Here is a survey. Please do let us know how many marks you expect in each paper.
First, check your answers with these answer keys. AnswerKeys – Paper I Paper II
Deduct marks for wrong answers and then from the survey box, choose any one option for Paper 1 and one option for Paper 2. You can choose only 2 options maximum.
This will help us to show you how other candidates have performed in the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims 2013 that was held on 18th May 2013.
Survey#2 – What is your TOTAL score in Rajyaseva Prelims?
i want to start study of MPSC please give me some starting tips. how should i start my study? i am doing job, is it possible for me?
@Abhijeet, buy maximum books (according to the syllabus), read each topic extensively, prepare your own Notes. Revise them and attempt mock tests. Complete entire syllabus of Mains first, then Prelims’.
please sir, answer my qurrry about cutoff for open & obc if you get time.thanks…
@Dr. Chandrakant, please refer the respective page. Link is available on blog’s main page.
There are many people who are calculating their marking in a wrong way or don’t know how to calculate the marks. Could you please put up a post on how to exactly calculate the 0.33 negative marking scheme?
@Sherel, here are details: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/2013/05/24/survey2-what-is-your-total-score-in-rajyaseva-prelims/
Score calculate kase karayche? pratyet prashnala kiti marks? wrong asel tar kiti negative? karan jar pratyet prashna 1 marks cha asel tar 80 prashnat 110 score kasa asel? (last 7 questions che 2.5 dharle tarihi)
@मित्रा, ही लिंक वाचावी: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/2013/05/24/survey2-what-is-your-total-score-in-rajyaseva-prelims/
sir, tumhi neet paha answers paper 2 chya passages chya uttara madhe khup jast gaflati ahet… sir, pls pls pls help many students like me… pls do something sir… v always look up to u for help…
@चित्रा, हो मी ते पाहतच आहे. कृपया १ -२ दिवस थांबावे मी फार बिझी आहे.
Sir I think a couple of answers in both the papers are wrong in the answer key given by MPSC. Should we contact MPSC regarding this.
Thank you Sir & Regards
@Rajiv, yes, you should present your case to MPSC.