BATCH – 1 (AUGUST BATCH)

31 Tests :: 39 Weeks :: 3100 Questions

Test Series Batch - 1

Test Series Batch – 1 starts in the month of August and is designed in such a way that students can subscribe to this test series until 15th October without losing any test. This batch is the longest batch for test series and is the best suited for those students who wish to keep their studies very regular and focused, and are starting with prelims-cum-mains preparation right from the beginning. It consists of 31 tests of 100 questions each, totalling 3100 questions, spread over 39 weeks’ program. All tests are online. Students can attempt them on our website on desktop/ mobile and through our android app ‘Zuccess’.

All the tests are on Sundays with some Sundays off. All the 31 tests contain sufficient portion of current affairs of the preceding months of that test. We have made it sure that each test contains minimum 25% questions from current affairs to start with and their proportion will keep increasing. All 31 tests are of the level of UPSC exam. All the topics and books to be read by students are mentioned in the prospectus.

The test series is divided into three parts – 16 Topic-wise test papers followed by 5 Revision Tests followed by 10 Comprehensive Tests.

There are total 16 Topic-wise test papers – for Polity (3 tests), History (4 tests), Geography (4 tests), Economy (3 tests), Environment (1 test) and General Science (1 test). Each test is focused on specific topics of a particular test. There have been appropriate offs during these tests. The purpose of topic-wise tests is to make you regular with your studies/ whether you studying right whatever you are studying. Major number of questions of the topic-wise tests will be basic and concept based and fewer will be application based. The topic-wise tests are followed by 5 Revision Tests. Revision Tests include one each for Polity, History, Geography, Economy, and Environment & Science. Revision tests are full syllabus tests of a particular subject. There have been appropriate offs during these tests. The purpose of the revision tests is to check whether you are studying the way you should study. Major number of questions of the revision tests will be advanced & application based and fewer will be basic.

The Revision Tests are followed by 10 Comprehensive Tests. Comprehensive tests are full syllabus tests of all subjects. There is no weekly off during the comprehensive tests. The tests will finish on 13th May 2018. The purpose of the comprehensive tests is to check whether you are ready for the UPSC Exam or not.

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Start Date – 19th August. This batch can be subscribed until 15th October.
All Tests are on Sundays
Test No./No. of Qs Subject Topics Date Books for reference Level of questions Purpose of the test
All Tests shall contain approximately 25% questions from the current affairs of the preceding months
Test-1 100 Qs. Polity-1
  • Historical Underpinnings
  • Evolution & Making of the Constitution
  • Features and Significant Provisions
  • The Preamble
  • The Union and its Territory
  • Citizenship
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Directive Principles
  • Fundamental Duties
  • Basic Structure of the Constitution
20-Aug PRIMARY SOURCE: Laxmikanth
SECONDARY SOURCE: NCERT New - IX Class Democratic Politics Part I
Major no. of questions will be Basic/Concept Based; Few will be Application Based Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-2 100 Qs Polity-2
  • Political systems: Democratic & Non-Democratic, Parliamentary & Presidential, Unitary & Federal, Direct and Representative, Republic and Monarchy etc.
  • Constitutionalism
  • President
  • Vice President
  • Prime minister
  • Central Council of Ministers and Cabinet committees
  • Posts like Cabinet Secretary, Chief Secretary Etc.
  • Parliament: The Council of States, The House of People, Disqualification and Vacation of Seats, Presiding Officers of Parliament
  • Houses: Their Working, Legislative Procedures in Parliament, Budget
  • Powers and Functions of Parliament: Its Role, Committees of Parliament, Parliamentary Forums
  • Governor
  • Chief Minister
  • State Council of Ministers
  • State Legislature
  • Indian Federalism
  • Centre State Relations
  • Supreme Court
  • High Courts
  • Subordinate Courts: District Courts, Gram Nyayalayas, ADRs, NALSA etc.
  • Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive.
  • Ministries and Departments of the Government
27-Aug PRIMARY SOURCE: Laxmikanth. SECONDARY SOURCE: NCERT New - X Class Democratic Politics Part II, NCERT New - XI Indian Constitution at Work. Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based; Few will be Application Based Practice Test/To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-3 100 Qs Polity-3 ·
  • Amendment of Constitution
  • Emergency Provisions

  • Constitutional & Non-Constitutional Bodies·
  • Election Commission
  • Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
  • State Public Service Commission (SPSC)
  • Finance Commission
  • CAG
  • Attorney general of India
  • Advocate general of India
  • Special officer for Linguistic Minorities
  • National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC)
  • National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST)
  • National Commission for Backward Castes ( NCBC)
  • NITI Aayog
  • NHRC, Governing Council, SHRC, CIC, SIC, CVC, CBI, Lokpal, Lokayukta, NCPCR etc.
  • Panchayati Raj
  • Local Urban Government

  • Elections and Other aspects
  • Representation of People's Act
  • Election Process
  • Transparency & Accountability
  • RTI, Citizen’s Charter, e-Governance
3-Sep PRIMARY SOURCE: Laxmikanth.
SECONDARY SOURCE: NCERT New - XI Indian Constitution at Work.
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Revision Time No Test
Test-4 100 Qs History-1
    Ancient Indian History
  • Prehistoric period
  • Harappan/ Indus Valley Civilization
  • Vedic Age
  • Mahajanapadas
  • Religious Reforms
  • Mauryan Age & Post-Mauryan Age
  • Sangam Age
  • Guptas Age & Post Guptas Age(Brief History, Salient Features, Social, Economics, Religious and Cultural conditions of all the above)

  • Art & Culture
  • Architecture: Indus Valley Civilization, The Mauryan Architecture, The Sungas, Kushanas, Satavahanas & Guptas, The Temple Architecture, Indo-Islamic Architecture, Modern Architecture
  • Sculpture: Indian Sculpture and Different schools of Art
  • Indian Paintings: Historical development - Wall Paintings, Cave and Mural Paintings, Miniature Paintings, Mughal Paintings, Rajput Paintings, Folk Paintings, Other Paintings, Modern Indian Paintings & Personalities
  • Religion and Philosophy
    Religion: Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, Judaism
    Philosophy: Six Schools of Philosophy, Ajivika, Lokayata etc.
  • Indian Music: Classical Music, Hindustani Music, Carnatic Music, Folk Music Tradition
  • Indian Dance: Classical Dance forms in India, Folk Dances, Modern Dance in India
  • Puppetry and Theatre: Different forms of Puppetry in India, Theatres in India: Folk Theatre, Modern Theatre, People Associated with Theatres, Indian Cinema and Circus·
  • Language & Literature: Indian Language, Indian Literature·
  • Fairs, Festivals and Craft: Religious Festivals, Secular Festivals (States & UT’s), Art & Crafts·
  • Science & Technology, Ancient, Science & Technology, Medieval Science & Technology, Famous Personalities in Ancient and Medieval India·
  • Promotion and Preservation of Indian Heritage: Indian Word Heritage Sites, Cultural Heritage Sites, Natural Heritage Sites, Important Institutions
17-Sep PRIMARY SOURCE (Ancient History): NCERT R S Sharma CLASS XII, NCERT CLASS VI: OUR PAST.
SECONDARY: Tamil Nadu board class XI
PRIMARY SOURCE: Indian Art and Culture - Nitin Singhania
SECONDARY SOURCE:NCERT New XI Class - An Introduction to Indian Art
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Primary Source of Books means the books which are must do. Secondary Source should be done if time permits
Test-5 100 History-2 Medieval History/Medieval History/ Art and Culture
  • Northern India - Age of Three Empires
  • The Cholas Empire
  • Economic and Social Life
  • Education and Religious Beliefs
  • The Age of Conflicts
  • The Delhi Sultanat
  • The Delhi Sultanat - Khaljis and the Tuglaqs
  • Government and Economic and Social Life under the Delhi Sultanat
  • The Age of Vijaynagara and the Bahmanids, and the coming of the Portuguese
  • Struggle of Empire in the North India 1400-1525 AD
  • Cultural Development in India
  • Struggle of Empire in the North India 1525-1555 AD
  • Consolidation of Mughal Empire
  • The Deccan and South India
  • India in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century
  • Economic and Social Life Under the Mughals
  • Cultural and Religious Developments
  • Climax and Disintegration of the Mughal Empire I
  • Climax and Disintegration of the Mughal Empire II
  • Art and Culture
  • Languages in India
  • Religion in India, Indian Literature
  • Schools of Philosophy
  • Indian Cinema
  • Science and Technology Through The Ages
  • Calendars in India
  • Fairs and Festivals of India
  • Awards and Honours
  • Law and Culture
  • Martial Arts in India
  • Cultural Institution in India.
24-Sep PRIMARY SOURCE: NCERT Satish Chandra CLASS XII,NCERT CLASS VII.
SECONDARY: Tamil Nadu board class XII.
PRIMARY SOURCE:Indian Art and Culture - Nitin Singhania.
SECONDARY SOURCE:NCERT New XI Class
- An Introduction to Indian Art.
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-6 100 Qs History-3 India under East India Company’s Rule Administration
  • Struggle among European powers in India
  • Regulating Acts and Charter Acts: Regulating Act of 1773, Pitt’s India Act 1773 and Charter acts of 1784, 1793, 1813,1833, 1853
  • Indian Kingdoms in 18th century: Marathas, Punjab, Mysore, Hyderabad etc.
  • British Expansion policy: Doctrine of lapse, Subordinate alliance etc.
  • Economic policies and their impact
  • Education Policies
  • Socio - Religious Reform Movements in the 19th century India - Arya Samaj, Brahmo Samaj, etc.
  • The Great Revolt of 1857
  • Changes in Indian Administration after 1858-GOI ACT 1858, Councils Act, 1861, 1892
  • Growth of Political Ideas and Political Organisations (up to 1885)
  • Foundation of the Indian National Congress
  • Moderate Phase (1885 – 1905)
1-Oct PRIMARY SOURCE:NCERT Bipin Chandra NCERT class VIII: our pastSpectrum - Rajiv Ahir OR INDIA'S STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE by BIPIN CHANDRA (follow any one)
SECONDARY: TAMIL NADU BOARD CLASS XIIB.L. Grover (Only NCERT Topics) (may add in revision)
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
This batch can be subscribed until 15th October
Test-7 100 Qs History-4
  • Partition of Bengal and the Swadeshi Movement
  • The first phase of Revolutionary and Terrorist Movement
  • The Morley-Minto Reforms or the Indian Councils Act, 1909· The Lucknow Pact (1916)
  • The Home Rule Movement
  • Montague-Chelmsford Reforms or the Government of India Act, 1919
  • The Khilafat Movement (1920-22) and Non Cooperation Movement
  • The Left Movement
  • The second phase of Revolutionary and Terrorist Movement
  • Anti-Simon Commission Agitation (1928-29)
  • Nehru Report, 1928
  • The Lahore Session, 1929
  • The Civil Disobedience Movement (The first phase)
  • Second Phase of Civil Disobedience Movement
  • The Government of India Act, 1935
  • Provincial Elections and Formation of popular Ministries in Provinces, 1937
  • The Struggle in the Princely States: The Praja Mandal Movement –
  • The Second World War and the National Movement
  • The August Offer 1940
  • The Individual Satyagraha 1940-41
  • The Cripps Proposal, 1942
  • The Quit India Movement, I942
  • Subhas Bose and Indian National Army
  • Rajagopalachari Formula & Deasi Liaqat plan
  • Wavell Plan and Simla Conference 1945
  • General Elections in India, 1945
  • Naval Mutiny: 1946
  • The Indian Independence Act, 1947
    Other Dimensions
  • Tribal Movements
  • Peasants Movement
  • Dalit Movements
  • Women movements
  • Role of Press and Publications
  • Role of Business groups
  • Foreign policies of British IndiaMiscellaneous: Reforms / Acts / Committee, Congress Sessions, Governor –General Viceroys etc.
8-Oct PRIMARY SOURCE:NCERT Bipin Chandra NCERT class VIII: our pastSpectrum - Rajiv Ahir OR INDIA'S STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE by BIPIN CHANDRA (follow any one)
SECONDARY: TAMIL NADU BOARD CLASS XIIB.L. Grover (Only NCERT Topics) (may add in revision)
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-8 100 Qs Geography-1 Physical Geography of the world
  • Origin and evolution of Universe, Solar system
  • Geological History of the Earth
  • Geological Time scale
  • Latitude and Longitude including important Parallels and Meridians
  • Motions of the Earth and their effects
  • Inclination of the Earth’s Axis and its effects
  • Local and Standard Time and the International Date Line, Calendar
  • Eclipses - Solar, Lunar
  • Geomorphology - Interior structure of the earth, Earth’s crust,
  • Classification of rocks.
  • Landform Development - First order (continental drift theory, sea floor spreading, plate tectonics theory), Second order (Mountains, Plateaus, Plains & other landforms)
  • Internal forces & their impact - Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Folding, Faulting, Isostasy)
  • External forces & their impact - Weathering, Erosion & landforms thus developed
  • Climatology - Structure, Composition of atmosphere
  • Weather & Climate
  • Insolation, Heat Budget, Distribution of temperature, Temperature Inversion
  • Pressure and Pressure belts
  • Winds - Planetary, Seasonal and Local; Jet Streams
  • Precipitation-Forms & Types, Distribution of rainfall
  • Air Masses, Cyclones and anti-cyclones
  • World Climatic regions
  • Oceanography - Features, Ocean waves, currents, tides & Tsunamis, Temperature & Salinity distribution, marine resources
  • Biogeography: Soils - Classification, distribution, erosion & Conservation
  • Continents - Major physical features, natural resources
22-Oct PRIMARY SOURCES: FOR ALL GEOGRAPHY TESTSNCERT -Old 6th Class Land and People - Part 1NCERT -Old 7th Class Land and People - Part 2NCERT -Old 8th Class Land and People - Part 3NCERT -Old 9th Understanding EnvironmentNCERT -Old 10th Geography of IndiaG C LEONGNCERT - New - 6th Class Earth Our HabitatNCERT - New - 7th Class Our EnvironmentNCERT - New - 8th Class Resources and DevelopmentNCERT - New - 9th Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-9 100 Qs Geography-2 Physical Geography of India
  • Location: Latitude, Longitude
  • Northern Mountains, Plains of India, Peninsular Plateau and Islands of India.
  • Himalayan and Peninsular Drainage System
  • Spatial and temporal distribution of temperature, pressure, winds and rainfall
  • Indian Monsoon: mechanism, onset and variability; spatial and temporal variations
  • Climatic Regions of India
  • Classification of Soils
  • Problems of Soil and Conservation
  • Forests and their distribution, Forest Conservation
  • Map Based Questions from India (Location of state, city, river, lakes, important places including Ramsar sites, Biosphere Reserves, Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks)
29-Oct Class Contemporary India Part INCERT - New- 10th Class Contemporary India Part IINCERT XI - New - Fundamentals of Physical GeographyNCERT XII - New - Fundamentals of Human GeographyNCERT XI - New -India Physical EnvironmentOrient Black Swan Oxford School Atlas Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-10 100 Qs Geography-3 World Economic and Human Geography:
  • Natural resources and mineral resources and distribution of key natural resources across the world
  • Agriculture and agro-climatic regions
  • Industry and location factors
  • Infrastructure
  • World Population, density & distribution, races & tribes, settlements & migration
  • Map Based Questions from World (Location of state, city, minerals, industries etc.)
5-Nov SECONDARY SOURCES:Majid Hussain(Only NCERT Topic)D R Khullar(Only NCERT topics) Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-11 100 Qs Geography-4 Indian Economic and Human Geography:
    Agriculture typology and major Crops grown in India Agro-Climatic Regions Land Reforms and Land use pattern Animal Husbandry, Fisheries and Aquaculture Water Resources- Availability and potential: Lakes, rivers, dams, power and irrigation projects, wetlands and inter-linking of rivers Mineral Resources- classification and distribution Energy Resources- conventional and non-conventional resources Population and Growth trends - density, sex ratio, literacy, tribes and racial groups in India Rural and Urban Settlements- types and patterns Industries- types and their locational factors Transport and Communication -railways, highways, inland water transport, shipping and sea-ports, air transport Map Based Questions from India (Location of state, city, minerals, industries etc.)
12-Nov Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Revision Time No Test 19-Nov
Test-12 100 Qs Economy-1
  • National income, GDP, GNP, Market Price and Factor Cost, NNP, NDP, transfer payments, National income at FC, Personal Income, disposable income, factors affecting national income, net foreign facto income
  • Measurement of national income: value added method, income method, expenditure method, Application of various methods, Base year, GDP deflator
  • Debates around GDP and other indices
  • Unemployment: Types of Unemployment: Structural, Seasonal, Frictional, Cyclical, Nature of Unemployment in India
  • Five year Plans: Priorities and Performance, Issues related to planning Economic Policies till 1991
  • Economic Reforms since 1991: End of license Raj, Liberalization, Privatisation and Globalisation, FDI, FII, issues, challenges etc.
  • Infrastructure: IT, Communication, Urbanization, Transport, Mining, etc.
26-Nov PRIMARY SOURCE: Ramesh Singh,9th to 12th NCERT
SECONDARY SOURCES:Pratiyogita Darpan (Special edition Economy).
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-13 100 Qs Economy-2 Money and Banking
  • Money: Definition, Functions and significance, Evolution of Money, Money supply in India and factors affecting it
  • Banking:
    Need of banks, Function, Commercial Banks
    Central Bank: Importance, functions, Structure, Policy tools, Monetary Policy (CRR, SLR, OMO, Repo and Rev Repo, MSF etc.)

  • Banking Reforms
    Government budgeting and Fiscal Policy
  • Budgeting: Evolution of Budgeting, Institutions and Laws, The Union Budget: Components - Revenue Account, Capital Account, Measures of Government Deficit etc., Weaknesses in the Budgetary Process
  • Fiscal Policy: Public Finance - Role and Importance, Public Expenditure - Revenue and Capital, Development and Non-Development, Public Revenue - Sources of Revenue, Taxes: Classification, Direct and Indirect, Specific and Ad Valorem, Social and Economic Objectives of Taxes, Objectives of Taxation, GST, d.) Public Debt, Deficit Financing
  • Capital Markets: Basic Terms and Concepts, Equity and debt Instruments, Primary market and Secondary markets etc.

  • Agriculture:
  • Recent trends in Agriculture Sector,
  • Cropping System and Pattern;
  • Agricultural Marketing and Reforms;
  • Agricultural Research;
  • Sustainable Agriculture;
  • Animal Husbandry
  • PDS
  • Farm distress and government initiatives

  • Industrial Sector:
  • Industrial Policies,
  • Licensing
  • MSME
  • Labour Reforms
  • Companies Act
  • Make in India, Skill India
  • Challenges in Industrial development
  • Organised and unorganised sector
  • PPP, Investment models
  • Recent initiatives taken by the govt., etc.
3-Dec PRIMARY SOURCE: Ramesh Singh,9th to 12th NCERT
SECONDARY SOURCES:Pratiyogita Darpan (Special edition Economy).
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-14 100 Qs Economy - 3 Services:
  • Banking,
  • Insurance,
  • Aviation,
  • Tourism,
  • Issues and potential of services sector
  • Inflation: Definition, Inflationary Gap and Inflationary Process, Inflation Cycles: Demand Pull Inflation, Cost Push Inflation, Causes of Inflation, Inflation Control measures
  • International Trade and Bodies: IMF: Purpose and Objectives, Organization and Functions, Working and Evaluation, IMF and Underdeveloped Countries, SDR's, Reforms etc., World Bank, Bilateral and Regional Cooperation
  • Foreign Trade of India: Trade Policy, Product wise trade, Region wise trade, Subsidy boxes, WTO related issues and India
10 - Dec PRIMARY SOURCE: Ramesh Singh9th to 12th NCERTS
SECONDARY SOURCES:Pratiyogita Darpan (Special edition Economy).
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-15 100 Qs Environment Environment and its componentsEcology and Functions of an ecosystem
  • Terrestrial ecosystems
  • Aquatic ecosystems
Environmental problems:
  • Climate Change
  • Acidification
  • Eutrophication
  • Ozone Depletion
  • Mitigation Strategies
  • India and Climate Change
Environmental pollution
  • Pollutants
  • Air pollution
  • Water Pollution
  • Soil Pollution
  • Noise Pollution
  • Radioactive pollution
  • E-Waste
  • Solid Waste
  • Bioremediation
Biodiversity
  • Basic Concepts
  • Plant and Animal Diversity
  • Marine Organisms
  • Threat to Biodiversity
  • Protected Area Network: National parks, Wildlife sanctuaries, Biosphere reserves, Reserved and protected forests, Conservation and community reserves, Village and panchayat Forests, Private protected areas, Conservation areas
  • Biodiversity Conservation efforts
  • Indian Biodiversity ad conservation efforts
  • Bioprospecting, Biosafety, Biopiracy
Conservation efforts: India and World
  • Institutional and Organizational mechanisms
  • Environmental Acts and Policies
  • Environmental conventions
    Sustainable development
    Environmental Monitoring and Impact Assessment
17 - Dec PRIMARY SOURCE:Environment - Shankar IAS.
SECONDARY COURCES:ICSE: 9TH TO 12TH,INDIA YEAR BOOK CHAPTER ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT.
Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Test-16 100 Qs General Science Full Syllabus 24 - Dec 6TH TO 10 : NCERTSCLASS 12TH: BIOLOGY Major no. of questions will be Basic/ Concept Based;
Few will be Application Based
Practice Test/ To make you regular with your studies/ Whether you studying right whatever you are studying
Revision Time No Test 31 - Dec
Test-17 100 Qs Revision Test–1 Polity Full Syllabus 7 - Jan Above mentioned Books Major no. of questions will be Advanced/ Application Based;
Few will be Basic
Whether you are studying the way you should study/ Preparing you for UPSC level Questions
Revision Time No Test 14 - Jan
Test-18 100 Qs Revision Test–2 History Full Syllabus 21 - Jan Above mentioned Books Major no. of questions will be Advanced/ Application Based;
Few will be Basic
Whether you are studying the way you should study/ Preparing you for UPSC level Questions
Revision Time No Test 28 - Jan
Test-19 100 Qs Revision Test–3 Geography Full Syllabus 4 - Feb Above mentioned Books Major no. of questions will be Advanced/ Application Based;
Few will be Basic
Whether you are studying the way you should study/ Preparing you for UPSC level Questions
Revision Time No Test 11 - Feb
Test-20 100 Qs Revision Test–4 Economy Full Syllabus 18 - Feb Above mentioned Books Major no. of questions will be Advanced/ Application Based;
Few will be Basic
Whether you are studying the way you should study/ Preparing you for UPSC level Questions
Revision Time No Test 25 - Feb
Test-21 100 Qs Revision Test - 5 Environment and Science Full Syllabus 4 - Mar Above mentioned Books Major no. of questions will be Advanced/ Application Based;
Few will be Basic
Whether you are studying the way you should study/ Preparing you for UPSC level Questions
Test-22 100 Qs Comprehensive Test-1 Full Syllabus 11 - Mar Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-23 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 2 Full Syllabus 18 - Mar Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-24 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 3 Full Syllabus 25 - Mar Above mentioned Books UPSC Le vel Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-25 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 4 Full Syllabus 1 - Apr Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-26 100 Qs Comp rehensive Test - 5 Full Syllabus 8 - Apr Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-27 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 6 Full Syllabus 15 - Apr Abo ve mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-28 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 7 Full Syllabus 22 - Apr Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exa m
Test-29 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 8 Full Syllabus 29 - Apr Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-30 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 9 Full Syllabus 6 - May Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Are you ready for the UPSC Exam
Test-31 100 Qs Comprehensive Test - 10 Full Syllabus 13 - May Above mentioned Books UPSC Level Question Papers Ar e you ready for the UPSC Exam

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