Just reading the daily newspaper is not enough to crack UPSC Civil Services Examination. Aspirants need to supplement their current affairs preparation with value-rich materials such as GS Weekly magazine. These magazines cover the events of the week and include multiple resources.
They analyze and summarise the issues of national and international importance. They also throw insight into government planning, their policies, and the programs they are rolling out. The magazines also provide facts and data for important ongoing issues in the country. These extra resources help candidates in framing better and informed answers in CSE Mains.
GS Score publishes a weekly collection of current affairs for UPSC. These are made after referring to the best resources every week. These magazines have an integrated approach. They cover current affairs for UPSC Prelims Exam as well as the UPSC Mains exam. The weekly current affairs support students in completing their current affairs on time and track their progress. The current affairs are in line with the UPSC syllabus. Students can find all the previous issues of GS Weekly under Custom weekly issues.
GS SCORE has compiled all the Current Affairs of 2+ years in test format on a single platform where you can attempt Free Current Affairs tests of 2+ years and get complete analysis in the form of your strengths and weaknesses.
In order to enable students to get a comprehensive analysis of their writing quality, GS SCORE has initiated "Current Affairs Community", where students can upload their written answers and get a peer-to-peer review. It is meant to serve as a platform to simplify your Current affairs preparation for UPSC. The peer-to-peer review of answers will give you different perspectives and dimensions related to different topics.
So, to strengthen your game, join the community.
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