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What should I study for physics in UPSC?
Stereochemistry. Organic Compounds. Quantum Numbers. Atomic Mass of Elements. Periodic Properties of Elements. 118 Elements and Their Symbols. Balancing Chemical Equations. Salt Analysis.
Is physics needed for UPSC?
One of the science related subjects in the list of optional subjects in UPSC Exam is Physics. This subject is not as popular as Geography or Public Administration. It can be taken up by those with a science or engineering background in college.
Which 5 subject is best for UPSC?
Medical Science. Literature. Anthropology. Public Administration. Psychology. Law. Geography. History.
Which field is best for UPSC?
A humanities degree of Hons level does give an edge to the aspirants greatly. Recently, candidates with an engineering degree and background are also vying for the IAS exams and performing quite well.
Which branch is best in physics?
Mathematical Physics. This is a field where the use of mathematic methods are applied to physics in order to solve problems. Astrophysics. Biological Physics. Advanced Physics. Medical Physics.
Is IQ required for UPSC?
It is true that one does not need to have a superior IQ to clear the UPSC Civil Services Exam, yet when it comes to identifying how good a person’s analytical skills are, IQ is used to measure it.
Can I study IAS without maths?
Maths is not so necessary but you are going to become an IAS so you have to know mathematics up to a certain extent. UPSC Prelims paper which is known as CSAT comprises questions from reasoning.
Do IAS need maths?
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.
Which is highest rank in UPSC?
The Cabinet Secretary is the IAS top post and senior civil officer of the India’s government. She/he is the senior executive of the Indian Administrative Service ranked eleventh in the Indian order of priorities.
Is 4 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.