Expected Cutoff of NDA/NA-I, 2017

NDA/NA-I will be conducted on April 23rd,2017  As UPSC conducts national level written examination NDA  for the admission in  National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy examination (NA).Every year about 5 lakh,12th qualified or appearing candidates appears in this examination. NDA examination is held twice in a year by UPSC.

Question paper of UPSC NDA/NA examination 2017 will be difficult in comparison to previous years NDA/NA Examination. Difficulty level of Maths question paper will be at Moderate level. So maximum no of students will be able to attempt at least 80% questions accurately.

If you attempt at least 60 to 70 % accurately then I think this will be safe score for NDA/NA examination. Expected Cutoff marks for UPSC NDA/NA Examination 23rd April 2017 Subject Maximum Marks expected cutoff marks for Mathematics will be like 120-150 (approx.)out of 300.

In General Ability Test it will be likely 200-225 (approx.) out of 600.

Candidates who will be declared qualified for NDA written exam will be further called up for SSB. After declaration of cutoff UPSC will publish the list of Roll no. of qualified candidates for Admission to Army, Navy and Air Force Wings of the National Defence Academy.

Now student want to know the expected cut off for NDA (I). The applicants can now get relaxed after checking the cut offs of previous years. It was analyzed that NDA Cutoff marks remains same except few changes.

Candidates must have fair and clear cut trend analysis from last three years.

Last three years trend analysis is given below you can also conclude:


NDA-1 (max. marks 900)
NDA-2 (max. marks 900)
2014 360 283
2015 306 320
2016 288 315

Major kalshiClasses Pvt. Ltd. is expecting around 330 markswith at least 30% marks in each subject.
So students, gear up yourself & don’t leave any stone unturned to clear the NDA Exam with flying colours.
Major Kalshi Classes Wishes You All Best!!!

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