IAS 2019 Preparation-Plan: Make a Rational Assessment about your Seriousness towards Ultimate GOAL

If you have plans to appear in CSE 2019, you are taking a right decision to commence preparation and I would say it is not too late. One year time-frame before next year’s Preliminary Examination that is scheduled to be held on 2nd June 2019, is good enough for an effective preparation.

For beginners, decision about appearing in Civil Services Examination is a big challenge and giving some advice is really tough.

But, in the beginning, you should clear all doubts so that during preparation you may not face any difficulty. 

 By:      On Tuesday 5th June 2018           Read In Hindi

As you observe, each passing year, the craze for Civil Services Examination is increasing and that makes it more challenging.

For beginners, as the first stage Preliminary Examination determines the fate of your sails, this factor alone is enough to make some candidates anxious.

With such a stiff competition and stress, at first stage, you just need a perfect preparation and a mindset trained to handle such aptitude tests.

When you think about Civil Services Examination, being prepared to face Prelims only is not enough; since beginning, you need to a careful about Main Examination related requirements as well.

And when we talk of Main Examination, it looks so vast and big challenge and determining from where to start, what choices are to be made in terms of selection of books, study material and the most important picking ‘Optional Subject’. Give a little time to each query that hits your mind and take correct decisions for each one of them. When it comes to Optional Subject selection, take a rational decision.

To get clarity about the requirements and some initial steps you need to take we are listing a few points that will offer a little help you in moving ahead with your preparation-plan.

Initial take

From the beginning itself, candidates are surrounded by lots of myths and apprehensions and, many doubts and reservations surround their mind. To tackle the initial hesitation, you need to reach out to your friends, seniors, teachers and other experienced persons who can guide you about the requirements and can give a reasonable idea about the diligent effort you need to put in.

The next thing to do is to look at the syllabus, past year question papers (both Preliminary & Main Examination) and the books/study material you require for preparation.

So, if you are preparing for CSE 2019, a Main Examination focused preparation (Integrated Approach) for General Studies should be commenced without delay and if beyond, start looking at related requirements and strengthen your basics.

Last Update Tuesday 5th June 2018

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