There’s good news for UPSC aspirants looking for some valuable current affairs series. Prepp.in, an online EduTech startup, recently launched its daily dose of Current Affairs series for UPSC-IAS aspirants. The series received phenomenal success and was a great hit among UPSC aspirants, the online series helps candidates study from wherever they want, while staying updated with the most relevant news.
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Prepp’s Latest Series
The significance of general awareness and general knowledge questions asked in the IAS (UPSC CSE) exam can’t be underestimated. A lot of general knowledge questions are asked in various government exams, including UPSC. A good knowledge base in general knowledge information is vital while applying for any competitive exams. GK and current affairs always occupy a major portion of any exam paper.
The current affairs questions asked in the exam are based on subjects like polity, geography, history, etc. and to understand them, Prepp.in’s daily dose of current affairs is the one-stop solution to it.
Current Affairs Series for UPSC preparation – Key highlights
- Latest and significant current affairs included in the series
- Candidates don’t have to pay anything to enjoy unlimited access to these series.
Candidates can also check the previous years’ question papers and exam analysis to improve their performance.
- Candidates can easily download free mock tests.
- PDFs of all the lecture notes provided in the free crash course are available on Telegram and registered email ID.
UPSC Aspirants’ Feedbacks regarding Prepp’s Current Affairs series:
“Prepp’s daily current affairs provide the much-required news and knowledge needed to remain on track for competitive exams’ preparation. Thank you team for providing the newest updated current affairs news.”
“The content posted on Prepp.in is highly beneficial and helps candidates like me to improve their UPSC exam preparations. A good initiative by prepp especially helpful for the people living in remote areas with no access to quality teaching.”
Prepp.in aims to provide personalised practice experience to all the candidates preparing for UPSC exams. Prepp is an engaging and user-friendly platform with high-quality content for UPSC aspirants. Numerous practice papers cover different topics, recommended books, study notes, etc. that can help you ace your preparations. It has one of the most straightforward interfaces one needs for clearing UPSC Prelims.
If you’re preparing for the UPSC exam, Prepp leaves no stone unturned to help candidates practice better and optimise their performance. Purposeless preparations, lack of practice, absence of correct guidance, repeated mistakes are the chief reasons for not letting candidates clear the UPSC Prelims examination.
Thus to help candidates get correct guidance, we have launched a free crash course, daily dose of current affairs, etc. to make preparations much more beneficial. Here at Prepp.in, we always try to deliver the latest and updated information that can help candidates score better in exams.
— Nishit Kumar, Lead Content at Prepp.in
Our Commitment: To provide a complete package free of cost, the current affair series is designed professionally to let candidates learn from anywhere.
Useful for: UPSC, IAS exam, and for all other major government exams.
So hurry up and buckle up your shoes to have a better tomorrow, subscribe to Prepp’s latest current affairs series. Pave your way to clearing the UPSC exams by subscribing to Current Affairs series.
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