How to become IAS without having coaching classesby Anil Attri Service provider
It is vital that IAS Prelims be prepared for individually rather than
coaching centers or tutors to assist with getting you the required
marks to enter the civil services. Many candidates are know to first
consult the coaching centers before doing and back checks on the
requirements and what they need to be expecting. Before appearing for
the IAS main examination candidates should have clearly understood what
is required from them and determined their own levels after taking
practice papers for civil services.
The process begins by determining post one wants to apply for since this would depend on their current education. It is vital you apply for the appropriate post since educational qualifications play a vital role in today’s civil services competitive exams. Many coaching centers and tutors are only in to the field for the financial gains so one can not depend on them to provide the required information or advice. It is best to consult an online advisor to help determine major point’s that a candidate needs to be considering before attempting civil services entrance exams.
Next should be time, one should allocate at least 8-12 month for the preparation and one should do it on their own since the responsibility of solving questions during the IAS Main examination solely rely one the candidate. Begin by first searching for the required materials from book stores and the internet. You will need to accumulate between 30-40 sets of civil services examination practice papers and make sure to number each so as to confuse them during the study period. Begin by reading instruction provided before setting the timer and beginning the first IAS Prelims practice paper. You need not study for this initial paper as it is aimed at determining your current state.
Mark the IAS prelims practice papers and note down the marks on a score sheets, and proceed to note down difficult section you may have lost marks. Begin with the most affected section of the papers and study each section care fully. You must study the section and not the questions as the next paper will have different questions in the same formats. The study period between each paper should be 2 weeks to help the candidate study affected areas more care fully and in detail. The study of civil services practice papers should continue for six month to determine your progress, and if progress in noted the candidate could move one to book a seat IAS main exams anytime after 3 months from the date.
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