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Personality Test Mocks (CSE - 2020)


Congratulations friends, you are now just a step away from your dream. This is where you need to put your maximum efforts with required groomingnot merely to clear the final stage but clearing it with the maximum marks and achieve top ranks.

To succeed in this stage all it takes is your willingness to put your personality to test multiple times in a conducive environment to put you at ease and in a learning mode to ascertain your strengths as well as shortcomings with the intervention ofexperts who have extensive experience in this regard.

We at BE N BY IAS provide you with unmatchable group of senior and experienced bureaucrats for Mock Personality Test sessions before your UPSC Interview so that you can have a near real time feel of the test to enable you to bring out the best in you to help you achieve higher marks and securing top ranks in the final merit list.

Instructions given by UPSC for Personality Test: -

  1. The candidate will be interviewed by a Board who will have before them a record of his/her career. He/she will be asked questions on matters of general interest. The object of the interview is to assess the personal suitability of the candidate for a career in public service by a Board of competent and unbiased observers.The test is intended to judge the mental calibre of a candidate. In broad terms, this is really an assessment of not only his/her intellectual qualities but also social traits and his/her interest in current affairs. Some of the qualities to be judged are mental alertness, critical powers of assimilation, clear and logical exposition, a balance of judgement, variety and depth of interest, ability for social cohesion and leadership, intellectual and moral integrity.
  2. The technique of this test is not that of a strict cross-examination but of a natural, though directed and purposive conversation which is intended to reveal the mental qualities of the candidate.
  3. The PersonalityTest is not intended to be a test either of the specialized or general knowledge of the candidates which has been already tested through their written papers. Candidates are expected to have taken an intelligent interest not only in their special subjects of academic study but also in the events which are happening around them both within and outside their own state or country as well as in modern currents of thought and in new discoveries which should arouse the curiosity of any well-educated youth with analytical mind.
  4. Last but not the least to test the aptitude of the candidate for being a member of the coveted Civil Services which make the steel frame of the governance of India.
We, at BE N BY IAS, groom you up for the Interview round based on your strengths and weaknesses. The Interview Guidance program is driven by Jasbir Bajaj Sir, the founder and Director of BE N BY IAS, who had himself faced the board and cleared the exam with flying colours making a mark in the coveted IAS. He excels in giving right, most appropriate and honest guidance to aspirants. His ability to mentor students without complicating the process is what differentiates him from a myriad of options available to an aspirant today.

The strategy followed is to first know the candidate better through exclusive one to one informal interaction and have an insight into their personality traits and outlook which might be repeated a number of times, if required. Once a basic assessment is done by him, personalized feedback is given to help them overcome their shortcomings.These mocks are specially designed to help the candidates to secure high scores at this final stage of the selection process.

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"Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.” – Buddha

I would never like to see the aspirants keep on waiting for tomorrow to get onto the path of success and would rather be honored to give my country as many excellent civil servants as I can during my lifetime through my motivation, mentorship and guidance. So wake up and take a call by truly following this beautiful message:

Arise, awake, and, stop not till the goal is reached. - Swami Vivekananda

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Jasbir Singh Bajaj

I.A.S. (V.R.S.)

Personality Test

“Aspirants should understand that this is not a Job Interview, It is also not an interview but a personality test.”
What the board checks is :
  • Analytical ability
  • Positive approach
  • Inquisitiveness
  • Honesty
  • Application of skills you have learned
  • Behavioral qualities
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Communication skills
  • Leadership Quality
  • Integrity
  • Smartness
  • Administrative skills

No grilling session will be done. Usually, a 5-member board with one of them as a chairman. Always try to keep your cool. Stay confident, Use the right body posture, gestures. Do not stammer, be comfortable in the language you wish to talk, either Hindi or English.

Importance of IAS Personality test - tips and tricks to crack it

Personality test is important in selection to IAS not only because it carries 275 marks but it is a stage where you directly interact with the panel and your own personality is exposed. Also it has a 14% wait age

Dress Code-First question that always comes to a student’s mind is how I should dress. My answer to this question is how you will dress if you have to meet your elders, your seniors; you are attending a very important event of your life, not talking of when you attend a marriage. Dressing also has an effect, if you wear jeans T shirts for an interview it may show your casual approach, you wear a coat in this humid season of Aug and Sept will also look odd. You will be sweating like anything and will not be comfortable. A decent plain shirt and trousers with a formal shoe should do. Remember to take a bath and not look shabby.

When you enter-Ask for permission to enter the room, sit only when they ask you to. Greet everyone. Make eye contact with all the panel members. Look confident, not over confident.

What does the panel look for in a candidate- They look for your honesty, Inquisitiveness, analytical ability and over all positive nature, be positive always. Think before you answer, understand their questions, do not jump into conclusions. Brush up on all skills acquired during the past years. Be a team player, a team man, a leader. How your skills and education you have learned will help the society and you when you work. Your behavior and respect for people. How you think. Do work on your strengths and weaknesses if any. Do work a bit on your hobbies and interests. Do not bluff/lie or fake. They will catch you and you are over.

Body Language-Sit confidently, make good eye contacts, address to all panelists, be polite, be positive, be smart. Be what you are. No crossed legs, crossed hands. Keep a balanced personality, do not throw your hands and legs, no much action is required. They are checking on how your mind works in all situations. They may put you in a pressure cooker situation, poke you, keep your calm, keep a smile and answer. Stay confident. Ask to repeat the question if you have not understood the first time but not for every question.

Pre-Preparation-Do read current affairs, read through your DAF (Detailed application form) resume and brush up and make questions and answers of all that comes to your mind. Do not stop reading or updating yourself once the mains exams are over. Continue with the good habits. Do read national and international issues, create your own opinion about them, do not take a radical stance, they need a guy with a balanced mind, not one who gets into conclusions fast. Reading again from last one weeks newspaper and the newspaper of the D- day is a must.

Post Interview-Do ask any question if unanswered. Thank the entire panel. Walk confidently.

Says Mr Jasbir Bajaj, IAS, 1987 Batch, sharing his experience and knowledge.