It’s a rule that robbed the luxury of a second thought.
the first time, civil services aspirants who appeared for the preliminary exams
on Sunday had to shade the Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) answer coding sheets
with black ball point pens instead of pencils. And it was challenging for many
because once they pick out an answer and shade one of the options black with
pen, it will be final. They can’t go back to erase the marking on a second
throught as it had been possible with a pencil.
As the questions are mostly in statements that run into more than five lines,
aspirants had to spend more time on each questions before deciding on the