Can you prepare for UPSC in 7 months?
Yes. Even if you start preparing now – if you adopt the right strategies, do the smart work, learn what is needed, and don’t go behind everything under the Sun – yes, you can clear UPSC CSE Prelims with just 6 months of preparation.
Can I clear UPSC prelims in 7 months?
A minimum of dedicated six months is required for the beginners or those who give their nth attempt. Given the vast nature of the UPSC Syllabus, the aspirants should have the right strategy to crack the preliminary stage of the exam. The UPSC 2022 Prelims has been scheduled for 5th June 2022.
Can I clear IAS in 6 months?
A 6 months long period is neither sufficient nor insufficient for UPSC prelims, it all depends upon the aspirant’s dedication and willingness to make it work.
How to prepare for civil services in 6 months?
Revise the NCERTs: In UPSC CSE Prelims, questions have been asked directly from the NCERTs. Hence, revising them once in the final six months should be your top priority. However, if there is a time crunch, consider enrolling in our NCERT course to master all the concepts and probable questions.
Is 7 months current affairs enough for UPSC?
The question should actually be “How many months of current affairs for IAS Prelims 2022 is required?” Usually, we advise candidates to start their preparation a year before, in a similar way, we recommend covering the issues in the news from 18 months or at least 12 months prior to the UPSC Exam.
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.
Are 4 months enough for prelims?
Examples are already present where UPSC aspirants have cleared the exam even in a 120 days long preparation. If your basic knowledge about some humanities subjects like History, Geography, Economics and Polity are clear, then you may too clear the exam in just four months of dedicated studies.
Can IAS can be terminated?
Yes, if a prima facie case is made out for grant of sanction for prosecution. Ministries/Departments where the officer is working [unlike section 19(1) of the PC Act, 1988, there is no concept of “who so ever is competent to remove/dismiss” in determining the competent authority] No.
How many hours does an IAS officer work?
Generally, their working day starts from 9 a.m and ends at 5 p.m. Although, in reality, it can extend up to 9 p.m due to numerous IAS responsibilities. Their average working per week is around 70-75 hours.
Is monthly magazine enough for UPSC?
There are many current affairs magazines for UPSC preparation available but you need not read all the magazines in the market. Reading articles from a few selective monthly magazines for UPSC will help you to score high in the Civil Services Prelims and UPSC Mains Examination.