8PM – Test 2 > Nikaalo Prelims Revision Test Polity 2 + Top 20 Ranks for Polity 1

Dear Students,

We had over 3000 students attempt the last test. Hence we have decided to display the top 20 ranks.

This quiz is more factual. Try to get over 13 questions correct in this test. 

Dear students,

1. In the comments section, share your score and also let everyone know the logic you’ve used to mark certain answers. This will trigger intelligent discussions benefitting everyone.

2. Completing the test should be your top priority. Focus on accuracy rather than simply attempting more questions. Give enough thought to each question, we have increased the time limit so you can do this.

3. At the end of the test, click on ‘View Questions’ button to check the solutions.

*You can attempt the test multiple times for your own practice but only your first attempt will be counted for rankings.



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Pramod Kumar

Though explanation is correct but, first statement is also correct if we go by the sentence .
Conclusion is not adequate.

Sajal Singh

Which question?

Divya Murugesan

I think it is 11th Question.

Mohit Sharma

sir,please explain ques-10 . how the removal of CIC chairman is similar to that of UPSC chairman?

Mohit Sharma

please check ques-5 and ques 13 ..related to the language of HCs and SC. explanations of both the ques are contradicting each other!!!!!

Roshni Bai

Q.no.13. The official languages Act 1963 enables Governor of a state with the previous consent of the President to authorize the use of Hindi or any other official language of the state for judgment, decrees and order passed by High court of the states . But they should be accompanied by English translation .