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UPSC Civil Services Main 2018: UPSC has released the Admit Cards for upcoming UPSC Civil Services Mains 2018 exam which is going to be held by the Union Public Service Commission from September 28 till October 4, 2018, as per reports. This prestigious competitive exam is the gateway to becoming a top bureaucrat in the country’s biggest government organisations to work on policy-making as well as run the administration and every year lakhs of UPSC aspirants apply for the UPSC Civil Services Exam.
This year, the UPSC Civil services preliminary examination result was declared on July 14, 2018, on the official websites, upscgov.in, upsconline.nic.in. And those who have cleared the prelims will be appearing for the mains on September 28, 2018. Candidates can download their UPSC Civil Services main 2018 admit cards by logging into the website – upsc.gov.in.
The following are the five best preparation tips to crack the UPSC Civil Services Mains 2018:
- Start preparation with your optional subject as it will boost your confidence and it is also considered by many that early time invested in the optional subject can bring better result
- Candidates should focus on Ethics Case Study. Making a deep connection with the society is necessary as it will help track issues in our day-to-day lives and you will face challenges plaguing the society from which you can find better genuine solutions. This will help in case studies.
- Candidates appearing for the exam are also advised not to spend the next two months preparing on World History and Indian Culture but they need to learn how to complete these subject within a short period of time
- Candidates should manage time for all the other sections and ensure optimal use of time in any particular subject. More concentration is required for general studies subjects, which can be done in the months of August and September. Aim for covering sky-high topics that have supreme importance in the exam
- Be realistic and do not set overambitious goals during your preparation. As failing to complete these goals will bring your confidence level down and it might also lead to stress.
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