UPSC CDS 2 2020 Question Paper Analysis

cds 2 2020 paper analysis

UPSC CDS 2 2020 Paper Analysis. The CDS 2 2020 Exam was conducted by UPSC on 8th November 2020 to select candidates for the IMA, OTA, AFA and INA. Candidates qualifying the written test will be shortlisted for SSB Interview. Final selection of candidates will be done based on the candidates performance in written exam and SSB Interview. The Joining letter will be issued to the candidates according to available vacancies in the merit and medical fitness. The CDS 2 2020 Paper Analysis goes as follows:

cds 2 2020 question paper

Paper I: English from 09:00 am to 11:00 am

The English paper level was Easy to Moderate. Most of the topics of General English were covered in English paper for 120 questions and 100 marks. The English paper consisted of :
1. Reading Comprehension – 2 Paragraph – 10 Questions
2. Spotting errors – 10
3. Ordering of words in a sentence – 10
4. Idioms and Phrases – 10
5. Ordering of Sentences – 10
6. Fill in the Blanks – 10
7. Synonyms – 10
8. Antonyms – 10
9. Parts of Speech -10
10. Cloze Composition – 20
11. Spelling Mistake -20

question paper cds 2020

Paper II: General Knowledge from 12:00 pm to 02:00 pm

The GK paper level was Moderate to Difficult. A total of 120 question were asked for 100 marks. Apart from science and current affairs, most of the Questions were covered from Polity and Geography.

Paper III. Mathematics from 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm

The level of Mathematics paper was also moderate. A total of 100 questions were asked for 100 marks. Most of the Questions were covered from Trigonometry, Statistics, Mensuration and Number System.

According to the feedback of Candidates, CDS 2 2020 was moderate and you can check the expected cutoff here CDS 2 2020 Expected Cutoff [Check Now]


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