Total marks scored = (90 * 1) - (30 * 1/3) = 90 - 10 = 80 marks
69th BPSC Prelims Qualifying Marks
The 69th BPSC prelims qualifying marks are decided by the recruitment body. Below we have tabulated the category-wise qualifying marks which a candidate needs to score in order to be eligible for the bpsc mains examination 2023.
Minimum Qualifying Marks
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