UPSC IAS 2020- Union Public Service Commission is one such exam for which lakhs of aspirant apply for thousand or less than thousand seats. If you are preparing for UPSC then you must be knowing the importance of giving quizzes. Many students inspite of giving ample number of study hours couldn’t even clear the prelims because they couldn’t complete their revisions on time and the best way to do revision is to give quiz of that respective subject or topic because this way you can cover maximum topic in less time. We at Adda247 understands the value of good study material and that is why we are providing you the quizzes for all the subjects. We are giving you the direct link of the quizzes of different subjects you can take and check your preparation level.
Steps to Attempt Bankersadda UPSC 2020 Daily Quiz
Step 1: Click on the the subject of your choice to start you attempting your quiz.
Step 2: Log in with your registered E-mail id in App and in web store. if you haven’t registered then you have to first register your e-mail id. Once you are logged in, You can easily attempt the test.
Step 3: Once you click on the Start button of the test. A page of Instructions will pop up. Make sure to Read the instructions carefully before starting the test to avoid any inconvenience during the test. After reading the instructions click on the check box given below the instructions.
Step 4: Select the Language of your choice and click on Start Test to begin.
Step 5: Check your performance by checking your score card to analyze your rank, marks scored. You can also check the time spent on each question.
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UPSC Civil Services Selection Procedure
UPSC Civil Services Recruitment 2020 is considered as one of the toughest due to the nature of the exam. It comprises if 3 stages:
UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam: It is qualifying exam and has two papers: GS and CSAT. CSAT marks are not considered for cut-off but students are expected to clear it with 33% marks while the GS paper is of 200 marks and 100 questions which forms the part of cut-off. In GS paper, an aspirant have to clear cut-off marks in order to reach the next stage of the recruitment. Both the paper is objective in nature.
UPSC Civil Services Main Exam: The Main exam is the crucial stage and is considered the hardest because its marks are used to prepare for the final merit list. It consist of 9 papers in total, out of which 2 papers carries 300 marks each and they are qualifying in nature while the rest of 7 papers carry 1750 marks. All the paper are subjective in nature.
UPSC Civil Services Interview Round: Interview round is very important in UPSC Civil Services Exam because it consist of 275 marks and it’s mark is added in the merit list .
So, aspirants start your preparation now and keep visiting bankersadda for latest update related to this recruitment.