It is time to understand the creative and innovative approach that Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) is adopting these days.
In this exciting set-up, an outstanding Performance is expected from you. How effectively you face the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2020 question papers in examination hall will determine your fate and only time will tell the outcome.
It is going to be more important that the Prelims outcome will define that you are headed on the right track or not.
It has been really testing time for candidates appearing in Civil Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2020 as the examination has been rescheduled from 31st May 2020 to 4th October 2020.
For quite some time now, you are preparing for coming Preliminary Examination 2020, it is time for revision and practice.
Till now, you must have read, revised and evaluated what all you read, at regular intervals.
As 4th October 2020 approaches, be ready with the crisp notes you prepared or important text you highlighted in books, magazines and study-material.
Organize essential readings relating to some topics from where many questions are commonly asked every year.
You will find it handy while revising as there is no need to scramble through books and study material thus will save lot of your time searching relevant text.
When you feel confident, don’t try out something new; just continue with the style you have been adopting for revision.
Define the right priorities
If you are serious, you can have a bird’s eye view on your preparation and how you have spent time in ground-work.
For General Studies, there are so many constituents from diverse disciplines that you need to prepare.
While for some candidates, start is enthusiastic; but, lack of follow-through makes preparation messy. Whatever the situation may be, you have to face Prelims with full confidence and with a winner’s spirit.
Right now, it is not the time to think over and there should not be place for any negativity.
You need to judge two basic distinctions – as part of preparation ‘what has been done’ and ‘what needs to be done’.
Practice with mock-tests brings afloat lots of such things on surface; spare some time to care for such issues on priority.
Hope for the best!
How effectively you will face the question papers in examination hall will determine your fate and only time will tell the outcome.
What is more important is that the outcome will define you are headed on the right track or not.
Have confidence, manage time well. believe in your preparation and move slowly and steadily towards your dream destination – Indian Administrative Service (IAS).
Wishing you all success!