Thank You so much for the huge response on our First Open Mock. Your participation has been a great motivation for us.
Nearly 4900 Students have appeared till now. Below is the list of Top 50 that we have selected manually so as to avoid double test takers.
Topper, Rank 1- Is our ILP Aspirant 🙂
- Vivek Nalla
- Mohan Krish
- prasanna kausani
- shalini A
- prabhakar kumar
- ram kura
- Ayushi Gandhi
- krishan kumar sharma
- sandhya bondada
- srinivas samrath
- pepe ningthoujam
- abhijeet Narayan
- Surya Prakash
- Saurabh Kumar
- Doubt Demolisher
- Minga Sherpa
- kartan shivaraj
- Namita Target2016
- Kartik Namburi
- Abhishek Kumar
- Aniruddha Poonia
- manju vani
- Nitish Kumar
- Abhishek Khanna
- Lakshman Dongari
- vishwanjali Gaikwad
- Arpit Goel
- Ankit Kumar
- Sss Nnn
- rahul garg
- manav Yadav
- rakhi jain
- BUBUN MISHRA
- Rituraj Choudhary
- SHESHIDHAR REDDY
- Sagar Jain
- JYOTIRMOY NAIR
- Mansi Srivastava
- Yashpratap Shrimal
- Akhil T
- Rohit Sajeev
The other 250 aspirants post Top 50 have attempted the exam once and have genuinely got the rank. Congratulations to all of them.
You can check the rank list here– Click
We are overwhelmed to find many ILP users who have been consistent with the Tests to again mark their effort in Open Mock by securing 100 marks and above. 100 in Top 500 are our ILP followers.
This makes us believe that our followers have great chance to qualify upcoming Prelims on 7th August.
Go get it Guys!!
Take Away and Key Learnings :
A sincere aspirant is always concerned about his/her performance. He should analyse his strengths and weaknesses and not others !
For many, the Mock Test appeared very tough at the same time others scored really well. This diversity always remains with UPSC exam.
Yes the Mock Test was on the tougher side. Anything above 76 is a very good score.
Also initially were few manual and human error. We accepted it and rectified it at the earliest.
The older solution file got uploaded and key lesson for us is never outsource key work 🙂 (including trivial things like upload)
One or two questions were purposefully wronged.
Because in a UPSC paper also one would find the same.
Imagine if the first question is very ambiguous and many people spend 3-5 minutes.
In the process they loose their thought process, temperament and spoil the paper.
If gone in the first 5 minutes you have lost the battle. Probably 10-15 % of aspirants have experienced this.
The smart ones are those who know what to attempt and what to leave .
Art of ” leaving “, my friends can help you in art of “living”.
This examination is totally different than others in a sense that you need to know “What not to do than what to do”
Same pattern was followed and we put certain questions with ambiguity, technicality and factual data. It was meant to let you control your emotions and avoid those questions and focus on maximizing your attempts.
Now that you have faced the tough challenge wait for our next mock. This will be an easier paper on the lines of UPSC. This will complete your acclimatization to UPSC!!
Request to people with less score
Do not bogged down by less score. Revise everything properly and be confident. Peace of mind leads to productivity.
If you are occupied with negative thoughts before the exam, no luck will work for you. Being confident is the key.
Learn from it and move ahead. This should be your attitude. Get all geared up for the second mock on August 1.
We will not leave you until you clear prelims!! 🙂
P.S- Way to Download PDF for Mock 1
- Login to your test profile, Exams Section.
- Go to History Tab on the LHS of the Profile
- You will find ‘Generate Pdf” option on the RHS of your Test. Click on it and get it into your inbox.