IAS Exam : Take Advantage of Peer Group to Evaluate your Preparedness

IAS Exam : Take Advantage of Peer Group to Evaluate your Preparedness

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When we create a list of the most useful technique for effective learning and improving memory, ‘Group Study’ is an effective tool to prepare for Civil Services Examination.


It is important to observe and evaluate other candidates' performance to establish your preparedness for Civil Services Examination.

But, it is practically impossible to compare with a large number of candidates appearing in this examination and since most of the candidates are spread geographically all over the country, this becomes really important to make out where you stand and what are the chances of your success.

For this purpose, you can make use of your Peer Group as a sort of measuring stick to compare your friends' performance to understand your preparation level.

The genuine feedback and the honest reaction you get from other candidates helps you improve and build confidence.Take Advantage of Peer Group

An idea that opens new doors

You can't ignore the role of friends in Civil Services Examination preparation.

Be it information relating to exam or deciding when to appear in exam, may be to spot optional subject trends or suitable coaching institute, searching for relevant study-material or perspective about exam-plan.

You can say every where, each step some or other friend contributes in Civil Services Examination preparation.

Peer Group is excellent forum to gain required skill, confidence and inclination towards the goal.

An effective group is where you have mutual trust and the information sharing is reciprocal which helps each member of the group. 

Regular discussions with friends can be an integral part of your daily study-plan.

You should meet, network and exchange thoughts with fellow candidates who are grappling with similar issues and challenges related to this examination preparation.

It may sound formal and a little complicated to you; but it is nothing of that sort.

You start finding a few, you will get a many.

Each one of you will have your own network.

Now, it is up to you to choose and form a group with people of your liking and taste.

Stay connected and realize each one of you form the resource for each other during preparation time.


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