CAPF Cut Off 2022
UPSC has conducted the CAPF ACs written examination on 7th August 2022. Students who had appeared for the examination must be nervous about the cut off. To give you an idea based on the feedback of the students, DefenceAdda has come up with the expected cut off. This is not the official cut off. Students should wait for the official cut off to be released by UPSC.
UPSC CAPF Cut Off 2022: Written
Candidates need to score minimum qualifying marks in both the papers of CAPF ACs 2022. Then only, he/she will get short listed for the next phase of the selection process 2022.
|Category||CAPF Paper 1 & 2 cutoff||CAPF Paper 2|
|General/OBC/ SC/ ST||15% (450 marks)||25%|
Factors Determining the CAPF Previous Year Cutoff
In order to get the expected cut off for this exam, candidates need to have an idea about the previous year’s cut-off. For the candidate’s reference, we have provided the previous year cut-off for UPSC CAPF exams here. Previous year CAPF cut-off gives candidates an idea of what score they need to clear the CAPF written exam and the Interview. It helps in deciding the level of your preparation.
The CAPF AC Cut off 2022 marks are determined by the officials of the Union Public Service Commission on the basis of the following factors:
- The difficulty level of the exam
- Number of seats available
- A number of applicants, etc.
UPSC CAPF Cut Off 2022
Cut Off prediction is the toughest thing in the examination. DefenceAdda has done the CAPF ACs exam analysis previously and now we will provide you the expected cut off for CAPF ACs 2022 Written Examination. We have provided our analysis about the CAPF 2022 Examination which will give you fair idea of the expected cut off marks.
To estimate this year cut off, we will see the difficulty level of the examination. The difficulty level was easy to moderate. The expected minimum cut off for CAPF ACs 2022 Written Examination is 350.
CAPF ACs Cut Off 2021
CAPF Assistant Commandant Examination was held on 8th August 2021. The cut off for the written examination is given below:
|S. No.||Category||Minimum qualifying standards in paper-I (out of 250)||Minimum qualifying standards in paper-I
+ Paper-II [Written Stage] (out of 450)
|Marks secured by the last recommended candidate [Final Stage] (Out of 600)|