CASELET 1 Solutions for questions 1-5 The data given above can be represented as the following table: U V W X ALPHA M/O P M O/M BETA M P N N GAMMA O/M O M M/O DELTA N M P N N is doing 2 movies with X and no movies with directors Alpha and […]
UPSC Prelims CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) Paper II Syllabus
The UPSC preliminary examination for CSE (Civil Services Exam) is also known as CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test). The CSAT was introduced in the prelims exam of IAS in the year 2011 and is the second paper of General Studies (GS). The paper II is intended to analyse the reasoning and analytical skills of the candidates.
While the Paper II (CSAT) covers the analytical or as commonly called as an aptitude test, is the paper where a candidate has to score at least 33% to qualify for the Civil Services (Mains).
Syllabus for Paper II-(200 marks) Duration: Two hours
• Interpersonal skills including communication skills;
• Logical reasoning and analytical ability
• Decision-making and problem-solving
• General mental ability
• Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. – Class X level)
The Civil Services Preliminary Examination-Paper-II an aptitude test will be a qualifying paper only with a minimum of 33 percent to be scored in order to appear for the Civil Services Mains Exam.
Download the PDF of UPSC Prelims CSAT Syllabus and keep a track of your IAS Exam Preparation.
CASELET 1 Solutions for questions 1-5 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 City A 9372 11252 6127 12345 9877 48973 City B 10765 8328 7056 9362 13125 48636 City C 12823 11675 13157 14106 16132 67893 City D 7352 9137 11346 13451 15769 57055 City E 8767 10789 12523 14323 16239 62641 49079 51181 50209 63587 […]
CASELET 1 Direction for question 1 to 5 :Questions are based on the following data. A fledgling Manipuri film industry has only four actors, four actresses and four directors. The following tables provide some insight into the latest happenings at the industry. Actors U V W X Actresses M N O P Directors ALPHA BETA […]
CASELET 1 Directions for questions 1-5: Answer the questions based on the graphs given below There was a census conducted to estimate the number of people who were not from the local population in five different cities; A,B,C,D,E. The table below shows the number people who constituted a part of this non-local population in 5 […]
Data Interpretation deals with the understanding,organizing and interpreting of the given data so as to arrive at meaningful conclusions. Data Interpretation skills are important to an IAS aspirant, as day in and out, a civil service officer is expected to have a good control over the analysis of data and deduction of meaningful conclusions from the […]