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UPSC Prelims 2024: How to prepare for UPSC prelims exam in 15 days? Experts gave 15 special tips..

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UPSC Prelims 2024 Preparation Tips: Every year lakhs of youth in India dream of becoming officers. For this, it is necessary to pass the UPSC CSE exam. UPSC CSE exam is the third toughest exam in the world. Due to the large number of candidates in it, the level of competition also increases. UPSC Prelims exam is on June 16, 2024. This is the first stage of the Civil Services Examination. Only those who pass it will be able to appear for the UPSC Mains exam.

To become a government officer, it is necessary to pass all three stages of the UPSC exam. After passing the UPSC Prelims and Mains, those who score excellent marks in the interview also get a chance to do government jobs in IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, etc. services according to their rank. Now the candidates have only 15 days left for the UPSC Prelims Exam 2024. Know the UPSC strategy for two weeks from UPSC mentor Deepanshu Singh.

UPSC Prelims 2024: UPSC Prelims 2024 Guide
A total of 180 objective-based questions will be asked in the UPSC Prelims Exam 2024. Out of these, 80 questions will be from CSAT and 100 from GS i.e. General Studies. This paper is of total 400 marks. In this, 2 marks are given for every correct answer. At the same time, 1/3 marks are deducted for every wrong answer. Deepanshu Singh has guided the top rankers of UPSC. He is a public policy advisor and is also the coordinator of UP CM Abhyudaya Yojana.

UPSC CSE Preparation Tips: Note 15 tips for UPSC Prelims 2024 exam
Just 15 days is not enough to get the best marks in the UPSC Prelims 2024 exam. Its result depends largely on your hard work throughout the year. If you have finished preparing for the UPSC CSE prelims exam, then know what you can do in the last 15 days-

1- Practice mock tests for the next 3-4 days. Stop it 10 days before the exam. The aspirant may get overconfident if he scores high marks in the UPSC mock test and there is a possibility of his confidence going down on low marks.

2- Focus more on revision in the last 15 days. Now is the time to keep revising whatever you have read so far.

3- Now there is no special need to make notes from any kind of newspaper. But do keep an eye on the news daily. Many times questions from last-minute topics also come in the prelims.

4- While revising, make your notes from the primary source or read from those books which you have already read 2-3 times. Do not pay attention to any new source. This will increase the burden and revision will be difficult.

5- Give importance to topics related to Polity, Geography, Economy, and Environment. In History, focus on Ancient Art and Culture, Medieval and Modern History. In Modern History, After the Gandhi Period is necessary.

6- If you are weak in Maths, then practice hard for 10-12 days for CSAT. This will help a lot and you will be able to score better marks.

7- Do look at the pattern of Reading Comprehension. For this, you can take help from previous years' papers. You will get an idea of ​​the pattern from them.

8- Revise for 5-6 hours daily, keep 2 hours reserved for the test, and prepare for 1-1.30 hours for Current Affairs. (Revise Current Affairs notes again and again).

9- There is a lot of study material in the UPSC market. Now stay away from new sources at the last moment. This can increase confusion.

10- If you want, you can note the mistakes made in the mock test in short bullet points in one place. This will help them improve.

11- Pay special attention to your diet till June 16. These days it is very hot in most of the states. Take care of your health. If you are unwell, all your hard work will go to waste.

12- Sleep for 6 hours every day, otherwise there will be problems in revision and you will not remember things.

13- You can break down your revision according to micro topics. Divide all the subjects into 3-3 or 2 days.

14- Keep in mind that 65% of the questions will come from GEEP (Geography, Economics, Environmental and Polity). Focus more on these.

15- Revising peripheral topics of History, Art, and Culture will do the job. Do keep a close eye on current affairs daily.

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