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TIPS FOR SELECTIVE STUDY FOR UPSC MAINS. Usually, there is a time of 3 months between prelims and mains examination of civil services exam. By that time mains exams are held, candidates are not fully prepared in each topic and after reading the entire syllabus they are not even in position to tackle most questions perfectly. -Therefore, selective study is very important in civil service preparation. -Being selective is how much useful in preparation how it makes one comfortable. When students, who are preparing for examination, see the vast syllabus, they find themselves in confusing state. It is like throwing one into the sea; that means syllabus is so vast if they sit for preparing simply without making any selection. -One needs complete one year to read whole syllabus. One should know what to study, what to be given more importance, what not to be studied and etc. Once study whole syllabus completely. -They should take some 3-4 previous year question papers and study the topics thoroughly. This help to decide on which topics frequently questions are asked and on which topic analytical questions are coming, on which topic short questions are coming and so on. -By going through previous year question paper one can understand what to study in current affairs. This makes one to be selective while reading newspapers. Otherwise one has to spend more time on newspapers. -Syllabus of optional subjects are also vast, so candidates often have many books to cover the topics but they cannot read all of them so here also being selective is very important. Try to read standard books and recollect the points what you have read and how it is useful in writing the answers. -Selective study hopes you to answer any question asked on that topic. Most of the toppers follow strategy of being selective. It is not wise to waste time in reading which is not required for the exam. -One should have proper approach towards study the optional subjects to get success at mains. Chahal Academy wishes you best of luck in your journey of becoming an IAS officer.
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