This article would help to address the Frequently Asked Questions with respect to IAS Prelims
This article talks about the whole process of IAS Exam 2015. It deals with procedure and process of IAS exam in a very lucid and sunccint way. candidates can have general understading about this exam after going though this article.
The Department of Personnel and Training has clarified the number of attempts and age limits for different categories for the UPSC IAS Exam.
Time management will help a candidate in two ways, first during the preparation stage and second during the exam itself.
The syllabus also needs to be analysed in the light of the previous years’ questions.
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Union Public Service Commission has announced the Prelims results on 2nd August 2013. This year the last date for filling up the form is 18th September 2013 because the IAS Main written exam will commence on 1st December 2013.
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The Jharkhand Prelims is going to conduct the Fifth Preliminary Exam for the Jharkhand JAS Prelims 2013.
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Online test series as well as eBooks allow students preparing for IAS Prelims to get an insight into the kind of questions that are asked in the exams
Preparing for the civil service exams 2013 is not an easy task, let’s face it! It indeed requires a lot of struggle and hard work
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Civil Services (IAS) Prelim exam 2013 will be conducted by UPSC on 19 May 2013(Sunday)
No, only filling up the examination form is can’t be counted as an attempt
You should do selective intensive study instead of wide extensive study
I think you should start your preparation right after your exam
Candidates are required to apply for the UPSC exams online by visiting the official website of UPSC http://www.upsconline.nic.in/
Quality of hours put in studies is more important than quantity of hours given to studies. Your time and energies should be used in an efficient and effective manner.
Generally the Preliminary exam is held in the month of May or June every year. It’s a one-day exam with two papers, held in two slots: morning and evening.
Yes, you can choose humanities subjects for IAS even if you have a science background. UPSC doesn’t have any restrictions; it depends on your interest.
Generally, the examination dates for IAS are announced in the month of December every year through a Government notification.
For the guidance, you should either talk to your teachers, friends or selected Civil Services officers. You may also consult magazines or websites that exclusively deal with competitive exams such as IAS.
Do regular answer writing practice. Make a small group and analyse the previous years’ questions, especially the 2011 GS question papers as they reveal the latest pattern and the thought process currently prevailing in the UPSC and the examiners’ minds.
Ideal time for IAS Prelims Exam. Put your current studies on hold till the next Prelims and start extensive Preliminary Test 2012 preparation from December onward.
Questions are based on the latest developments in the Field of Science & Technology, IT and space. The questions test the candidate’s awareness of the developments in the field of science and technology.
Statistics preparation for IAS Main GS paper II. To develop an understanding about the basic Statistical concepts you can refer to Class X NCERT text book.
General Studies Statistics in IAS Main Exam. Questions on Statistics are asked in the Paper II of General Studies in the UPSC Civil Services Main examination. It tests the candidate’s ability to draw conclusions from information given in statistical, graphical or diagrammatical form.
As you have experienced the CSAT pattern, so it will be easier for you to prepare better this time. Work harder on all your loopholes and stay positive for a positive and successful result next year.