Prospective Candidates need good information and clarity in order to understand and articulate development needs related to the examination. The frame-work of the syllabus as released by UPSC outlines the areas which you need to prepare and are broad in nature.
The fallacy about CSAT faded as the light on the proposed structure cleared most of the doubts and to the surprise of most of the people, the inclusion of new topics in Paper I and the pattern of Paper II is nothing typical and is general in nature.
As announced, a set of 14 sample questions for both Papers were put on the UPSC website which helped to understand the examiner’s mind-set.
More clarity emerged as these questions made things clear that the effects are really manageable and it is going to be relatively predictable as far as questions in Paper II are concerned.
It is time to get ready to absorb the information and make good decisions. It is time for action; get organized and move towards your dreams and objectives.