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AI- tool ChatGPT fails to clear UPSC Civil Services Prelims exam

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ChatGPT has failed the UPSC exam, which was administered by Analytics India Magazine (AIM).

AIM asked the chatbot 100 questions from UPSC Prelims 2022 Question Paper 1 (Set A), but it could only correctly answer 54 of them. The overall cut-off point is 87.54. As a result, the AI chatbot failed the paper.

Chatbot powered by AI ChatGPT first made headlines in the context of exams when it passed the final exam for MBA students at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.

Since its debut in November 2022, it has grown in popularity around the world, prompting many educational institutions to prohibit its use in exam rooms. It also fared well in the US medical exam.

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The questions ranged from Indian current affairs to history, geography, economy, general science, ecology, and so on.

According to OpenAI, ChatGPT has limited knowledge of the world and events after 2021. AIM claims that they sent ChatGPT all 100 questions from UPSC Prelims 2022 Question Paper 1 (Set A). Surprisingly, ChatGPT, an AI chatbot, could only answer 54 of 100 questions.


ChatGPT, an AI chatbot, was asked questions about geography, economy, history, ecology, general science, and current events. According to reports, ChatGPT failed to respond because the current affairs questions were also based on 2022. However, the report also claims that ChatGPT provided incorrect answers to questions from sections such as General Science, Geography, and Economics.

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The questions were not time-sensitive because ChatGPT does not have information about events after September 2021. Nonetheless, it provided incorrect answers to questions about geography and the economy.

ChatGPT added the option ‘None of the Above’ to certain multiple-choice questions that were not present in the original question.

In a subsequent update Many institutes have prohibited the use of ChatGPT, an AI tool. ChatGPT, the chat-friendly AI bot, has made headlines for its amusing remarks, quick tools, and assistance with students’ homework assignments. The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Board Exams, are currently in session, and the Board has issued a set of board exam guidelines. The use of ChatGPT powered by artificial intelligence has been prohibited by the Board.

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