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Jyoti mangalpalli

Jyoti mangalpalli

Asked on 14 November, 2018

Is Quantitative Aptitude required in the UPSC exam?

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Yes, it is required in the UPSC exam. The aptitude section is the part of Prelims in UPSC and it consists of questions in English and Hindi. If you have prepared the logical reasoning and current affairs, you will easily clear the Prelims.

Nidhi Verma

Nidhi Verma

Asked on 14 November, 2018

Can you suggest a few books for the UPSC aspirants?

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To prepare for the UPSC exam, here are the books you must read: (1)Manorama yearbook, (2)General Studies by Disha Experts, and (3)Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh. You can prepare for the optional subject by reading these books along with NCERT books till class 12th.

Thangkholim Mate

Thangkholim Mate

Asked on 13 November, 2018

Will tablet course covers the whole syllabus of IAS exam?

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Yes, the course will cover the whole IAS syllabus.

Ram Kishor Choudhary

Ram Kishor Choudhary

Asked on 13 November, 2018

Which app is useful to prepare for Civils?

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Top useful apps to prepare for UPSC exam are ClearIAS, IAS Baba, Civils Daily, Vision IAS, and Unacademy.

boyella Ravikumar

boyella Ravikumar

Asked on 13 November, 2018

Can we prepare for the UPSC exam by self-study?

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Yes, it is possible to prepare for UPSC exam on your own, without any coaching. Here are some tips that might help: 1) Prepare a study-timetable for yourself, 2) Focus on the basis, 3) Study regularly and thoroughly, 4) Practice mock tests and past years' papers, 5) Regularly read newspapers and news apps like NewsBytes for current affairs, 6) Take online courses and test series.

SAURABH SINGHANIA

SAURABH SINGHANIA

Asked on 13 November, 2018

Please suggest best websites and youtube channels for UPSC preparation.

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For the UPSC exam preparation, one can visit websites like BYJU's, SuperProfs, NeoStencil, ClearIAS, IAS Exam Portal, IAS Baba, and Civilsdaily. These websites offer the required study material, news analysis, current affairs, test series, etc. Top YouTube channels to prepare for UPSC include RSTV, LSTV, Vision IAS, IGNOU, Unacademy, and Mrunal Patel among others.

usha v.s

usha v.s

Asked on 13 November, 2018

To clear CSAT in Prelims, how should I prepare and what topics should I cover?

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To clear CSAT (Prelims), study regularly and thoroughly, and spend enough time solving mock tests and previous years' papers. CSAT assesses the candidate's reasoning and analytical ability, reading comprehension, as well as decision-making skills. Practice questions on comprehension, interpersonal skills, logical reasoning, analytical ability, decision-making, problem-solving, general mental ability, basic numeracy (numbers, their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.), and data interpretation.

usha v.s

usha v.s

Asked on 13 November, 2018

For how many hours a UPSC aspirant should study in a day?

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There's no set number of hours that UPSC aspirants should study for. Just make sure whatever time you spend studying, you're completely focused. Focus on getting your basics right, and give preference to the quality of study rather than the number of hours.

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