CSAT Comprehension Test and Reasoning Preparation
The first thing to know is that there is no “theory” of comprehension test that will take you to the right answers; because it is an “art”. It comes with practice and deep understanding. While UPSC CSAT comprehension test is moderate, candidates end up losing valuable brands 30-40 in what makes all the difference in “selectable”.
Preliminary Analysis Paper 2
Document 2 consists of 80 questions. Much of this document consists of understanding. We have to prepare very well because about 35% to 40% of paper is reading comprehension for CSAT. To solve these problems correctly reading comprehension read the Hindu newspaper and pay special attention to publishers. Apart from this, you must follow the NCERT books because most of the passages are NCERT and Hindu. For the scientific part of the CSAT comprehension test, read Thursday’s edition of The Hindu.
UPSC has it introduced this paper model is replaced in 2011. electives in preliminary because people used to assault their answers to the optional subjects using notes training institutes and other resources.
The reading of the passages is always fun, although a lot of time. But the questions in the way of reading have a great advantage over other types of questions: offer easy targets for everyone in questions on mental ability, decision making, interpretation of data, etc. in.
To refine and improve their CSAT comprehension skills, the first thing to do is “read a lot.” What you need is read the same level of things you’ve read their preparation namely,
Daily, in particular, publishers
weekly magazines – can Frontline or Yojana or what you prefer
Looking discussions LSTV, RSTV improves their language skills
Read also: How to read the Hindu newspaper for the preparation of the NIC?
Strategy for reading comprehension
Test 2 contains about 6 to 9 passages, and each passage contains issues 2-7. You should try these first steps, which have the maximum number of questions. Why? Because each passing knowledge to solve ends around 8% of its role. In CSAT, examiners wrote the passage on their own, merely copied from a newspaper column, articles, etc. own issues are framed.
Always read the passage before attempting the questions
This is a simple but often overlooked by students. Many go directly to the questions they are trying to buy time. This document was prepared by UPSC and follows while there will be few, if any, direct answers. Rather, the questions are based on an understanding of the issues raised in the passage or the central message of the passage. And you can understand the message or the views of the author passage until you go through it once. Once you read the passage in full, the location of the answers becomes much easier.
Do not try too hard to understand step, just get questions
Some passages are very boring and hard to understand. In such a situation, do not waste too much time trying to understand the meaning of each phrase and word. Just read the passage again and go to questions. Then you can part of the route to re-read to gain a better understanding before choosing the right option.
Use common sense while eliminating options
This may sound controversial, but it’s true. Some options just seem stupid to be the right time and so little, or when items contain multiple choice, can be safely removed usually those containing extreme views or impossible deductions.
This part contains 80 questions. So you have to treat 44 questions in the first hour. For the next 40 minutes, you have to jump in the decision-making section and other sections.
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making decisions section consists of about 6-8 questions and we picked right after reading comprehension, for theirs is the “No negative marking”. Also on April 2 options are correct. So, after one hour when finished around 40 questions, go to the decision of the questions and complete the 15 minutes.
Well, you’ve spent 1 hour and 15 minutes and resolved on 50 + now has 30 questions and 45 minutes. Use 35 to 40 minutes to solve the remaining sections. Within 5 to 10 minutes ahead, treat these issues have not been included on the first date, and be sure to try at least 70-75 questions in this part.
useful tips for reading comprehension:
Read the quick step, simply navigate in a minute.
Read the questions with their choices.
Go to the section of the passage.
Mark the answer you think is correct.
Fill in all matters of a passage at a time.
Always check the answer using the elimination method, remove the options that are less likely to be correct.
Do not assume anything on your own.
Everything that is written in understanding, which is the relevant document regarding the answers.
Candidates who have knowledge of English or who are non-English environments can refer to basic English grammar by Wren & Martin.
Another tip for all students, regardless of their level of English proficiency: see good films in English with subtitles, because it will improve their comprehension skills.
Understanding the section is of great importance for candidates preparing for the review of the Preliminary NIC as about 40-50 percent of the paper consists of questions in this section to find out about 30-40 questions are asked in this section. This means that the mastery of comprehension section is essential to clear the NIC Preliminary examination.
The right to attack the understanding step approach is as follows:
Read passing straight capture every word and mark important and significant points at the same time.
Try to avoid all kinds of prejudices and solve problems very objective, strictly on the basis of the information provided in the path of understanding.
The questions are very difficult at times. So reconfirm the passage before scoring option.
First, go through all the questions the last year of issuance of documents in this section. This will help you understand the type of questions put to the test.
See also the solution of questions to get an idea of the line of thought that should follow while questions are resolved.
Then try to solve sample papers passages of understanding of some good books like Tata McGraw Hill.
Time management is a very important factor GS Book II. So try to practice comprehension passages as much as possible to increase your speed reading passage.
Reading newspapers helps increase the playback speed of passage comprehension.
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To summarize the main lessons:
Beware of extreme words and highlighting only as necessarily permanent, total, complete, etc.
Beware of “keywords”.
First, remove and select.
During playback of trying to get gasoline (central core / idea / message / photo) step.
Evaluate options in light of the essence of the passage.
Stick to what you said passage. Not extrapolate from the approval of saying not to read too much between the lines.
Keep a check on general statements and arches.
Just be aware of these lessons while you’re in trouble. With more practice complemented by a careful reading, you will be able to successfully resolve most issues.
Hopefully, that will clarify the problems I had in understanding.