WBCS Cut Off 2022
The experts shared the expected WBPSC WBCS Cut Off 2022 For the Prelims exam, after thoroughly analyzing the preliminary papers. The West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) conducted the WBCS 2022 Prelims Exam on 19 June 2022. Now, the cut off for the West Bengal Civil Service exam is awaited by the appearing candidates.
The WBCS expected Cut off 2022 available here, will be helpful for those applicants who appeared for the exam. Check the WBCS cut off 2022 components, the download process, last year's score trend, and other important details.
WBCS Expected Cut Off 2022 & 2021
West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) conducted the WBCS Mains Examination For the 2021 cycle on 20, 21,22 & 23 May 2022. WBCS's Mains expected cut-off is based on the feedback that is received from the candidates who appear for the exam. The candidates can check out the expected cut-off below for the WBCS Mains exam so that they can know about their qualifying status for the exam. The cut-off for the WBCS Mains is based on several factors, one of which is the paper's difficulty level.
Paper 3 (GS 1)
|120 - 125 marks|
Paper 4 (GS 2)
WBPSC WBCS Prelims Expected Cut-off (2022 Cycle)
Candidates who appeared in WBPSC WBCS Prelims Exam are waiting for the expected cut-off and actual cutoff. Applicants check the expected cut-off so that they can predict their score and chances of getting selected for next round of selection.
Category- Wise WBCS Prelims 2022 Expected Cut off
Marks (Out of 200)
WBCS Previous Year Cut Off: Prelims & Mains
Earlier, the commission released the WBCS Prelims Cut-off 2021 cycle and the list of candidates who qualified for that exam. In the table below, we have mentioned official data of Category-wise WBCS Cut off for Prelims Exam 2021.
It is correct to say that West Bengal Civil Services Exam is one of the toughest exams to clear in the WB State. That's why candidates should have a proper strategy and some WBCS Preparation Tips to increase the chances of getting selected. Also, This strategy starts by looking at the previous year's cut-off marks. A fair understanding of the cutoff marks provides insights into the difficulty level of the exam and helps you prepare an efficient preparation strategy.
Previous Year WBCS Cut off
Below, we have mentioned WBCS Cut off for previous years to understand the trend. Also, we have mentioned the category-wise score, so applicants can have an understanding of the minimum required marks for them. Check the previous year's WBCS Cutoff 2018, 2017, 2016. 2015, 2014 below mentioned table.
|WBCS 2018 cut off Prelims (Out of 200)|
WBCS 2016 cut off Prelims (Out of 200)
WBCS 2015 cut off Prelims (Out of 200)
WBCS 2014 cut off Prelims (Out of 200)
WBCS Mains Cut off 2018
WBCS Mains Cut off 2017
How is WBCS Cutoff Calculated?
The WBCS Cutoff is calculated on the basis of various parameters such as the difficulty level of the exam, average performance of aspirants, vacancy, and more. After the WBCS prelims, the selected candidates are, on average, 10 to 12 times the vacancies. This limit affects the total cutoff. For example, if there are 300 vacancies in WBCS, then 3000 candidates will be selected to write mains. If there are 3000 candidates who get 105 marks or above, then the cut-off will be 105.
Types & Stages of WBPSC Cutoff
There are three stages at which WBCS cut off is calculated i.e. Prelims stage, Mains stage, and Final cutoff after the interview process. At the Mains stage, prelims marks are not considered. The final cut-off is based on combined marks of mains and interviews.
Minimum qualifying marks at each stage
The maximum marks in the WBCS prelims exam are 200 because there is only one question paper of 200 marks. For this paper, cut-off marks are calculated. In the Mains paper, a minimum of 33% marks is required in all GS papers, if fallen below process ends there.