When one commence Civil Services Examination preparation, the first question comes to mind is that is it the right time to prepare or should I gain some more knowledge then decide about foray in to it.
Career in ‘Civil Services’ is a dream for many; but, some candidates plan to appear in examination immediately after being eligible and some wait for the right time before they think about it seriously.
The aim is to give your best performance. It is up to you to decide when you wish to appear in examination.
How much time you will take to reach the level this examination requires is again differs from individual to individual.
Decide which camp you belong to
There are divided opinions about this issue as career in ‘Civil Services’ is a dream but, some candidates plan to appear in examination immediately after being eligible and some wait for the right time before they think about it seriously.
People belonging to one camp feel one should start preparing while in midst of graduation and well-built Civil Services Examination preparation plan should be in action immediately after completion of graduation.
This helps in building on the knowledge you gain in academic studies as you are in touch with studies and can always build on the foundation you have laid during past years.
Other camp suggests long-term complete examination oriented strategy in place which enables you to encounter this examination effectively.
It is you to decide which camp you belong to.
You change, when you challenge yourself
This is true as we all like to live in our comfort zone.
Whatever your situation is, you have to challenge yourself and have to step up efforts and have to work hard to uplift your preparation level.
Whatever path you follow, your preparation should be such that you crack the examination in first attempt. You need to put in all that you have to come out victorious.
The path to ultimate goal –IAS may be different; but, one thing that is common: hard work, focus and commitment are must.
Be sure, your preparation is at peak when you are planning to take a shot.Last Update Monday 6th April 2020