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 The UPSC Civil Services Examination is a rigorous process that evaluates candidates for various civil service roles. Let’s break down the exam pattern:

1. Preliminary Examination (Prelims):

   – Conducted in two papers on the same day.

   – Both papers have objective-type questions with multiple-choice answers.

   – Paper I (General Studies) has 100 questions, worth 200 marks.

   – Paper II (CSAT) focuses on aptitude and has 80 questions, also worth 200 marks.

   – Prelims serve as a qualifying stage to filter candidates for the Mains exam.

   – Marks from Prelims are not counted in the final merit list.

2. Main Examination (Mains):

   – Consists of 9 papers conducted over 5-7 days.

   – Only candidates meeting Prelims cutoffs proceed to Mains.

   – All papers are descriptive in nature.

   – Mains marks significantly impact the final scores.

3. Personality Test/Interview:

   – The final stage of selection.

   – Tests the candidate’s personality, communication skills, and overall suitability.

Remember, thorough preparation is key! Best of luck with your UPSC journey! 🌟

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