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- Why test Series are Important?
Test Series is the Best way of Revision: Syllabus of UPSC and State PCS are so humongous that revising them becomes a very upheaval task and further remembering even the after revision is cumbersome. Test Series helps you do this to some extent as it is more engaging and cover important concepts.
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3. is upsc exam difficult?
Sure, the UPSC exam can be called tough because of the factors as mentioned above. But, as said before, it is not unassailable. If you follow a strategy and prepare with direction and in the right approach, you can easily crack this exam.
4. Which exam is more difficult-UPSC or state PSC?
From conceptual point of view- upsc is toughter and from factual point of view- state psc are tougher. Now various states have shifted their exam pattern on lines of upsc but still there is much difference.
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7. What is the UPSC exam pattern?
Therefore, UPSC exam pattern is crafted in a manner which is case study oriented, while giving importance to current affairs and trending issues in collaboration with past years government schemes and national policies. Being the first stage of Civil Services exam, Prelims is the first step which takes the aspirants towards the ladder of Success.
8. Is there any Telegram channel for Free UPSC Preparation?
Yes, @upsc_iassquad provides free notes and materials for free of cost.