Not sure how to Start Preparing for UPSC? Here is a Head-Start
The UPSC Civil services examination provides the gateway to the most celebrated posts of IAS, IPS etc. It is conducted in three stages i.e., Preliminary, Mains and Interview. To clear the toughest exam the aspirants should have clear and concise Study Strategy.
Changing UPSC patterns and the vast availability of resources makes the UPSC Preparation complex. The aspirants should cover the vast syllabus and revise the studied content in a time-bound manner. They should have a dynamic and tested Strategy.
Preparing for UPSC: Understanding the Syllabus:
The first thing UPSC aspirants should focus is Syllabus. They should properly study the syllabus in detail. Syllabus gives proper insights of contents to be covered. The Prelims and Mains syllabus is given on the UPSC official website.
Preparing for UPSC: Comprehensive Strategy:
Proper strategy is must to pass the UPSC examination. The Aspirants should make a plan for Prelims and Mains. The concise plan should be implemented in time bound manner.
Proper selection of study Material:
A large amount of study material is available in online and offline format. The aspirants should consciously choose the study material according to the demand of each subject. They should stick to the same material throughout the preparation.
Focus on important concepts: –
Changing UPSC pattern demands aspirants to study smartly. They should focus on studying the important concepts which are repeated often (like reports, indices and National parks in News)
Proper coverage of Current Affairs:
Last two years Current affairs should be covered for the Prelims and Mains examination. It must be covered from the standard sources such as Newspapers (The Hindu and Indian Express),
Previous Year questions Pattern:
The aspirants should properly study the pattern of previous year questions. This will help them to cover the key points from the syllabus. Previous year question papers will provide the most important topics.
Mental and Physical Health:
Along with the proper strategy and resources the most important thing aspirants should focus is the physical and mental health. They should take good rest, eat healthy and exercise on daily basis. Meditating will also help them to handle the stress.