Combined Defence Services (CDS) is a pen and paper based examination conducted twice a year by UPSC to recruit commissioned officers in all the three branches of Indian Defence, i.e., Army, Navy and Air force. It is one of the most sought after jobs in India as who doesn’t want to serve the nation in all its glory. 18th November is the scheduled date and with around 2.5 lakhs candidates appearing for 414 vacancies, the fight is really tough. Also, not much time is left.
No dream is easy to realise, but also no goal is unachievable, provided you have channelized your time and energy the right way. First things first, a deep understanding of the syllabus and the question pattern is a must. CDS examination has got three sections of Mathematics, English and General Knowledge. The best way to comprehend the pattern and difficulty of questions is by solving more and more practice sets.
The ‘Practice Set for CDS’ from our book ’10 Practice Sets for CDS’ with the detailed solution will guide you in the right direction of glory. It will give you a fair idea about the level of paper. Practice makes you analyse your strengths and weaknesses and gives you a chance to rectify your strategy. Continuous hard work will neutralize any weakness you have got and victory will surely be at your feet. Practice as much as you can. Remember, consistency is the key.