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Sir I am studying in BA first part and I want to prepare for civil services along with my honours papers.should I start preparing from now or firstly I should complete my graduation?

Civil Services Examination is a big examination and requires you to prepare huge syllabus.

If you indulge in long-term preparation plan and commence preparation now, by the time you will be eligible to appear in Civil Services Examination, you will have conviction to appear in the examination immediately after graduation.

You look at the General Studies papers requirements and keep reading newspapers daily.

Self-assessment in the beginning will help you in identifying your strengths and weaknesses. You commence preparation with the subjects you like the most and move on to other areas that are important from exam view-point.

Remain calm and keep moving slowly but, steadily.

 


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