GS MAINS TEST SERIES - 2018
by CSE 2017 RANK HOLDERS
&
Distinguished Domain Experts.

UNIQUE FEATURES:

AIR holders would help in the following way:

Delhi and Hyderabad Classroom Centers & Online / Offline

GS Mains Test Series Starts from 17 th June,2018

General Studies Mains Test Series Schedule: Read More

“Look at the sky. We are not alone. The whole universe is friendly to us and conspires only to give the best to those who dream and work.”

APJ ABdUL KALAM

An aptitude to approach the Mains exam as per the expectations of the UPSC is sine qua non to the achievement of success in the Civil Services Exams. Every marks count in the challenge of survival and being a part of the steel frame to serve the country. While every candidate puts best efforts, some get outstanding marks while others fail moderately and miserably too. It is also heard from the aspirants that :

  1. Someone overworked in a particular area of General Studies but got the least marks in that paper only.

  2. I could not replicate the same marks in the GS papers as the previous years.

  3. I wrote a better answer than my friend but he got better marks than me.

  4. I used to get the best marks in the. Test Series but my final marks were not in sync with the evaluation scheme/ trend.

  5. I fail to understand the demand of the exam for scoring high marks /meaning of Answer Writing Skills.

  6. How to use Data/ Charts/ Graphs/ Case Studies/ Diagrams in the Mains Answer.

  7. I know more than 'X' but got less marks than ‘X’.

THE TEMPEST/TURBULENT TIMES IN FINDING AN ANSWER TO THESE QUESTIONS HAS MADE US THINK TO ENVISAGE THE FOLLOWING MAINS ANSWER WRITING GUIDANCE PROGRAMME -:

Course-1: TSAWP PROGRAM (Test Series Cum Answer Writing Program)

Course-2: MBTS PROGRAM (Module Based Test Series Program)

Course-3: DAWP PROGRAM (Daily Answer Writing Practice Program)

UNIQUE FEATURES OF THE COURSE:
TSAWP (Test Series Cum Answer Writing Program)

We have involved All India Rank Holders in CSE- 2015,2016,2017 in setting the question Papers for our Mains Test Series and Answer Enrichment Programme. They would render the following assistance to the aspirants-:

MBTS PROGRAM (Module Based Test Series Program)

DAWP PROGRAM (Daily Answer Writing Practice Program)

The Civil Services Mains Exams are coming up, the big day is looming, and deadlines will be fast-approaching round the corner – yet you just can't seem to knuckle down and get your head in the books. Sound familiar?
Many of us will be able to relate to the trials and tribulations associated with preparing for the CSE Mains, but there is also a solution. Here are the top ten issues faced by students and how to conquer them:

  1. PROCRASTINATION IS AN APTITUDE OF THE LOSER: Since answer writing is a skill which is cultivated in a gradual process do not procrastinate to take your vulnerabilities head on.

  2. ORGANISATION IS THE KEY TO UNLOCKS THE GATES OF HIGH MARKS: Getting organised is key to finding enough time for all your revision, but balancing studying with the fun stuff in life can be difficult. Building a revision plan helps you manage your time more effectively. It gives you a clear idea of the subjects and topics you'll be revising each day and helps you organise your studies around your life. Our MAINS ANSWER WRITING PROGRAMME has been designed to cater to these challenges.

  3. PLANNING IS PREPARING TO WIN THE BATTLE: So you've got your revision organised around your social life but you're unsure about what you need to know for the exam, so check the syllabus, you can get a copy from the exam board's website and work through it. Tick off everything on the list and you won't miss a thing.

  4. REVISING BUT NOT PRACTISING IS LIKE EATING BUT NOT DIGESTING: Revising is essential, but being unable to put your new-found knowledge into practice is a big blunder. Doing test papers for each topic you're covering is a great way to test how much you have retained and will highlight any gaps in your knowledge. You can find past papers on exam board websites or on sites such as Get Revising.

  5. NOT LEAVING ENOUGH TIME: We want you to start well in advance of your exams. It may sound like a cliché, but there's nothing worse than the panic and stress of last minute cramming. If you start weeks in advance you'll get a good pace and edge and you can go to teachers/ mentors for help on any topics you're stuck with. Start gently and early and keep a good revision pace.

  6. TOO MUCH TO DO SO YOU PUT IT OFF : Break down the subject into ordered sections. This will make it a lot less daunting and you'll know exactly how much you've done. If you break a subject or module down into some ten to 20 sections it won't seem like much of a chore and they won't last long either.

  7. LOSING TRACK OF WHAT YOU'VE COVERED: Timetables and study planners, Test Report Card can work for you. We will keep track of your performance and see what you've covered, how long you've spent on one subject compared to another, and where you need to spend more time.

  8. NO MOTIVATION: Why are you doing all this revision? Stick up a picture on your wall of your dream, whatever it is you want at the end of all this swotting and keep your goal in sight. Our mentors and toppers of CSE will help you to remain motivated.

  9. CAN'T REVISE FOR ESSAY EXAMS: If you're doing a subject that requires you to write an essay in your exam, start your revision by writing a detailed plan of exactly what you want to say. Rewrite it again but, every time you do, reduce the amount of detail. Eventually you will end up with just basic prompts. You can use these to help you write your essay from memory and check it against your original plan.

IMPORTANT POINTS RELATED TO TEST SERIES

• Fee once paid is non-refundable and non-transferable in all circumstances.

• VVR IAS reserves all rights related to admission.

• VVR IAS reserves all rights to make any changes in test series schedule/test writing days and timing etc., if need so arises.

• VVR IAS test centers will be OPEN on ALL DAYS for test writing.

• Interaction with the faculty and toppers will be subject to their availability at fixed time and day as per slots given to the candidates


G.S MAINS TEST SERIES (MICRO DIVISION OF SYLLABUS)


TEST-1: POLITY + GOVERNANCE + SOCIAL JUSTICE +I.R

INDIAN POLITY

GOVERNANCE ISSUES:

SOCIAL ISSUES & JUSTICE:

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS:

TEST-2: POLITY +I.R

INDIAN POLITY:

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS:

TEST-3: ART & CULTURE+INDIAN SOCIETY AND SOCIAL ISSUES

INDIAN SOCIETY AND SOCIAL ISSUES:

WORLD & INDIA: PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND SPECIAL CLIMATIC EVENTS ETC.

TEST-4: MODERN INDIA+POST MODERN INDIA & WORLD HISTORY

TEST-5: ECONOMY + SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT & SCIENCE TECH.

TEST-6: ECONOMY + ENVIRONMENT + DISASTER MANAGEMENT + INTERNAL SECURITY

ENVIRONMENT:

DISASTER MANAGEMENT INTERNAL SECURITY

TEST-7: ETHICS + CASE STUDIES

TEST-8 : ETHICS + CASE STUDIES

TEST-9 : G.S PAPER-I. FULL LENGTH.

TEST-10 : G.S PAPER-II, FULL LENGTH

TEST-11 : G.S PAPER-III, FULL LEGTH

TEST-12 : G.SPAPER-IV, FULL LEGTH.

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