The GS Prelims Test Series offered by Gaurav IAS is planned and performed in the same manner as the actual examination. It assists students in recognising their strengths and weaknesses so that they can be resolved prior to the test. The GS Paper- 1 has assumed greater significance in deciding the success of a candidate in the Preliminary Test which seeks to eliminate non-serious candidates..
Via a wide range of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) over the course of the Test Series, these Comprehensive Test Series will assess aspirants' knowledge and train them to build the right attitude for the UPSC Prelims. Aspirants can reduce the number of errors they make during the UPSC Prelims Exam by practicing with these test series.
UPSC standard MCQs provide comprehensive coverage of the entire UPSC Prelims exam syllabus.Sectional Assessments are structured so that students can cover each subject thoroughly in a reasonable amount of time and assess their results using our tests.
The scope of questions varies from factual to hypothetical, proportionally dividing in each of the Test Articles, strictly adhering to UPSC pattern.
MCQ options have also been arranged in such a way that students can use elimination strategies when answering questions.
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