How can I qualify for UPSC in 1 month?
One month before the UPSC Prelims, revision of all NCERT books, notes, and basic reference materials should be done. No new material should be referred to at this time. Take mocks on a daily basis of the subjects you are revising, so that you do not lose momentum. Practice the Previous Year Question Papers.
How can I clear UPSC Prelims in 30 days?
Class Notes, highlighting important question areas should be revised, also students should go through the Prelims MCQ Mock tests once. BYJU’S video lectures on Current Affairs related topics should be revised once. These lectures are available on the student portal.
Can I clear UPSC in 50 days?
Many aspirants cram the current affairs and struggle to complete it in a go. 50 days is sufficient time to go through current affairs and its revision properly.
Is 2 month enough for UPSC Prelims?
Many IAS hopefuls might be wondering if it is possible to crack the UPSC Prelims in just 60 days. The answer is a resounding YES. People have done it before, and you can do it too!
Is 150 days enough for UPSC?
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.
Can I crack UPSC in 100 days?
All you need to have is confidence and a focused mind. Don’t run behind too many resources in the last few days. Be laser-like focused. Believe that it is perfectly possible to clear the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary exam in 100 days.
How to score 110 in UPSC 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 clearing prelims easy?
Only 2 out of 100 candidates who sit for Prelims, clear the cut-off score. Yes, the ‘Prelims Hurdle’ is more difficult to cross than Mains.
Is studying 5 hours a day 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.
Is studying 6 hours a day enough for UPSC?
then you must know that it is crucial to get a sleep of 8 hours everyday. To ace UPSC study is not enough. A good health, a healthy mind, hard work and high level of dedication is also needed.