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Kamlesh Lamba

Kamlesh Lamba

Asked on 23 September, 2018

How to prepare General Knowledge for the UPSC exam?

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You can prepare current affairs and general knowledge by following these steps: (1)Study about the recent developments in the field of science, politics, technology, economics, sports and many more like this, (2)Solve online question paper on current affairs, (3)Read NewsBytes daily and follow updates on various topics, (4)Read Manorama yearbook and make notes from it, (5)Study the book by Arihant publication on current affairs.

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chandhu bethula

Asked on 18 September, 2018

How should I prepare for the civil services examination?

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You can prepare for the UPSC exam by following these simple steps: (1) Read thoroughly your NCERT books as they will provide the basic details on any topic, (2)Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on national, international events, (3) Improve your writing speed by attempting as many mocks as possible per day, (4)Stay focused and always practice hard.

MD TANJILAL ISLAM

MD TANJILAL ISLAM

Asked on 18 September, 2018

How can we prepare English for the UPSC exam?

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You can prepare English for the UPSC exam by following these simple steps: (1)Read newspapers daily and improve your vocabulary, (2)Solve grammar test papers and English mocks as many as possible, (3)Develop a habit of reading, and (4)Take online English tests.

MD TANJILAL ISLAM

MD TANJILAL ISLAM

Asked on 18 September, 2018

How can I prepare my plan to study for the UPSC exam?

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You can prepare your plan to study for the UPSC exam by following these steps: (1)Go through the UPSC syllabus to know what you have to cover and how you'll do it, (2)Make a timetable and strictly follow that, (3)Make notes by reading NewsBytes daily, (4)Read the NCERT book from class 8-10, (5)Stay focused but also take breaks to relax your mind.

Tejaswini Teju

Tejaswini Teju

Asked on 18 September, 2018

How to prepare for the UPSC exam?

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You can prepare for the UPSC exam by following these steps: (1) Read thoroughly your NCERT books as they will provide the basic details on any topic, (2)Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on national, international events, (3) Improve your writing speed by attempting as many mocks as possible per day, (4)Solve other practice books, (5)Stay focused and always practice hard.

Srilekha Batchu

Srilekha Batchu

Asked on 18 September, 2018

How can I prepare general awareness for the SSC and Railways exams?

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You can prepare general awareness for the SSC and Railway exams by following these steps:(1)Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on national, international events, (2)Make notes by reading other newspapers daily, and (3)Read Manorama Yearbook.

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Thoibiibiiibii bii biii

Asked on 18 September, 2018

Is it necessary to revise the NCERT books for the UPSC exam?

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It is advised to read the NCERT books to prepare for the UPSC exams as they provide you the basic knowledge of the topics you're going to read further. These study materials will strengthen up your base in any subject and you'll not face any problem in that in future. You should read NCERT books from class 8th-12th.

shaik Javeed

shaik Javeed

Asked on 18 September, 2018

What is the syllabus pattern for the UPSC exam?

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The syllabus of UPSC is divided into two parts: Prelims and Mains. In Prelims, two compulsory questions of 200 marks each will be asked, i.e. General Studies 1 and General Studies 2, which will comprise of subjects like History, Politics, Social Development etc. In UPSC, the Mains consist of nine papers, i.e. two optional subjects, four general studies, one essay, and one English paper.

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md zamir hasan

Asked on 18 September, 2018

I'm pursuing B.Voc in food production. Am I eligible to apply for the IAS exam?

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Yes, you are eligible to apply for the IAS exam as candidates with different educational background are all eligible to apply for this exam. You can appear for this exam after your graduation. Anyone can clear this exam if they'll prepare well.

manojkumar

manojkumar

Asked on 18 September, 2018

What is meant by smart planning here?

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Smart planning means you have to keep in mind the time management while preparing for UPSC. You should not waste time on a single topic and should cover all topics efficiently. You need to make a timetable to give equal time to each subject.

Harsh Sharma

Harsh Sharma

Asked on 18 September, 2018

How can I prepare for the UPSC exam?

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You can prepare for the UPSC exam by following these steps: (1) Read thoroughly your NCERT books as they will provide the basic details on any topic, (2)Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on national, international events, (3) Improve your writing speed by attempting as many mocks as possible per day, (4)Stay focused and always practice hard.

Subbiah Pandian

Subbiah Pandian

Asked on 18 September, 2018

Is it useful to solve 5 previous years question paper?

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It is very useful to solve as many previous years question paper as you can. Solving 5 question papers is also enough. By doing this, you'll get an insight of the type of questions that are asked in the UPSC exam. It will also enhance your speed in solving the questions.

Chennuru Nagalakshmi

Chennuru Nagalakshmi

Asked on 18 September, 2018

How to choose optional subjects in UPSC?

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You can choose an optional subject by following these simple procedures, (1)Go through the list of all optional subjects, read it carefully, (2)Choose your favorite subject, in which you have more interest and you think you can perform well, (3) Select 4-5 subjects of your choice, (4)Go through the syllabus of these subjects, (5)At last, after comparing the syllabus, choose the final subject.

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