Chronicle has successfully begun its test series. Tests covering NCERT are now over. We are about to began prelims sectional and comprehensive mock tests. These tests will cover advanced and in depth topics to assure your success in Civil Services examination. Analyzing the trends of the past few years paper’s, it has been observed that UPSC is asking questions in every possible dimensions that goes beyond the coverage of basic standard books such as NCERTs. For example, in the Ancient India there was a concept of “Shrenis” the UPSC has asked its features and nature, which most likely only history optional student can attempt. Although the concept has been touched in the NCERT books but you should know that these books are written for primary to secondary level students only, although UPSC wants you to know these concepts but not with the some vertical depth and horizontal width as those of secondary level students. So they are formulating question (barring some exceptions) on topics covered in NCERTs but with some variation. They are actually checking how extra mile you are going for IAS/IFoS exam. It reflects your alertness and activeness towards details of a topic.
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Keeping in view this pattern and demand of this examination, we have designed and bifurcated our test series in three levels. First level exclusively based on NCERT is now over. This level has covered all the topics given in NCERT. Now we are close to our second stage where students’ knowledge will be tested at advance level. This will be done through formulating questions by referring to some advance books such as Bipan Chandra for History of Modern India, Subhash Kashyap for Polity of India, Government reports for all current politico-economic development in the country.
These tests are sectional in nature to give you enough time to refer to these books and enhance your conceptual understanding. Moreover in this test series ‘integrated approach’ will be followed. This approach will be thus: topic will be picked from basic NCERT books but content will be taken from specialized books mentioned above. This approach, though, would expose you to higher difficulty level, but, at the same time will enlarge your knowledge base. In addition to these sectional tests we shall be conducting comprehensive mock tests.
These comprehensive mock tests will be 8 in number. These tests will include all syllabus as prescribed by UPSC. You can be assure to assess yourself in real time basis and at least eight times prior to the evaluation of UPSC while attempting these tests.
The nature and objective of these full length mock test papers will be to give you real exam-like feel. The level of comprehensiveness will be advanced in these tests. These tests will cover all the contemporary topics appearing in newspapers and relevant for UPSC. For example recently in an Avalanche TPP was signed. So every possible dimension of this topic will be targeted to include in these tests. All the possible syllabus topic linkage will be explored to formulate a question.
These tests will also encourage and enable you to cover these advanced and specialized books along with current affairs from relevant national and international sources which would not only be beneficial for your prelims but also for your mains as well as interviews.
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