Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has conducted the Review Officer (RO)/ Assistant Review Officer (ARO) Prelims Exam 2021 yesterday, on December 05. The OMR-based objective type examination is conducted successfully in two shifts. In the first shift, the General Studies paper was held from 09:30 to 11:30 am while the second shift exam for the General Hindi paper held consisted of a total of 60 marks. Candidates who attempt the examination now can check the shift 1 and 2 paper analysis, unofficial answer key, difficulty level, and expected cut-off shared by the exam experts.
According to the media reports, the UPPSC RO ARO exam was held following the social distancing and COVID-19 guidelines in 22 districts. Upon asking about the examination review, the General Studies paper was moderate in difficulty level while, General Hindi was comparatively easier than last year's exam.
It should be noted that the official answer key of UPPSC RO ARO Prelims Exam 2021 will be displayed only on the website uppsc.up.nic.in. While for the reference of the students, the OMR-booklet code A, B, C, & D wise answer key will also be facilitated here.
UPPSC RO ARO General Studies paper consisted of 140 questions, each carrying 1 mark. Candidates had to attempt question paper 1 in a time duration of two hours. Paper-II as General Hindi Paper was consisted of 60 questions, carrying a total of 60 marks. The time duration for Paper-II was 60 minutes.
Here below is the analysis of the 1st and 2nd shifts RO/ ARO Prelims Exam 5th December 2021 is provided. The analysis is facilitated by STUDY 91 exam experts and is entirely based on students' feedback and responses after the examination.
The second paper as General Hindi was reportedly held successfully in the afternoon session for all the eligible candidates. The paper was carrying a total of 60 questions, carrying a total of 60 marks.
UPPSC RO ARO Prelims 2021 cut off would be calculated out of the total 200 marks. Different cut-off marks will be decided for different category candidates. Those who obtain equal or more than the cut-off marks would be able to appear in the Mains exam. The main exam is tentatively scheduled to take place on April 10, 2022. The commission is conducting the recruitment drive to fill a total of 337 vacancies for RO and ARO combined.