IAS General Studies Prelims Online Test Series
ECOPOINT provides Online test series of General Studies for IAS Aspirants
Features of the course
10,000 plus questions
If you practice more, your chances of success gets higher. You can practice 100 tests, spanning entire spectrum of the GS course. It is one thing, reading one topic and giving test only on that topic, and it is completely other thing, to give a test of the entire course together. Always remember, in order to hit the nail at the right point, you must practice as much as you can in the similar conditions. Here, similar conditions (to the real paper) are approximately same number of questions and paper which touches the complete course.
It is always better, to get results as quickly as possible, while you are practicing, so that, you learn from your mistakes and you try to improve with every attempt of practice. In our course, you get results immediately after you submit the paper. Your motive as a student should be to improve and at least not repeat the same mistakes you did last time. Immediate results would provide a yardstick whereby performance and practice levels can be measured accurately and objectively.
Results based on subject areas
Just instant results will not help much unless it is projected, in which areas you need improvement. You will be given instant results based on your performance in different subject areas. Say, you secured 90% in History but performed poorly, with a meager 20% in Polity, then you know quite well, your preparations have to be sharpened in your weak portion.
Complete coverage of the course
These 10000 plus questions, will help you in fairly covering the entire syllabus. What is most important, is the analysis of your practice paper. One word of warning, you should not be contended of your correct questions! Why? Say, there is a question with four choices, your objective as a student should be not only to find correct choice, but also researching around, what other three choices are pointing to and you must note them down properly in your notebook. This huge question paper bank will give you enough content to research and make connections throughout the course.
What is the best (ideal) plan?
Take one paper a day.
Analyze that paper.
Write a sentence about every choice given in the question. While doing so, you may end up reading something more important and wothwhile
Revise your notes at the end of the day or after every 3 days