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How can I start Upsc without coaching?
Read NCERT and other standard books. Read a newspaper and make notes. Practice writing answers daily for UPSC Mains exam. Choose and excel in the optional subject for Mains examination. Practice UPSC previous year question paper as well as the mock test. Groom yourself for interview.
Is self study enough for UPSC?
Moreover, many candidates hope to clear it without taking any coaching classes. In hindsight, this is indeed possible as many candidates have cleared the UPSC Exam by simply self-studying by following a dedicated routine and giving enough time for the preparation.
Is IAS possible 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.
Who became IAS by self study?
This IAS officer is Sarjana Yadav of Delhi who prepared for UPSC exams without any coaching and with a job. Sarjana Yadav became an IAS officer in 2019 by securing 126 rank all over India, in civil services exam which was her third attempt.
Is 1 years enough for UPSC?
Contrary to what many think, it is possible to crack the UPSC IAS exam with one year of preparation.
Can average student crack UPSC without coaching?
If your question is “Can an average student crack IAS?”, then the answer is YES! We present a few success stories of some aspirants who were “average” students and yet cleared the exam proving that you need not be a topper to crack the IAS Exam.
What is the best age to start UPSC?
There is no such specific or perfect age to start IAS preparation, but after analysing the success rate of IAS Toppers; we can make a generalised statement that an IAS aspirant should start IAS preparation just after completing the graduation course at the age of 21 years or 22 years.
Is 2 hours of studying enough for UPSC?
The UPSC civil services exam is considered one of the toughest exams in the country. And, because of this, a lot of people recommend studying for about 15 hours per day during the IAS exam preparation time.
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 7 months sufficient for UPSC?
The Civil Services Exam conducted by UPSC is not an exam that can be cracked without a proper study plan and strategy. A minimum of dedicated six months is required for the beginners or those who give their nth attempt.