Manorama Horizon launches mock tests for civil service aspirants

Manorama Horizon's mock tests for civil service aspirants
Manorama Horizon's mock tests for civil service aspirants

The UPSC civil services prelims examination for this year is scheduled to be held in June 2021. While aspirants and coaching institutes are gearing up for the examination with revision classes, there is an important way to get acquainted with the exam pattern. Experts suggest that this is nothing but attempting as many mock tests as possible. 

Mock test helps candidates identify the topics that need to be revised and know where they stand in the competition. It also prepares them to write answers in a time-bound manner and make necessary changes in their preparation strategies. 

Manorama Yearbook Online, in association with Manorama Horizon, is launching a 15-part mock test series for UPSC civil services aspirants on March 20. Candidates can take a free trial test to understand the question pattern. 

The test series, prepared by experts based upon the UPSC Civil Services Examination model, costs Rs 999. Aspirants belonging to economically weaker sections will be given a 30% discount. 

The tests in the series include - Indian Polity and Constitution, Working of the Indian Constitution, Physical Geography of the World, Economic and Human Geography, Ancient Indian History, Art and Culture and Medieval India, Modern India, Ecology and Environment, India Economy, Indian Constitution and Political System, Physical Geography of India, Economic Survey 2020-21, Budget 2021-22, Current Affairs, Social Development, General Studies Paper-I and Paper 2 CSAT. 

Candidates subscribing to the test package will also be given free access to Manorama Yearbook Online for a year. Top scorers will also be given surprise gifts.

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