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Shivani Bhardwaj

Shivani Bhardwaj

Asked on 16 May, 2019

I'm pursuing B.Pharma. I want to become an IAS officer. How can I start my preparation for UPSC exam?

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To start your UPSC exam preparation, follow these simple tips: 1) First of all, familiarize yourself with the exam pattern and syllabus, 2) Next, prepare a study timetable 3) Arrange all important books and study materials, 4) Solve past years' question papers and mock tests, 5) Make plenty of time for revision.

Satendra Singh

Satendra Singh

Asked on 20 October, 2018

If the student is in to the state board ...And wants to be preparing in english .....What he/she will do ......In that case ...If his/her english is also weak.....

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It is advisable to improve your English by reading as much as possible, from English newspapers and books on a daily basis.

Manas Patel

Manas Patel

Asked on 19 October, 2018

Can graduates from private universities apply for UPSC exam?

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Yes, all graduates are eligible to appear for the UPSC exam, irrespective of whether the University was a private or government one.

Kunal Sharma

Kunal Sharma

Asked on 19 October, 2018

How can I prepare for IAS without any coaching?

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It's possible to prepare for IAS without coaching. Start by preparing an effective study plan, then stick to it- day in and day out. Solve past years' and mock test papers on a daily basis, regularly read newspapers and news websites like NewsBytes to stay updated with all the current affairs, take online UPSC courses. Above all, work hard and stay focused.

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