About Course

An IAS (Indian administrative services) examination is organized by UPSC.  The current affairs and general studies has become a very important part of examination since when new examination pattern is declared by UPSC. An IAS examination is conducted in three stages :

1. Preliminary round 2. Main Exam 3. Interview round.

Many questions in this three stage examination are asked from this section. Most of the aspirants whether they are beginners or veterans of the exam are still skeptical about Civil Services exam preparation.Current Affairs is a dynamic and undefined part of the UPSC Syllabus that puts aspirants in a dilemma thinking how and from where to start current affairs preparations for IAS.

Online examination knows the fact that aspirants are pilling CSR, Pratiyogita Darpan, EPW, Chronicle, Yojana and every random magazine you can name on their desks and never opening them due to paucity of time. This exercise is definitely counter-productive. You should choose quality over quantity.

Online examination helps you to test your preparation of general knowledge and current affairs. You can take a real time test on this website to check your score right after the examination. Online examination gives a time bound test to check your preparation. It provides you MCQ. After testing your preparation as an aspirants' a fair idea on how to deal with the current affairs, GS SCORE presents a strategy on how to cover the current affairs part of the UPSC Syllabus.

Current Affair sources:

  • Daily Newspapers
  • GS SCORE Weekly Current Affairs Compilation
  • All India Radio
  • GS SCORE gist of RSTV's Big Picture, India's World, Yojana, Kurukshetra, PIB, and PRS India
  • Internet

Strategy for preparing current affairs:

1. Preliminary Examination:

  • Practice 50 MCQs on current affairs daily (Practice GS SCORE Weekly Current Affairs MCQs)
  • When the exam is nearer practice 100 MCQs daily (Join GS SCORE PT Test Series)
  • Revise at the end of the month

2. Mains examination:

  • Newspaper reading (30-45 min) - every day
  • Look for issues and make notes on them (one or two a day)
  • Weekly or monthly current affairs compilation is a useful aid in this regard that compiles all the dimensions and developments on a topic in a lucid manner.

3. Weekly and monthly revision:

Making notes online or offline comes handy during exams as they help in quick revisions. Therefore, it is advised that aspirants must make short notes for the revisions. The aforementioned methods will ensure that you capture 90-95 per cent of current affairs in a manner relevant to this exam. But current affairs are a continuous and evolving field that keeps piling up by the day. The best way to retain the content is through constant revision.

Chapter/Topic Covered

  • All topics on biology are covered as per the prescribed syllabus.