Thursday, 2 August 2012

Smart Preparation Tips to score well in Civil Services Examination

Many civil services aspirants wrongly assume that they need to dedicate 10 to 15 hours every day for effective preparation. How many of you realise that the quantity of time spent for preparing does not matter and quality is what finally matters?

·         Go through the syllabus and highlight sections that are easy to cover.

·         Make a note of areas that are easy to score.

·         Write down those topics which you find easy.

·         Note down topics which you are very unsure of or find it difficult to understand.

Plan a schedule for preparing for subjects that are weak on a regular basis and practice questions from the comprehensive question bank so that you know the kind of questions that have appeared in the previous year examinations.

Ask your queries during the online virtual classroom session to the faculty so that the rest of the students are also benefited. You may also send emails directly to your faculty to clear your doubts.

Attend practice and mock tests and be regular with your submissions. Read the feedbacks of the faculty carefully and attend the sessions where the solutions of the tests are discussed without fail.

1 comment:

  1. The author is absolutely right in stating that the time given for the preparation for the exam should complement with smart preparation. Giving 10 to 15 hours of time doesn't guarantee success, but as suggested in the article, if you divide your time between subjects in which you are strong & weak, & then use your time prudently, it will give you success. Also remember to read the newspaper regularly as it plays a stellar role in preparing candidates for a successful stint in the examination & also for the interview.
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