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Here, Some information about IAS Exams Preliminary and Mains.
The first step to test oneself in Civil Service examinations is preliminary exam. The exam paper will be segregated into two sections: Paper I (General Studies) and Paper II (Aptitude Test). Both the papers would carry 200 marks each.
Paper I includes current events, history, geography, economic, social development and general issues on bio diversity and Paper II covers interpersonal skills, decision making abilities and so forth.
Since, preliminary examination does not require an in-depth focus under each subject, hence, it is suggested that students should concentrate on reading NCERT high school textbooks. Along with this, UPSC wants candidates to be loaded with facts regarding the past and current events, for which the candidate must thoroughly read newspapers. While reading the newspapers, one must keep his/her focus on people, places and events. It is suggested that the candidates should never forget to make notes of all the major happenings covered by the newspapers. One should collect the last 16-18 issues of competitive magazines and note all the important events to promptly go through before the examination. Reading good general studies books would be an additional advantage. For geographical knowledge, one should look at an atlas to store the required knowledge about places, cities, continents or countries in his/her long term memory.
NOTE: Since preliminary examination consists of negative marking, the candidates are advised to only answer the questions which they are fully assured of. Speed and accuracy is another crucial point to keep in mind while attempting Civil Services Preliminary exam.
Paper 2 entirely examine your aptitude; hence it covers topics like comprehension, interpersonal and communication skills, logical reasoning, decision making ability, general mental ability and basic numeracy or data interpretation. One should try to solve the question papers of last 5 years; this will enhance the ability to answer questions smartly.
Guidelines for attempting the paper:
Firstly, the candidates should focus on easy questions
The candidates should leave the difficult questions
Also, the candidates should make only intelligent guesses and not random guesses
Now the focus should be on revision and not on covering new topics
Practice as many test papers as possible