UPSC IAS Prelims Exam: CSAT Basic Numeracy Study Material
Basic Numeracy is a part of General Studies Paper II (CSAT) of UPSC IAS Prelims Exam. However, it has been only qualifying in nature but it also requires at least 33% marks to qualify the IAS Prelims Exam. In other words we can say that if an UPSC IAS aspirant could not score at least 33% marks in CSAT paper then his/her General Studies Paper I will not be evaluated. So, this paper also requires practice and for which we have provided practice questions on various topics of basic numeracy.
Athar Imam Raza
Jun 28, 2016 12:30 IST
In the Civil Services Prelim Examination, the CSAT paper has been made qualifying in nature from 2015 onwards. The candidates have to score at least qualifying marks in the paper but in case, if a candidate could not be able to score the required qualifying marks in CSAT Paper then his/her other papers will not be evaluated. So, it is important for the candidates to do preparation in such a manner that there must not lay them in any suspicion of underscoring.
Here, we have provided practice questions on various topics of Basic Numeracy. One of the most important parts of such MCQs of Basic Numeracy is that it also gives an edge in PCS Exams of various states: