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Duration: 5 months
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Video: 90hr
Level: Beginner

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civil services aptitude test for upsc ias 2021

Civil Services Aptitude Test, a compulsory part of Civil Services Examination, that act as a screening test to Civil Services Main examination Conducted annually by Union Public Service Commission of India.

Syllabus

  • English Comprehension
  • Comprehension
  • Inter-personal skill and communication
  • Decision-making ability
  • Maths
  • Reasoning

Strategy

Take up a UPSC CSAT previous year paper (any one of 2011-2018) and find out how much you can score without practice.

  • If you are scoring less than 100, there is a lot of work to be done. Start practising daily for 2-3 hours for the coming 5-6 months .
  • If your score is somewhere around 100-130, then you are weak in some particular areas for e.g. comprehension or basic numeracy OR your speed may be less than required. Know those areas, and work on them on a daily basis for the coming months for getting conceptual clarity and speed.
  • If score is around 130-150, you may be weak in any one of the areas or your speed of solving paper may be slow. Whatever it is, you need some practice for lets say something close to 2-3 months.
  • If you have scored around 170-190, know that you need not study for paper-2. Just 15-20 days before the exam, start solving mocks so that you can increase your speed; improve your accuracy and work out few areas where you may be making 3-4 mistakes regularly.

Math

1
CSAT (Math) Class 01
3:41:42
2
CSAT (Math) Class 02
3:52:44
3
CSAT (Math)Class 03
3:34:48
4
CSAT (Math) Class 04
3:49:49
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CSAT (Math) Class 05
3:36:41
6
CSAT (Math) Class 06
2:06:15
7
CSAT (Math) Class 07
1:18:21
8
CSAT (Math) Class 08
2:17:21
9
CSAT (Math) Class 09
2:05:39
10
CSAT (Math) Class 9 (Part -2)
1:10:10

Reasoning

1
Reasoning Lecture -1 (Clock Part-1)
2:06:29
2
Reasoning Lecture -1 (Clock Part-2)
1:15:19
3
Reasoning Lecture -2 (Part-1)
2:26:18
4
Reasoning Lecture -2 (Part-2)
1:22:28
5
Reasoning Lecture -3 (Ranking Part-1)
2:17:15
6
Reasoning Lecture -3 (Ranking Part-2)
1:24:48
7
Reasoning Lecture -4 (Sitting Arrangement Part-1)
1:14:37
8
Reasoning Lecture -4 (Sitting Arrangement Part-2)
1:26:59
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