Negative Marking Calculator for UPSC Prelims and other Exams

In this app, you can calculate your final marks in any exam with negative markings. You can provide value as asked and the final final result. This calculator calculates negative marks with 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 up to 1/7th part.

Calculate negative marking scores for UPSC, Bank, SSC, and others.

Calculate penalty marks for 0.33, 0.25, 0.20, 0.166, 0.13, and up to 0.00 negative markings. Negative marks for UPSC Civil Services Prelims Examination, Combined Defence Services CDS, National Defence Academy NDA NA Exam, Indian Forest Service, Railway, Bank, SSC, CGL, CHSL, CPO, and all state exams. You can also calculate Negative Markings for NTA NEET, Bank exams like SBI PO, Clerk, etc.

Total Question *
Maximum Marks *
Total Question Attempt *
Number of Wrong Questions *
Part of Negative Marking (changeable) *

How to Calculate Negative Marking for UPSC and other exams.

In the UPSC IAS prelims exam, you will be awarded 2 marks for each correct answer, and for every wrong answer, 1/3rd of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as negative marking. And 1/3rd of 2 is 0.67, so you have to respond carefully.

And if a candidate leaves a question unanswered or marks it for review, no marks will be deducted.

  • The maximum marks in UPSC General Studies (Paper-I) are 200, and the total number of questions is 100.
  • Total Question attempt by you. Say 92 Question Attempt
  • The total number of wrong answers. Consider here 12.
  • Now the total number of correct questions will be 92-12=80.
  • Marks of each question. e.g., 2 marks/question.
  • There are 0.33% Parts of Negative marking in UPSC, then 2×0.33%= 0.67 (approximately) marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.
  • For 80 right questions, your score will be 80×2=160; for 12 wrong answers, your negative score will be 12×0.67=8 marks.
  • The final score out of a total of 200 will be 160-6=154.
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What is Negative Marking?

In MCQ types questions, there are multiple options to choose from. For every wrong choice, negative marks are rewarded. That means the negative marks reduce the score of the candidate.

What is a Negative Marking in UPSC IAS Prelims Exam?

UPSC CSE Prelims Exam is an MCQ type of Exam. Exam there is a negative marking in the prelims exam. In the prelims Exam, when the candidate chooses the wrong option, then 1/3rd marks of that question will reduce.
Each question in UPSC Prelims carries two marks; 1/3rd of 2 is 0.67. It means for every wrong option selected, 0.67 marks will reduce.

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