CSAT Classroom Course
There are two papers in the UPSC Preliminary Examination – GS Paper 1 and GS Paper 2 (CSAT). The CSAT paper is qualifying in nature and 33% (66 out of 200) marks is required to ensure that the marks in GS Paper 1 are considered to arrive at the merit list for UPSC Prelims Examination. Even though one needs to score only 33% marks in CSAT (GS Paper- II), it can become a little tricky given the unpredictable nature of UPSC, amid the increase in the difficulty level every year. NEXT IAS CSAT Programme covers all aspects of UPSC Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) syllabus thoroughly. The course will cover comprehension; Interpersonal skills including communication skills; Logical reasoning and analytical ability; Decision making and problem solving; General mental ability; Basic numeracy and Data interpretation.
Centre For Ambition is launching a CSAT Module for Prelims 2021 . It will be a 120+ hrs comprehensive programme along with Practice Tests. The Meticulously designed programme aims to prepare students for the UPSC CSAT Examination 2020.Enroll Now
Constituents of Classroom Programme
Why CSAT Paper (II) can’t be taken lightly?
Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) ostensibly easy, as one just needs 66 marks out of 200 to qualify it, has been found to be a tough nut to crack. The qualifying nature of the paper has made many aspirants complacent, taking it lightly, and focusing only on Paper-I.
However, this approach has resulted in aspirants failing to clear the Prelims Examination. Hence, CSAT despite being qualifying, is important in the wake of recent trends and needs to be covered diligently to ensure a place in the UPSC Main examination.
How many marks are required to ace CSAT?
Being a qualifying paper, it is important to get at least 33 % marks which are 66 out of 200.
A cursory look at the trends in CSAT paper suggests that the difficulty level of the paper is increasing year on year.