Ask Me Anything || CSAT Prelims Strategy || by Ravi sir
Date & Time: Jan 10, 2022 @07:00 PM (login starts 06:45 PM onwards) India
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Meeting ID: 970 9473 0353
Most of the aspirants don’t think about CSAT preparation until the fag end of UPSC Prelims only because it’s a qualifying paper. You have to get 33% of total marks i.e 66 marks to be clear Prelims. Failure to do so, will prevent you from writing Mains even if you have scored above 100+ marks in the GS Paper.
Since the last two years, the English Comprehension passages are getting lengthier and the Mathematical questions trickier. Let’s take a look at the 2012 CSAT Paper and compare it with the 2021 CSAT paper.
2014 CSAT Paper
Here the questions are asked chapter by chapter and are basic-to-moderate. Questions are direct and straightforward without much combination numerals.
2021 CSAT Paper
There is no particular order of questions asked. Immediately after LR questions, we have a question on time and distance. Also the questions are moderate-to-advanced. One cannot find out the answer in first glance itself. There is no one-size fits for all approach or a uniform formula by which you can crack the sequential questions.
Free Open to All CSAT Session by Civilsdaily Mentor Ravi Sir
If you have to clear the paper, then you have to attempt atleast 50 questions out of 80. Out of these 50 questions, 27 need to be right. There is also negative marking of 1.5 marks for every wrong answer. Hence, for aspirants from a non-mathematics background the challenge lies in practising for CSAT without reducing time for GS Preparation.
Do you want to know how you can complete both the lengthy comprehension passages and tricky mathematical questions within the stipulated time? Then it’s time you attended Civilsdaily Mentor Ravi sir’s webinar on Sunday.
Ravi sir has cleared UPSC Prelims six times and attended the Interview round thrice. As a mentor, Ravi sir is a lifelong UPSC aspirant because he daily reads, checks and evaluates the right study materials for his students. On Monday, he will conduct a session on CSAT which is free for every aspirant to attend. All you have to do is register yourself for the session.
Key Takeaways in the CSAT Session Conducted by Ravi Sir
1. Topic-wise live demonstration on how to solve problems.
2. Examples of easy, moderate and advanced questions to solve.
3. Variety of questions under each topic.
4. Previous year question paper analysis from 2013 onwards. How to be ready for the new paper pattern.
5. Books one can refer for CSAT test series practice and to understand the concepts.
6. How to practice CSAT without compromising on GS paper studies.
7. Topic-wise weightage in Quantitative Aptitude.
8. Ravi sir will solve your doubts in a Q&A discussion towards the end of the session.
If you want to know the secrets of finishing the CSAT paper in 2 hours, then this webinar is for you! We hope this webinar will help all 2022 aspirants implement the suggestions of Ravi sir
Date: 10 January 2022 (Monday)
Time: 7 P.M.