UPSC Mock Test - PowerUp All India Mock Test 03 For Prelims 2024

by Vajiram & Ravi

Date of Commencement

June 2nd 2024




June 2nd, 2024 at 09:30 AM to June 3rd, 2024 at 06:30 PM

UPSC Mock Test is designed to simulate the actual UPSC Prelims exam environment as closely as possible. Vajiram and Ravi is conducting a UPSC Mock Test for Prelims 2024 on 2nd June 2024

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Please Note: The Test will be conducted in three slots at Delhi and Chennai Centre in Offline Mode: 9:30 AM- 11:30 AM, 12:30-2:30 PM and 3:30 PM-5:30 PM. Your slot will be mentioned on your Admit Card.

UPSC Mock Test - PowerUp All India Mock Test 03 For Prelims 2024

UPSC Mock Test 2024

Vajiram and Ravi All India UPSC Mock Test provides a final opportunity for all aspirants to gauge their preparation and compete on a national level. It will help in the required course correction, if any, before the Prelims 2024. 

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Features of UPSC Mock Test

The features of UPSC Mock Test 2024 are as follows:

  • National Benchmarking: Compete with aspirants from across the country and know where you stand among your peers with an All India Ranking.
  • Real Exam Simulation: Experience the exam environment with our meticulously crafted Mock Test, designed to mirror the latest exam pattern. It comprehensively covers static and current affairs topics, providing a holistic assessment of your knowledge.
  • AI-Based Insights: Receive a comprehensive analysis of your performance, leveraging cutting-edge AI technology for personalized insights, refining your strategy for the final exam.

UPSC Mock Test Dates

The All India UPSC Prelims Mock Test will be conducted in both offline (in Delhi and Chennai only) and online modes on the following date and time:

  • Exam Date: 
    • Offline Mode: June 2nd, 2024,
    • Online Mode: Starts on June 2nd, 2024 at 09:30 AM, Ends on June 3rd, 2024 at 06:30 PM
  • Registration Starts: May 3rd, 2024
  • Last date of registration for Offline mode: May 30th, 2024, 6:30 PM
  • Admit Card Release: May 31st, 2024
  • Result Date: June 7th, 2024, 6:30 PM

Mode of All India UPSC Mock Test

Offline: Experience a real exam setting at designated centres in Delhi and Chennai.

Online: Take the test from the comfort of your home or anywhere with internet access. The online test will be available at on the designated date and time. 

Note: There will be no registration fees for Online Mode & Delhi and Chennai Offline centres.

UPSC Prelims Mock Test - Terms and Conditions

  • Admit Card:
    • Admit Card will be released 2 days before the exam date. Students must use the same email ID, name and mobile number that was provided during the registration process to download the Admit Card.
    • Admit cards must be carried to the exam centre along with valid ID proof.
  • Exam Conduct:
    • The Mock Test will include only one General Studies Paper and there will be no CSAT Paper.
    • The exam will be conducted as per the schedule at designated centres for offline mode.
    • For online mode, Students are required to log in to the portal using the same email ID used for registration.
  • Conduct Guidelines:
    • Candidates must adhere to the instructions provided by the exam invigilators.
    • Any form of malpractice or violation of exam rules will result in disqualification.
  • Discretion:
    • Vajiram and Ravi IAS Institute reserve the right to make changes to the exam schedule, pattern, or any other aspect as deemed necessary.

UPSC Prelims Mock Test Offline Centres

Offline Test Centres for UPSC Prelims Mock Test: Delhi and Chennai

Please be aware that registration capacity at each center is limited. Once a particular capacity is met at any center, registrations to that center will be closed. To secure your slot, we encourage you to register as soon as possible. Don't miss out, register now!

FAQs on UPSC Mock Test

Q. What is a good score in the UPSC Mock Test?

Answer: The criteria for a good score will vary depending upon the nature and the degree of difficulty of the Mock Tests. The UPSC Previous Years Papers also show that the cut-off score has declined in recent years as the difficulty level of the exam increased. However, to give a general idea, a score of 100-110 and above is usually considered a good score. This implies that a student has read the study materials thoroughly and is able to apply the knowledge in tests. At this point, frequent revisions and thorough analysis of the tests given to rectify any mistakes done is all that is required.

Q. How effective is solving Mock Tests for UPSC Prelims?

Answer: Mock Tests are crucial for UPSC Prelims since they test a student’s ability to apply knowledge and adhere to strict time management. A student will benefit from being able to evaluate their preparation and identify any errors they may be making. Tests are a form of reinforcement technique which guides students to put to use his/her knowledge in exams. It offers a sense of familiarity with the test itself and guarantees appropriate coverage with sufficient review. For example, almost 60 questions were reflected from Vajiram and Ravi PowerUP Prelims Test Series 2023 in the UPSC Prelims 2023 exam. This helped the students in covering important areas for the exam.


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