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UPSC Prelims 2023: Difficult questions based on current events

This time most of the questions in the Civil Services Pre Exam have been asked from the current perspective. Experts say that the road to success is easy for candidates who have prepared deeply. The second paper was on CSAT, in which 80 questions were asked for 200 marks.

The tough questions in the Civil Services Pre-Examination of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) left the candidates in a tizzy. Experts and examinees have accepted that the number of questions of moderate to difficult level was more in the examination. In the Civil Services Pre Examination held on Sunday, the first paper of General Studies was held, in which 100 questions of 200 marks were asked. There were about 32 questions on geography, out of which 16 questions were related to the environment.

Only NCERT pattern questions have been asked in the exam. Questions ranging from President to Fundamental Rights, Modern India, Central India, and Ancient India, as well as questions related to constitutional institutions were also asked. RA Khan, Director of Prayag IAS Academy said that the candidates who have attempted 45 to 50 questions in this paper have every chance of qualifying.

Most of the questions are asked from the current perspective. He told that the path to success is easy for the candidates who have prepared deeply. The second paper was on CSAT, in which 80 questions were asked for 200 marks.

This is a qualifying paper. of Ankit who appeared for the second time Had to say that this year more current-based questions were asked than last year. Another examinee Mukesh Negi told that this year the level of examination has been a bit difficult as compared to last year.

More than half of the candidates absent from the UPSC exam

Civil Services Pre Examination was held at 50 centers in the capital on Sunday. In this, 9951 candidates out of 20,839 appeared. 10,888 candidates remained absent from the examination. According to the information received from the administration, the examination was peaceful at all the centers. The examination for both shifts took place on time. The candidates were given entry after strict checking.