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Curretly i am preparing for post graduation entrance (2015) for Political Science and Law and also reading Ncert's at slow pace. I really want to prepare for IAS. Sometimes i see aggression in me at certain places in society and my surroundings and wants to improve this. I am really very weak in basic maths and dont have that much hobbies,  as they are required for building adminstrative character but i am very humble in nature. I am quite average in studies. How should i dwell on above weaknesses? and how should i tackle preparing alongwith post graduation. Kindly enlighten me. I will be highly thankful to you for the same.   Our endeavour is to satisfy you with the best possible solution that helps you in your preparation.

Be clear that not everyone is genius. Moreover, for Civil Services Examination, you need not to be master of all; if you plan your studies and formulate a strategy keeping in mind your strengths and weaknesses, you too can crack this examination.

The best part is you have clearly assessed your situation and accordingly can prioritize your preparation-plan.

Being average in studies is not a serious threat to your foray in to Civil Services Examination; at the most it can affect is that you may have to put little more extra effort.

Preparing for Civil Services Examination with your post-graduation should not be a problem rather these subjects would be helpful in your preparation.

Keep on moving slowly but, steadily. Determination and Perseverance will help you sail through.

All the best!

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