Any behavior pattern that you repeat can take over.
You are not a procastinator. You have a habit of procastination. There is a BIG DIFFERENCE when you think like that.
You are not a lazy student who hasn’t bothered to write Prelims mocks. You just want to be sure of completing your syllabus before you enroll yourself into a TS. Notice the BIG DIFFERENCE when you re-word your actual issue.
Most of the time, we do not have anyone to help us with rewording our pet and set notions and so even when deep inside we know that we are up against a GIANT of a syllabus of UPSC Prep and we can never be sure of our prep levels (LEST WE TEST THEM), we are not able to convince ourselves of taking a leap of courage and joining a TS and start hitting the mock tests.
We spend way to much time on trying to manipulate our mind into changing how it feels, waiting for it to give us a confidence signal of “YEA, NOW YOU CAN JOIN THE FLAGSHIP COURSE AND SCORE 120+” and that seldom ever happens.
Let us let you in on a little secret.
You cannot control how you feel. You cannot control what triggers those bouts of inspiration, motivation and that’s fine.
You think you need to feel confident and courageous before you get started. YOU DON’T. YOU ACTUALLY JUST HAVE TO START. AND THAT’S THE RIDDLE OF THIS UPSC PREP.
If you accept the fact that you may never feel ready and you may never feel motivated and that’s OKAY… but you can still push yourself forward.
What happens over time is that let’s say you are not fully convinced of your preparation level yet you join a test series and you push yourself towards testing harder and harder… you start seeing yourself as a person who takes action, gets himself evaluated even though your preparation is not completed and your scores aren’t that good… GUESS WHAT HAPPENS
You build courage and confidence for REAL and you get start taking control of all.
With about 3 months to go for the IAS Prelims 2017, we bring to you Advanced Prelims Batch 2
This is the second batch of Advanced Prelims Course. Read below to know more. The module starts on 25th March 2017.
Register Here: Click2Join the Advanced 2
What’s the difference between Batch 1 and Batch 2?
Same tests, same questions, same syllabus & same freebies but with a compact timeline so that you catch up with the advanced students fast.
Advaced 2 calls for a dedicated 2 month testing process where each test is spaced out by only 2 days. This high speed testing timetable merges with all other batches at the FLT-3 begining 5th May 2017.
Who is this course most suitable for?
Senior Players who want ONLY advanced practice: Both Static + Dynamic Current Affairs are pegged at a level where it creates a compelling testing exercise for you. We assume that you are thorough with the basic books and are looking for something more challenging
NOTE: If this is your first attempt at IAS Prelims or you wish to consolidate on your basics before going for advanced testing – we would like you to consider Flagship 2 – [click here to read FAQs on our Prelims Modules]
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