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How should I start preparing for the IAS exam?

 

 

Certain points to be considered while starting preparation for IAS Exam

 
General eligibility is the first thing to be kept in mind:
 
The aspirant should be a Graduate in any subject. To apply, the age of the applicant should be between 21-32, if general category.

 

Your preparation should be aligned with the UPSC Civil Services Exam Cycle and dates, which has three stages – Prelims, Mains and Interview, which normally has a fixed schedule like June (for Prelims), Nov/Dec (for Mains) and March/April (for Interviews).

 

Your choice of subjects is also very important when you start the preparation of the IPS exam. What you like as a subject and what you actually excel in is very important to make choice of subjects because in the end your scores count, that’s all.

 

Time factor is important to consideration when you start the preparation for the IAS exam- comprehensively how months one needs to put in, – 10-12 months of aggressive preparation is a must. A vigorous time bound preparation is very important. A slow and delayed preparation is not the answer, you to set time goals. You will need to put in effective and ideal number of hours in preparation every day.

 

Also See :  UPSC Exam Dates

 

Latest syllabus with pattern must be procured with past question papers. Find out about what topic you would have an edge and the topics you would need help in. Do it for all the subjects.

 

These are certain step as an aspirant for the UPSC civil service exam, you should keep in mind at the head on star.

 

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UPSC guide for beginners – Preparation for ‘The Preparation’
 
The Civil Services Exam is ranked the 5th in the index of “Toughest Exams in the World’  –  conducted by UPSC is the dream of about half the youth of our nation. But even before the preparation, there are some things that you must keep in mind so as to keep your preparation focused and success oriented.

 

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Studying Smart to crack the UPSC Civil Service Exam
 
Mere hard work won’t give result through the constantly changing pattern of the civil service exam. It is the changing strategy along with changing the style of preparation that will get better results. The combination between working hard and studying smart is what will be discussed in this article.

 

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List of Entrance Exams for Arts students after Graduation
 
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