Should I Join IAS coaching On very year of my Graduation?

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Starting early does have its advantages especially for Civil Services e.g Tina Dabi (AIR -1), she planned her preparation meticulously and she was thorough in her approach, her mains marks are testimony to this fact. You can self pace your preparation in a continuous manner and can also work on your weaknesses. Many institutes today are offering this course where students can start as “Early bird”. However, it is important to work on it a following manner i.e.

  • Knowing the competition – Trends, Pattern, Evolution
  • Planning
  • Implementation
  • Appraisal & Testing

I have created a plan for my undergraduates students in this manner:

Block 1: 6 months

  • Basics – NCERT
  • Thought Process Development Classes
  • Sectional Tests & Creative writing

Block 2: 6 months

  • NCERT’s – Revision
  • Basic Classes – for Subjects (Standard Textbooks)
  • Essay Writing

Block 3: 6 months

  • Current Affairs & Doubt Classes
  • Bridge Classes for Weak Students
  • Comprehensive Syllabus Completion – 1

Block 4: 6 months

  • Comprehensive Syllabus Completion -2
  • Current Affairs & Modular Tests
  • Revision & Doubt Classes
  • Essay & Answer Writing – UPSC Pattern

Block 5: 6 months

  • Complete Course Revision – NCERT’s & Others
  • Comprehensive Tests – Prelims & Mains

Block 6: 6 months

  • Comprehensive Tests – Prelims & Mains
  • Current Affairs & Doubt Classes

You can also plan your preparation with weekly & monthly targets. Now remember execution is the key here.

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