Aglasem released the real time based CDS 1 GK Answer Key 2019 and also created the tool in which candidates can add the answers. In the tool question numbers and a, b, c and d option are provided. Read the questions from the question paper and also check the question number then after that mark the question answer accordingly by clicking on the grey circle. The G.K Examination was conducted on February 03, 2019 from 12:00 p.m to 02:00 p.m. The candidates who have appeared for the examination now can estimate their scores from the answer key.
The candidates can estimate the correct scores by following the marking scheme. From the CDS 1 GK Answer Key 2019 candidates can also evaluate their chance of qualifying the CDS 1 2019 Examination. 5/6 marks will be awarded for each correct answer. 1/3 marks will be deducted from the assigned marks for each incorrect answer and no negative marking will be done if the applicant has not answered a question. 1/3 marks will be also deducted from the assigned marks if the applicant will select more than two answers for a question then.
In afternoon shift CDS 1 GK 2019 examination was conducted. Total 120 objective type questions in the bilingual (English and Hindi) were asked in the examination and the question paper was of total 100 marks. In the G.K paper questions related to Current events, Indian History, and Geography were asked.
After the successful conduction of the examination CDS 1 Result 2019 will be declared by the UPSC at the official website. It has been estimated that around one and a half month from the exam date written examination CDS 1 Result 2019 usually declared. The result will contain the name and roll number of the qualified candidates.
The candidates who appear in the CDS 1 2019 examination cannot use the official CDS Answer Key as UPSC releases the answer key after the CDS 1 Result 2019. The answer key will be useful for those candidates who will appear in the upcoming CDS examination. The answer key will be released at the upsc.gov.in.
The candidates who will qualify the written examination those will be shortlisted for appearing in the SSB round. The SSB test duration will be of 5 days. SSB will consist of two stages that are stage 1 and stage 2. Picture perception and picture description test will come under stage 1 and Interview, Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology Tests etc will come under SSB stage 2.
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