Now that you have gone through the various schools of thoughts, you must we wondering-
To be or not to be?
Every aspirant has a different approach to Test writing. Every coaching institute has a different schedule to Test taking.
Few questions are obvious to bounce in your head:
How many tests are 'ideal' for the ultimate perfection?
What should be the number of tests per subject- ESI, FM, English?
When should one begin writing tests?
What should be the frequency or cool off time between tests?
Should one write a test at all?
Test series is one area where aspirants master the art of procrastination. About 90% of aspirants are unable to complete the tests series as planned by them. Some go to the Final exam without even writing 1 complete test.
Believe us, when you sit down to pen even 1 answer (forget an entire Test), you will feel anxious and unprepared. And thus begins the wait to be able to write that 1 perfect answer!
We, at Acads sat down to devise the optimum way of preparing for our CRC learners, by ensuring a simple formula:
(Least amount of procrastination X Highest RoI)/ Time taken = CRC Test Series*
CRC Test Series has been divided into 2 stages. he scheduling and nature of these Tests have been designed based on scientific and behavioural principles to maximize the learning outcomes. The same has been used by many UPSC and RBI toppers including AIR 1 Kanishak, AIR 18 Lavish and many more.