To clear the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exams is not only the beginning of a bright and reputable career path but also an important step towards the overall development of one’s personality. BYJU’s Exam Prep has recently launched a Civil Services Hub to help you get through the UPSC exams.
Through the UPSC 2022 exam you will be appointed for the – Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS), and Indian Police Service (IPS) and other civil services.
BYJU’s Exam Prep understands this and thus, we have curated the right learning platform for all aspiring UPSC candidates. The exams consist of 3 stages – the prelims, the mains, and the personal interview. It is important to not lose hope if you are unable to clear in the first attempt, and keep your confidence alive until you achieve your target.
UPSC Exam Preparation
Different students have different ways of coping with their preparations and so the results are different too. It requires months or even years of planning, focus, dedication, and a structural strategy profusely.
The first and the foremost thing to prepare for the UPSC IAS 2022 exam is to know the detailed UPSC Syllabus 2022. You should be well known with the important topics and chapters that will be asked in the exam.
Preparation Tips for UPSC 2022 Exam
There is no right or wrong way to prepare for the UPSC, but some of the tips that we share with you below can be useful. Every year, lakhs of potential candidates enrol themselves to crack the code, yet only a handful of them are selected due to high competition and cut-off rankings.
1. Build your knowledge base by gathering information from vast areas of topics like science to geography to politics to even literature and economics. Develop the habit of reading from more than one resource. Keep abreast of current global affairs from newspapers, magazine articles and business publications.
2. Do some self-research on topics or news you read to get more information that may not be available otherwise. Discuss your ideas and views with your peers, teachers or even parents and analyze the matter from their perspective.
3. Understand the syllabus and prepare a study strategy accordingly. Knowing about the topics will help to focus on the main keynote questions. Students should refer to past year papers and notes, but not be dependent on them solely. It will also allow the student to source reliable studying materials, guides and notes to let them prepare for the exams.
4. With the help of technology and the ‘Internet of Things’, students are blessed with so many open sources of gaining knowledge and assistance for their UPSC exam preparations. There are plenty of videos, guides, e-books and mock test papers available to practice from.
5. Networking with peers who are also preparing for exams, past year students and mentors, coaches, communities, and groups on Facebook and Telegram can also be a good means of gaining some insights for your exam preparations.
The Byju’s Exam Prep is exclusively designed for UPSC and IAS focused-learning. The study material is tailored with the latest news, current affairs (national and international), audio-video recorded lectures, and exam-focused topics, notes and articles. And all of this is available at a single site, accessible anytime from anywhere to watch and download.
We recommend you register with our UPSC Preparation magazine to keep track of your progress. It assesses the students based on collection of current affairs from every month, and MCQs of over 150 samples to improve your practice for the best results.