Examrace IAS GS 2020-2021 Test Series: 4 GS (One Each for Paper 1 to 4) Tests with Comprehensive Feedback (English)

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  • We cover both contemporary questions based on GS, latest schemes, keeping up with dynamic UPSC pattern.
  • Tests can be solved and submitted in any order.

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  1. Join our test series now (any number of tests) by paying online. You will receive an enrollment number.
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  3. Attempt the questions using pdf provided: Download and print the test.
  4. Write the answers on clean sheets of paper: Mention your name, enrollment number and phone number on a separate cover sheet.
  5. Enter the enrollment number on top of the test.
  6. Finish the tests properly keeping time.
  7. It is strongly recommended that mock-tests be completed on the same day, in morning and evening sessions with break of no more than 3 hours in between.
  8. Make note of the questions you were able to complete in the allotted time. If a question was partly completed, draw a line at that location.
  9. Subsequently go on to complete the remaining questions.
  10. We will provide you feedback on all 5 questions (giving you full benefit of test series) , however marks will be given based on portion completed in allotted time.
  11. Email the scanned copy of completed test: Clearly scan and send the completed test to contactus@doorsteptutor. com.
  12. Fully evaluated copy along with answer/approach analysis will be send back to your email (within 15 days of receipt) .
  13. Improvement call: Dr. Manishika Jain will provide personalized feedback and areas of improvement.


  • Interpreting the question correctly.
  • Understand how to fit the answer within the space given in question-cum-answer booklet.
  • Forming a connected answer by prioritize subject matter.
  • Recognizing and providing contemporary examples.
  • Best arguing your point of view.
  • Drawing diagrams.
  • Using colored pens.

Tips Before You Start

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How to Score Well in Long-Answer Type Questions?

Note the following tips for scoring well in the test series and real exam

  1. Train yourself to form the structure and gather key thoughts on the answer as soon as you read the question.
  2. Distinguish the questions key words: critically examine, discuss, illustrate, argue, justify etc. Your answer, writing style, and formation should follow this keyword.
  3. The beginning and end of the answer should be very compelling. The beginning should force the examiner to read more and ending force him to give marks!
  4. Questions should exactly on the question, make a case, and then stick to one point of view. Do not get confused midway through the answer.
  5. Write legibly and neatly, preferably, use colored pens.
  6. Make sure that sentences and paragraphs are complete and logically connected. The ideas should be prioritized and each paragraph should focus on one topic.
  7. A picture can speak a thousand words. Draw diagrams and maps, preferably towards the beginning of an answer.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Other institutes are getting my copies evaluated by other students?

Ans: Unlike other institutes, we guarantee that your copies are evaluated by a renowned expert instructor- you even get a phone call with detailed feedback and improvement tips.

Q. How close are these questions to real exam?

Ans: With recent changes in UPSC IAS, final pattern is evolving each year. The recent focus is on contemporary topics. No matter how many books you read, it is vital to practice questions like above based on GS. Closer to exam these and similar high expectancy questions will be discussed on Examrace YouTube Channel.

Q. Can I choose the time of my improvement call?

Ans: Yes, we can schedule your call at a time convenient for both you and the instructor.

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