Press Trust of India|Oct 22, 2021
UPSC IAS 2021: Know last week revision tips
Candidates appearing for UPSC CSE 2021 exam must check the UPSC IAS last week revision tips and other important points to keep in mind for better performance in the exam.
NEW DELHI: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will conduct the UPSC IAS prelims exam October 10 (Sunday). As the time is passing, the aim of the candidates is to crack the exam and hence in the last few days before the UPSC CSE prelims exam, revision holds the key to success. Aspirants have already been preparing for the exam for the past several months and they must know the UPSC IAS 2021 revision tips and mistakes to avoid on UPSC CSE 2021 exam day for better results.
Due to nervousness, aspirants make silly mistakes which may prove detrimental owing to the toughness and competitiveness of the UPSC IAS prelims exam. Following the UPSC IAS revision tips, the basic point is not to pick any new topic or section. Revise what you have already prepared for the UPSC IAS exam. Keep your study hours consistent. Do not try to overburden yourself as this will affect both your physical and mental health.
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UPSC CSE 2021: Revision tips
Quick Notes: The short quick notes are the best way to revise for the UPSC IAS exam. With the help of short notes, you can go through the important topics rather than covering the whole book again.
Brush up on factual data: Read the newspaper for daily updates. The questions in the UPSC IAS prelims exam will be based on the current affairs and facts. Aspirants need to be good with their factual knowledge regarding the important topics.
Read UPSC topper interviews: Going through the UPSC IAS toppers interviews will help you to understand how to channelise yourself during the last hours of preparation. It is very important to keep your mind calm and avoid any kind of anxiety and panic.
Say no to social media: Nowadays social media is one of the sources of information, however it is the biggest distraction for the aspirants. Keep yourself away from time-consuming social media platforms. If needed, use for your educational purpose.
Make your study hours productive: The time invested in the UPSC IAS study plan needs to be productive which means try to summarise the important topics, revise, and practice more and more. Take short breaks to break monotonous routines.
Appear in the online test: The UPSC IAS mock tests are the best way to know your preparation level and main accuracy while answering the questions. As only a few days are left, do not appear in a lot of mock tests, this might create nervousness.