UPSC Main Exam 2019: UPSC’s main examination now has a lot of time left. In such a strategy, preparation strategy matters to you and it is important to follow certain things.
New Delhi: After the completion of the Civil Services Prelims Examination, the candidates are now preparing for the main examination. Especially those candidates whose exams have been very good and who are fully confident that they will qualify for the PT Prelims exams, they are engaged in intensive preparation. The month of June has started. That is, less than four months is left in the examination of Manus. Therefore, if the examinee prepares its preparation with a special strategy, the results in the examination of Mens will be much better.
In view of the preparations for the Civil Services Service, ie the main exam, if certain things are taken care of, the result is much better. It is to be noted that last year, in the year 2018, the MEN examination began on September 28. In this year i.e. 2019, from September 20 to September 24, the UPSC examination will be held. According to the experts, we are now apprising you of some important tips that you should especially take care of.
- 1. The effort should be to repeat all syllables.
- 2. Increase your preparedness level during this period and study the time out of at least 10 hours in a day.
- 3. There is also a strategy that the whole syllabus be divided into three categories- A, B and C.
- 4. It is the most read and revised, giving importance to A Syllabus.
- 5. You also have to keep an eye on the B category syllabus but less than A
- 6. The whole category is a category, if you have seen even a couple of times before the exam, it is enough.
- 7. It is not possible that in just four months, you can read or repeat everything, so prepare with the strategy.
- 8. Regenerate on a priority basis.
- 9. Focus on more development than most.
- 10. Remember the facts, the data related to the data properly. Make an hour for it in the day.
- 11. Take at least half an hour to revive what you have read today.
- 12. Try to interlink related things during reading and revising.
- 13. Avoid reading anything new, this time is not of concept making because the time is short. Acquire what you read.
- 14. 70 to 80 percent of the syllabus if you have covered well, then you will definitely do well in the exam.