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Essay Test – E02 – Statistics & Analysis

 Top 3 Scores – 114, 105, 99 out of 250

 Top 3 Scorers – Chinmoy, Gaurav, Shruti
Average Score – 57
Total  number of submissions – 373
 Most attempted topic- Digital Economy and India
 The 2nd Most attempted topic- Will we be leaving the Earth as a better place than we found it?
 The 3rd Most attempted topic- Daughters of India –their struggles, their plights and their achievements.
 The least  attempted topic- “Ability can take you to the top, character will keep you there”
 The topic where we noted minimal digression among students-  Digital Economy and India.
 The topic where we noted maximum digression among students- Daughters of India –their struggles, their plights and their achievements.
 The topic where we noted very good writing style and content –  Will we be leaving the earth as a better place than we found it ?
 The topic where we noted that everyone had to work on their content (less/more)-Daughters of India –their struggles, their plights and their achievements  and  “Ability can take you to the top, character will keep you there”

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Topics of Essay Test – E03
1. Is Globalization digging its own grave in the form of de-Globalization?.
2. Blue Economy and India
3. “Rights without duties” is bad but “Politics without principle” is worse.
4. Challenges to India’s internal security – the emerging and the perpetual.
Total submission till date – 127 (If you have not submitted, please do submit)
Do write on the topic that we provide as that can be more helpful than picking up random topics. Just because one likes a topic that does not mean that UPSC will ask that topic. We manged to predict 6 out 8 essays in Mains 2016. We intend to do the same this year, but writing past UPSC topics or any other topic that you picked from internet is secondary. You efforts should not be fruitless.Our goal is to predict the future with precision not ponder over past and so should you.If you like a particualr topic  and want to write, we will certainly review it, but before writing it, send us the topic that you want to write, so that we can guide you accordingly or re-calibrate the topic or theme to suit UPSC needs.

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