DETAILED ANALYSIS OF 67TH BPSC EXAM PAPER, SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
Updated On : 01 Oct, 2022
67TH BPSC CCE 2022 ANALYSIS
On September 30, 2022, the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) successfully conducted the 67th Combined Competitive Re-Examination. Numerous students appeared in the examination, and their reviews indicate that the level of the exam was Easy to Moderate. Our team has visited the exam centres to gather feedback from the students about the exams and to collect the questions which have been asked in the examination.
The exam was held from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and consisted of a General Studies (GS) paper. Read on to get the detailed 67th BPSC exam analysis 2022 here, by the Examपुर Experts.
The detailed paper review that will determine the exam difficulty level is covered in this 67th BPSC exam analysis. In this article, you will be able to view the BPSC exam's subject-wise paper review, difficulty level, and subject-wise weightage. You will also be able to access the live 67th BPSC exam analysis on our YouTube Channel “BPSC Examपुर” too, which will help you determine your eligibility for the next stage.
Let’s start with the BPSC 67th CCE schedule:-
12:00 noon to 2:00 pm
67TH BPSC PRELIMS EXAM PATTERN 2022
Before you begin the 67th BPSC Re-Exam Analysis, you should review the Exam Pattern, which will help you understand the analysis more clearly:-
Prelims examination is conducted in offline mode and will be OMR based.
The questions will be objective in nature and there is no negative marking in BPSC Prelims.
The BPSC Combined Competitive Prelims Exam consists of only one paper, which is General Studies (GS).
The BPSC Prelims exam has a total of 150 marks and the duration of the exam is 2 hours.
GOOD ATTEMPTS & DIFFICULTY LEVEL
No. of Ques
|105 - 110|
Easy to Moderate
67TH BPSC PRELIMS RE-EXAM 2022 DETAILED ANALYSIS
The questions have been asked in this section from the below-mentioned topics:-
No. of Questions
Easy to Moderate
Maths & Reasoning
To access the video of the detailed analysis and answer keys of the questions which were asked exam: 67th BPSC PRE 30 SEPTEMBER PAPER SOLUTION & ANSWER KEY | EXPECTED CUT OFF
Refer to the official notice for Objection Form (against official answer key), the link for the same is given here - Important Notice - 67th Combined (Preliminary) Competitive Re-Examination
IMPORTANT LINKS FOR 68TH BPSC CCE 2022
FAQS ON 67TH BPSC EXAM ANALYSIS 2022
We hope you found the information provided in this article is useful. We've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions by students. These questions will clear up any confusion you may have about the BPSC CCE Analysis. Take a look:
Q. What is the difficulty level of the 67th BPSC Re-Exam?
A. As per the reviews/feedback from the students, the overall difficulty level of the 67th BPSC RE-exam was easy to moderate.
Q. How many questions were there from the current affairs?
A. There were 28 questions in the 67th BPSC re-exam, based on the current affairs covering national and international events.
Q. How many seats are going to be filled through 67th BPSC 2022 Exam?
A. The Bihar Public Service Commission is conducting the 67th BPSC Competitive Examination for a total of 802 (revised) vacancies for various positions.
Q. What is BPSC 67th Exam Analysis and what pointers does it contain?
A. Our 67th BPSC 2022 Exam Analysis provides you with comprehensive exam information. You will be able to see which tricky questions were in the paper, which will help you understand the level of the question and which topics had the most questions.
Q. How is the BPSC CCE cut-off calculated?
A. The BPSC Cut Off marks are determined by a number of parameters and factors. The number of candidates who took the exam, the total number of vacancies released, and the difficulty level of the exam are all important factors in determining the cut-off marks. The cut-off is set in such a way that the examination system is transparent.
Q. What are the category-wise minimum qualifying marks in the BPSC Prelims Examination?
A. The Category-wise minimum qualifying marks in Prelims are
General Category – 40%
BC – 36.5%
OBC – 34%
Women/SC/ST/PwD – 32%