Civil Services Exam demands the aspirant to have multidimensional knowledge. It’s often mistaken that the preparation for UPSC Prelims and mains should be done separately. When we go through the UPSC Syllabus we will find that there are various topics that are overlapping in nature. In order to have a smooth preparation journey one should prepare for Mains and Prelims simultaneously. ITS(Integrated Test Series) will help candidates to integrate their Civil Services Exam preparation from the very beginning with provision of assessment based learning module ensuring overall success in IAS Exam.
Civil Services Exam demands the aspirant to have multidimensional knowledge. It’s often mistaken that the preparation for UPSC Prelims and mains should be done separately. When we go through the UPSC Syllabus we will find that there are various topics that are overlapping in nature. In order to have a smooth preparation journey one should prepare for Mains and Prelims simultaneously. ITS(Integrated Test Series) will help candidates to integrate their Civil Services Exam preparation from the very beginning and this module is based on assessment-based learning which will ensure that your learning gives you due outcome in the UPSC Examination.
In this module, we will provide you a weekly study plan to channelize your resource and energy in a targeted manner. The weekly study plan will include the sources to be covered for any particular subject, it will also have a list of score maximizing topics so that you don't have to take extra pain to discover those areas. Along with the study plan, we will also provide you with some self-assessment tests and some reflective exercises to help you know how comfortable you are with a particular subject. Follow the study plan and the schedule religiously to gain maximum out of your efforts and this plan.
Value added material for every subject will be provided. Along with Value added material, Study material of contemporary issues for mains will also be provided in PDF format. It will cover the static as well as dynamic part of the syllabus
You can take according to your own comfort and preparation. But it is always better if you take test on the given schedule.
For Mains, copy will be evaluated and you can discuss with our subject experts and for Prelims candidates will get instant feedback through a dashboard that captures your performance extensively.
Extensive discussion for Mains will be held after each Test and Strategy discussion will be held after every Prelims Test to teach you different techniques to solve MCQs.
Coverage of Prelims and Mains
ITS covers most of the syllabus. Once you are through with this module you will have confidence to perform well in the examination.
Doubts Clearing Session
There will be discussion classes and you can also clear your doubts by sending your queries through email.
Discussion on Test Copies
We have a pool of faculties and they will correct copies. You can discuss once you receive evaluated copies.
As we know that the syllabus for this exam is quite elaborative. This can sometimes be daunting for a student. But if we have a structured plan in front of us we can manage the exhaustive syllabus in a very effective manner. Study plan will help you to control your preparation.
We shall provide you with a Weekly Study Plan. This plan will fill the gap between the tests. The plan is designed in such a way that it keeps to engaged with a particular subject till the time you appear to the test. This will also ensure maximum output in the test. This study plan consists of the following exercises:
Approach Class before the start of every subject will give you broader Vision if the subject.
Schema allows you to integrate your preparation and cover maximum dimension. In order to get maximum out of this, Schema is to be used as a tracker to analyse each subject topic wise.
Through Self-Assessment Test students can practice answers and then evaluate it through answer hints.
In Value Added Material students will receive compact notes for revision of contemporary issues for mains and fact files for prelims.
This exercise helps students to reflect on what they have learned and to relate that learning to some specific context.