Test Yourself for Prelims/CSAT 2021
Test yourself in a real exam-like environment to dig out your compatibility with India’s most sought- after exam. In order to measure your potential candidature for the upcoming civil services exams, test your eligibility confronting the same.
In order to measure your potential candidature for the upcoming civil services exams, test your eligibility confronting the same.
The modus operandi
We conduct the simulated UPSC Prelims exam (online) on the same day with the same Papers of UPSC Prelims being conducted on 4th Oct.2020. Exam schedules are as follows:
GS-I: 3.30-5.30pm (100 Qs/objective)
GS-II/ Aptitude test: 7.30-9.30pm (80 Qs/objective)
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Q1. What is the age limit for appearing in this exam?
Ans. 20-35 years
Q2. What will be the type of questions
Ans. objective type
Q3. Is it the same question paper of CSAT 2020?
Ans. Yes, same question papers on the same day.
Q4. What shall be the mode of examination?
Q5. Do I need to appear in examination center?
Ans. No (you can appear on our web-link)
Q6. Duration of exam?
Ans. 2 Hrs for each pa
Q7. What would be the benefit of appearing in the exam?
Ans. The thrill of giving exam one year in advance would not only motivate you about the exam but also helps you to understand your weak and strong areas of preparatio
Q8. What is the language of exam?
Ans. In English only (UPSC conducts the exam in Hindi & English medium)
Q9. Who can appear?
Ans. Any graduate, Final year graduation students, any working professional (Teachers/ Engineers/ Doctors/ Group-I services employees)
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