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7 steps to success in UPSC Civil Services IAS CSAT 2013 4 years 4 months ago #741

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How many of us want that magic wand to work and get us the desired result even before facing the exam or some short cut that will help us score higher. Unfortunately, nothing of this sort will happen but we can be a bit more careful and follow some strategies to maximize our scores to the best of our abilities. Well this is a list that every parent has been repeating to their kid since their class 5 exams, but, we want to reiterate the same so that you don't miss out on anything for your big day.
Here goes the list of seven steps to success:

1. Time is precious
The exam requires you to answer 100 questions in Paper-I and 80 in Paper-II, in 2 hours each. Where questions in Paper-II might take time solving, Paper-I questions will require re-reading as options are very close to each other. So, make a time budget mentally as to how much time you want to give for each question and which section you want to approach first in Paper-II, Maths, English etc.

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2. Answer the easy questions first
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3. Be cautious of negative marking
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4. Read the instructions carefully
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5. Double check questions with qualifiers
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6. Use of Black Ball point pen only in OMR
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7. Carry your stuff
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All the best everyone. Give it your best shot. Remember, "The difference between try and triumph is just a little umph!" and you have got that.

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