Preparation for an optional is never complete without adequate practice. Mathematics may look easy but it requires a or of practice to score well in the UPSC Examination.The best way to optimize practice is to join a test series that covers the syllabus in entirety.
NEXT IAS Mathematics Test Series is being launched to ensure students cover the entire syllabus through questions. The Test Series will include detailed explanation in addition to personalised feedback of every test paper by the faculty which will aid students in identifying the weak areas.The guidance will also ensure students work hard to strengthen the weak areas and polishing strong areas of the syllabus.
Mathematics, being a rewarding subject, can fetch students high scores if students work hard in the right direction. Hard Work, coupled with Next IAS Test Series and personalised feedback, shall make the student exam-ready by the end of the Test Series.
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Test series provides a pool of questions to practice, this inculcates the ability to write answers which can't be developed overnight. Technical optional requires problem-solving aptitude and Mathematics is no different. Test series is the best mode of analysing one's preparation, well before the actual exam. Moreover.
It is important to analyse after each test. Analysing everytest will help the student identify strong areas and weak areas helping him craft his/her strategy accordingly for the UPSC CSE 2020.
Test series helps in inculcating discipline and Time management skills among the aspirants.The exam day makes an individual do funny things. To be well prepared, the mind and the writing hand must be exposed in several battles before your hand and mind becomes war (UPSC) ready.
Mathematics being the optional subject in many examinations apart from Civil services exams like IFoS and ESE, it would help you in all these examinations, in case if you want to appear in them.
Mathematics test series will commence soon.
Sociology has always been a popular optional subject in Civil Services Mains Examination. It has been observed that every passing year its popularity has increased substantially with the tremendous performance of the candidates. After preparing the subject, a quality Test Series is must for Practice and real time handling of questions, which helps aspirant score better.
NEXT IAS Sociology Test Series has been designed by the NEXT IAS Research & Development Team under the guidance of Faculty with an objective to ensure a complete coverage of the syllabus, along with the demand of the subject and at par with pattern of the UPSC Mains Examination.
Sociology test series will commence soon.
NEXT IAS launches “ Philosophy Test Series” to cover the entire syllabus in a comprehensive manner through sectional and full length test papers. Questions in the test series are framed taking into note the fundamental concepts and also its application in the present day scenarios.
The Test Series helps students evaluate and improve constantly during the course of the Test Series. With well researched questions prepared after researching the present trends and previous year UPSC Papers, students get to know and improve their weak areas and polish the strong areas of the subject.
Philosophy test series will commence soon.
Next IAS “ Civil Engineering Test Series” is designed to help students prepare and practice the entire syllabus through a series of tests. The Test Series will help students analyse their strengths and improve on their weaknesses before they appear for the UPSC Main Examination.
Next IAS “ Electrical Engineering Test Series” is designed to help students prepare and practice the entire syllabus through a series of tests. The Test Series will help students analyse their strengths and improve on their weaknesses before they appear for the UPSC Main Examination.
Electrical Engineering test series will commence soon.
Next IAS “ Mechanical Engineering Test Series” is designed to help students prepare and practice the entire syllabus through a series of tests. The Test Series will help students analyse their strengths and improve on their weaknesses before they appear for the UPSC Main Examination.
Mechanical Engineering test series will commence soon.
Geography as an optional subject is quite popular among aspirants both from technical and humanities background. Being a widely preferred optional subject among aspirants, a good Geography Test Series can be crucial in the selection of many.
NEXT IAS “ Geography Test Series” has been designed to cover all bases of the subject in a comprehensive manner through sectional and full length test papers. Test Questions are framed taking into consideration the fundamental concepts and incorporating the dynamic concepts.
In wake of the complexity of the concepts in geography paper, it becomes necessary to practice the optional as much as possible before appearing in the Mains Examination. A test series designed in view of the above discussed could help to provide enough practice to the students so that they can feel comfortable with slightly twisted questions also.
Geography test series will commence soon.
NEXT IAS “ Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) Test Series” has been designed with meticulous planning to benefit students in the best possible manner. The Test Series consists of sectional tests followed by full length tests to enable students identify their strong and weak zones, and accordingly orient their preparation.
Political Science and International Relations has emerged as one of the most popular Optional subjects for Civil Services Examination among Aspirants. A relatively concise syllabus, high percentage of overlapping topics with General Studies Paper and dynamic nature of paper makes it an easy pick for the students.
A well designed Test Series with Expert Guidance can help students to have an edge in the Exam and that is what NEXT IAS is focusing through the Political Science Test Series.
PSIR test series will commence soon.
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