One of the toughest exams to crack in India is UPSC Civil Services Exam. One thing which any UPSC aspirants need to understand that UPSC rarely asks is simple plain facts. YouTube can be a great way to study or prepare current affairs. Use mindmaps to revise your last 12 months of current affairs for the UPSC Civil Services Exam.
Reading newspapers is a necessary one for the aspirants of all kinds of competitive exams. Current affairs play a vital role in the exams like Civil Services and for all UPSC exams. It is also important for other exams like SSC and Bank PO. The government exam consists of three stages- preliminary, mains, and interview. In all three stages, current affairs play a major role.
Preparing for a competitive exam can be a tedious process. It takes hours and hours of preparations to get ready for that one paper of three hours. No second chances, otherwise you will (in most cases) have to wait over a year to give it again, which in itself would be a cumbersome and enduring task. Thus, many students believe that they should give it all in the first attempt itself.
Every student at least once in a lifetime tries to crack the competitive exams. Competitive exams are pretty hectic and tedious. All the students work hard to crack these exams. They study for long hours with a persistent approach. However, keeping up the flame for doing these tasks is still not everyone's cup of tea. Hence, here we are presenting you with some tips for you to stay motivated.
It is that time of the year again when the students start running on all four cylinders to get ready for the exam that they have been preparing for, for so long. It’s the final sprint, the final rush towards the finish line. They have to give it their all and leave the rest in god’s hands. Those who can push through this and emerge victoriously thus become the motivation and the inspiration for those students at the other end of the spectrum, who are just at the beginning of this journey.