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Which type of questions asked in UPSC Prelims?
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.
What type of questions are asked in mains UPSC?
Type of Questions Asked in Paper A UPSC Mains Essay (100 Marks) Reading Comprehension (60 marks) Precis Writing (60 Marks) Translation (2 Questions of 20 marks each of translation to and from specific language to English)
What kind of essays are asked in UPSC?
Democracy. Media & Society. Judiciary. Philosophies. Education. Environment/urbanization. Social justice/poverty. Economic sector.
Is UPSC only Mcq?
The qualified candidates from the prelims are provided with a separate hall ticket for the Mains. The marks obtained here are of utmost importance and are considered final while getting a national rank. To answer the question “Is UPSC Mains MCQ type?” No, they are not.
Is UPSC mains Mcq type?
No, the UPSC Mains does not consist of MCQs. UPSC Mains is a subjective type paper where detailed and comprehensive answers are expected.
Do UPSC questions repeat?
Yes! UPSC papers have repetitions of questions from previous year’s papers, but only for certain topics.
Is UPSC very tough?
It is indeed immense and contains a diverse range of subjects, unlike many other exams where you need expertise only in one or two subjects. If you look at the success rate in the IAS exam, you will understand why it is considered one of the toughest exams in India and some say, the world.
Is UPSC interview very difficult?
UPSC Interview is one of the toughest rounds to crack. It requires the application of mental acumen. One can develop only if a candidate possesses the aptitude and skill to absorb knowledge.
How much is 150 words in UPSC?
In the GS papers, there will be 20 questions in each paper. Here, two types of questions are asked- 10 marks questions with a word limit of 150 words and 15 marks questions with a word limit of 250 words.
What are the 5 compulsory subjects in UPSC?
What are the compulsory subjects for UPSC exam prelims? In UPSC Prelims, the compulsory subjects are Indian Polity and Governance, General Science, History, Geography, Economic and Social Development, etc.