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Is calculator allowed in UPSC math optional?
No, Candidates are not allowed to take calculators inside the examination hall for Mathematics paper in the IAS mains exam.
What type of calculator is allowed in UPSC Maths optional?
They should not therefore, bring the same inside the Examination Hall. Candidates will be allowed the use of Scientific (Non-Programmable type) Calculators at the conventional (Essay) type examination of UPSC, i.e. for the Main Examinmation.
Is calculator allowed in UPSC Maths optional quora?
After you clear prelims, there are certain technical optional Subjects like Mathematics, Management, Commerce and accountancy etc where Non Programmable type of Calculator is allowed to use. Thanks for A2A Hitesh. Hope this helps 🙂 What are the list of books I need to study to prepare for UPSC Pre and Mains?
Which calculator is allowed in UPSC mains?
The use of a calculator is not allowed for UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam. However, candidates are allowed to use scientific (non-programmable type) calculators at the mains examination of UPSC.
Is UPSC Maths optional easy?
Any good maths graduate should find the questions of an easy to medium difficulty level. Not many UPSC candidates take up this optional, so your competition is limited when compared to subjects like history or sociology.
Which optional is easy to score?
Answer: Sociology, Geography, and Public Administration are easy subjects to score. Many candidates have scored more than 400 marks in these optional subjects as per the previous year’s result.
How long does it take to complete Maths optional UPSC?
On average it will take 6-7 months. Then as per your understanding, comfort level and efforts, you can take less or more time. People who do not have prior exposure to Maths are going to take 7-8 months at least.
Is next IAS good for maths optional?
Mathematics optional paper rewards students who focus on conceptual clarity and hard work through consistent practice. Students do not need to learn or memorize much. Hence, making it a preferred choice for optional amongst most of the students.
Is maths most scoring subject in UPSC?
High Objectivity and hence Scoring – Maths is and has always been a scoring subject, be it in the UPSC exam or any other exam.
Can I wear watch in UPSC exam?
Use of normal or simple wrist watches by candidates is allowed inside the Examination Rooms/ Halls.