The result of the Group 1 and Group 2 Examinations conducted by Andhra Pradesh state government will be released by APPSC (Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission) on its official website, i.e., www. psc.ap.gov.in. Candidates can visit the official website and check their result easily. The cut- off for APPSC Group-1 and Group- 2 examinations will be released in three stages; Prelims, Mains and Interview. Candidates will be shortlisted for the jobs only after clearing the minimum cut- off criteria.
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Some of the important factors that determine the cut- off of the examination are difficulty level of the paper, the number of students appearing for the exam, number of vacancies, etc. Those who wish to apply for this examination must check the expected cut- off before appearing for the examination so that they can prepare for it accordingly.
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The result of the APPSC examination will be released separately for all the three stages, i.e., Preliminary Examination, Mains Examination and Interview. The result of the examination is released on the official website of the Commission. Students can visit the website and check the result themselves. In order to check the result, follow the steps mentioned below:
APPSC (Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission) releases the cut- off of the examination a few weeks before the announcement of the result. The cut off is announced in three stages, prelims, mains and final selection. It depends on various factors like the total number of candidates appeared in the exam, previous year’s cut- off, difficulty level of the paper, etc.
The answer key will be made available on the official website of the commission along with cut- off. Meanwhile, the candidates can check the previous years’ cut- off section-wise and category- wise on the official website of the APPSC.
In order to check the APPSC Examination Cut- off, candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:
The data of the previous years’ cut- off marks are easily available on the official website of the commission. Candidates must always check the previous years’ cut- off of the examination before beginning the preparation so that they can prepare accordingly.
Below are given the previous years’ cut- off of APPSC examination for the year 2019 for Group 1 prelims and mains examination.
The minimum qualifying scores for the preliminary examination are given below:
|Category||Qualifying Percentage||Qualifying Marks|
|SCs, STs and PHs||30%||72|
|Category||Maximum Marks||Cut- Off Marks|
|SCs, STs and PHs||825||247.50|
Ques. When is the cut off for the APPSC Examination released?
Ans. The cut- off marks for the APPSC Examination is released by the Commission on its official website. The cut- off is announced by the commission tentatively a couple of weeks before the announcement of the result.
Ques. Does cut- off marks vary every year?
Ans. Yes, Cut- off marks vary every year. There is a fluctuation of 5 to 10 marks in the cut- off every year. The cut- off marks depends on various factors like difficulty level of the paper, number of students appearing for the examination, performance of the candidates, total number of vacancies, etc.
Ques. When will the APPSC Examination be conducted in the year 2020?
Ans. The APPSC Examination was postponed this year due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The official date of the examination is not announced yet. The date will be announced on the official website of the commission once it will be fixed.
Ques. How many exams are conducted by APPSC?
Ans. APPSC conducts various exams each year to recruit the candidates for different services.
Some of the exams are
Along with this, there are various other exams also.
Ques. What is the pattern of APPSC Group 1 paper?
Ans. The APPSC (Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission) Examination is conducted in three stages:
Ques. What is the basic educational eligibility criteria required for APPSC Group 1 exam?
Ans. The minimum educational qualification that is required to appear for APPSC examination is that a candidate must be a graduate in any discipline from any recognized University.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.