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Optional Subject Performance in Civil Services Exam 2018 - An Observation

On Sunday 26th May 2019  

In the whole set-up, one thing that is exceptionally crucial in any candidate’s Civil Services Exam result is overall performance and marks secured in Optional Subject is one of the most significant one that impacts the fortunes.

Looking at the successful candidates in Civil Services Examination 2018, Cut-off and marks details gives lots of insights and identifies the areas that helped in success.

When it comes to future aspirants, inquisitiveness about performance of optional subject is top of mind and many a time, the current trends helps them decide the most suitable optional subject for themselves.

It is just an overview and not authentic figures; the observations are based on information gathered from successful candidates and associates from teaching fraternity.


Last Update Sunday 26th May 2019

Top 10 Optional Subjects with highest Success-Rate in Civil Services Examination 2015

On Monday 4th March 2019  

When we discuss about optional subject performances, some of the popular Optional Subjects have seen striking changes in fortunes showing huge swings; similarly, fate of candidates opting for such optional subjects has been impacted accordingly.

As has been pointed out many a time, after CSE 2013 when only ‘ONE’ optional subject regime came in effect, chances of subjects like Medical Science, Law, Anthropology, Commerce and Accountancy, Management, Economics have gone up.

(Source: 67th UPSC Annual Report)

 


Last Update Monday 4th March 2019

Top 10 Optional Subjects with highest number of candidates recommended in Civil Services Examination 2015

On Friday 1st March 2019  

A glance at the data emerging from recently released 67th Annual Report of UPSC clearly indicates the top 10 optional subjects that helped candidates to crack Civil Services Examination 2015.

The list has all popular names of optional subjects that occupied the top 10 list; it displays similar name as figured in CSE 2014; but, fortunes of many candidates appeared with these optional subjects have changed dramatically.


Last Update Tuesday 2nd April 2019

Success Rate of Optional Subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2015

On Thursday 28th February 2019  

Optional Subject selection is one of the biggest choices one has to make and once again, its significance has come on fore as the marks secured in optional subjects have a say in your final result. 

With recent 67th Annual Report of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), the authentic data relating to performance of optional subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013, 2014 and 2015 out in public domain, candidates will get to know the true picture about performance of each optional subject and their success-rate.


Last Update Monday 4th March 2019

Civil Services Exam favours Humanities background candidates but Science background candidate’s success-rate is higher, why?

On Sunday 22nd April 2018  

Science, Medical or Engineering background candidates although have very good success-rate but, majority of them achieve success by picking Humanities subjects as optional.


Last Update Wednesday 14th August 2019

Civil Services Examination 2014: Top 10 Optional Subjects with highest number of candidates recommended

On Tuesday 28th March 2017  

A glance at the data emerging from 66th Annual Report of UPSC clearly indicates the top 10 optional subjects that helped candidates to crack this examination.

The list has all popular names that occupied the top 10 list except Economics that has given way to Psychology that has made a comeback in this list. 


Last Update Tuesday 28th March 2017

Civil Services (Main) Examination 2014: Success Rate of all Optional Subjects

On Tuesday 28th March 2017  

Once again significance of Optional Subject selection has come on fore as the marks secured in optional subjects have a say in your final result. 

It is one of the important decisions candidates need to make and their choice reflects in the end result.

With the authentic data relating to performance of optional subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013 and 2014 out in public domain, candidates will get to know the true picture about performance of each optional subject and their success-rate.


Last Update Wednesday 7th March 2018

Civil Services Examination 2013: Top 10 Optional Subjects with Highest Success Rate (Opted by more than 100 candidates)

On Sunday 7th February 2016  

As I mentioned in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2012 optional subjects analysis last year, optional subjects like Law, Economics, Medical Science and Management have emerges as subjects with highest success-rate in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013. The confirmation to the trend that was visible from CSE 2013 results comes from this data from 65th Annual Report of UPSC that portrays the true picture.


Last Update Sunday 7th February 2016

Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013: Success rate of all Optional Subjects

On Tuesday 2nd February 2016  

Even today, Optional Subject selection remains as one of the important decisions candidates need to make and their choices reflects in the end result. With the authentic data relating to performance of optional subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013 out in public domain, candidates will get to know the true picture about performance of each optional subject and their success-rate.


Last Update Thursday 28th July 2016

Civil Services (Main) Examination 2012: Success rate of all Optional Subjects

On Wednesday 11th February 2015  

Selecting suitable optional subject is one of the important decisions one has to make while preparing for Civil Services Examination. Optional subject selection is not that easy and requires a lot of analysis before you take the final decision. For majority of candidates, optional subject’s past performance and success-rate is the major factor that helps them take final decision. Based on this parameter, following table will help you in short-listing optional subjects and making strategies for preparation. [Source – 64th Annual Report, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)].


Last Update Friday 13th February 2015

Civil Services (Main) Examination 2011: Success rate of all Optional Subjects

On Sunday 5th January 2014  

Optional subject selection is tough and requires a lot of analysis before you take the final decision. While it requires a lot of factors, for majority of candidates optional subject’s past performance and success-rate is one of the first things that they look for. Based on this parameter, following table will help you in short-listing optional subjects and making strategies for preparation. [Source – 63rd Annual Report, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)].


Last Update Thursday 12th February 2015

Optional Subjects: Medium of writing examination in Main Exam 2011 - English

On Friday 8th March 2013  

English has been the most favorite medium of writing Civil Services (Main) Examination. The following table gives indication about preferred choice of optional subject in English medium in Civil Services in (Main) Examination 2011.


Last Update Wednesday 11th February 2015

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