IAS G.S. Pre. Prelim: How to tackle negative marking questions in UPSC?

 (Practice ….Practice …. Practice ….. Mock tests reduce mistake in the exam and prepare you to shoot at real environment in which you can tackle & solve the question within time limit).

 

Why negative question in UPSC?

Basically UPSC want to rectify to those candidates who enter in this exam just process of guesses & luck.  Negative marking questions make paper more complex. But it is easy for a well prepared & practiced student and gives an extra benefit to a genuine candidate.

 

So don’t feel fear for negative questions papers …. Be cool, comfort & confident and apply your intelligence in a efficient & effective manner. 

How to tackle negative marking questions in UPSC?

 

– What is your strength (understanding which section you like most)?  First, solve questions in your strength areas. First, Solve easy questions given by UPSC for developing a confidence which is must for solving further questions.

 

– Leave time consuming question ( Don’t waste time for particular question).

The concept of intelligence guessing is just different from last year trend paper … you can tick only those questions in which you are sure more than 65%. Don’t play any stupid & blind game. So Be Active …Alert ….Active ….concentrate.

 – More and more test paper practice will help for developing a mind sets in which you can take better judgment & decision.

Smart guess but be very careful while doing that.

You can check your self in the process mock test and develop a mind frame for your own strategy for solving different types of questions.

– Basically Mock test will facilitate a real time environment, in which you can check your own weakness, mistakes and errors and develop a better understanding for solving different types of questions.

Finally, Right PRCTICE IS THE KEY WORD FOR SUCCESS ………under right guidance.

 

 

 

 

 

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10 Responses to “IAS G.S. Pre. Prelim: How to tackle negative marking questions in UPSC?”

  1. Manish Says:

    The suggestions were good for tackling -ive marking Question but will we get enough time to revert back to doubtful Questions

  2. Pooja Says:

    Thanks for the nice suggestions, i am sure all the aspiring candidates shall make good use of the tips offered.
    Could you suggest some website for mock-test and practice.

    Cheers,
    Pooja

  3. Rajesh Gudape Says:

    It’s very good guindence for IAS asp
    Plz get meinformation about Indian History.
    Regards
    Rajesh Gudape

  4. Siva Sankar Says:

    It’s very good guidelines for those who are preparing/ appearing for Civil Services Exam.

    Siva Sankar

  5. Anand Says:

    I welcome your guidelines and I request you to keep giving the same confident tips it help all the aspirants to attend without any fear. Kindly arrange for a online IAS library.

    All the Best
    Anand

  6. Surya Says:

    What u expect the cut off marks in GS and Pub Ad this year

  7. SANDY Says:

    I THINK THAT FOR GAINING ASUCCESS PRACTICE IS NECCESERY AS “PRACTICE MAKES PRACTICE”

  8. rucha sandeep thombre Says:

    “RIGHT PRACTICE IS KEYWORD FOR SUCCESS”

  9. prabha Says:

    it is good

  10. mahaveer singh Says:

    it works like oxygen for a person in a room fullwith carbon di- oxide. good luck. regards

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