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What is the best way for IAS exam preparation?

What is the best way for IAS exam preparation?

A lot of young people have heard of the IAS exam and express a desire to give this prestigious exam. IAS is known to be one of the toughest examinations in the world since almost a million aspirants take part every year to achieve their dream of becoming an IAS officer. But they have no idea of how to go about giving this exam or qualifying.

A career in IAS(Indian Administrative Service) is an ambition of thousands, but unfortunately, most of them can’t achieve their dream. Because they don’t prepare themselves in a right way. If you want to confirm your seat in IAS exam, then you need to go through the best way of IAS exam preparation.

To prepare for the IAS exam, you may follow the steps below:

Step 1: Familiarize yourself with the pattern of the IAS examination:

  1. Stage 1: Preliminary Examination
  2. Stage 2: Main Examination
  3. Stage 3: Personal Interview

Step 2: Know the Exam Syllabus: Make your sense completely clear about the syllabus of these three stages exam question pattern of the IAS examination.

Step 3: Preparation of General Studies: IAS Exam General Studies comprises a vast ocean of subjects and this paper needs to be mastered in order to reach the Mains examination. Since the official syllabus does not give much detail of the topics to be studied under each subject it is expected to gain knowledge of them that should be slightly below the graduation level but definitely above the high school level.

Step 4: Go Through Previous Year Papers: Going through the last five year papers (at least 5 years) will familiarize you with the kind of questions asked in the examination.

Step 5: Subject Wise Preparation Strategy: Build up your own strategies for subject wise preparation. A considerable share of the total questions asked in General Studies for IAS comes from Indian History. The syllabus for history can be divided into 3 parts:

  1. Ancient Indian History,
  2. Medieval Indian History and
  3. Modern Indian History.

Most important aspect of your  preparation is “practice”. No matter how much you have read, no matter how good your weapons are, if you have not put efforts in practice, if you don’t know how to operate those weapons you are doomed. Its like writing on the wall.

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