Civil Services aspirants share exam preparation tips, materials; UPSC trends on Twitter

UPSC Civil Services aspirants requested change in exam pattern, shared exam preparation tips and books to prepare for exams.

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Vagisha Kaushik | May 26, 2022 - 5:17 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) aspirants took to Twitter to share exam tips, books to read, and other preparatory materials. Some aspirants asked for a change in exam pattern while others reacted to the reports of Thyagraj Stadium being empty and unavailable for sportsmen for an IAS officer to walk with his dog.

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An aspirant shared examination tips and tweeted, “1. Do not share too much abt your preparation to anyone 2. Stay low key 3. Do not waste time arguing/answering comments on educational sites/social media 4. Don't day dream about your media talk which you may deliver on the result night.”

Another aspirant tweeted, “Requesting #UPSC to change the exam pattern and not make it this overly dramatic difficult exam, that after clearing it these people start thinking of themselves as God. Or at least regularly train them to keep the superiority complex down.”

A candidate wrote in a tweet, “Today is the last day of UPSC civil services exam - 2021 interviews. In less than 72 hours, when the final results is announced, lives of hundreds of candidates who get selected will change forever. For those who don’t get selected, it’s all about attitude- it’s a new beginning.”

A Twitter user reacted to the Thyagraj stadium news and said, “Scrap UPSC, start hiring from IIT, IIMs and leading private sectors. You will get better management.”

“Don't miss reading this book. If you're preparing for UPSC or competitive exams, wait unless those are done,” tweeted a user.


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