Starts from 11 August, 2019
5 TESTS (4 Full Length Tests + 1 Essays)
Fee: Rs. 5500/- (Exclusive of Taxes)
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[ 200 + SELECTIONS in PRELIMS 2019 from our PFG BATCH 2019 ]
Alternate Day Test (Monday, wednesday, friday) Assignments for Exhaustive & In-depth Syllabus Revision for
CSE – Prelims, 2020
FEES – Monthly – 2100 /- (Exclusive of Taxes)
Complete Course – 13000 /- (Exclusive of Taxes)
Objective of CS-PFG Program
Chrome IAS Academy is launching a Comprehensive Prelims Preparation Program, Civil Services – Prelims Focus GroupThrough this program we intend to cover the important and essential part of General Studies with respect to Civil Services Preliminary Exam in a comprehensive manner.
Of late a new trend has emerged in Preliminary Exam and UPSC is trying to check the in-depth knowledge and understanding of the candidate. This requires exhaustive preparation, a regular practice with proper revision plan to ensure consolidation. Chrome IAS Test Series focuses on these aspects of preparation and tries to prepare students for facing UPSC Prelims Exams.
Test Series, no doubt is important, but that comes once in a fortnight or week. While under ?????, aspirant has the opportunity to test himself/herself on every alternate day and set goals and meet them regularly.
The most important feature of test series is multiple revision tests which helps in proper consolidation of whatever has been studied in last week. Four types of revision tests have been planned:
The advantages of this approach results into smooth coverage of syllabus with proper consolidation, which is shown in image below:
This approach not only brings organisation into the preparation but every productive day acts as a confidence building milestone. Moreover, the coverage of ????is far more exhaustive as compared to other conventional Test Series.
One might have got inherent talent, but the talent must be polished to lead to success. And CSE is more about hard work. Luck ,can only play its role after we have done our homework. So until you have done what is required there is no point in blaming luck for ones failure. With your persistent and disciplined hard work, you can complete the humongous syllabus and succeed in this exam.
Don’t forget what Einstein said – “Genius is 1% talent and 99% percent hard work.”