How can I improve my thinking in UPSC?
Pay attention to the right details. Ask questions. Keep an open mind. Avoid unproductive ambiguity. Don’t judge till you have all the information. Cultivate Curiosity.
How can I overcome my fear of prelims?
For now, prelims is a significant, yet a very small step that you are taking to climb the ladder. Approach it with joy. If you are scared, you might falter even before you climb the first step. If you face it with a smiling face, you will definitely do well (even if your preparation is not that good – believe us!)
Can I clear UPSC in 150 days?
If you are going to attempt the exam for the very first time, ‘150 days’ are more than enough to get through the prelims exam, if you work sincerely enough.
How to deal with failure in UPSC?
Don’t deny the failure. Accept it wholeheartedly. Admitting a mistake doesn’t hurt ego, it hurts future success. Unless one leaves behind the thoughts of his failure, they cannot move forward, because thoughts about failure are a burden on their mind, and with that burden it is difficult to focus on the future.
Is 2 hours of studying enough for UPSC?
The UPSC civil services exam is considered one of the toughest exams in the country. And, because of this, a lot of people recommend studying for about 15 hours per day during the IAS exam preparation time.
Can a shy person become IAS?
This is a myth. Do you have an IAS dream and are you held back because you think you are an introvert? Worry not! Even introverts can become civil servants.
Why people fail in prelims Upsc?
Lack of Revision is one of the biggest factors that aspirants fail in the UPSC Preliminary examination. So, the art of cracking UPSC prelims exam is 3Rs: Read, Revise and RE-Revise. “A dream without a goal is a wish; a goal without a plan is just a dream”.
Why am I so afraid of exams?
In most cases, exam stress is caused by the fear of failing an exam and it can also be caused by: Low motivation levels. Lack of preparation and planning. High expectations from others.
How can I score 100 plus in prelims?
Make a study plan with dedicated time to revise a subject, current affairs notes and solve at least 50 questions daily. You can start with the toughest or the lengthiest subject first. Focus on the NCERT books and revise what you have already read. After covering the basics, revise sources other than the NCERTs.
Is 5 hours of studying enough for UPSC?
1) An aspirant may not be able to concentrate fully for the entire 5 hours; hence there will be gaps, 2) An aspirant has to study GS, optional, current affairs, etc., every day, and to divide the 5 hours, may not be effective. Hence, an aspirant should try to put at least 7-8 hours every day and gradually increase it.