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    How many subjects should I clear in IAS prelims round?

    Haiii
    How many subjects should I clear in IAS prelims round?





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    Re: How many subjects should I clear in IAS prelims round?

    i am persuing final B.tech in electronics which optional subjects i can choose and which are better for my field?




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    Re: How many subjects should I clear in IAS prelims round?

    i am persuing final B.tech in electronics which optional subjects will be better for preparing ias prelims and mains or is there any related subjects in reference to my field?

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    anushka777
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    Re: How many subjects should I clear in IAS prelims round?

    First of all my dear friend you don't have to take tension .
    First you just think in which subject you are weak .
    After that you should do hard work on that subject .
    Don't give more time on those subject in which you are
    perfect .and make time table as per the that you should
    allot more time in that particular subject in which you are
    weak .While studying your concentration should be in your subject
    only .If you have doubt i any subject then take the help from the teacher
    or from your friends .Manage your time .
    Best of luck for the exam

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    iam just passed inter how can i get stuty foe ias

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    how many subject in ias prelims?

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    dyinwish
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    Re: How many subjects should I clear in IAS prelims round?

    Hey there....

    It is not the subjects that you have to clear in prelims, prelims has objective type questions in which you stand a chance if you clear the cut-off which is generally more than 60% of the whole marks.

    In prelims the you dont have to concentrate on all the subjects, be prepared in basic maths and English, which is of 10th to 12th level.
    And for Gk, if you read the new parer everyday and if you are aware of the current affairs then it is more than sufficient to clear the exam.
    In the main exam, you have to pick 2 subject,s and you must prepare end-to-end in these 2 subjects.

    All the best!!

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