March 25, 2019 by Kanica P - Comments(1)
The Union Public Service Commission i.e. UPSC conducts an examination every year and aspirants apply for this examination in a huge number. It is considered to be one of the toughest examinations of the nation. This exam is basically divided into three phases, if you crack the first then you are shortlisted for the second one.
An aspirant gets three chances to attempt the IAS. This article is especially for beginners and who are serious for this examination. Don’t panic, yes it is a tough exam due to its vast syllabus but not impossible to crack. Take inspiration from the fellows who just cracked it and follow the study plan in a serious node.
A Warm-up Session:
Be cool and go through the IAS syllabus thoroughly. This is the most important part of preparing the exam because you need to know what all things are in this exam. By going through the syllabus, you can actually figure out that on which part of syllabus you are excel and on which part you need to work harder.
Well, before everything make sure you have checked the examination dates and filled the form right.
IAS Study Plan:
Mainly this examination contains the basic topics i.e. class VI to class XII. It’s a good thing and don’t forget the things which make it the toughest exam. So here is the book which you must follow is NCERT from class VI to class VII.
Make a plan to crack both the Prelims and Mains exam. If you wish to reach the heights then you need to look at your target right. This would help you to crack both the exams easily.
• But before the two months of prelims examination, you should dedicate your time to the prelims only.
• Solve at least 100 MCQs in a time set format so that you can manage to solve the real exam.
• Try to solve questions correctly and avoid negative marking. Check your answers and score yourself including negative marks.
• This would improve your speed, accuracy, and confidence.
Current affairs are the key. This can increase your rank and decrease it at the same time. So carefully study the current affairs according to the examination point of view. Ignore all the entertainment types of news and your interests like not connected to the exam questions. Start reading the current affairs which are going to ask you in the examination.
You can follow the monthly magazines or some yearly/ half yearly books to boost your knowledge.
All the Best!
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