Every Year around five lakh people writing the prestigious Civils Exam. This year the count may increase. In this scenario it’s very substantial to clear the exam. Keeping this in mind our team (www.educationupdates.org) is here to succour you with the top tips to crack Civil Services Prelims Examination 2018.
Union Public Service Commission has already released the exam schedule for prelims. The exam is about to begin in June 2018. So it is the challenge for the aspirants to clear Prelims, since prelims exam is the first hurdle to crack Civils Exam. It’s time for the aspirants to get clasp on the syllabus they have studied.
Below are the top tips that will help you clear prelims exam:
1. Multiple Revisions:
It is very dominant to revise the syllabus for multiple times before the exam and it is also important that not even single topic is skipped while revising. Take a little break for every 45 minutes.
2. Get Strong Command on Basics:
It’s always a better thing to get a strong command over the basic topics, which gives you strong feeling. Instead of turning pages for all the topics get a strong knowledge on basic topics that actually a subject stands for. Since it is an objective type pattern most of the questions are covered from the subjects History, Polity, Geography, Current Affairs and Environment, hence the candidate should focus on these subjects.
Most of the candidates ignore prelims examination the reason is the exam is of objective type. But the UPSC designs the exam pattern in such a way that it checks the knowledge of the aspirant in detail. So one should not disregard the prelims examination.
3. Prepare Notes:
Most of the candidates ignore preparing notes while revising. Making notes is a very good habit since it helps the candidate revising the topics quickly. It is always advisable to prepare notes especially for tough topics. Revising the notes before the exam will cover all the topics which are substantial for you.
4. Resolve Mock Test Papers/Previous Papers:
Solving model test papers or previous question papers will gives you self-reliance. You can also get to know how to answer the questions in a sequel manner, which avoids you from lavishing the time in the exam.
5. Perfection in Syllabus:
Avoid reading irrelevant topics and get familiarize with the syllabus given.
6. Text Books:
Don’t get confused with huge number of books in the market. Go for NCERT standard books.
7. Short Breaks:
Take a short break for every 45 minutes, which helps you focus on subject and relieves from stress.
8. Don’t Read New Topics:
Do not read new topics before the exam, which make you confused.
9. Sufficient Sleep:
Insufficient sleep may leads to sleep deprivation, so sleep at least 6-8 hours a day.
Confidence plays a major role in any exam and also in interviews. Do not panic of unknown questions be high on confidence.
For further information log on to official website of UPSC www.upsc.gov.in