UPSC IAS Prelims Current Affairs Test Series 2023 (15 Tests)
This test series is designed to help the aspirants to get command dynamic portion of the syllabus very comprehensively. This will also help them to check their conceptual clarity and performance through regular and quality tests. The tests would help the aspirants to revise the dynamic content multiple times and will expose them to their weaknesses as well as strong areas.
We would be asking questions at par with UPSC hence even if you score less, you should not worry. Your focus should be on conceptual clarity and understanding.
This test series will help the aspirants to systematically complete their syllabus so that now they can devote more time for revision. This test series is designed to keep the aspirants on the track and will help them to sustain their efforts and discipline. Even if you could not complete the syllabus, give the exam on the specified date and try to reduce your backlogs.
LBASNAA IAS CA Test Series (L-CATS) will help you achieve the following things:
Firstly, it would help you to judge your performance at regular intervals and secondly it would help you to identify your strengths and weaknesses i.e. which subject need more time with respect to others. Simultaneously, it would surely help you to reduce your silly mistakes during an exam where even 1 or 2 marks can cost you the whole year.
Salient Features of the L-CATS
- Quality of questions: Questions would be thoroughly researched covering the most trusted resources like the Standard textbooks, NCERTS, Government documents, Reports, surveys, PIB, ARC Reports, Economic Survey, Budget Document etc
- VALUE ADDITION NOTES (VAN) -VAN will cover dynamic part with due consideration given various newspapers, magazines etc
- REVISION PART–Tests are so arranged that it would lead to at least 10 times revision.
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Schedule UPSC Prelims CA Test Series 2023
|Test No.||Subject||Tentative Date of Test|
|Test 1||April Current Affairs||15 May 2022|
|Test 2||May Current Affairs||15 June 2022|
|Test 3||June Current Affairs||15 July 2022|
|Test 4||July Current Affairs||15 August2022|
|Test 5||August Current Affairs||15 September 2022|
|Test 6||September Current Affairs||15 October 2022|
|Test 7||October Current Affairs||15 November2022|
|Test 8||November Current Affairs||15 December 2022|
|Test 9||December Current Affairs||15 January 2023|
|Test 10||January Current Affairs||15 February 2023|
|Test 11||February Current Affairs||15 March 2023|
|Test 12||March Current Affairs||15 April 2023|
|Test 13||April Current Affairs||15 May 2023|
||May Current Affairs
||2 June 2023
|Test 15||June Current Affairs and Revision Test||10 June 2023 (Subject to UPSC Preliminary Date)