The term “cut-off score” refers to the average score a student must obtain on a test in order to be considered “proficient” or “pass.” It is the minimal exam score required for a student to advance to the next level. Only those individuals who meet or above the cut-off scores would be eligible for the next round of the screening process.
ICAR AO Cut Offs
On the ASRB official website, the candidates’ scorecards for the ICAR AO exam have been posted. The following are the details of ASRB ICAR AO previous years cut off marks:
The marks obtained by the last candidate who qualified for the interview for the position of Administrative Officer are listed below category wise.
Administrative Officer – Final Cut off – Minimum Marks
|Category||Marks(Out of 700)|
|Unreserved Category (UC)||351|
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||344|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||309|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||310|
|Persons with Disabilities (PwD)||No Post|
Administrative Officer – Final Cut off – Maximum Marks
|Unreserved category (UC)||434.5|
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||417.75|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||394.375|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||384.5|
|Persons with disabilities (PwD)||No Post|
Factors Affecting ASRB AO Cut off Marks
- The previous year’s ASRB Marks will have an influence on the current year’s ASRB AO cut-off tier 1 and ASRB AO cut off tier 2
- The total number of applicants who enrolled for and attempted the ASRB AO Exam will also influence the cut-off marks.
- The cut-off marks will be computed by comparing the results of all candidates.
- The difficulty of the exam paper also influences the cut-off marks.
- The number of openings listed will also influence the cut-off points.