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MPPSC Prelims 25th July 2021 Paper 1 Question Paper Analysis (Released), Answer Key

Abhik Das
Abhik DasPublished On: July 26, 2021 | MPPSC State Service Exam

MPPSC Prelims exam 2020-21, which was postponed earlier twice due to the COVID-19 outbreak, has been successfully conducted. Check out the following piece for the latest MPPSC prelims 2020-21 exam analysis, students' reactions, experts' analysis, category-wise cutoff scores etc from below.

MPPSC Prelims Exam 2020-21 Paper Analysis

The MPPSC 2020 preliminary exam has been successfully conducted on 25th July by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) after being twice postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The following piece discusses in detail the analysis and the answer key of paper 1 of the MPPSC 2020-21 exam conducted on 25th July. Check out this piece for the detailed analysis of the MPPSC 2021 paper 1 question sheet by some of the leading experts of CollegeDekho. The detailed analysis of the MPPSC prelims 2020-21 question paper has been prepared with the help of the inputs from candidates who took the exam today. 

According to the MPPSC officials, around 3.44 lakh candidates took the prelims exam which included asymptomatic COVID positive candidates as well. The exam was conducted in a total of 1,011 centres including 64 special centres for the COVID positive candidates. 

Topic Wise Analysis of MPPSC Prelims Exam 2020-21 (Paper I)

Our experts have prepared this table that includes the topic-wise analysis of the MPPSC prelims (paper I) exam in addition to the topic-wise difficulty level and the total number of questions - 

Topic name

Total questions

Overall difficulty level

Computer

09Moderate

Static GK

04Moderate

Sports and Awards

02Moderate

Polity (Madhya Pradesh)

06Moderate

Current Affairs of Madhya Pradesh

05Moderate

Geography (Madhya Pradesh)

10Moderate

National and International Current Affairs

10Easy

History and Culture (Madhya Pradesh)

04Moderate

Science & Technology and General Science

07Moderate

Polity

16Moderate

Economy

02Moderate

History, Art and Culture

08Difficult

Geography

11Moderate

Overall Difficulty Level of MPPSC Prelims Question Paper 2020-21

According to the reaction received from the candidates, the overall difficulty level of the MPPSC prelims 2020-21 (paper I) question paper was moderately difficult. The candidates found the questions from the History, Arts and Culture topics very time-consuming. The MPPSC exam experts, after evaluating the entire question paper and considering the other factors, are suggesting that the MPPSC prelims 2020-21 exam cutoff score could be in the range of 145 to 150. 

Expected MPPSC Prelims Exam 2020-21 Cutoff

Although the MPPSC prelims exam cutoff score varies from year to year where the major cutoff determining factor is the difficulty level of the question paper. However, based on the previous year’s MPPSC prelims exam cutoff analysis, we have prepared a category-wise tentative cutoff list for this year’s paper given in the table below - 

Category

Gender

Expected Qualifying Marks

Gen

Open

146-150

Female

140-146

OBC

Open

145-149

Female

130-140

SC

Open

135-140

Female

128-138

ST

Open

120-130

Female

115-130

EWS

Open

135-145

Female

125-135

PwD

Multiple disabilities

N/A

80-90

Orthopedically handicapped

N/A

130-140

Hearing-impaired

N/A

90-100

Visually impaired

N/A

110-120

MPPSC Prelims 2020-21 Paper 1 Question Paper and Answer Key

Candidates can find out the links for the MPPSC prelims 2020-21 paper 1 question papers (different sets) and answer key from the table below - 

MPPSC Prelims 2020-21 Paper 1 Question Paper (Set A)Click here to download
MPPSC Prelims 2020-21 Paper 1 Question Paper (Set D)Click here to download
MPPSC Prelims 2020-21 Paper 1 Answer KeyClick here to download 

Overall Analysis of Previous Year’s MPPSC Prelims Exam 

The following table contains the overall analysis of the previous year’s MPPSC prelims exam which will help the candidates establish a differentiation between this year’s and the previous year’s question papers - 

Total vacancies

393

Total exam centres

524

Total number of candidates

2,30,000

Number of candidates from Bhopal

29,497

Overall difficulty level

Highly difficult

Major focus on topic/s

International current affairs

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