Civil Services Examination requires long-term planning and has so many areas so cover. While preparing, you look for advice on various issues from people you trust. You should always note down and make a data base of the references to which you can turn up to if you need support and assistance. If you are in habit of making note of activities, it is fine; but, if you don’t start it immediately.
While preparing for Civil Services Examination, each candidate has some anxious moments that get in the way and consequently, obstructs the preparation-plan. Sometimes, due to continuous reading, monotony sets in that puts shackles and even, many a times you realize that a particular topic is giving your trouble.
You will notice that you are not able to understand it despite repeated attempts and such situations lead to slow-down your preparation and you may lose interest.
Problem-Solving in such situations, sometimes, needs some motivation, some expert advice and insights on emerging requirements you face while preparing for the examination.
Instead of wasting time, it is better to reach out to people you trust who can motivate and resolve the difficulties you are facing.
When you have to manage preparation in given period, ‘Time Management’ becomes crucial and if you indulge in activity to explore answers to these hiccups, you will get stuck on it or will slow down thus whole of your planning will be off track.
This situation can put more pressure on you which will result in unease.
A Chinese Proverb says “A single conversation with a wise man is better than ten years of study”. Yes, when you are hard pressed; the best thing to do is to communicate with other who can provide solutions and reenergise you so that once again you gain rhythm.
You should always note down and make a data base of the references to which you can turn up to if you need support and assistance. If you are in habit of making note of activities, it is fine; but, if you don’t start it immediately.
This can include your friends, seniors, teachers, successful candidates and coaching institute experts if you are taking guidance. Your mentor will help you in these testing times. But, you believe in self-study, try to talk to someone whom you trust and share your concerns.
You can surf www.iaspassion.com that offers lots of motivational stories and inspiring narratives from toppers also ask your queries at ‘ask experts’ link to get some solutions.
You need to open up and discuss honestly; I believe you will get someone to extend helping hand to you.
Civil Services Examination preparation is such where sometimes a small piece of advice or impetus work wonders.
So, next time when you get stuck or frustrated with something puzzling, you will have a battery of resource at your disposal which will infuse new life into your learning process.On Saturday 28th March 2015