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Is CSAT compulsory for UPSC?
Yes, CSAT is the compulsory paper in the UPSC exam. It is also known as the general studies-2. However, CSAT is a qualifying paper which means candidates only need to score at least 66 marks out of 200 on this paper. Candidates must analyze the risks before answering as there is a negative marking of 0.83.
Will CSAT be removed from UPSC?
Is CSAT Paper Removed from UPSC 2021? According to the news coming in this area, CSAT Paper will not get removed from the UPSC examination. It depicts the personality, analysis, mindset, logic, and knowledge of the candidate. It will get conducted like always with the guidelines.
When did CSAT start in UPSC?
it is a part of the Civil Services Examination for Prelims which is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). CSAT was introduced in 2011 to assess UPSC aspirants’ analytical skills, comprehension, interpersonal skills, decision-making and problem-solving abilities, aptitude, and reasoning ability.
Which CSAT is best for UPSC?
CSAT Book 1 – Analytical Reasoning- M K Pandey. CSAT Book 2 – The Mantra of CSAT Paper II by Gautam Puri. CSAT Book 3 – General Studies Paper-II for UPSC Preliminary Examination by Tata McGraw Hill. CSAT Book 4 – Cracking the Civil Services Aptitude Test Paper-II by Arihant.