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Prelims 2013: SC / ST cut off prediction

edited August 2013 in Miscellaneous
SC / ST cut off prediction

congrats to all who has cleared Civils.
anyways please tell the marks
in format,
PAPER 1 :
Paper 2 :
so that it gives us a rough idea about the cut off
and it will help aspirants of next year immensly

mine,
paper :1 : 60 +
Paper 2 : 190 +
Verdict : YES , cleared prelims



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  • edited August 2013
    a friend of mine (SC)expecting 230 cleared too
    sorry but i dont know breakup of his marks

    i gave this time without any preparation,was ecpecting 195.i didnt clear.totally confused about SC cutoff
    paper1-62
    paper2-133
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • How come this years probable cut-offs influence next years candidates :-/
    2017--> 8th attempt
  • 226 as per vajiram key..sc category... not cleared... shocked.. :-(
  • 226 n not cleared??????? X_X
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • i am totally lost now
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • edited August 2013
    How come this years probable cut-offs influence next years candidates :-/
    It will help the next year aspirants to to gauge the cut off this year and intensify their preparation level and strategy accordingly ;;) and also it wil help him / her to understands where he / she is standing now
  • I cant see a substantial increase in the cut offs next year..and i know for some of my banking friends..paper 2 was a joke..all scored nearly 170 plus..and hardly 60-70 in paper 1..
    dont think most of them are at all prepared for the mains..

    Its ok to fail once but Dont Quit..else how will u taste the sweetness of the success that awaits you if you Quit !
  • p1= 102
    p2= 157
    total = 259
    cleared SC cat....
    last year had 209 clrd pre but couldnt make it in mains...
  • great improvement Eddy
    wish u bst f luck for this time
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • great improvement Eddy
    wish u bst f luck for this time
    hey Thanx....preparing to go all the way this time....dnt wanna wait to appear in pre nxt time i.e. 13 MONTHS from now....its such a long and hard wait for many.
  • GS 1 :- 95
    GS II- 166
    Category SC,
    Qualified for Mains
  • bst f luck to u too prateeknsit ;;)
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • 180-190 Not in. What could have been the cut-off
  • above 200 i think according to keys of various institutes 8-|
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • How come this years probable cut-offs influence next years candidates :-/
    It will help the next year aspirants to to gauge the cut off this year and intensify their preparation level and strategy accordingly ;;) and also it wil help him / her to understands where he / she is standing now
    Sorry , I didnt understand that logic .. But if you believe that could help future aspirants , then no problem ..
    2017--> 8th attempt
  • 200 as per vajiram key not qualified SC
  • 200 as per vajiram key not qualified SC
    cnt understand y bt d cutoff this yr hs gone unexpectedly high....my frnds with 225-230 gen category cudnt make it n fr SC it mst b about 210-215
  • 220 =92+128 , ST cleared
  • edited August 2013
    How come this years probable cut-offs influence next years candidates :-/
    It will help the next year aspirants to to gauge the cut off this year and intensify their preparation level and strategy accordingly ;;) and also it wil help him / her to understands where he / she is standing now
    Sorry , I didnt understand that logic .. But if you believe that could help future aspirants , then no problem ..
    OK
    filhal u understand this
    x did not clear prelim
    this year
    he will realise from the trend in marks where he is standing right now n how much her need to improve :)
  • 226 as per vajiram key..sc category... not cleared... shocked.. :-(
    what ???
    cant believe it.... Absolutely shocked X_X
  • 226 as per vajiram key..sc category... not cleared... shocked.. :-(
    what ???
    cant believe it.... Absolutely shocked X_X
    yes... 226 not cleared in sc... i dont know why.. :-( paper 1- 77
    paper 2- 149
  • Sc cut off 230 + ?? :O
  • @-)
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • has anyone contacted coaching institutes abt the expected cutoff now???
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • Atleast one thing is proved
    no sectional cut off in paper - 1
  • but so high cutoff??? :-?
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"
  • S.C. category.
    2012 final list: fall short by 20 marks : begin full preparations in april 2012.(working full time prior to that)
    2013 prelims: not cleared for mains even: vaji keys-218; cl: 224
    shocked and dejected.
  • 226 as per vajiram key..sc category... not cleared... shocked.. :-(
    what ???
    cant believe it.... Absolutely shocked X_X
    yes... 226 not cleared in sc... i dont know why.. :-( paper 1- 77
    paper 2- 149

    Really, unbelievable!
  • PI 105
    PII 114
    Not cleared
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