Is the pattern of questions going to change in UPSC Prelims? UPSC gave big hints in the 2024 question paper

Orhan Wadia
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Is the pattern of questions going to change in UPSC Prelims? UPSC gave big hints in the 2024 question paper

UPSC Prelims Exam 2025: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducted the prelims exam of the Civil Services Examination on June 16 this year. According to reports, more than 13 lakh candidates appeared in this exam. Looking at the previous prelims, there was a lot of tension among the candidates about the paper pattern of this time's preliminary examination and something similar happened. UPSC has asked some new questions in the paper of Prelims Exam 2024. In view of which, experts say that UPSC may change the CSE exam pattern in the coming years.

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UPSC Prelims Question Paper 2024: Question pattern may change

This year's UPSC prelims exam has given big indications about the changes to be made in the exam pattern in the coming years. If we look at the preliminary exam of the year 2023, many questions of two new types were asked in it. In which there were many questions of statement relation and correct in correct type. ISS expert Gaurav Kaushal says that UPSC had already given a hint of these questions in the previous years' exam.

How many questions of the above type were asked for the first time in the prelims of the year 2022. Apart from this, a question related to the relation of two statements was asked in the year 2021. After this, this question was not asked in 2022. In such a situation, the candidates had to prepare for these questions and know that UPSC can ask questions related to these.

UPSC Civil Services Exam Pattern: Two new types of questions

This year UPSC has asked two new types of questions in the prelims 2024 question paper. One of these was the relationship between three statements and the other was matching. In which matching has to be done in three columns. Regarding these two new questions, assume that UPSC can ask many such questions in the coming years. In such a situation, it is important that all the candidates who are currently preparing for UPSC should study keeping these questions in mind.

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Let us tell you that to pass the UPSC CSE exam, candidates have to go through three stages. Prelims, Mains and Interview. Candidates who pass the preliminary examination are shortlisted for the main exam. After the mains, the candidates are called for interview. After these three stages, UPSC releases the final list of selected candidates. This year the prelims exam has been completed, after which the candidates have started preparing for the mains.

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