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Many of you must be curious to gain success in the civil services exam and thinking of start preparing for it after your school. If you are thinking that is it possible to crack IAS in first attempt then the answer is yes. But for that you have to be very much devotional towards the study after your school. Here are some useful tips for the civil services aspirants to start their study for the exam after 12th.
Any preparation need the aspirant to prepare mentally before taking any action and similar is the case with civil services exam. Here you have to know that how to prepare mentally for IAS so that you do not lose the stamina and aptitude throughout the study. For this purpose you can start preparing for the exam by reading the tips that are suggested by the toppers of the exam. Early preparation and study will also enhance your confidence towards positive side. This is how we can say that it is very important to prepare in both internal and external sense for the challenges occurs during study of IAS.
Many of you must be thinking about the fact that is it important to start preparing for IAS after 12th, well if you want to gain early success then you have to start earlier as well. You must have come across the cliché statement that it hardly takes one year to prepare for the UPSC civil services exam in proper way. The statement is fit to those who have the basic concepts clear in their mind about the topics they studies in school days. Average students who have no idea what they read in school need to prepare early say after school. This enhances the chances of success many times as compared to preparing for just one year.
Biggest challenge that is encountered by the students for preparing IAS after their school is the lack of guidance from experts. They do not know how to start preparing for IAS after school. The primary thing is to know about the resources and start from the simple things like reading newspapers and text books of various subjects like History and Geography. Those who are going to take their graduation subject as optional for mains of UPSC can give more attention to clear their concepts. This is how civil services aspirants can run their study in best way after completing the school.