A lot has been discussed and now, most of the candidates understand that the Civil Services examination has some standard and requires systematic and focused approach for an effective preparation.
By this time you must have clear understanding your strengths and weaknesses and would be under pressure to cover as much as you can. Make the best use of remaining time before Main Examination for revision and updating your knowledge.
As has been observed, many candidates leave reading newspapers after mid-August but, experience from last year’s General Studies paper suggest, you should keep your eyes and ears open as there are many important issues which can be of importance from exam viewpoint.
I sincerely hope that you must have made efforts to prepare General Studies and would be able to handle it nicely to ensure good marks. Essay is also an important paper which can fetch you good marks with little practice and care. Optional subjects have been playing a vital role in performance which proves influential in your progression as well as in final place in merit-list.
Time management is a crucial factor and it would be beneficial if you have done the math out here to tackle each question paper. Bring logical factors into consideration and practice so much that there should not be a trace of disappointment while attempting question papers.
Conceptual clarity is the need of hour and will lend a hand in tackling tricky questions effectively. You must have heard quite often from successful candidates that confidence and courage delivers the most in the examination –hall and help one make the best use of accumulated knowledge and awareness.
Give it all you have and be ready for an outstanding performance at Main Examination.Last Update Wednesday 18th March 2015