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T.I.M.E., the National Leader in entrance examinations now brings you the comprehensive Test Series for CSAT Paper II 2016 aspirants. The Test Series is designed in a manner where the aspirant derives the best in his preparation.

Any one enrolling for CSAT (PAPER-II) -2016 test series gets 10 PCTs (Periodic Comprehensive Tests) & 15 MOCK TESTs (Paper -II). All of these tests are in print form. In addition to this, the candidate gets online access to important CSAT related information, through a dedicated CSAT student home page. The student home page hosts multiple features like Monthly GK & Current Affairs Updates (on different areas like Persons in News, Awards/Honours, Sports, Economy/Business), Analysis of MOCK CSAT tests, etc.

Features of 10 PCTs and 15 MOCK Tests are specified below.

A) 10 Periodic Comprehensive Tests
There will be a total of 10 PCTs. Each such PCT contains a total of 80 qs to be attempted in 2 hrs. Each such PCT is a combination of multiple topics (PAPER -II of CSAT). For e.g, PCT-1 contains questions from different topics like Numbers, Comprehension, Seating Arrangement etc. These test papers should be taken at periodic intervals. These will help a candidate assess his strengths and weaknesses and identify areas for improvement. This is extremely important in confidence building. However, after every test, a candidate has to analyze where he requires putting in effort (in which areas and in what type of problems).

B) 15 MOCK Tests (Paper -II)
All MOCK Tests are bilingual (in both English & Hindi).
Features of the MOCK Tests are specified below.

  1. Performance Analysis
  2. The performance of the student will be given based on some of the following parameters.

    • Overall net marks, Overall Accuracy rate, Overall Percentile Secured
    • Types of questions attempted/not attempted by the student
    • Level of difficulty of questions attempted/not attempted by the student.

  3. Analysis of the Question Paper
  4. This specific feature will include some of the following points:

    • Overall Analysis & Area-Wise analysis.
    • Level of difficulty of each of the questions of each of the seven test areas.
    • Topic wise classification of individual questions
    • Percentage of students who attempted a particular question
    • Percentage of students who attempted a particular question correctly