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How can I start preparing for UPSC Prelims?
Step One: Know the Syllabus and Exam Pattern. Step Two: Build Your Foundation Strong. Step Three: Build On The Foundation. Step Four: Revision. Step Five: Mock Test Based Learning.
Is 7 months enough for UPSC Prelims?
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 prelims in 2 months?
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 Ncert enough for IAS prelims?
Are NCERT books enough for IAS? NCERT books are a must for the IAS exam. However, candidates should also refer to subject-specific books (e.g. Indian Polity by Laxmikant) and keep tabs on current affairs.
Is UPSC Prelims very difficult?
If you look at the success rate in the IAS exam, you will understand why it is considered one of the toughest exams in India and some say, the world. Every year, lakhs of people take the IAS prelims exam. Out of this, only about 25% clear it and move onto the IAS mains.
How do I clear prelims every time?
Study as per exam pattern. Source wisely. Focus on current affairs. Plan. Have goals. Revise. Practice test papers. Have dedication and passion.
Can prelims be cleared in 1 month?
To tell you the truth, passing the UPSC prelims exam in a month is incredibly hard. However, it is possible to make it if one can spend all of their time to the preparations.
How can I 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. Focus on the NCERT books and revise what you have already read. After covering the basics, revise sources other than the NCERTs.
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.
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.