Chronicle is starting an All India Prelims Test Series 2017 from 8th Jan, 2017. There will be a total of 27 tests comprising Sectional, Comprehensive and Current Affairs.
There are three ways of writing the Test Series: Online, Postal and Classroom (For Delhi & Noida). The Online Test Series is for Rs. 6000, Postal Test Series is for Rs. 10000 and Classroom (For Delhi & Noida) Test Series is for Rs. 10000. There is also a limited period offer of 25% off.
In 2016 Civil Services Examination Prelims, about 67% of questions in Civil Services Prelims Paper were close to or directly from Chronicle’s All India Test Series.
The Chronicle All India Prelims Test Series is based on the latest pattern of UPSC Prelims syllabus. It aims to provide an effective strategy and right mentorship to the help the candidates evaluate their performance and boost their confidence. Given the current affair orientation of CSE Prelims 2016, core emphasis is given on the fusion of Current Affairs with traditional topics in the Test Series. Current Affairs of last one year from July 2016 onwards will be covered in detail with latest developments and updates. The Total 27 Tests are divided into 8CSC Current Affairs Test, 6 Sectional Tests, 8 Mock GS Tests and 5 Mock CSAT Tests. The static questions will be based on standard reference books. The dynamic questions pertaining to updates in Current Affairs will be from India Year Book, Yojana, Kurukshetra, Civil Services Chronicle, various govt. reports and leading newspapers, etc. The test will be followed by detailed classroom discussion on the same day where detailed solutions will be provided and queries will be resolved. Tests will be conducted in both English and Hindi medium and an All India Ranking will be provided to all the enrolled students.
The test series will conclude on 21st May. Join at the earliest to avoid missing any tests.
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