“Mock tests help me evaluate my knowledge-wise and help me eliminate the options that are not known to me. The more you practice, the better clarity you can get on any topic.” - Nidhi Siwach - IAS 2018
Our team has mentored thousands of students in the last 3-years, including Anudeep Durishetty AIR 1 UPSC CSE 2017, Monica Kishore AIR 41 UPSC CSE 2018, Swati Sharma AIR 18 UPSC CSE 2019, and one thing that was common among all the toppers is the strategy that they had to prepare for the exam. So, keeping that in mind, we've curated this Mock Test Series considering the latest events and weightage of different topics as per the recent exam trends.
A mock test is a practice test that can help you evaluate the knowledge that you have gained in your preparation. While knowledge can be developed by reading standard books, the latter are problem-solving skills, elimination skills, and decision-making with practicing previous year papers and solving high-quality mock test papers.
1. 42 Subject wise tests (25-30 questions each)
2. 20 Full-Length GS Mock tests (100 questions)
3. 15 Full-Length CSAT mock tests(80 questions)
EduRev Tip: Since 2015, the CSAT paper was made to be a qualifying paper, but the questions being asked are becoming difficult year by year. Though qualifying in nature, we suggest you attempt these 15 tests to be ahead of the others.
Note: All the tests will be covering the entire syllabus mentioned in the UPSC Civil Services Examination preliminary examination notification.
Details about each section of UPSC CSE Prelims Mock Test Series:
Section 1: 42 subject-wise tests are specially designed in correlation with Current affairs following the recent trend of questions asked in the UPSC Civil service preliminary exam.
Section 2: Full-Length Mock Tests (20 GS Paper 1 + 12 CSAT Paper 2). At Edurev, we have specially designed these tests as per questions weightage and standard as per previous 8 years UPSC Civil service examination prelims (2013 to 2020).
EduRev Tip: For tests on every topic, we have designed tests for your practice. You can check out subject-wise EduRev courses to solve more questions and practice to crack the exam.
There are 2 types of tests in the course: Subject Wise & Full-length mock test series.
We also recommend attempting Daily Current Affairs MCQ Tests regularly to stay updated for the upcoming UPSC Exam.