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    I have applied for UPSC exam but haven't attended it due to my personal reasons. Is my attempt count decremented to 3 instead of 4 (general)?

    I have applied for UPSC exams but haven't attended it due to my personal reasons. Is my attempt count decremented to 3 instead of 4 (general)?
    thank you...

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    Re: I have applied for UPSC exam but haven't attended it due to my personal reasons. Is my attempt count decremented to 3 instead of 4 (general)?




    Hi Aspirant,

    Donít worry friend your attempt will not be count, because you didnít attend the exam.

    You only fill the application form but not attempt to solve the question paper.

    So this year your attempt would not be counted.


    Best of LuckÖ

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    Re: I have applied for UPSC exam but haven't attended it due to my personal reasons. Is my attempt count decremented to 3 instead of 4 (general)?

    Dear,
    The UPSC counts the attempts, when a candidate appear the examination and put his signature to any one sitting. Only apply to the examination is not counted. So you are in safe that you have the 04 attempts still now. But as a General candidates, your last age is within 21-30years. Thanks....

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    Re: I have applied for UPSC exam but haven't attended it due to my personal reasons. Is my attempt count decremented to 3 instead of 4 (general)?

    (i) An attempt at a Preliminary Examination shall be deemed to be an attempt at the Examination.
    (ii) If a candidate actually appears in any one paper in the Preliminary Examination,he/she shall be deemed to have made an attempt at the Examination.
    (iii) Notwithstanding the disqualification/cancellation of candidature, the fact of appearance of the candidate at the examination will count as an attempt.
    the attempt of the candidates is counted when he sits in any one paper of the examination and puts his signature in the attendance sheet. Since you did not appear for exam, your attempt is not counted

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