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National IAS Academy, Bangalore, guides UPSC candidates on preparing for the UPSC exam in 2024

by News Monks

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) organizes the Civil Services Examination to employ suitable personnel for the Government of India’s Group A and Group B civil services every year. It is one of the most difficult exams worldwide, with a pass rate of merely 0.1 per cent to 0.4 per cent. Every year, over 11.52 lakh applicants take the exam against 1,011 vacancies. A successful examinee spends 32 hours taking the examination throughout the year.

The UPSC exam is complex and requires a long period of preparation. Candidates should begin their preparation for the exam at least two years in advance so that they can cover the extensive material, practice their answering skills through simulated tests and speeches, and cultivate the appropriate mindset to achieve success.

Bangalore’s National IAS shares their strategies which help the aspirants to prepare well for the UPSC exam in 2024. Mr Sumanth Makam states, ‘Consistency, determination, commitment, and the right exam strategy are necessary to make it through the preparation journey and clear the UPSC exams. We are sharing our key guidelines to help candidates to adopt the right preparation practices to emerge successful in these examinations.’

National IAS Bangalore, shares the following guidelines which will help candidates to prepare well for the UPSC exam in 2024

  • Familiarize yourself with the UPSC exam pattern and syllabus: The first step in preparing for the UPSC exam is to understand the exam pattern and syllabus. You can find this information on the UPSC website.
  • Set a study schedule: It is important to have a structured study plan to ensure that you cover all the necessary material. Create a schedule that allows you to allocate sufficient time to each subject.
  • Learn to manage your time effectively: Time management is crucial in the UPSC exam. Practice time management techniques, such as prioritizing tasks and setting aside dedicated study periods, to make the most of your study time.
  • Choose the right study materials: Many books and other resources are available for the UPSC exam. Choose comprehensive and up-to-date materials, and consider joining a coaching center or finding a study partner to help the candidates stay on track.
  • Stay informed about current affairs: The UPSC exam strongly emphasizes current affairs, so it is important to stay informed about what is happening in the world. Read newspapers, watch the news, and follow reputable online sources to stay up-to-date.
  • Take practice tests: Taking practice tests can help you get a feel for the exam format and identify any weaknesses in the candidate’s knowledge. Also, make sure to review the explanations for any questions you get wrong to help reinforce your understanding.

Candidates following these steps for comprehensive preparation will be well prepared for their forthcoming examinations. Also, students should make sure to finish their studies by the beginning of 2024, accompanied by going over the material again and doing mock tests to stay up to date. The announcement for the exam is anticipated to be issued in February 2024, giving examinees plenty of time to refine their writing and prepare themselves for the interview.

Concluding, once again, we emphasize that to be successful in the UPSC exam, it is important to start the preparation process early, plan out a routine, learn the syllabus thoroughly, make wise decisions when choosing an optional subject, and spend enough time practicing.

About National IAS Academy

National IAS Academy is renowned as the top IAS Coaching center in Bangalore. It provides great results for all the aspirants who have enrolled with them. It provides its students with quality education, material, and mentoring.

This is a unique coaching institute, backed by highly experienced and professional mentors in Civil Services examination, and it has a continuous assessment system. The Academy has kept up with the changing exam patterns of this difficult test and is capable of training potential candidates to clear the UPSC examination and serve the nation.

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