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Which subject to choose for UPSC?
The popular choices among candidates are; Public Administration, Sociology, Geography, History, Political Science, and Philosophy. More than 80% of the test-takers opt for these subjects. This is because all these subjects overlap with general studies. Among them, Public Administration is the most popular choice.
Do we have to select subject for UPSC?
With the exam pattern changed, since 2013 when the UPSC has done away with second optional subjects and now a candidate has to choose only one optional subject for UPSC Mains that has two papers for 250 marks each.
Which 5 subject is best for UPSC?
Medical Science. Literature. Anthropology. Public Administration. Psychology. Law. Geography. History.
When we choose optional subject for UPSC?
The second stage of the UPSC exam gives full freedom to choose optional subjects. The optional subject can be the differentiator for UPSC aspirants as it carries a total of 500 marks in the UPSC Mains exam. That is why the optional subject should be chosen cautiously.
Is maths compulsory for IAS?
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Mains Exam comprises Mathematics as one of the Optional Subjects with 2 papers (Paper I and Paper II). The Maths Optional for CSE 2023 remains the same as was in 2021. Check UPSC Notification 2023 to stay updated with the current IAS Maths Syllabus.
Can UPSC do without maths?
As a general rule of thumb, an optional subject should be a subject of your interest. Maths is one of the popular optional subjects for UPSC Main Examination. However, only the aspirants who have studied this subject their graduation in Mathematics should consider opting it.
Can I pass UPSC without coaching?
Yes, one can clear the IAS exam without coaching. But may not be ‘everyone’. It depends on his/her efficiency in self-study. If you are good at self-study, you can clear UPSC CSE without any classroom coaching.
What if I Cannot crack UPSC?
While preparing for the UPSC Civil Service Exam, you must be aware of the general awareness, finance and economy, so it will be easy for you. Thus, jobs in the Banking sector are also a good alternative career choice for candidates who did not crack the UPSC CSE.
Which part of UPSC is toughest?
Personal Interview Round This round is the final round in the examination and is considered to be tougher than the written exams. This is a personality test of 275 marks and will be face to face with a board of members at the UPSC Bhavan in New Delhi.
Which post in UPSC is best?
The Cabinet Secretary is the IAS top post and senior civil officer of the India’s government.