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How many questions asked from current affairs in UPSC?
Geography – 14 questions. Science and Technology – 12 questions. Indian Polity – 20 questions. Current Affairs – 4 questions.
Is current affairs enough for UPSC?
Yes. Current Affairs is very important for UPSC Preliminary examination. It also plays a vital role in the Main Examination and Personality Test.
How many questions are asked in prelims from current affairs?
The Prelims stage of the UPSC CSE Exam has two papers (General Studies and CSAT). Both the papers of this stage have objective type questions. The General Studies paper of the UPSC Prelims has 100 questions, whereas the CSAT paper has 80 questions.
Is 1.5 year current affairs enough for UPSC?
The question should actually be “How many months of current affairs for IAS Prelims 2022 is required?” Usually, we advise candidates to start their preparation a year before, in a similar way, we recommend covering the issues in the news from 18 months or at least 12 months prior to the UPSC Exam.
How many months current affairs needed for UPSC?
There is no fixed duration for the current affairs to be covered by UPSC for the civil services exam. Still, a year or atleast 6 months of current affairs must be prepared.
Is 2 years current affairs enough for UPSC?
At least, the last 2-years current affairs should be covered before UPSC Prelims and Mains. However, in reality, the span of current affairs in the UPSC exam can be much larger – like 5-10 years.
Can I skip current affairs for UPSC?
Don’t want to read newspapers all the time? Don’t worry! Reading newspapers is not necessary to crack UPSC’s current affairs.
How many questions are asked from current affairs in UPSC Prelims 2022?
Best 25 Current Affairs Topics/Questions Expected in UPSC Prelims 2022. Given below is the compilation of the 25 most expected topics/ questions from the Current Affairs section that can be asked in the UPSC Prelims in 2022.
How can I strong my current affairs in UPSC?
Concentrate More on Analysis. Most of the candidates just give importance to memorizing the current affairs. Linking of Topics. Newspapers. Magazines – Use Limited Numbers with Proven Track Record. Notes – Make it a Habit. Revise – Consistency. Limit your Sources.
Do UPSC questions repeat?
Yes! UPSC papers have repetitions of questions from previous year’s papers, but only for certain topics.