Looking for the best preparation strategy for UPSC Mains, In this blog, We have included some basic strategies for UPSC aspirants to prepare well for their exams.
UPSC. The name itself has humungous prestige attached and rises a spark of excitement in many students who are aspiring to achieve IAS, IFS, and government jobs. Owing to its extreme difficulty, it is considered one of the toughest exams to crack..
But nothing is as hard as it looks when you are at the level on par with the exam and confident about what you learn. Every success is a process of continuous learning and analyzing your mistakes.
Aspirants who are willing to clear UPSC have to go through Prelims, Mains, and interviews.
The preliminary exam is the first screening test which is attempted by a whopping 1 million aspirants annually. Prelims is a set of two papers that are Multiple-choice in nature with a maximum of 200 marks each.
There are a total of 9 papers which are necessary to attempt in which two of them are optional and the other two language papers (Paper – A and Paper – B, the marks in these papers doesn’t change your rank.) in which there is a cut-off of at least 1/4th of the maximum marks in order to get qualified in that respective paper. All the papers have a combined score of 1750 marks.
These are the basic preparation strategy for UPSC mains. In order to succeed in UPSC exams, you need to be more consistent with your preparation by making a detailed study plan and scheduling the time. Also by practicing regular tests and mind maps.
We hope this blog may help you with your upsc mains preparation!