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Which pen should I use for UPSC mains?
The best pen UPSC Prelims exam is a black ballpoint pen. UPSC in its instructions it is mentioned using a black ballpoint pen.
Are color pen allowed in UPSC Mains?
As the Mains Examination is a subjective paper. So, choosing the right pen for the exam becomes crucial. In the Prelims Exam, UPSC has allowed using only a black ball point pen to answer in the OMR Sheet. And, in the Mains Exam, an aspirant can use either a black or blue pen.
Is black pen allowed in UPSC mains?
In the Mains Examination, the candidate can use any pen which is black or blue. Choosing the proper pen and practicing with it long before examination gives you a sense of relief before the examination. The pen should be lightweight should not stress your fingers, able to hold for a long time.
Is Trimax pen good for UPSC mains?
Point: No, Trimax is not the best pen. It slows you down. In fact there is NO best pen.
Which pen is used by Shubham Kumar?
Shubham used to write with Reynold’s Trimax refill only but that is only subjective. Try different strategies and go for what works best for you. Try to keep your answers in points and very precise.
Which pen did Kanishak Kataria used?
If you are still interested, I used a Hauser blue gel pen for all my exams. On the day of the examination, write for 15-20 minutes before leaving for the test centre.
How can I write fast in UPSC mains?
Get the correct tool. First of all, you must get the correct pen to write the exam with. Rectify your technique. Write crisp. Prepare diligently. Think before starting to write. Take care of the word count and the marks allocated. Practice.
Which colour pen is used by IAS officer?
Since the year 2000, senior bureaucrats of the level of Joint Secretary and above were given the liberty to writes notes on files in red/green ink while junior bureaucrats could only write notes in blue or black ink.
Does handwriting matter in UPSC mains?
To clear the UPSC civil services exam, you must practice writing answers and when you do this, you should practise for good handwriting as well. It will definitely help you in scoring good marks in the mains exam. If you already have clear handwriting, don’t bother too much about not having ‘beautiful’ writing.
Can I write UPSC with tattoo?
Wearing a tattoo doesn’t restrict you to appear for UPSC civil services. IAS aspirants and civil service aspirants can definitely have a tattoo on their body parts except for the face, finger, forearm, and other parts, which are generally visible.