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Posted By : Sajjan Pratap Singh | Published at May 21, 2019

We all know that IAS is one of the toughest exams that are conducted by the UPSC every year for the recruitment of candidates in civil services. The long duration of the exam requires a continuous and comprehensive approach of the students towards their preparation but many of them fail to deal with the dress and back-out from the exam. If you are also going through the same path then few tips for stress management during IAS preparation are given below for you by the experts.

Why students experience stress while preparing for civil services exam?

The civil services exam is very challenging as it not only judges your knowledge and perception for the things but at the same time your capability to deal with negative situations. That is why average student crack the exam but some topper lag behind in the fray to gain success in IAS exam. While preparing for the exam at every step you are going to be disgusted with the syllabus of IAS exam owing to tough topics. At the same time keeping your confidence alive is another task that is confronted by the graduates. All these things are responsible for the stress experienced by the IAS aspirants during their exam preparation.

Effect of stress on the preparation of the prestigious IAS exam

Stress is one of the most dangerous enemies of those who are preparing for the civil services exam. This is because people fail to focus on their preparation due to the stress that eats their head. From opting best graduation course for IAS to optional paper in UPSC mains everything put pressure on the students. That is the reason for failure to those who are not able to crack this exam even after trying their best. So make sure that first, you deal with your stress and then proceed further for the preparation of the exam in the best manner by reading the best books for IAS exam.  

Tips to cope up with stress during IAS preparation

The tips that are given here to manage the stress during the IAS exam are going to be really helpful for you. So just make sure that you are following these tips to crack the exam in one go.

  1. Try to talk to your family whenever you feel a lack of confidence and stress.
  2. Make sure that you start with easy topics and move to the complex one gradually to keep the things balanced.
  3. Do not read those topics which are not included in the syllabus and related to it.
  4. Take help of your friends to cope up with the stress even by going out at enjoying your social life which is also important.