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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 7 months sufficient for UPSC?
Hi, 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 UPSC be cracked in 1 attempt?
It is a myth that no one cracks the UPSC Civil Services. Exam in the first attempt.
Is 4 hours of studying enough for UPSC?
Some aspirants claim to be studying 15–16 hours a day to prepare to take the UPSC exam. Some can pass the exam with just 6-7 hours of study per day. There isn’t a perfect answer to this question, and candidates must determine the number of hours they spend studying each day based on their abilities and needs.
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 6 hours study enough for UPSC?
There are some aspirants who claim to study 15-16 hours per day while preparing for the UPSC exam. And, there are others who clear the exam studying just for 6-7 hours in a day.
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.
What is the best age to clear UPSC?
18 is the ideal age to embark on the journey of IAS. This is so because at this age students have completed their school exams and step into the college for pursuing graduation.
Who cleared UPSC without coaching?
Arunraj, reportedly, did not join any coaching and prepared on his own. He focused a lot on the NCERT textbooks for UPSC. Relying almost entirely on the NCERTs, he was able to crack the UPSC exam in his very first attempt.
Who scored highest marks in UPSC?
AIR- 1 Kanishak Kataria (Total – 1121/2025, 55.36%) AIR- 2 Akshat Jain (Total – 1080/2025, 53.33%) AIR-3 Junaid Ahmed (Total – 1077/2025, 53.18%)