Chronicle IAS Academy is going to conduct a Chronicle All India Self Assessment Test for General Studies (Paper I) on 19th November 2016 at free of cost for all the civil services aspirants. The objective of Chronicle All India Self Assessment test is to make you aware of your present standing vis-à-vis Civil services prelims exam 2017 preparation. This is going to be a full length test covering complete syllabus and pattern of UPSC. Moreover, the questions in GS Paper I test (and following tests) are formulated after extensive brainstorming and consultation with teachers, students and Chronicle Civil Services magazine content team.
Chronicle research team is blessed with over 25 years of experience in the field of guiding civil services aspirants to tackle enormous general studies syllabus thus well placed to provide essential and relevant inputs for making the upcoming test series most productive, reflective and competitive.
The GS Paper I self assessment test will serve as a wakeup call for a long tedious march to prelims 2017. Considering the “convenience” factor of aspirants, this test will be conducted in both online and offline format. Further, answers key along with the detailed explanation of each and every question will be provided. The key feature of this test and the whole test series will be “All India Ranking” for every student to make him/her aware of their relative performances.
After receiving enthusiastic response from the aspirants of previous test series for enrolling in this test, we can humbly tell you that Chronicle All India Self Assessment test for GS Paper I will just be a replica of prelims 2017 on every parameter including quality, environment and competition. The test is structured to let you know the evolving pattern of this highly competitive civil services exam. This test will make you identify your weak area such as clarity with fundamentals, inappropriate (fundamentals) application skills, messy time management, exam time worry or fear etc. From our experience we can confidently say once you know your weaknesses than assume half of the battle is won, and the rest will depend on your practice with consistency. This exam will undoubtedly improve your chance of appearing for Civil services main examination 2017 by at least 50%.
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