CSAT Foundation Preparation With Dr Tanu Jain Mam at Tathastu ICS

CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) is an intensive exam designed to qualify individuals for entry-level civil service positions. To succeed, CSAT requires strength, perseverance, and perseverance – qualities essential in succeeding at its task.

Preparing well for CSAT with no background in English is certainly possible; however, effective tips and strategies must be utilized.

For CSAT Preparation opt for Tathastu ICS. 

Basic Numeracy

Numeracy refers to the ability to apply mathematical skills and knowledge in everyday life. This involves being able to read, write, count numbers as well as understanding basic arithmetical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Recognizing and comparing numerical magnitudes also forms part of numeracy skillset. Numeracy plays a vital role in people’s lives of all ages from learning about items in shopping carts to making informed decisions for personal health and safety purposes.

As soon as it comes to numeracy aptitude tests, practice should be your top priority. By becoming familiar with its format and honing your speed, practicing will enable you to build up familiarity. Furthermore, researching potential types of questions might come up will be helpful as these will depend on which job application you submit.

When applying for positions that require math skills, be sure to familiarize yourself with the types of problems you’ll be encountering such as percentages and fractions. If your confidence in math abilities is lacking, professional help from tutors may be beneficial as they can provide basic assistance while providing advice on improving problem-solving capabilities – simply check their reputation online!

Data Interpretation

Data Interpretation refers to using various analytical techniques to make sense of numerical information collected, making sense of numerical figures collected by an organization, and extracting useful knowledge that helps solve problems or answer queries. Data interpretation analysis can also be used for creating reports, making decisions, etc.

Step one in data interpretation is gathering all the required information. Next, organize it into tables, graphs and charts that are easy to read; observe and draw conclusions based on findings; then develop recommendations based on them.

Utilizing an ex-bureaucrat as your mentor is invaluable in your UPSC exam preparation, providing invaluable guidance and practical insight. They may also offer study material, lectures, or practice tests that keep you on track with prelims preparation.

Logical Reasoning

Aspiring Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) candidates need strong logical reasoning skills in order to pass this examination and enter Union Public Service Commission careers. CSAT assesses aptitude, comprehension, decision making skills and logical thinking abilities – performing well on this section can improve chances of qualifying for general services examinations.

To build your logical reasoning skills, practice questions from past year papers and study resources such as “Comprehensive Analytical Reasoning” by Arihant. Furthermore, reading newspapers and weekly magazines will increase reading comprehension and comprehension level.

Logical reasoning involves recognizing patterns in information received and reaching logical conclusions or solutions to them. It can help you become a more effective communicator, project organizer, manager or supervisor; you can even use it to analyze data and make more informed decisions at work. This skill can make you invaluable.

To develop your logical reasoning skills, try solving as many questions as possible with increasing difficulty and aim to tackle those with the highest difficulty first. Doing this will allow you to gain a greater understanding of each concept involved while building an excellent foundation for future studies as well as increasing your overall score in the CSAT exam. Also be sure to take mock tests or previous year’s question papers regularly in order to assess your level of preparation and improve time management.


Comprehension literally translates to “grasping.” And that is exactly what readers do when they read: they savor each word, make connections between texts and what they already know, and contemplate deeply on what they have just read.

Tathastu ICS can serve as your indispensable partner on the road to UPSC success, with timetables, lectures and short notes designed to keep you on the path towards excellence. Plus with former bureaucrat mentorship available from day one of classes; their prelims test series prepares students for whatever surprises may arise during examination day! Good luck on your journey and remember: once I COMPREHEND.