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Govind Keesara

Govind Keesara

Asked on 17 April, 2019

How can I prepare for the IES exam in eight months?

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You can prepare for the IES exam by following these simple 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 and other newspapers daily, (4)Read the NCERT book from class 8-10, (5)Stay focused but also take breaks to relax your mind.

Abhinav Chopra

Abhinav Chopra

Asked on 14 April, 2019

How many hours should aspirants study for in a day?

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There's no set number of hours that 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.

Aaradhya Dutta

Aaradhya Dutta

Asked on 14 April, 2019

Which websites are useful to prepare for UPSC?

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The following are the websites which are useful while preparing for the UPSC exam: (1) ClearIAS.com, (2) Byjus.com, (3) Cleariasexam.com, (4) IASscore.in, and (5) Jagranjosh.com.

Vishal Yadav

Vishal Yadav

Asked on 14 April, 2019

Is it possible to prepare for UPSC without coaching classes?

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Yes, one can crack UPSC Civil Services Exam without taking coaching classes as right preparation is all that is required. Here are some tips: 1) Prepare a study timetable, 2) Focus on basics, 3) Study and revise regularly, 4) Practice mock-tests and past years' papers, 5) Regularly read newspapers for current affairs, and 6) Take online courses and test series.

Vibhore Sen

Vibhore Sen

Asked on 14 April, 2019

How to start preparing for Civil Services Examination?

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You can start preparing for the CSE by following these points: 1) Prepare a study timetable according to your needs and schedule, 2) Read regularly, 3) Stay updated with current affairs by reading news, and 4) Regularly practice mock tests and previous years' papers.

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