Finally, the most awaited admit card has been released. India’s premier central recruiting agency, The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the Prelims admit card. Through these exams, lots of young people get the chance to serve India in different sectors. This is one of the most respectful jobs in our country. That’s why the highest number of candidates prepare themselves for this exam.
UPSC Preliminary examination, 2020 is going to be held on 4th October 2020 which was scheduled to be held on May 31, 2020, and stood deferred due to coronavirus. The timing for the morning paper (General Studies) is from 9.30 am to 11.30 am which will contain 100 questions of 200 marks. Whereas, the timing for the second paper (CSAT) is from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm which will contain 80 questions of 200 marks. In both papers, the candidates will face a negative marking of 1/3rd for each wrong answer. This exam is going to be held in different UPSC centers across the country.
Those who would be able to clear the Prelims exam will get the chance to sit for the mains examination from 8th January 2021. To download the Prelims admit card, the candidates will have to visit the UPSC official website and fill the necessary details along with their roll number and registration number. If they face any kind of issue at the time of downloading the admit card, they can send email to UPSC officials through the provided email address. In the UPSC prelims exam center the aspirants have to carry an admit card, two passport size photographs, a valid photo ID, and a black ballpoint. Candidates must have to wear face masks and follow personal hygiene as well as social distancing in the premises of the venue and inside the exam hall.
According to specialists, candidates should revise all of their studied topics and not go for studying new topics. They should revise their previous topics as much as they can. And in the exam hall at first, they should go for the easy questions. There is no new suggestion for the UPSC candidates. All they have to do is to keep calm at the time of examination. If they can ensure their mental peace during the examination, they will be able to maximize their performance which is going to ensure their expected results. Candidates should keep in mind that whoever succeeded and got into civil services, once they all were common candidates like you. So, delete your nervousness, try best and crack this UPSC.