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 tricky nature of UPSC. Our 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

⦁ Problem solving

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