[Speculation] When is Civil Services Exam 2021 final result expected? - ForumIAS

[Speculation] When is Civil Services Exam 2021 final result expected?

Guys, any idea when is the CS Exam final result coming out? Last Interview is on May 26th as far as I can recall. Any guesses?

jack_Sparrow,DMand10 otherslike this
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Rank 221.

Thank you ForumIAS community.


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Prelims marks are almost exactly equal to what I was getting according to forumias key. I haven’t matched the key yet.  But now I know what to rely on post prelims.

Don't rely on any key. Forum got 7 questions wrong. 
I wasted initial 20 days thinking I won't qualify but ended up getting a pretty safe margin over the cutoff. So pls don't rely upon any coaching answer key. But yeah, forum and vision keys are better compared to others. 

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Pam123said

Cleared . Not the desired rank and service though. Still grateful. 

Congratulations yaar! I am so happy for you :) 

Thank you. And you’ve been such a kind person. The entire forumias community has been really great. 

DM,BattingBabaand10 otherslike this
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Thanks all for your wishes. I’m sorry to not thank you all individually but let it be known I am very grateful for each and every wishes. I consider myself fortunate to be in this position. I remember that day in previous attempt when I couldn’t see myself in final list, and I saw others who made it and in that very moment I decided one day I’ll get in and post that I got selected. Here I am. And I’m very certain that you all will make it. Yes, you will. 

Just don’t lose hope. Trust me I’m very pessimistic person (Supporting Arsenal is the main reason 😅) but this exam requires you to be very hopeful and optimist. And that’s exactly what worked in this attempt. So dont lose hope in yourself. Good luck all :) 

Aurora,GaneshGaitondeand31 otherslike this
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@Pam123Many many congratulations to you Pam. Looking forward to have ever lasting friendship with you ;)

@ArseneCongratulations to you as well. :)


Pam123,Arseneand1 otherslike this
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I'm happy to share that i managed to clear CSE in my fifth attempt with an under 30 rank. Luck finally favoured me and i could get my desired service i.e IAS.

Its the first time I entered the final list.

Im a very old member of this forum community, right from its quest and even before. I've seen many people in this platform, cleared and finally i got my turn.

I  wish all the aspirants all the very best for upcoming prelims. I request them not to give up hope, especially during preparation phase and work sincerely.

This exam nature is that there is immense competition and few seats, so failure rate is very high. Also since the papers are descriptive , there is lot of subjectivity. My optionals scores across attempts from 2017, (263,281,215,248,297) shows it, despite giving my best in every attempt. So one needs a lot of patience and perseverance. Also , try avoiding attributing success and failure to your own capabilities. Keep faith in your self. Don't compare yourself with others and disrespect yourself.

Keep giving the exam with your best efforts, till fortune favours you

Also i believed having a strong backup or plan B after my failure in 3rd attempt (i joined job and prepared while working in 4th and 5th attempt) really helped me keep my spirits high.

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Ill write a detailed strategy and share it by this weekend, so that it can help aspirants appearing for mains.

Thanks a lot for this community and wish everyone all the very best.


root,Neyawnand63 otherslike this
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I'm happy to share that i managed to clear CSE in my fifth attempt with an under 30 rank. Luck finally favoured me and i could get my desired service i.e IAS.

Its the first time I entered the final list.

Im a very old member of this forum community, right from its quest and even before. I've seen many people in this platform, cleared and finally i got my turn.

I  wish all the aspirants all the very best for upcoming prelims. I request them not to give up hope, especially during preparation phase and work sincerely.

This exam nature is that there is immense competition and few seats, so failure rate is very high. Also since the papers are descriptive , there is lot of subjectivity. My optionals scores across attempts from 2017, (263,281,215,248,297) shows it, despite giving my best in every attempt. So one needs a lot of patience and perseverance. Also , try avoiding attributing success and failure to your own capabilities. Keep faith in your self. Don't compare yourself with others and disrespect yourself.

Keep giving the exam with your best efforts, till fortune favours you

Also i believed having a strong backup or plan B after my failure in 3rd attempt (i joined job and prepared while working in 4th and 5th attempt) really helped me keep my spirits high.

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Ill write a detailed strategy and share it by this weekend, so that it can help aspirants appearing for mains.

Thanks a lot for this community and wish everyone all the very best.


Congratulations 💐


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Congratulations   @CSLWARRIOR  @AzadHindFauz   @Arsene  @TheFinalStand @Pam123 @Bubba_gump @Apollo11    .. It feels really nice to see so many from the community getting into the list. Hoping to meet you all in the FC.. :heart:

Neyawn,DMand18 otherslike this
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Honestly, I was only aware of two people - Azad and Sjerngal from the forum, whom I also met offline to be from forum making it till the Interview. And preeti from CGP.

My heart sinks when people from forum don't make it. You see, I may have been a rebel ( in my times ) to believe that a forum could be such an enabler in disspiating - if nothing - then the very belief that rankholders and toppers are people among us - sometimes they are more hardworking or methodical than us, and sometimes they are luckier than us - and thats it - there are no other differences. 

I am a little elated, being a silent observer reading comments of people - who were active members of this community - and made it.

This week has had mixed feeling.

Forum got Rank 1 from MGP after CSE 2017 - and that is after 4 years. That was a good news. Some of my favourtie students ended up getting IAS, some of them, did not get IAS. Two of the people whom I thought would make it, somehow did not make it to the list - and I was pained to see them cry. ( Deep within, I know they will make it under 100 in the next attempt , and I told them so, and also added, this is for me to know, and for you - you only have to know that you have not made it, and you must put work i the next attempt - without knowing the results.)

And then the untimely demise of KK came as a painful shock to anyone who lived to hear him in the 90s. It did put me in a philosophical mood, thinking about how unpredictable life is. Listened to the song - Hum Rahein Ya na Rahein Yaad aayenge ye pal - for sometime in a loop.

Things are changing at a fast pace in how things work in IAS Coachings. I am confident that in the coming years, Forum will continue to help people get a top rank - and get better every year - though I am not sure it will be able to "afford" them.

My congratulations to every single one of you who made it from the community.

To be honest, the feeling is more that of personal gratitude, for when people actively seen around here succeed, they reinforce the philosophy behind this community.

I believe in the transformative role this community can play in an aspirants' success. Even if no one else believes in it.

For those of you who did not, remember the toppers of today are the failures of yesterday. Your time will come. And when it does, you won't know how things simply fell in place.

 

dalpha,DMand33 otherslike this
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Had a long, tiring day today, so I guess the rant above is coming from there. The day ended well today. Could not have asked for more.

Met Pragya before leaving from work, who said ( and rehearsed ) a quote from my blog post that I wrote last year - jo mehant ka saath nahi chhorte, mehnat unka saath nahi chhorti. The wonderful lady from Gurugram was very humble, down to earth and will be probably joining IFS with a rank 91 this year. The writer in me was elated, so cant complain.

Fireheart,DMand22 otherslike this
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I'm happy to share that i managed to clear CSE in my fifth attempt with an under 30 rank. Luck finally favoured me and i could get my desired service i.e IAS.

Its the first time I entered the final list.

Im a very old member of this forum community, right from its quest and even before. I've seen many people in this platform, cleared and finally i got my turn.

I  wish all the aspirants all the very best for upcoming prelims. I request them not to give up hope, especially during preparation phase and work sincerely.

This exam nature is that there is immense competition and few seats, so failure rate is very high. Also since the papers are descriptive , there is lot of subjectivity. My optionals scores across attempts from 2017, (263,281,215,248,297) shows it, despite giving my best in every attempt. So one needs a lot of patience and perseverance. Also , try avoiding attributing success and failure to your own capabilities. Keep faith in your self. Don't compare yourself with others and disrespect yourself.

Keep giving the exam with your best efforts, till fortune favours you

Also i believed having a strong backup or plan B after my failure in 3rd attempt (i joined job and prepared while working in 4th and 5th attempt) really helped me keep my spirits high.

.

Ill write a detailed strategy and share it by this weekend, so that it can help aspirants appearing for mains.

Thanks a lot for this community and wish everyone all the very best.


Many Many congratulations to you !

Biryani,sjerngal
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Many congratulations to forum community members who got their desired service. Thank you all for your wishes. I made a tough decision to quit my job to prepare full-time. It took me 4 years to taste success in this examination. I'm relieved now, but the journey will continue. 


Whatever it is you're doing out there, don't lose hope, you just keep digging and things will work out. 

Neyawn,dalphaand33 otherslike this
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Neyawnsaid

Had a long, tiring day today, so I guess the rant above is coming from there. The day ended well today. Could not have asked for more.

Met Pragya before leaving from work, who said ( and rehearsed ) a quote from my blog post that I wrote last year - jo mehant ka saath nahi chhorte, mehnat unka saath nahi chhorti. The wonderful lady from Gurugram was very humble, down to earth and will be probably joining IFS with a rank 91 this year. The writer in me was elated, so cant complain.

Respected sir, 

Pragya is also from CGP 2020 batch ( my classmate) ? If I am not wrong? 

accio_cappuccino,
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Neyawnsaid

I'm happy to share that i managed to clear CSE in my fifth attempt with an under 30 rank. Luck finally favoured me and i could get my desired service i.e IAS.

Its the first time I entered the final list.

Im a very old member of this forum community, right from its quest and even before. I've seen many people in this platform, cleared and finally i got my turn.

I  wish all the aspirants all the very best for upcoming prelims. I request them not to give up hope, especially during preparation phase and work sincerely.

This exam nature is that there is immense competition and few seats, so failure rate is very high. Also since the papers are descriptive , there is lot of subjectivity. My optionals scores across attempts from 2017, (263,281,215,248,297) shows it, despite giving my best in every attempt. So one needs a lot of patience and perseverance. Also , try avoiding attributing success and failure to your own capabilities. Keep faith in your self. Don't compare yourself with others and disrespect yourself.

Keep giving the exam with your best efforts, till fortune favours you

Also i believed having a strong backup or plan B after my failure in 3rd attempt (i joined job and prepared while working in 4th and 5th attempt) really helped me keep my spirits high.

.

Ill write a detailed strategy and share it by this weekend, so that it can help aspirants appearing for mains.

Thanks a lot for this community and wish everyone all the very best.


Many Many congratulations to you !

Thank you sir.

Though we could never personally meet, I got benefitted from your blog posts right before pre , mains or even interview. Would love to meet you someday in person.

Forum is a really good community, and discussions here from aspirants help us to relate ourselves with them. There are many aspirants whose journey is similar to me, we used to share our pains, frustrations and problems in this long journey. I used to go by multiple aliases like valar_morghulis and the current one.

I met my best friends in this journey through forum community itself. With arrival of telegram etc, there may be decline in its activity, but the threads during 2018,2019 time are very good.

DM,Auroraand10 otherslike this
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 @CSLWARRIOR  @AzadHindFauz   @Arsene  @TheFinalStand @Pam123 @Bubba_gump @Apollo11@sjerngal

Would y'all be willing to answer some questions (Only if not giving this Pre, that is :D) ? Can we have a separate thread for this?

I'm specifically interested in knowing timeline of your preparation. When you completed 1st reading of GS & Optional? Mains Topics? When did you start with Pre-Mocks, Answer Writing? How did you allocate time post-Mains?, etc.

Also, your revision strategy.



AzadHindFauz,Pam123and10 otherslike this
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 @CSLWARRIOR  @AzadHindFauz   @Arsene  @TheFinalStand @Pam123 @Bubba_gump @Apollo11@sjerngal

Would y'all be willing to answer some questions (Only if not giving this Pre, that is :D) ? Can we have a separate thread for this?

I'm specifically interested in knowing timeline of your preparation. When you completed 1st reading of GS & Optional? Mains Topics? When did you start with Pre-Mocks, Answer Writing? How did you allocate time post-Mains?, etc.

Also, your revision strategy.



Sure, why not !!

Bubba_gump,Jammuand4 otherslike this
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Thank you@Neyawn sir. I have immensely benefitted from the institution especially the SFG program. Prelims was my Achilles heel in past two attempts and this time I joined the SFG and religiously followed both the levels and was able to comfortably clear prelims and other stages of this examination. It wouldn't be an exaggeration if I say SFG as the road to clearing this examination. At least in my case it was. Similarly the CA classes was one stop solution for GS papers.

Though I haven't been an active contributor to this community but was always a silent observer. The community kept me updated about what others are doing especially during the mains examination. This helped me keep abreast and not get complacent.

Sir, conversation with you couple of weeks before mock was the confidence booster I needed before the interviews. The sessions that you took during the SFGs, before mains and interviews were like gospels, if properly followed, add immensely to one's confidence, which is a key ingredient for cracking this exam. 

I haven't met you in person sir but would definitely want to connect with you once. Thank you sir for your guidance to the community in general. 

dalpha,DMand6 otherslike this
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@sjerngalThanks! I'll (or anyone can) create a thread day after tomorrow, and tag you, so that those giving this prelims can also ask post-Pre preparation doubts


Morticia,
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@morsmodre much needed!


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