Chronicle IAS Academy is going to conduct a Civil Services Chronicle Current Affairs Aptitude Self Assessment Test on 20th November 2016 @ free of cost for all the civil services aspirants. This test is uniquely designed to commensurate with the current pattern of Civil Services Prelims exam which is largely asking questions on current affairs issues. Just to remind you, for the past few years the UPSC is shifting away from static portion of syllabus towards contemporary topics. This “shift” caused us to introduce exclusive current affair test to increase your chances of success by coping up with the UPSC requirements.
The objective of this test is to give you an insight into “what constitutes current affair?” for this exam. That is to say, you must be studying whole lot of material available online and offline even then extracting relevant topics for CSE prelims becomes a humongous and tricky task. Considering this challenge, this year we have come up with an exclusive Civil Services Chronicle current affairs theme based paper that shall be conducted on 20th of November 2016 followed by 11 Civil Services Chronicle Current Affairs full length test papers. The questions framed would test your current affairs aptitude in length and breadth. Papers will be formulated exclusive by Civil Services Chronicle content team.
Chronicle research team is blessed with over 25 years of experience in the field of guiding civil services aspirants thus well placed to provide essential and relevant inputs for making the upcoming test series most productive, reflective and competitive.
We are confident, after taking this exam your current affairs quotient would increase by atleast 50% and the rest would depend upon practice.
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