The assistant provident fund commissioners are the spine of the organization. They are responsible for the enforcement and administration of the Act and scheme provisions. Their work area is very broad and some of the many job roles are listed below:

Enforcement, Exemption & Recovery

  • Enforcement of the Act to all establishments under the Act
  • Ensuring Compliance of exempted PF trusts
  • They have been notified as Recovery Officers by the Central Government for recovering the PF dues from employers by using the powers akin to that of a civil court

Quasi Judicial Authority

  • Conducting inquiry which shall be deemed to be a judicial proceeding
  • Power to recover damages from the employers by way of penalty.
  • Powers akin to a civil court for enforcing attendance and production of records of any  person for the purpose of inquiry

Finance & Accounts, Banking, Pension, Legal

  • Settlement of Claims, Preparation of Accounts of members and establishments
  • Preparation of Balance Sheet
  • Ensuring filing and follow up of criminal cases filed against the employers in the Courts of Magistrates
  • Liaisoning with banks for smooth pension disbursement

Human Resource Management (HRM)

  • Recruitment, Promotion and all administrative matters
  • Looking after administrative Vigilance
  • Legal matters related to service
  • Staff Associations

Customer Service

  • Ensuring timely resolution of grievances 
  • Organizing Bhavishya Nidhi Adalat every month
  • Ensuring technological upgradation and computerization in EPFO
  • Carrying out training & research in the field of social security in the national academy and zonal training institutes


  • Monitoring and providing permission to inspections
  • Monitoring investment in equities
  • Keeping watch on timely investment and returns
  • Work related to Social Security Agreements with other countries

Understanding the eligibility criteria before applying for the exam is important as it ensures a seamless application process and prevents unintentional disqualification. Without a clear understanding of these criteria, you may unknowingly overlook certain requirements, leading to disqualification from the selection process. This could result in losing a valuable opportunity and hinder your dream of joining EPFO as an APFC. So, let’s understand the eligibility criteria.

Eligibility criteria include two major categories:


  • Maximum is 35 years*

(Minimum age limit is not mentioned in the notification)

1.1. Age Relaxation

There is some age relaxation for some specific categories. 

APFC: Age Limit Relaxation
SNo. Category Age Relaxation Upper Age Limit
1 General None 35
2 Other Backward Castes (OBC) 3 Years 38
3 SC/ST 5 Years 40
4 Ex-Servicemen (including Military Services) 5 Years 40
5 Central Govt. Employees 5 Years 40
6 Employes of EPFO 5 Years 40
7 PwD (General/EWS) 10 Years 45
8 PwD (OBC) 13 Years 48
9 PwD (SC/ST) 15 Years 50

Educational Qualification

  • Essential: Degree of a recognized University or equivalent. 
  • Desirable: Diploma in Company Law/Labour Laws/Public Administration

Important Note: The Qualifications are relaxable at the discretion of the Union Public Service Commission, for reasons to be recorded in writing, in the case of candidates otherwise well qualified.

A thorough understanding of the syllabus significantly impacts your preparation strategy and success in the examination. It provides insights into the specific subjects and topics that will be evaluated. 

According to the official notification, the syllabus of the UPSC EPFO APFC exam broadly comprises the following topics:

  1. General English
  2. Indian Freedom Struggle
  3. Current Events and Developmental Issues
  4. Indian Polity & Economy
  5. General Accounting Principles
  6. Industrial Relations & Labour Laws
  7. General Science & Knowledge of Computer Applications
  8. General Mental Ability & Quantitative Aptitude
  9. Social Security in India

The syllabus in the official UPSC notification is indicative. Therefore, we analyzed previous years’ question papers to identify the detailed syllabus for the UPSC EPFO APFC exam.

Below is the detailed syllabus of the EPFO APFC exam:

General English

Here is the detailed general English syllabus:

  • Parts of Speech
  • Structure of Sentence
  • Subject-Verb
  • Agreements
  • Nouns
  • Pronouns 
  • Verbs
  • Tenses
  • Modals
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Complex Preposition 
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Idioms & Phrases
  • Conditional Sentences
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions 
  • Articles
  • Adjectives
  • Determiners
  • Adverbs
  • Active-Passive
  • Rearrangement Para Jumbles
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms 
  • One word substitution


General Science

Here is the detailed general science syllabus:


  • Units and Measurements
  • Kinematics including distance, displacement, speed, velocity and acceleration
  • Dynamics and Newton’s laws of motion
  • Electricity
  • Pressure and its applications
  • Light – Phenomenon like Refraction, Reflection, Total Internal Reflection, Dispersion, Diffraction and Interference
  • Uniform Circular Motion and Simple Harmonic Motion


  • Physical and Chemical changes
  • Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
  • Atoms and Molecules
  • Chemistry in daily life
  • Energy – Renewable and Non-Renewable
  • Metals and Non-metals
  • Acids and Bases 


  • Food Components
  • Health and Diseases
  • Cells and Tissues
  • Organ systems – Digestive system, Skeletal system, Muscular system, Respiratory system, Circulatory system and Reproductive System

Space Technology

  • Satellites and orbits
  • Indian Space Programme
  • Important Space Agencies of the world
  • Applications of Space Technology

Important Technologies

  • Nuclear Technology
  • Biotechnology
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Nanotechnology

Current Events

Here is the detailed syllabus of Current Events:

  • Government schemes
  • Reports of National and International Organizations
  • First in News
  • Defence Exercises
  • Environment 
  • Sports
  • Awards and Milestones
  • Days in News
  • Persons in News
  • Appointments
  • Fairs and Festivals
  • Places in News
  • Books and Authors
  • Miscellaneous

Indian Culture, Heritage and Freedom Movement

Here is the detailed syllabus of Indian Culture, Heritage and Freedom Movement:

Decline of Mughal Empire and Rise of Regional Powers

  • Reasons for Disintegration of Mughal Empire
  • Later Mughals after Aurangzeb
  • Emergence of Regional Powers
  • Weakness of Regional Politics

Advent of Europeans

  • Advent of Portuguese in India
  • Dutch in India
  • Advent of English in India
  • Advent of Danes in India
  • Advent of French in India 

Rise of British in India

  • Anglo French Struggle for Supremacy
  • British Conquest of Bengal
  • British conquest of Mysore and Maratha Empire
  • British conquest of Sindh, Punjab and Awadh
  • British annexation beyond Indian frontiers
  • Reorganization of British Political system
  • Police Administration
  • Revenue Administration
  • Significant policies of British to consolidate 

Early Reforms During British Rule

  • Administrative reforms under British rule
  • Aspects of British Administration in India
  • Civil Services
  • Police System
  • Judicial System
  • The Army
  • Development in Press
  • Development in Communication and Education
  • Development of Railways

Revolt of 1857

  • Causes of Revolt of 1857
  • Beginning and Spread of Revolt
  • Suppression of Revolt
  • Cause for the failure of Revolt
  • Nature of Revolt
  • Consequences of 1857 Revolt

Rise of Nationalism & Formation of INC

  • Reasons for Rise of Indian Nationalism
  • Political Associations before Indian National Congress
  • Highlights of Pre – Congress Political work
  • Foundation of Indian National Congress
  • Early Nationalists – the Moderate Era
  • Contributions of Moderate Nationalists
  • Powers and Functions of Parliament
  • Prominent Moderate Leaders
  • Indian Council Act of 1892

Swadeshi Movement and Rise of Extremisim

  • Understanding Extremists
  • Swadeshi Movement
  • Morley Minto Reforms

Important Events from 1908 – 1918

  • First phase of Revolutionary Activities
  • Delhi Durbars
  • First World War and Nationalist Movement
  • Entry of Mahatma Gandhi in Indian Freedom Struggle
  • Important Congress Sessions between 1908 – 1918

Important Events from 1919 – 1929

  • Post War Economic Hardships
  • Government of India Act, 1919
  • Rowlatt Act 1919
  • Non-Cooperation and Khilafat Movement
  • Swarajist and 2nd Phase of Revolutionary Interview
  • Growth of left movement in India
  • 2nd Phase of Revolutionary Struggle
  • Simon Commission and Nehru report

Important Events from 1929 to 1939

  • Civil Disobedience Movement – First phase
  • Karachi Congress Session
  • Round Table Conferences
  • Second Phase of Civil  Disobedience Movement
  • Communal Award and Poona Pact, 1932
  • Government of India Act of 1935
  • Aftermath of Civil Disobedience Movement
  • Provincial Elections of 1937

Important Events from 1940 to 1947

  • Wardha Resolution
  • August Offer and Individual Satyagraha
  • Cripps Mission
  • Quit India Movement
  • Constitutional deadlocks after Quit India Movement
  • Indian National Army and RIN mutiny
  • Run up to Independence 

Socio – Religious Reform Movements

  • Backdrop of Indian Renaissance
  • Important Reform Movements and their leaders – Eastern India
  • Important Reform Movements and their leaders – Western India
  • Important Reform Movements and their leaders – North India
  • Other Important Movement and their leaders
  • Reform Movements of other Religions

Miscellaneous Topics of Modern History

  • Anti – Colonial Rebellions in India
  • Tribal Uprisings
  • Politico – Religious Uprisings
  • Major Peasant Movements

Miscellaneous Topics of Ancient and Medieval History

  • Indus Valley Civilization
  • Vedic Age
  • Rise of Mahajanpadas
  • Mauryan Dynasty
  • Post Mauryan
  • Gupta Age
  • Harsha Empire
  • Delhi Sultanate
  • Mughal Rule in India

Religion & Philosophy in India

  • Schools of Indian Philosophy
  • Buddhism & Jainism
  • Bhakti & Sufi Movement in India
  • Important Saints in India

Sculptures & Architecture in India

  • Sculptures in Indus Valley Civilisation
  • Ancient Indian Art – Mauryan &  Post Mauryan; Gupta & Post Gupta Art
  • Sculptures Under Delhi Sultanate & Mughal Rule
  • Modern Sculpture
  • Pottery in India
  • Architecture During Indus Valley Civilisation
  • Rock Cut & Cave Architecture

Temple Architecture in India

  • Indo Islamic Architecture

Indian Music

  • History of Music in India
  • Anatomy of Indian Music
  • Types of Musical Instrument
  • Schools of Indian Music – Hindustani & Carnatic Music
  • Popular Folk Music Styles
  • Popular Folk Theatre 

Indian Dance Forms

  • History of Dance in India
  • Important Aspects of Dances in India
  • Classical Dance Forms in India
  • Folk Dance Forms in India

Indian Paintings

  • Pre Historic Paintings in India
  • Mural Paintings in India
  • Miniature Paintings in India
  • Folk Painting Styles in India
  • Modern Indian Paintings

Indian languages & Literature

  • Language Families in India
  • Scripts in India
  • Linguistic Composition in Indian Population
  • Literature in India

Important Fairs & Festivals in India

UNESCO World Heritage in India

Population, Development and Globalization

Here is the detailed syllabus of Population, Development and Globalization:

Indian Geography 

  • Landforms in India – Mountains & Hill Ranges; Plateaus; Islands etc.
  • Political Geography – Borders of  India; Locations of States/UTs
  • Drainage Systems – Rivers; Lakes;  Wetlands.
  • Important Places in News


  • Distribution of Global Human Population
  • Population in India – Attributes;  Distribution; Census 2011 Data


  • Concept of Development – Meaning; Pillars; Processes
  • Human Development – Concept; Human Development Index


  • Meaning of Globalisation
  • Triggers & Barriers for Globalisation
  • Impact of Globalisation


  • Basics About Pollution & Climate Change

Governance and Constitution of India

Here is the detailed syllabus of Governance and Constitution of India:

Constitutional Framework of India 

  • Historical Background of Indian Constitution
  • Making of Indian Constitution
  • Features of Indian Constitution
  • Preamble of Indian Constitution
  • Amendment of Indian Constitution
  • Basic Structure Theory of Indian Constitution

Indian Union and Its Citizens

  • Making of Indian Union Indian Citizenship

Rights and Duties of Indian Citizens

  • Fundamental Rights
  • Directive Principles of State Policy
  • Fundamental Duties

Centre State Relations

  • Legislative Relations
  • Administrative Relations
  • Financial Relations
  • Committees/Commissions for Centre State Relations
  • Interstate Relations – Interstate Councils, Zonal Councils etc.
  • Emergency Provisions in India

Executives in India

  • Union Executive
    • President of India
    • Vice President of India
    • Prime Minister of India
    • Council of Ministers at Centre
    • Cabinet Committees
  • State Executive
    • Governor
    • Chief Minister
    • Council of Ministers at State

Legislatures in India

  • Parliament of India
    • Composition of Parliament of India
    • Presiding Officers of the Parliament
    • Proceedings of Parliament
    • Legislative Procedure in Parliament
    • Annual Financial Statement – Budget
    • Powers and Functions of Parliament
    • Parliamentary Privileges
    • Committees of the Parliament
  • State Legislature
    • Composition of State Legislature
    • Eligibility of a Member of State Legislature
    • Presiding Officers of the State Legislature
    • Proceedings of State Legislature
    • Legislative Proceedings in the State Legislature
    • Election System in India

Judiciary in India

  • Supreme Court of India
  • High Courts in India
  • Subordinate Courts
  • National Legal Service Authority
  • Tribunals in India

Constitutional and Non – Constitutional Bodies in India

  • Major Constitutional Bodies
  • Major Non – Constitutional Bodies
  • Quasi – Judicial Bodies
  • Pressure Groups
  • Regulatory Bodies

Local Governments in India

  • Panchayati Raj Institutions
  • Municipalities

Miscellaneous Topics

  • Union Territories
  • Scheduled and Tribal Areas
  • Special Provisions for Some State
  • Comparison of Indian Constitution with other Countries

Present Trends in Indian Economy

Here is the detailed syllabus of Present Trends in Indian Economy:

Introduction to Demand and Supply

  • Microeconomics V Macroeconomics
  • Basics of Demand
  • Basics of Supply
  • Equilibrium

Elasticity of Demand

  • Concept and Factors Affecting Demand
  • Shift in Demand Curve
  • Price Elasticity of Demand
  • Cross Elasticity of Demand
  • Income Elasticity of Demand

Measurement of Growth

  • Basics of Economy
  • Circular Flow of Income
  • Gross Domestic Product
  • Important Macroeconomic Identities
  • Growth, Welfare and Development
  • Market Structures

Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in India

  • Poverty
    • Poverty and its Types
    • Measurement of Poverty
    • Poverty Related Sustainable Development Goals
  • Employment in India
    • Employment Generation in India
    • Types of Unemployment in India
    • Measurement of Unemployment
    • Status of Employment in India

Economic History of India

  • Indian Economy: A Brief Overview
  • Various Sectors of the Economy
  • Features of the Indian Economy
  • Concerns Facing the Indian Economy
  • Underdevelopment
  • Meaning and Types of Economic Planning
  • Economic Planning in India Before and After Independence
  • Economic Reforms in India
  • NITI Aayog

Monetary Policy

  • Basics of Monetary Policy
  • Monetary Policy in India
  • Instruments of Monetary Policy
  • Types of Monetary Policy
  • Financial Institutions in India


  • Meaning and its Causes
  • Effects of Inflation
  • Important Terms associated with Inflation
  • Measures to Control Inflation
  • Measuring Inflation
  • Inflation Targeting in India
  • Trends of Inflation in India

Fiscal Policy

  • Basics of Budget
  • Basics of Fiscal Policy
  • Components of Budget
  • Measures of Government Deficit
  • Public Debt in India
  • Goods and Services Tax

Regional Economic Cooperation

  • Regional Economic Integration
  • South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation
  • Association of Southeast Asian Nations
  • Bay of Bengal Initiative for MultiSectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation
  • Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar
  • Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
  • One Belt, One Road and Maritime Silk Route
  • Shanghai Cooperation Organization
  • Indian Ocean Rim Association
  • Indian Ocean Commission
  • Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
  • India’s Experience with Free Trade Agreements

International Economic Institutions

  • Introduction
  • The World Bank
  • The International Monetary Fund
  • World Trade Organisation

Opening UP of the Indian Economy, Balance of Payment

  • Balance of Payment
  • Exchange Rate
  • Types of Currencies
  • Exchange Rate Management in India

Industrial and Labour Policy

  • Introduction
  • Evolution of India’s Industrial Policy
  • Disinvestment
  • Micro, Small and Medium 
  • Enterprises in India
  • Special Economic Zones
  • National Investment and 
  • Manufacturing Zones
  • National Manufacturing Policy
  • Industrial Corridors
  • Indices/Surveys to Measure Industrial Performance in India
  • Labour Policy

Finance Commission

  • Appointment
  • Composition of Finance Commission
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Procedures and Functioning
  • 14th Finance Commission
  • 15th Finance Commission

Accountancy & Auditing 

Here is the detailed Accountancy syllabus:


  • Introduction to the Accounting
    • Meaning of an economic event
    • Branches of Accounting
    • Understanding the process of accounting
    • Objective of Accounting
  • Theory Base of Accounting
    • Accounting principles and conventions
    • Accounting terminology
  • Recording of Transactions
    • Business Transactions and Source Document
    • Accounting Equation
    • Accounting books – Journal, Ledger, cash book and other accounting books
    • Rules of Debit and Credit
    • Types of Accounts
    • Logic of recording of transactions
    • Trial Balance
    • Concept, importance, and role of Trial balance
    • Types of accounting errors
    • Formation of Trial balance
    • Suspense Account
  • Bills of Exchange
    • Concept and introduction
    • Parties of Bill of Exchange
    • Modus operandi of Bills of Exchange
    • Promissory note
    • Discounting of Bills – Process
    • Rebate of Bill of Exchange
  • Accounting Standards
    • Accounting for share capital
    • Accounting for inventory and investment
    • Accounting for bonus shares and buyback of shares
  • Preparation of the Final Accounts
    • Understanding of Trading account, Profit and loss account and balance sheet
  • Ratio Analysis
    • Concept and type of ratios.


  • Introduction to Auditing
    • Classification of Audit
    • Company Auditor
    • Vouching

Industrial Relations and Labour Laws

Here is the detailed Industrial Relations and Labour Laws syllabus:

Industrial Relations

  • Overview of industrial relations
  • Indian labour force
  • Trade union
  • Collective bargaining
  • Industrial discipline and grievance procedure
  • Industrial conflicts and disputes
  • Settlement of industrial disputes
  • Labour welfare
  • Wages
  • Workers participation management
  • International industrial relations
  • Industrial health & safety
  • Miscellaneous

Labour Laws

  • Payment of wages act, 1936
  • Minimum wages act, 1948
  • Industrial employment (standing orders) act, 1946
  • Trade unions act, 1926
  • Factories act, 1948
  • Industrial disputes act, 1947


Here is the detailed Insurance syllabus:

Introduction to Insurance

  • Insurance – Basic Concept and Definition
  • Risk and Insurance
  • Different parties of Insurance
  • Modus Operandi of Insurance
  • Basic Terminology of Insurance

Principles of Insurance

  • Principle of utmost good faith
  • Principle of insurable interest
  • Principle of proximate cause
  • Principle of subrogation
  • Principle of loss minimization
  • Principle of indemnity
  • Principle of contribution

Types of Insurance

  • Life Insurance and its types
  • Term Insurance
  • Unit-linked Insurance Plan
  • Pension plans
  • Money back Policy
  • General Insurance and its types
  • Motor insurance
  • Home insurance
  • Fire insurance
  • Miscellaneous other type of insurance

Insurance as a Part of Social Security

  • Insurance schemes
  • Insurance role in social security
  • Difference between social security insurance schemes and private insurance schemes
  • Current state of insurance in India
  • Emerging concepts in the insurance industry

Social Security

Here is the detailed Social Security syllabus:

Social Security Schemes

  • Types of retirement schemes
  • National pension system
  • Atal pension yojana
  • Social security schemes

Social Security Legislations

  • Employees compensation act, 1923
  • Employees’ state insurance act, 1948
  • Employees’ provident fund and miscellaneous provisions act, 1952
  • Maternity benefit act, 1961
  • Payment of gratuity act, 1972

Basic Knowledge of Computer Applications

Here is the detailed syllabus of basic knowledge of computer applications:

Introduction to Computer

  • Computer – Definition and Major parts of Computer
  • Uses of Computer, along with advantages and disadvantages of using computer.
  • History of Computer
  • Generation of Computer
  • Types of Computers

Computer Organisation and Data Processing Cycle

  • Computer Organisation
  • Data Processing Cycle
  • Instruction Cycle 

Hardware and Software

  • Introduction to the computer hardware and software parts, Input and Output devices
  • Functions of Motherboard
  • Types of Software


  • Introduction
  • Memory Hierarchy
  • Memory Management
  • Memory Measurement

Operating System

  • Introduction
  • Functions of operating system
  • Types of operating system
  • Basic understanding of MS-DOS and windows

Computer Network

  • Introduction
  • Components of computer network
  • Types of Computer network
  • Computer network architecture
  • Network Protocols
  • Network topology
  • Introduction to the Internet

Commonly Used Short-cuts and Full Form Used in Computer Parlance 

Quantitative Aptitude

Here is the detailed quantitative aptitude syllabus:

  • Simplification
  • LCM and HCF
  • Percentage
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Mixture and Allegation
  • Profit and Loss
  • Simple and Compound Interest
  • Average
  • Time and Work
  • Pipe and Cistern
  • Time and Distance
  • Boats and Streams
  • Mensuration 2D and 3D
  • Data Interpretation
  • Probability

General Mental Ability

Here is the detailed syllabus of general mental ability:

  • Alphabetical and Alphanumeric Series
  • Coding and Decoding
  • Syllogism
  • Direction Sense
  • Ranking and Order
  • Blood Relation
  • Letter Series
  • Analogy
  • Clock
  • Calendar
  • Dice
  • Venn Diagram
  • Counting Figure
  • Cube and Cuboid


Here is the detailed syllabus of statistics:

  • Basics of Statistics 
  • Understanding of the core concepts 
  • Mean, Median and Mode 
  • What is standard deviation and its use 
  • What is dispersion and its application part
  • Sampling and different methods of Sampling

Analyzing the previous years’ cut-offs is paramount for you as it offers valuable insights into the level of performance required for a competitive edge. Armed with this knowledge, you can identify trends and prioritize high-scoring sections to tailor your preparation strategically.

Please note that the cut-offs of 2023 have not been released yet. We’ll update them once UPSC releases 2023 cut-off marks. The table below shows cut-off for recruitment test, interview and final selection for the year 2015:


2015 Cut-Off Marks
Recruitment Test 66.50 60.5 56.5 54.5 51.5 44.5
Interview 50 45 40 40
Final Selection 268.37 249.86 234.74 229.30 221.94 201.54


Preparing for the EPFO APFC exam requires a structured and strategic approach. To help you through this journey, refer to this sample 6-month plan that you can tailor to align with your specific strengths, weaknesses, and the time at your disposal.

  • Category 1 (Working Professional/Housewife): If you fall into category one, you have a busy schedule and limited time for preparation. However, for effective preparation, it is recommended to allocate an average of 5 to 6 hours daily.
  • Category 2 (Full Time Aspirants): If you fall into category two, having the flexibility to dedicate more time, you can comfortably allocate 7 to 8 hours on a daily basis for effective preparation.

Here is how you can cover these hours:

Category 1  Category 2
You can cover 5 to 6 hours in two shifts:

  • Morning Shift: 6:00 am to 8:30 am
  • Evening Shift: 8 pm to 11 pm  
You can cover 7 to 8 hours in three shifts:

  • Morning Shift: 8:00 am to 10:30 am
  • Afternoon Shift: 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm
  • Evening Shift: 5 pm to 8 pm 

Important Note: If you are also preparing for the other exams, you can allocate your morning and afternoon shifts to cover those exams, and keep the evening shift to prepare for the EPFO APFC exam. Moreover, this is a suggested average time requirement that you can adjust based on your individual needs.

Here is the 6-Months EPFO APFC preparation strategy: 

6 Month Study Plan​
Days​ Morning Shift​ Evening Shift​
1 – 40 ​ Accountancy​ Quantitative Aptitude​
41 – 65 ​ Social Security​ Logical Reasoning​
66 – 90 ​ Indian Economy​ General English​
91 – 125 ​ Indian Culture, Heritage & History​ Industrial Relations & Labor Laws​
126 – 135​ Computer Awareness​
136 – 165​ Governance & Constitution of India​ Auditing + Insurance​
166 – 180 ​ PDG​ General Science + Statistics​


Important Note: After each session, review your performance, pinpoint your weak areas, and allocate additional time to improve your weaknesses.