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PSIR- Which test series to take- Shubhra mam or Gsscore's Piyush

edited December 2018 in Test Series
Dear PSIR friends,
I am confused about PSIR test series, which one to take. Whether to go for Shubhra Ranjan mam TS or Piyush Chaubey of Gsscore. My goal is to get quality feedback which helps score good marks and someone who can explain a newbie to PSIR the mistakes in a structured manner.
I know shubhra mam is the best, but the issue is she won't be checking scripts herself. But is it still worth it?. She charges 25K, which includes 20+ tests and post-prelims crash course with videos.
I am also thinking about Gsscore's Piyush sir. Many past toppers have also taken his test series. I guess I would be getting bit more personalised feedback from him on my scripts. Though I have no idea about the quality of feedback.
Please clarify about these issues. Those who have already been to these institutes please suggest me which one to go for and why.
Mein rahaan te nahi turda,
Mein turda taan raah bande..

Comments

  • If you are focussed on feedback than I would suggest to try a short test series of just ias...as this time I joined them and feedback was given by teachers directly(they are professors of pol sc.)...they have less crowd and hence proportionate attention on structure and content...on the other hand I have heard access to Piyush sir is also easy and hence feedback(I have not attended) ...rest you can take action based on your priority...in case of subhra Ranjan(attended her class)...she would not check ur script certainly, yet you can certainly discuss your paper with her(you have to catch her)
  • edited December 2018
    Thanks. Certainly I will catch mam. Hehe. That's where I am confused ..My mind is thinking which would be a better bargain. Certainly other teachers can give access but I don't know whether they can guide as well as Shubhra mam. If I join man's test series, she also must have employed some Psir professors, and if I can get access to her even if for some answers wouldn't that be good given her 20 year experience. Plus she would be discussing tests in class, so that can give better idea how to structure answers??.
    Mein rahaan te nahi turda,
    Mein turda taan raah bande..
  • chandan_k said:

    If you are focussed on feedback than I would suggest to try a short test series of just ias...as this time I joined them and feedback was given by teachers directly(they are professors of pol sc.)...they have less crowd and hence proportionate attention on structure and content...on the other hand I have heard access to Piyush sir is also easy and hence feedback(I have not attended) ...rest you can take action based on your priority...in case of subhra Ranjan(attended her class)...she would not check ur script certainly, yet you can certainly discuss your paper with her(you have to catch her)

    Just checked justias website. They do some good professor including SD Muni which is a big name. I wonder if he really checks the copies.
    Mein rahaan te nahi turda,
    Mein turda taan raah bande..
  • S D Muni sir will not be available as per as I know(though can't be 100% sure,)...not even for sessions...other two teachers are always available
  • edited December 2018
    Shubra mam has authority when it comes to PSIR , but her classes are as good are her class notes . One can opt for other institute and do PSIR test series at SR. If you get acess to mam
    HUSTLE
  • Shubra mam has authroty when it comes to PSIR , but her classes are as good are her class notes . One can opt for other institute and do PSIR test series at SR. If you get acess to mam

    Thankyou.
    Mein rahaan te nahi turda,
    Mein turda taan raah bande..
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