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Pattern of UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam analyses the general patten of UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam and how it has evolved over the period of time. It will analyse the various subjects covered and their respective percentages in the exam. Besides, the various focus areas have also been identified on which questions are regularly asked.

The ideal time for preparation for Civil Services Exam is from Class 6th onwards. Whatever subjects you study from class 6 onwards like Indian History, India's Independence Struggle, Geography, Environmental Science, Civics, Indian Polity, Constitution of India, Science, Indian Economy, Maths form the core subject content of General Study Exam of UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam. Besides this there are several Quizzes held in Schools on topics like United Nations, Current Affairs, General Awareness and Facs about India etc. This also contributes to your preparation for any General Study Exam.

As you progress on to Class 7, 8, 9 onwards you study advanced versions of these subjects. After Class 12 and graduation you study specialized subjects which do not actually form part of General Studies Paper.

So, General Studies Paper consists of basic subjects you study in your early School days. With this information, you will find that you have already been preparing for Civil Services Preliminary Exam.

Now, We analyze the basic subjects which constitute the General Studies Paper of UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam which is taken by more than 5 Lakhs IAS aspirants every year and only approximately 12,000 clear the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam and then proceed on to the Mains Exam.

Subjects Covered:

General Science! Indian History! INM! Geography! Economics! Indian Polity! Intelligence! Current Affairs! Miscellaneous!

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Now, Here are the some Focus Areas from where Questions are regularly asked in Preliminary Exam. There are also certain style of asking Questions which are discussed below:

Books & Authors Historical Personalities Diseases Scientific Equipments Communities Ancient Terminology Nobel Prize Clock Sequencing Let's Dance Awards Ascending/Descending order Sports Chronological Order Match The Following Temples Assertion & Reasoning Religion Paintings & Sculptures Historical Administrative Systems Five Year Plans Battles Observation Days Mountains Famous Movements Rivers Nutrition Commitees and Commissions Government Programmes National Institutes High Offices Constitution Amendments Organisational Headquarter Historical Monuments Places First Longest Highest..

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