Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has concluded the PCS 2021 exam for ACF and RFO post on October 24, 2021. Drishti IAS, the leading coaching class has released the UPPSC PCS 2021 answer key for both papers. UPPSC PCS mains exam is going to be scheduled from January 28, 2021, and the same shall be conducted conventionally, via pen and paper.
The exam was conducted in two shifts i.e. from Paper 1 from 09:30 am to 11:30 am and Paper 2 from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. As per the candidates who have appeared for the exam, the level of the questions asked can be kept somewhere between moderate to difficult.
Reportedly, the questions in the Geography were found to be of high difficulty level whereas other sections were doable. The answer key released by Drishti IAS is helpful in calculating the probable marks scored by the candidates in the examination.
The official UPPSC PCS 2021 answer keys for both the papers, i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2 are expected to be released on the official website soon. However, till then, they can check out these unofficial ones to know if they are going to get selection in the final examination. The candidates who successfully clear the category wise cut-off marks released by UPPSC for the preliminary and mains exam shall stand a chance to appear in the interview round.
As per leading coaching institute Drishti IAS, this year the cut off marks are going to decline category wise. The reason for this is the high difficulty level of questions asked in the examination. Follow the steps mentioned below to download the UPPSC PCS answer key 2021 for both papers:
Step 1: Visit the official website of Drishti IAS, drishtiias.com
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the search bar and enter the UPPSC PCS answer key 2021
Step 3: Next, click on the UPPSC PCS answer key for Paper 1 and Paper 2 and right-click to open the same
Step 4: In the end, save a copy of the answer key for the UPPSC PCS 2021 on the device for future reference
After saving the UPPSC PCS 2021 answer key on the device, candidates have to compare the answers marked in the response sheet with the unofficial answer key. After going through the answer key and using the marking scheme applicable for the examination, candidates can calculate the marks scored in the exam.