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UPSC civil services preliminary exam 2023

UPSC civil services preliminary exam 2023

The UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) conducts the Civil Services Examination every year in three stages – Prelims, Mains, and Interview. The UPSC Preliminary Exam is the first stage of the Civil Services Examination, and it is decided to take place on 28th MAY 2023.

The UPSC civil services preliminary exam 2023 is a screening test, and its purpose is to shortlist candidates for the next stage, i.e., the Mains Exam. The Preliminary Exam consists of two papers – General Studies Paper 1 and General Studies Paper 2 (popularly known as CSAT).

General Studies Paper 1 consists of 100 questions, and each question carries 2 marks. The paper covers topics such as Indian History and Culture, Indian and World Geography, Indian Polity, Economic and Social Development, Environmental Ecology, Biodiversity, and Climate Change, and General Science.

General Studies Paper 2 (CSAT) consists of 80 questions, and each question carries 2.5 marks. The paper covers topics such as Comprehension, Interpersonal Skills including Communication Skills, Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability, Decision Making and Problem Solving, General Mental Ability, Basic Numeracy, and Data Interpretation.

It is important to note that the UPSC civil services preliminary exam 2023 has negative marking, and for every incorrect answer, one-third of the marks allotted to that question will be deducted. Therefore, it is crucial to attempt only those questions that you are confident about and avoid guesswork.

To prepare for the UPSC Preliminary Exam 2023, candidates should start their preparation well in advance. They should follow a comprehensive study plan, cover the entire syllabus, revise regularly, and practice mock tests and previous year question papers.

Apart from self-study, candidates can also join coaching institutes that provide quality coaching for the UPSC exam. It is essential to choose a reputable coaching institute that has experienced faculty members, a comprehensive study material, regular mock tests, and personalized attention.

In conclusion, the UPSC Preliminary Exam 2023 is expected to take place next year, and candidates should start their preparation early to ensure success in the exam. With the right strategy, dedication, and hard work, candidates can crack the UPSC Preliminary Exam and move one step closer to their dream of becoming a civil servant.