Civil Services Previous Year Question Papers
The Civil Services Preliminary Exam will be held on Aug 7, 2016. With less than three months left for the exam, it’s time to pace up your preparation. Also, keep revising what ever you’ve studied before so that you get a good grip over the topics.
In the little time that is left, YOU MUST practice questions from at least 5 years previous year papers of Civil Services Preliminary Examination. Practicing from past year papers not only gives you a fair idea about the complexity level of the paper but it also makes you more confident in the actual exam.
Before you start practicing the previous year papers, familiarize yourself with the pattern.
Civil Services Prelims Pattern
The Preliminary Examination consists of two papers of Objective type (multiple choice questions) and carry maximum of 400 marks. This exam is only a screening test; the marks obtained in the prelims are only for qualifying for main exam and are not counted for determining final order of merit.
|Paper I – General Studies||2 Hours||100||200|
|Paper II – Aptitude||2 Hours||80||200|
In General Studies Paper – II, minimum qualifying marks is 33%. You will be selected for Mains exam based on total qualifying marks of General Studies Paper – I
Here are past five years questions papers for both General Studies & Aptitude :
Civil Services Prelims 2015 Previous Year Papers
Civil Services Prelims 2014 Previous Year Papers
Civil Services Prelims 2013 Previous Year Papers
Civil Services Prelims 2012 Previous Year Papers
Civil Services Prelims 2011 Previous Year Papers
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