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Destroy Geography in Prelims 2021 And Kick-start Geography for 2022 || One session can transform your Geography preparation

Dear aspirants,

You may be gearing up for Prelims 2021 or beginning your preparation for UPSC 2022, either way, one free session with Vikash Sir can transform your Geography preparation completely. 

Here’s what you can expect from the webinar:

  1. Don’t feel confident in Geography for Prelims 2021: You can excel in 5 days by cracking the nerve of all topic – The physicals of Geography
  2. Live solution and answering techniques for 2015-2020 Geography questions.
  3. Want to start GS Geography Pre+Mains 2022? Crack the syllabus with Vikash sir
  4. Live answer writing session for UPSC mains on Geography
  5. Know your allies in the UPSC battle – Focused resource exploration of NCERT, G.C. Leong (Ch 15-25), and Maps (Static + Places in news)

Do not miss this opportunity to destroy Geography in your exam and score above the cut-off. The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 5/9/2021 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

Limited slots are available. Please register immediately.

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Last Call: Registration Closing Soon || Only 1 Hr left || Learn the secrets of scoring 125+ in Prelims 2021-22 by Sajal Sir || Free Session || Learn Over 10 different types of Question solving Techniques

Dear aspirants,

Even with a similar syllabus and similar study materials, most candidates fall in one of the following four categories when it comes to their Prelims score:

1) Prelims score 0-40: They need to work on improving their knowledge and learn answering tricks
2) Prelims score 50-70: They have decent knowledge and decent answering tricks.
3) Prelims score 80-100: They have good knowledge but they need to develop answering tricks.
4) Prelims score 120+: They have excellent knowledge and know all the answering tricks.

So, what to do?
Clearing Prelims is all about Knowledge + Answering Tricks (Tikdams). And while you are studying hard to improve your knowledge, Sajal sir will help you improve your answering techniques, for absolutely FREE!

Let’s look at a few examples. Sajal sir will explain how you can answer these questions with smart techniques, even if you DON’T know the answer.

A) With reference to ‘fuel cells’ in which hydrogen-rich fuel and oxygen are used to generate electricity, consider the following statements :(UPSC 2016)

  1. If pure hydrogen is used as a fuel, the fuel cell emits heat and water as by-products.
  2. Fuel cells can be used for powering buildings and not for small devices like laptop computers.
  3. Fuel cells produce electricity in the form of Alternating Current (AC).

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

B) In India, under cyber insurances for individuals, which of the following benefits are generally covered, in addition to payment for the loss of funds and other benefits? (UPSC 2020)

1. Cost of restoration of the computer system in case of malware disrupting access to one’s computer.

2. Cost of a new computer if some miscreant willfully damages it, if proved so.

3. Cost of hiring a specialized consultant to minimize the loss in case of cyber extortion.

4. Cost of defense in the court of law if any third party files a suit.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1, 2, and 4 only

(b) 1,3 and 4 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

C) Regarding the taxation system of Krishna Deva, the ruler of Vijayanagar, consider the following statements: (UPSC 2015)

  1. The tax rate on land was fixed depending on the quality of the land.
  2. Private owners of workshops paid an industries tax.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

You can solve these questions with the help of techniques that Sajal sir will teach you in the webinar.

This is your opportunity to learn the tricks that can help you score 120+ in your Prelims. Join Sajal sir for a free webinar and this is what you can learn:

1. 10 Different types of elimination/intelligent guess techniques like (hard to verify facts, For this and NOT for this) through Solving Previous year UPSC questions.

2. How to master the Elimination techniques, used by toppers.

3. Ideal strategy for the Last 50 days for UPSC prelims 2021.

4. How to prepare for 2022 Prelims.

5. Which Topics to focus more upon while preparing for UPSC prelims (eg: Map should be given utmost importance while studying geography for prelims)

6.Open Q&A with Sajal sir

7.The art of Tikdam booklet by Dr V (Rank 20)

We are inviting all the serious aspirants to grab this FREE opportunity to learn the tricks that toppers use to score more than everyone else. 

There are limited slots available so we request you to enroll now!

Date: 22/8/2021

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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Slots Closing Fast || Only 4 Hrs left || Learn the secrets of scoring 125+ in Prelims 2021-22 by Sajal Sir || Free Session || Learn Over 10 different types of Question-solving Techniques

Dear aspirants,

Even with a similar syllabus and similar study materials, most candidates fall in one of the following four categories when it comes to their Prelims score:

1) Prelims score 0-40: They need to work on improving their knowledge and learn answering tricks
2) Prelims score 50-70: They have decent knowledge and decent answering tricks.
3) Prelims score 80-100: They have good knowledge but they need to develop answering tricks.
4) Prelims score 120+: They have excellent knowledge and know all the answering tricks.

So, what to do?
Clearing Prelims is all about Knowledge + Answering Tricks (Tikdams). And while you are studying hard to improve your knowledge, Sajal sir will help you improve your answering techniques, for absolutely FREE!

Let’s look at a few examples. Sajal sir will explain how you can answer these questions with smart techniques, even if you DON’T know the answer.

A) With reference to ‘fuel cells’ in which hydrogen-rich fuel and oxygen are used to generate electricity, consider the following statements :(UPSC 2016)

  1. If pure hydrogen is used as a fuel, the fuel cell emits heat and water as by-products.
  2. Fuel cells can be used for powering buildings and not for small devices like laptop computers.
  3. Fuel cells produce electricity in the form of Alternating Current (AC).

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

B) In India, under cyber insurances for individuals, which of the following benefits are generally covered, in addition to payment for the loss of funds and other benefits? (UPSC 2020)

1. Cost of restoration of the computer system in case of malware disrupting access to one’s computer.

2. Cost of a new computer if some miscreant willfully damages it, if proved so.

3. Cost of hiring a specialized consultant to minimize the loss in case of cyber extortion.

4. Cost of defense in the court of law if any third party files a suit.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1, 2, and 4 only

(b) 1,3 and 4 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

C) Regarding the taxation system of Krishna Deva, the ruler of Vijayanagar, consider the following statements: (UPSC 2015)

  1. The tax rate on land was fixed depending on the quality of the land.
  2. Private owners of workshops paid an industries tax.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

You can solve these questions with the help of techniques that Sajal sir will teach you in the webinar.

This is your opportunity to learn the tricks that can help you score 120+ in your Prelims. Join Sajal sir for a free webinar and this is what you can learn:

1. 10 Different types of elimination/intelligent guess techniques like (hard to verify facts, For this and NOT for this) through Solving Previous year UPSC questions.

2. How to master the Elimination techniques, used by toppers.

3. Ideal strategy for the Last 50 days for UPSC prelims 2021.

4. How to prepare for 2022 Prelims.

5. Which Topics to focus more upon while preparing for UPSC prelims (eg: Map should be given utmost importance while studying geography for prelims)

6.Open Q&A with Sajal sir

7.The art of Tikdam booklet by Dr V (Rank 20)

We are inviting all the serious aspirants to grab this FREE opportunity to learn the tricks that toppers use to score more than everyone else. 

There are limited slots available so we request you to enroll now!

Date: 22/8/2021

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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Learn Over 10 different types of Question solving Techniques for Prelims.Join Sajal sir at 7 pm today||Learn the secret of scoring 125+ in Prelims 2021-22 || Free Session || Registration Closing soon ||

Note: We will send you joining links over e-mail by 2 pm today

Dear aspirants,

Even with a similar syllabus and similar study materials, most candidates fall in one of the following four categories when it comes to their Prelims score:

1) Prelims score 0-40: They need to work on improving their knowledge and learn answering tricks
2) Prelims score 50-70: They have decent knowledge and decent answering tricks.
3) Prelims score 80-100: They have good knowledge but they need to develop answering tricks.
4) Prelims score 120+: They have excellent knowledge and know all the answering tricks.

So, what to do?
Clearing Prelims is all about Knowledge + Answering Tricks (Tikdams). And while you are studying hard to improve your knowledge, Sajal sir will help you improve your answering techniques, for absolutely FREE!

Let’s look at a few examples. Sajal sir will explain how you can answer these questions with smart techniques, even if you DON’T know the answer.

A) With reference to ‘fuel cells’ in which hydrogen-rich fuel and oxygen are used to generate electricity, consider the following statements :(UPSC 2016)

  1. If pure hydrogen is used as a fuel, the fuel cell emits heat and water as by-products.
  2. Fuel cells can be used for powering buildings and not for small devices like laptop computers.
  3. Fuel cells produce electricity in the form of Alternating Current (AC).

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

B) In India, under cyber insurances for individuals, which of the following benefits are generally covered, in addition to payment for the loss of funds and other benefits? (UPSC 2020)

1. Cost of restoration of the computer system in case of malware disrupting access to one’s computer.

2. Cost of a new computer if some miscreant willfully damages it, if proved so.

3. Cost of hiring a specialized consultant to minimize the loss in case of cyber extortion.

4. Cost of defense in the court of law if any third party files a suit.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1, 2, and 4 only

(b) 1,3 and 4 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

C) Regarding the taxation system of Krishna Deva, the ruler of Vijayanagar, consider the following statements: (UPSC 2015)

  1. The tax rate on land was fixed depending on the quality of the land.
  2. Private owners of workshops paid an industries tax.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

You can solve these questions with the help of techniques that Sajal sir will teach you in the webinar.

This is your opportunity to learn the tricks that can help you score 120+ in your Prelims. Join Sajal sir for a free webinar and this is what you can learn:

1. 10 Different types of elimination/intelligent guess techniques like (hard to verify facts, For this and NOT for this) through Solving Previous year UPSC questions.

2. How to master the Elimination techniques, used by toppers.

3. Ideal strategy for the Last 50 days for UPSC prelims 2021.

4. How to prepare for 2022 Prelims.

5. Which Topics to focus more upon while preparing for UPSC prelims (eg: Map should be given utmost importance while studying geography for prelims)

6.Open Q&A with Sajal sir

7.The art of Tikdam booklet by Dr V (Rank 20)

We are inviting all the serious aspirants to grab this FREE opportunity to learn the tricks that toppers use to score more than everyone else. 

There are limited slots available so we request you to enroll now!

Date: 22/8/2021

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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Learn the secret of scoring 125+ in Prelims 2021-22 by Sajal Sir || Free Session || Registration Open ||Learn Over 10 different types of Question solving Techniques

Dear aspirants,

Even with a similar syllabus and similar study materials, most candidates fall in one of the following four categories when it comes to their Prelims score:

1) Prelims score 0-40: They need to work on improving their knowledge and learn answering tricks
2) Prelims score 50-70: They have decent knowledge and decent answering tricks.
3) Prelims score 80-100: They have good knowledge but they need to develop answering tricks.
4) Prelims score 120+: They have excellent knowledge and know all the answering tricks.

So, what to do?
Clearing Prelims is all about Knowledge + Answering Tricks (Tikdams). And while you are studying hard to improve your knowledge, Sajal sir will help you improve your answering techniques, for absolutely FREE!

Let’s look at a few examples. Sajal sir will explain how you can answer these questions with smart techniques, even if you DON’T know the answer.

A) With reference to ‘fuel cells’ in which hydrogen-rich fuel and oxygen are used to generate electricity, consider the following statements :(UPSC 2016)

  1. If pure hydrogen is used as a fuel, the fuel cell emits heat and water as by-products.
  2. Fuel cells can be used for powering buildings and not for small devices like laptop computers.
  3. Fuel cells produce electricity in the form of Alternating Current (AC).

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

B) In India, under cyber insurances for individuals, which of the following benefits are generally covered, in addition to payment for the loss of funds and other benefits? (UPSC 2020)

1. Cost of restoration of the computer system in case of malware disrupting access to one’s computer.

2. Cost of a new computer if some miscreant willfully damages it, if proved so.

3. Cost of hiring a specialized consultant to minimize the loss in case of cyber extortion.

4. Cost of defense in the court of law if any third party files a suit.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1, 2, and 4 only

(b) 1,3 and 4 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

C) Regarding the taxation system of Krishna Deva, the ruler of Vijayanagar, consider the following statements: (UPSC 2015)

  1. The tax rate on land was fixed depending on the quality of the land.
  2. Private owners of workshops paid an industries tax.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

You can solve these questions with the help of techniques that Sajal sir will teach you in the webinar.

This is your opportunity to learn the tricks that can help you score 120+ in your Prelims. Join Sajal sir for a free webinar and this is what you can learn:

1. 10 Different types of elimination/intelligent guess techniques like (hard to verify facts, For this and NOT for this) through Solving Previous year UPSC questions.

2. How to master the Elimination techniques, used by toppers.

3. Ideal strategy for the Last 50 days for UPSC prelims 2021.

4. How to prepare for 2022 Prelims.

5. Which Topics to focus more upon while preparing for UPSC prelims (eg: Map should be given utmost importance while studying geography for prelims)

6.Open Q&A with Sajal sir

7.The art of Tikdam booklet by Dr V (Rank 20)

We are inviting all the serious aspirants to grab this FREE opportunity to learn the tricks that toppers use to score more than everyone else. 

There are limited slots available so we request you to enroll now!

Date: 22/8/2021

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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Learn the secret of scoring 125+ in Prelims by Sajal Sir || Free Session || Registration Open ||Learn Over 10 different types of Question solving Techniques

Dear aspirants,

Even with a similar syllabus and similar study materials, most candidates fall in one of the following four categories when it comes to their Prelims score:

1) Prelims score 0-40: They need to work on improving their knowledge and learn answering tricks
2) Prelims score 50-70: They have decent knowledge and decent answering tricks.
3) Prelims score 80-100: They have good knowledge but they need to develop answering tricks.
4) Prelims score 120+: They have excellent knowledge and know all the answering tricks.

So, what to do?
Clearing Prelims is all about Knowledge + Answering Tricks (Tikdams). And while you are studying hard to improve your knowledge, Sajal sir will help you improve your answering techniques, for absolutely FREE!

Let’s look at a few examples. Sajal sir will explain how you can answer these questions with smart techniques, even if you DON’T know the answer.

A) With reference to ‘fuel cells’ in which hydrogen-rich fuel and oxygen are used to generate electricity, consider the following statements :(UPSC 2016)

  1. If pure hydrogen is used as a fuel, the fuel cell emits heat and water as by-products.
  2. Fuel cells can be used for powering buildings and not for small devices like laptop computers.
  3. Fuel cells produce electricity in the form of Alternating Current (AC).

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

B) In India, under cyber insurances for individuals, which of the following benefits are generally covered, in addition to payment for the loss of funds and other benefits? (UPSC 2020)

1. Cost of restoration of the computer system in case of malware disrupting access to one’s computer.

2. Cost of a new computer if some miscreant willfully damages it, if proved so.

3. Cost of hiring a specialized consultant to minimize the loss in case of cyber extortion.

4. Cost of defense in the court of law if any third party files a suit.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1, 2, and 4 only

(b) 1,3 and 4 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

You can solve these questions with the help of techniques that Sajal sir will teach you in the webinar.

This is your opportunity to learn the tricks that can help you score 120+ in your Prelims. Join Sajal sir for a free webinar and this is what you can learn:

1. 10 Different types of elimination/intelligent guess techniques like (hard to verify facts, For this and NOT for this) through Solving Previous year UPSC questions.

2. How to master the Elimination techniques, used by toppers.

3. Ideal strategy for the Last 50 days for UPSC prelims 2021.

4. How to prepare for 2022 Prelims.

5. Which Topics to focus more upon while preparing for UPSC prelims (eg: Map should be given utmost importance while studying geography for prelims)

6.Open Q&A with Sajal sir

7.The art of Tikdam booklet by Dr V (Rank 20)

We are inviting all the serious aspirants to grab this FREE opportunity to learn the tricks that toppers use to score more than everyone else. 

There are limited slots available so we request you to enroll now!

Date: 22/8/2021

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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Learn the secret of scoring 125+ in Prelims by Sajal Sir || Free Session || Registration Open ||Learn Over 10 different types of Question solving Techniques

Dear aspirants,

Even with a similar syllabus and similar study materials, most candidates fall in one of the following four categories when it comes to their Prelims score:

1) Prelims score 0-40: They need to work on improving their knowledge and learn answering tricks
2) Prelims score 50-70: They have decent knowledge and decent answering tricks.
3) Prelims score 80-100: They have good knowledge but they need to develop answering tricks.
4) Prelims score 120+: They have excellent knowledge and know all the answering tricks.

So, what to do?
Clearing Prelims is all about Knowledge + Answering Tricks (Tikdams). And while you are studying hard to improve your knowledge, Sajal sir will help you improve your answering techniques, for absolutely FREE!

Let’s look at a few examples. Sajal sir will explain how you can answer these questions with smart techniques, even if you DON’T know the answer.

A) With reference to ‘fuel cells’ in which hydrogen-rich fuel and oxygen are used to generate electricity, consider the following statements :(UPSC 2016)

  1. If pure hydrogen is used as a fuel, the fuel cell emits heat and water as by-products.
  2. Fuel cells can be used for powering buildings and not for small devices like laptop computers.
  3. Fuel cells produce electricity in the form of Alternating Current (AC).

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

B) In India, under cyber insurances for individuals, which of the following benefits are generally covered, in addition to payment for the loss of funds and other benefits? (UPSC 2020)

1. Cost of restoration of the computer system in case of malware disrupting access to one’s computer.

2. Cost of a new computer if some miscreant willfully damages it, if proved so.

3. Cost of hiring a specialized consultant to minimize the loss in case of cyber extortion.

4. Cost of defense in the court of law if any third party files a suit.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1, 2, and 4 only

(b) 1,3 and 4 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

You can solve these questions with the help of techniques that Sajal sir will teach you in the webinar.

This is your opportunity to learn the tricks that can help you score 120+ in your Prelims. Join Sajal sir for a free webinar and this is what you can learn:

1. 10 Different types of elimination/intelligent guess techniques like (hard to verify facts, For this and NOT for this) through Solving Previous year UPSC questions.

2. How to master the Elimination techniques, used by toppers.

3. Ideal strategy for the Last 50 days for UPSC prelims 2021.

4. How to prepare for 2022 Prelims.

5. Which Topics to focus more upon while preparing for UPSC prelims (eg: Map should be given utmost importance while studying geography for prelims)

6.Open Q&A with Sajal sir

7.The art of Tikdam booklet by Dr V (Rank 20)

We are inviting all the serious aspirants to grab this FREE opportunity to learn the tricks that toppers use to score more than everyone else. 

There are limited slots available so we request you to enroll now!

Date: 22/8/2021

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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Learn the secret of scoring 125+ in Prelims by Sajal Sir || Free session || Registration Open ||Learn Over 10 different types of Question solving Techniques

Dear aspirants,

Even with a similar syllabus and similar study materials, most candidates fall in one of the following four categories when it comes to their Prelims score:

1) Prelims score 0-40: They need to work on improving their knowledge and learn answering tricks
2) Prelims score 50-70: They have decent knowledge and decent answering tricks.
3) Prelims score 80-100: They have good knowledge but they need to develop answering tricks.
4) Prelims score 120+: They have excellent knowledge and know all the answering tricks.

So, what to do?
Clearing Prelims is all about Knowledge + Answering Tricks (Tikdams). And while you are studying hard to improve your knowledge, Sajal sir will help you improve your answering techniques, for absolutely FREE!

Let’s look at a few examples. Sajal sir will explain how you can answer these questions with smart techniques, even if you DON’T know the answer.

A) With reference to ‘fuel cells’ in which hydrogen-rich fuel and oxygen are used to generate electricity, consider the following statements :(UPSC 2016)

  1. If pure hydrogen is used as a fuel, the fuel cell emits heat and water as by-products.
  2. Fuel cells can be used for powering buildings and not for small devices like laptop computers.
  3. Fuel cells produce electricity in the form of Alternating Current (AC).

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

B) In India, under cyber insurances for individuals, which of the following benefits are generally covered, in addition to payment for the loss of funds and other benefits? (UPSC 2020)

1. Cost of restoration of the computer system in case of malware disrupting access to one’s computer.

2. Cost of a new computer if some miscreant willfully damages it, if proved so.

3. Cost of hiring a specialized consultant to minimize the loss in case of cyber extortion.

4. Cost of defense in the court of law if any third party files a suit.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1, 2, and 4 only

(b) 1,3 and 4 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

You can solve these questions with the help of techniques that Sajal sir will teach you in the webinar.

This is your opportunity to learn the tricks that can help you score 120+ in your Prelims. Join Sajal sir for a free webinar and this is what you can learn:

1. 10 Different types of elimination/intelligent guess techniques like (hard to verify facts, For this and NOT for this) through Solving Previous year UPSC questions.

2. How to master the Elimination techniques, used by toppers.

3. Ideal strategy for the Last 50 days for UPSC prelims 2021.

4. How to prepare for 2022 Prelims.

5. Which Topics to focus more upon while preparing for UPSC prelims (eg: Map should be given utmost importance while studying geography for prelims)

6.Open Q&A with Sajal sir

7.The art of Tikdam booklet by Dr V (Rank 20)

We are inviting all the serious aspirants to grab this FREE opportunity to learn the tricks that toppers use to score more than everyone else. 

There are limited slots available so we request you to enroll now!

Date: 22/8/2021

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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Last Few Seats left || Free Webinar by First Attempt UPSC Topper || Arnav Shivendu, AIR 283 || My Love for Civil Services and How to Clear the Exam in First Attempt

Webinar Date: 8th August

Time: 7 PM

You and I share the same love and the same dream…to become an IAS officer. But that’s not all that we share. I also share with you the fear and anxiety that comes with this dream. 

It’s the same struggle every day, isn’t it? 

  1. How do I complete the syllabus?
  2. How do I maintain consistency?
  3. What to study, what not to study?
  4. How do I manage my time?
  5. How do I complete my optionals?
  6. How do write better answers?
  7. How can I remember this all?
  8. How can I manage current affairs? Etc.

It was the same for me. The same concern every day. I felt lost and overwhelmed too. And I totally understand what you are going through right now!

But, here’s the thing – All of these are SOLVABLE PROBLEMS!

You CAN learn how to manage your syllabus, you CAN learn to manage your time, you CAN learn how to write good answers. All you need is the right support and guidance. For example – I too was inconsistent with my studies. But then I broke down the syllabus into small pieces. I prioritised the topics. And my mentors helped me frame a schedule that matched my learning pace. That’s it! With such a small change I was able to bring more consistency in my studies.

And that’s exactly what I want to share with you. What are the small changes that you can make? What kind of schedule you can keep? Where can you look for the right study materials? Etc. And I would like you to learn from my experience so that your journey is smoother than mine.

Quite frankly, I am inviting you to share my experiences with you. I would like to share the mistakes I made and how I corrected them. I am hoping that you would learn from these experiences and clear the exam on your first attempt!

Remember, you can definitely clear this exam and I would like to share everything I learned with you. Do join me on the webinar at 7 P.M. on 8th August, and we can solve the problems together.

About The Webinar Host:

The Webinar is being hosted by a civil service officer Arnav Shivendu who cleared his exam in his first attempt in 2019 with AIR 283.

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Last Few Seats left || Free Webinar by First Attempt UPSC Topper || Arnav Shivendu, AIR 283 || My Love for Civil Services and How to Clear the Exam in First Attempt

Webinar Date: 8th August

Time: 7 PM

You and I share the same love and the same dream…to become an IAS officer. But that’s not all that we share. I also share with you the fear and anxiety that comes with this dream. 

It’s the same struggle every day, isn’t it? 

  1. How do I complete the syllabus?
  2. How do I maintain consistency?
  3. What to study, what not to study?
  4. How do I manage my time?
  5. How do I complete my optionals?
  6. How do write better answers?
  7. How can I remember this all?
  8. How can I manage current affairs? Etc.

It was the same for me. The same concern every day. I felt lost and overwhelmed too. And I totally understand what you are going through right now!

But, here’s the thing – All of these are SOLVABLE PROBLEMS!

You CAN learn how to manage your syllabus, you CAN learn to manage your time, you CAN learn how to write good answers. All you need is the right support and guidance. For example – I too was inconsistent with my studies. But then I broke down the syllabus into small pieces. I prioritised the topics. And my mentors helped me frame a schedule that matched my learning pace. That’s it! With such a small change I was able to bring more consistency in my studies.

And that’s exactly what I want to share with you. What are the small changes that you can make? What kind of schedule you can keep? Where can you look for the right study materials? Etc. And I would like you to learn from my experience so that your journey is smoother than mine.

Quite frankly, I am inviting you to share my experiences with you. I would like to share the mistakes I made and how I corrected them. I am hoping that you would learn from these experiences and clear the exam on your first attempt!

Remember, you can definitely clear this exam and I would like to share everything I learned with you. Do join me on the webinar at 7 P.M. on 8th August, and we can solve the problems together.

About The Webinar Host:

The Webinar is being hosted by a civil service officer Arnav Shivendu who cleared his exam in his first attempt in 2019 with AIR 283.

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Free Webinar by First Attempt UPSC Topper || Arnav Shivendu, AIR 283 || My Love for Civil Services and How to Clear the Exam in First Attempt

Webinar Date: 8th August

Time: 7 PM

You and I share the same love and the same dream…to become an IAS officer. But that’s not all that we share. I also share with you the fear and anxiety that comes with this dream. 

It’s the same struggle every day, isn’t it? 

  1. How do I complete the syllabus?
  2. How do I maintain consistency?
  3. What to study, what not to study?
  4. How do I manage my time?
  5. How do I complete my optionals?
  6. How do write better answers?
  7. How can I remember this all?
  8. How can I manage current affairs? Etc.

It was the same for me. The same concern every day. I felt lost and overwhelmed too. And I totally understand what you are going through right now!

But, here’s the thing – All of these are SOLVABLE PROBLEMS!

You CAN learn how to manage your syllabus, you CAN learn to manage your time, you CAN learn how to write good answers. All you need is the right support and guidance. For example – I too was inconsistent with my studies. But then I broke down the syllabus into small pieces. I prioritised the topics. And my mentors helped me frame a schedule that matched my learning pace. That’s it! With such a small change I was able to bring more consistency in my studies.

And that’s exactly what I want to share with you. What are the small changes that you can make? What kind of schedule you can keep? Where can you look for the right study materials? Etc. And I would like you to learn from my experience so that your journey is smoother than mine.

Quite frankly, I am inviting you to share my experiences with you. I would like to share the mistakes I made and how I corrected them. I am hoping that you would learn from these experiences and clear the exam on your first attempt!

Remember, you can definitely clear this exam and I would like to share everything I learned with you. Do join me on the webinar at 7 P.M. on 8th August, and we can solve the problems together.

About The Webinar Host:

The Webinar is being hosted by a civil service officer Arnav Shivendu who cleared his exam in his first attempt in 2019 with AIR 283.

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Free Webinar by First Attempt UPSC Topper || Arnav Shivendu, AIR 283 || My Love for Civil Services and How to Clear the Exam in First Attempt

Webinar Date: 8th August

Time: 7 PM

You and I share the same love and the same dream…to become an IAS officer. But that’s not all that we share. I also share with you the fear and anxiety that comes with this dream. 

It’s the same struggle every day, isn’t it? 

  1. How do I complete the syllabus?
  2. How do I maintain consistency?
  3. What to study, what not to study?
  4. How do I manage my time?
  5. How do I complete my optionals?
  6. How do write better answers?
  7. How can I remember this all?
  8. How can I manage current affairs? Etc.

It was the same for me. The same concern every day. I felt lost and overwhelmed too. And I totally understand what you are going through right now!

But, here’s the thing – All of these are SOLVABLE PROBLEMS!

You CAN learn how to manage your syllabus, you CAN learn to manage your time, you CAN learn how to write good answers. All you need is the right support and guidance. For example – I too was inconsistent with my studies. But then I broke down the syllabus into small pieces. I prioritised the topics. And my mentors helped me frame a schedule that matched my learning pace. That’s it! With such a small change I was able to bring more consistency in my studies.

And that’s exactly what I want to share with you. What are the small changes that you can make? What kind of schedule you can keep? Where can you look for the right study materials? Etc. And I would like you to learn from my experience so that your journey is smoother than mine.

Quite frankly, I am inviting you to share my experiences with you. I would like to share the mistakes I made and how I corrected them. I am hoping that you would learn from these experiences and clear the exam on your first attempt!

Remember, you can definitely clear this exam and I would like to share everything I learned with you. Do join me on the webinar at 7 P.M. on 8th August, and we can solve the problems together.

About The Webinar Host:

The Webinar is being hosted by a civil service officer Arnav Shivendu who cleared his exam in his first attempt in 2019 with AIR 283.

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Registration form Closing Today || How To Complete Your UPSC IAS Syllabus And Manage Your Time? A Complete Guide To UPSC Preparation on How to Create a Perfect Personalised Timetable

Aspirants,

The UPSC exam is undoubtedly the toughest exam in India with a syllabus so vast that most students feel overwhelmed within just a few weeks of starting their preparation. 

In fact, the 2 biggest problems students face while preparing for this exam are:

  1. Syllabus Management And
  2. Time Management

FACT: As an aspirant, you can either spend a lot of time and effort trying to figure out how to cope with your syllabus and manage time or you can simply speak with our mentors and get the right study plan and timetable custom-made for you!

So, how can you learn to manage time and your syllabus? Here’s what you can do!

  • Syllabus Management:
    • Go through the entire syllabus thoroughly.
    • Mark the topics you feel comfortable with and those you aren’t familiar with.
    • Break down the syllabus into small parts and prioritise them in order.
    • Gather the relevant study material for the syllabus and start studying them in order.
    • Figure out where you need guidance – Is it with the subject matter? Do you need help with organising your syllabus? Or you just aren’t sure how to begin?

Our guidance program is, in fact, designed specifically to solve this problem. We speak with students personally and understand their concerns on a one-on-one basis. Our mentors spend time understanding the individual requirements of our students and teach students how to break down the syllabus and create a plan they can stick to.

This is what our mentors do after speaking one-on-one with students:

  1. They assess the students and understand their requirements.
  2. They develop a study plan for the students that match their learning abilities.
  3. They break down the syllabus for the student to make it easier for them to cope.
  4. They provide important study material so that the student doesn’t feel lost.
  5. They provide regular feedback to students to help them remain focused.
  6. They handhold the students at every stage of the exam, supporting them with all their needs.
  • Time Management:
    • Prioritise your study material
    • Complete the easier topics first.
    • Allocate at least one hour to answer-writing
    • Allocate at least one hour to MCQ practice
    • Make notes on Current Affairs while reading the newspapermatter?
    • Allocate at least 2 hours for your optional.

This plan, however, does not suit everyone since every student has a different learning pace and different time available. Our guidance program solves this problem by creating a personalised timetable for you after speaking with you personally. Our mentors understand the requirements of students and they know which topics require how much time. That is why they prepare a customised timetable for you and all you need to do is follow it!

So, if you are starting to prepare for the exam, do not waste your time trying to reinvent the wheel. Just get in touch with us and we will create a study plan that is based around you. 

Limited slots are available. Don’t wait, get in touch immediately!

Few Kind Words before we wrap up.

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How To Complete Your UPSC IAS Syllabus And Manage Your Time? A Complete Guide To UPSC Preparation on How to Create a Perfect Personalised Timetable

Aspirants,

The UPSC exam is undoubtedly the toughest exam in India with a syllabus so vast that most students feel overwhelmed within just a few weeks of starting their preparation. 

In fact, the 2 biggest problems students face while preparing for this exam are:

  1. Syllabus Management And
  2. Time Management

FACT: As an aspirant, you can either spend a lot of time and effort trying to figure out how to cope with your syllabus and manage time or you can simply speak with our mentors and get the right study plan and timetable custom-made for you!

So, how can you learn to manage time and your syllabus? Here’s what you can do!

  • Syllabus Management:
    • Go through the entire syllabus thoroughly.
    • Mark the topics you feel comfortable with and those you aren’t familiar with.
    • Break down the syllabus into small parts and prioritise them in order.
    • Gather the relevant study material for the syllabus and start studying them in order.
    • Figure out where you need guidance – Is it with the subject matter? Do you need help with organising your syllabus? Or you just aren’t sure how to begin?

Our guidance program is, in fact, designed specifically to solve this problem. We speak with students personally and understand their concerns on a one-on-one basis. Our mentors spend time understanding the individual requirements of our students and teach students how to break down the syllabus and create a plan they can stick to.

This is what our mentors do after speaking one-on-one with students:

  1. They assess the students and understand their requirements.
  2. They develop a study plan for the students that match their learning abilities.
  3. They break down the syllabus for the student to make it easier for them to cope.
  4. They provide important study material so that the student doesn’t feel lost.
  5. They provide regular feedback to students to help them remain focused.
  6. They handhold the students at every stage of the exam, supporting them with all their needs.
  • Time Management:
    • Prioritise your study material
    • Complete the easier topics first.
    • Allocate at least one hour to answer-writing
    • Allocate at least one hour to MCQ practice
    • Make notes on Current Affairs while reading the newspapermatter?
    • Allocate at least 2 hours for your optional.

This plan, however, does not suit everyone since every student has a different learning pace and different time available. Our guidance program solves this problem by creating a personalised timetable for you after speaking with you personally. Our mentors understand the requirements of students and they know which topics require how much time. That is why they prepare a customised timetable for you and all you need to do is follow it!

So, if you are starting to prepare for the exam, do not waste your time trying to reinvent the wheel. Just get in touch with us and we will create a study plan that is based around you. 

Limited slots are available. Don’t wait, get in touch immediately!

Few Kind Words before we wrap up.

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How To Complete Your UPSC IAS Syllabus And Manage Your Time? A Complete Guide To UPSC Preparation on How to Create a Perfect Personalised Timetable

Aspirants,

The UPSC exam is undoubtedly the toughest exam in India with a syllabus so vast that most students feel overwhelmed within just a few weeks of starting their preparation. 

In fact, the 2 biggest problems students face while preparing for this exam are:

  1. Syllabus Management And
  2. Time Management

FACT: As an aspirant, you can either spend a lot of time and effort trying to figure out how to cope with your syllabus and manage time or you can simply speak with our mentors and get the right study plan and timetable custom-made for you!

So, how can you learn to manage time and your syllabus? Here’s what you can do!

  • Syllabus Management:
    • Go through the entire syllabus thoroughly.
    • Mark the topics you feel comfortable with and those you aren’t familiar with.
    • Break down the syllabus into small parts and prioritise them in order.
    • Gather the relevant study material for the syllabus and start studying them in order.
    • Figure out where you need guidance – Is it with the subject matter? Do you need help with organising your syllabus? Or you just aren’t sure how to begin?

Our guidance program is, in fact, designed specifically to solve this problem. We speak with students personally and understand their concerns on a one-on-one basis. Our mentors spend time understanding the individual requirements of our students and teach students how to break down the syllabus and create a plan they can stick to.

This is what our mentors do after speaking one-on-one with students:

  1. They assess the students and understand their requirements.
  2. They develop a study plan for the students that match their learning abilities.
  3. They break down the syllabus for the student to make it easier for them to cope.
  4. They provide important study material so that the student doesn’t feel lost.
  5. They provide regular feedback to students to help them remain focused.
  6. They handhold the students at every stage of the exam, supporting them with all their needs.
  • Time Management:
    • Prioritise your study material
    • Complete the easier topics first.
    • Allocate at least one hour to answer-writing
    • Allocate at least one hour to MCQ practice
    • Make notes on Current Affairs while reading the newspapermatter?
    • Allocate at least 2 hours for your optional.

This plan, however, does not suit everyone since every student has a different learning pace and different time available. Our guidance program solves this problem by creating a personalised timetable for you after speaking with you personally. Our mentors understand the requirements of students and they know which topics require how much time. That is why they prepare a customised timetable for you and all you need to do is follow it!

So, if you are starting to prepare for the exam, do not waste your time trying to reinvent the wheel. Just get in touch with us and we will create a study plan that is based around you. 

Limited slots are available. Don’t wait, get in touch immediately!

Few Kind Words before we wrap up.

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Registration form Closing Today || How To Complete Your UPSC IAS Syllabus And Manage Your Time? A Complete Guide To UPSC Preparation on How to Create a Perfect Personalised Timetable

Aspirants,

The UPSC exam is undoubtedly the toughest exam in India with a syllabus so vast that most students feel overwhelmed within just a few weeks of starting their preparation. 

In fact, the 2 biggest problems students face while preparing for this exam are:

  1. Syllabus Management And
  2. Time Management

FACT: As an aspirant, you can either spend a lot of time and effort trying to figure out how to cope with your syllabus and manage time or you can simply speak with our mentors and get the right study plan and timetable custom-made for you!

So, how can you learn to manage time and your syllabus? Here’s what you can do!

  • Syllabus Management:
    • Go through the entire syllabus thoroughly.
    • Mark the topics you feel comfortable with and those you aren’t familiar with.
    • Break down the syllabus into small parts and prioritise them in order.
    • Gather the relevant study material for the syllabus and start studying them in order.
    • Figure out where you need guidance – Is it with the subject matter? Do you need help with organising your syllabus? Or you just aren’t sure how to begin?

Our guidance program is, in fact, designed specifically to solve this problem. We speak with students personally and understand their concerns on a one-on-one basis. Our mentors spend time understanding the individual requirements of our students and teach students how to break down the syllabus and create a plan they can stick to.

This is what our mentors do after speaking one-on-one with students:

  1. They assess the students and understand their requirements.
  2. They develop a study plan for the students that match their learning abilities.
  3. They break down the syllabus for the student to make it easier for them to cope.
  4. They provide important study material so that the student doesn’t feel lost.
  5. They provide regular feedback to students to help them remain focused.
  6. They handhold the students at every stage of the exam, supporting them with all their needs.
  • Time Management:
    • Prioritise your study material
    • Complete the easier topics first.
    • Allocate at least one hour to answer-writing
    • Allocate at least one hour to MCQ practice
    • Make notes on Current Affairs while reading the newspapermatter?
    • Allocate at least 2 hours for your optional.

This plan, however, does not suit everyone since every student has a different learning pace and different time available. Our guidance program solves this problem by creating a personalised timetable for you after speaking with you personally. Our mentors understand the requirements of students and they know which topics require how much time. That is why they prepare a customised timetable for you and all you need to do is follow it!

So, if you are starting to prepare for the exam, do not waste your time trying to reinvent the wheel. Just get in touch with us and we will create a study plan that is based around you. 

Limited slots are available. Don’t wait, get in touch immediately!

Few Kind Words before we wrap up.

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UPSC Civil Services is not an Exam of “Selection” but of “Elimination”. How being “Well Guided” helps you Save Composure and Several Failed Attempts

We have spent over 6,500 hours last year discussing the preparation strategies of over 9,000 students individually and we found that there are 2 kinds of aspirants.

  1. Those who received good guidance and planned their study to score more. And
  2. Those aspirants who were misguided by others and got overwhelmed by the syllabus.

And if you feel that you need some experienced guidance, then you have come to the right place!

We will tell you how we guide our students and you can decide if it suits you:

  1. Personalized Study Plans – Every student learns at a different pace. One study plan does not suit everyone. That is why when students get in touch with us, we prepare individual study plans for each student that helps them learn at their own pace.
  2. Identifying Mistakes – Our experienced mentors have worked with thousands of students and they know the most common mistakes the students make. When we teach our students, we guide them away from these mistakes so they can improve their performance quickly and score more.

3. We Don’t Experiment With Your Career – Our success depends on the success of our students. That is why we only use Tried and Tested Methods of studying that has proven extremely successful in the past. We adapt to the changes and not experiment with your careers.

4. We Present What UPSC Expects – We understand what the UPSC expects when it comes to answer-writing, essays, and other preparations. We work hard to decode UPSC patterns so that our students don’t have to. That is why we provide only the most relevant material to the students so they can study without feeling lost.

5. One-Stop For All Your Needs – Our students do not get overwhelmed while studying because we provide them with everything they need! All the relevant study material, tests, discussions, and coaching in one place. This helps our students remain focused and concentrated.

And more…

We work with our students for their success. 

And if you feel like talking to us just get in touch. We would love to know how we can help you succeed!

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Do Not FEAR Inconsistency, FIGHT It!

Read on if you often find yourself trapped in inconsistency. We have got a proven formula to get you out of it. 

 “If a child doesn’t fall, would it ever learn to walk?

Does the child fear falling? No.

Does the child give up? No.

Does the child get back up and try again? Yes. Does the child succeed? Yes.

So can you!”

The concept of getting back up and trying again is inherent in everyone. None of us are machines that can all the time. As humans, inconsistency is part of our nature. But the difference between people who succeed and those who don’t is that successful people do not fear inconsistency. They know it, understand it, get back up, and fight it.

Here’s the thing: You are not alone! Every aspirant feels the fear of inconsistency. But there’s a simple way to beat it.

After speaking with 10000+ aspirants we realised that there are 3 basic reasons for inconsistency among the aspirants. We were able to understand these reasons. Find practical solutions that help students become calmer, consistent, and turn their fear into focus.

A) Overwhelmed by the syllabus – Most of the students start studying with full force. But as they get deeper into the course material, they start feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the syllabus. It’s exactly like diving into an open ocean without a life jacket for support. What should I study? Which books should I complete? Where do I find relevant course material? Did I miss something? What if I am reading the wrong things? Oh, my god! What should I do?

This feeling can create panic and make you lose focus. This makes you inconsistent in your approach. But what if you had a guide who spoke to you and helped you define the course structure? What if you had a mentor who guided you and told you what’s important and what’s not? What if there was a person who understood your fear and created a personal schedule for you to get back on track? Believe it or not, having such a person for support makes all the difference in the world.

And this is what our mentors do, help you swim when you feel like you are drowning.

B) Fatigue – You have been studying long and hard. You have written essays, answers, and practiced MCQs. You are reading many newspapers and about a thousand different topics in a day. The entire cycle continues for 365 long days. It is natural to feel fatigued. It is human to feel tired. It is necessary to take a break. BUT it is a ‘must’ to get back again.

This is where your mentor comes to your rescue. Your mentor helps you cope with the syllabus. They tell you how much effort you should spend on which topics. They help create a study pattern around your strengths so that your efforts are not wasted. So, you do not feel tired. You get proven practical tips to crack the exam without burdening you with irrelevant information. They help you create a smart balance that ensures you keep going strong for as long as it takes!

The mentors won’t make you super-human, they make you smarter-human!

C) No support structure – Ask any person who has succeeded in this exam and  they’ll tell you that a support structure is the most important thing in cracking this exam. Having someone you can speak to openly can make a world of difference. Imagine having someone you speak to about the things that scare you. The things that make you inconsistent. The things that are holding you back. Imagine having someone who does not see you as a machine but as a human and helps support you when you are down. Imagine having someone who has your back, no matter what!

Yes, a mentor is that friend and guide who knows what you are going through and also how to help you. A mentor helps identify the cause of your inconsistency and solves it for you so that you can focus on your study. Finally, a mentor is someone who guides you both emotionally and intellectually to remove your fear and replace it with the will to fight!

This is why our mentorship program produces results day-in and day-out. For our mentors, you are not machines. You are students who will have periods of inconsistency but our mentors will not let that kill your dreams. They will lift you up in your worst times and they will guide you well in your best times.

So, come, speak to us. Join and experience our one on one mentorship program.  Tell us what makes you inconsistent, and our mentors will find a way to beat it. Replace fear with a will to fight. You work on your studies, leave the rest to us. Connect with us, there’s no harm in giving it a shot!

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Do Not FEAR Inconsistency, FIGHT It!

Read on if you often find yourself trapped in inconsistency. We have got a proven formula to get you out of it. 

 “If a child doesn’t fall, would it ever learn to walk?

Does the child fear falling? No.

Does the child give up? No.

Does the child get back up and try again? Yes. Does the child succeed? Yes.

So can you!”

The concept of getting back up and trying again is inherent in everyone. None of us are machines that can all the time. As humans, inconsistency is part of our nature. But the difference between people who succeed and those who don’t is that successful people do not fear inconsistency. They know it, understand it, get back up, and fight it.

Here’s the thing: You are not alone! Every aspirant feels the fear of inconsistency. But there’s a simple way to beat it.

After speaking with 10000+ aspirants we realised that there are 3 basic reasons for inconsistency among the aspirants. We were able to understand these reasons. Find practical solutions that help students become calmer, consistent, and turn their fear into focus.

A) Overwhelmed by the syllabus – Most of the students start studying with full force. But as they get deeper into the course material, they start feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the syllabus. It’s exactly like diving into an open ocean without a life jacket for support. What should I study? Which books should I complete? Where do I find relevant course material? Did I miss something? What if I am reading the wrong things? Oh, my god! What should I do?

This feeling can create panic and make you lose focus. This makes you inconsistent in your approach. But what if you had a guide who spoke to you and helped you define the course structure? What if you had a mentor who guided you and told you what’s important and what’s not? What if there was a person who understood your fear and created a personal schedule for you to get back on track? Believe it or not, having such a person for support makes all the difference in the world.

And this is what our mentors do, help you swim when you feel like you are drowning.

B) Fatigue – You have been studying long and hard. You have written essays, answers, and practiced MCQs. You are reading many newspapers and about a thousand different topics in a day. The entire cycle continues for 365 long days. It is natural to feel fatigued. It is human to feel tired. It is necessary to take a break. BUT it is a ‘must’ to get back again.

This is where your mentor comes to your rescue. Your mentor helps you cope with the syllabus. They tell you how much effort you should spend on which topics. They help create a study pattern around your strengths so that your efforts are not wasted. So, you do not feel tired. You get proven practical tips to crack the exam without burdening you with irrelevant information. They help you create a smart balance that ensures you keep going strong for as long as it takes!

The mentors won’t make you super-human, they make you smarter-human!

C) No support structure – Ask any person who has succeeded in this exam and  they’ll tell you that a support structure is the most important thing in cracking this exam. Having someone you can speak to openly can make a world of difference. Imagine having someone you speak to about the things that scare you. The things that make you inconsistent. The things that are holding you back. Imagine having someone who does not see you as a machine but as a human and helps support you when you are down. Imagine having someone who has your back, no matter what!

Yes, a mentor is that friend and guide who knows what you are going through and also how to help you. A mentor helps identify the cause of your inconsistency and solves it for you so that you can focus on your study. Finally, a mentor is someone who guides you both emotionally and intellectually to remove your fear and replace it with the will to fight!

This is why our mentorship program produces results day-in and day-out. For our mentors, you are not machines. You are students who will have periods of inconsistency but our mentors will not let that kill your dreams. They will lift you up in your worst times and they will guide you well in your best times.

So, come, speak to us. Join and experience our one on one mentorship program.  Tell us what makes you inconsistent, and our mentors will find a way to beat it. Replace fear with a will to fight. You work on your studies, leave the rest to us. Connect with us, there’s no harm in giving it a shot!

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Do Not FEAR Inconsistency, FIGHT It!

Read on if you often find yourself trapped in inconsistency. We have got a proven formula to get you out of it. 

 “If a child doesn’t fall, would it ever learn to walk?

Does the child fear falling? No.

Does the child give up? No.

Does the child get back up and try again? Yes. Does the child succeed? Yes.

So can you!”

The concept of getting back up and trying again is inherent in everyone. None of us are machines that can all the time. As humans, inconsistency is part of our nature. But the difference between people who succeed and those who don’t is that successful people do not fear inconsistency. They know it, understand it, get back up, and fight it.

Here’s the thing: You are not alone! Every aspirant feels the fear of inconsistency. But there’s a simple way to beat it.

After speaking with 10000+ aspirants we realised that there are 3 basic reasons for inconsistency among the aspirants. We were able to understand these reasons. Find practical solutions that help students become calmer, consistent, and turn their fear into focus.

A) Overwhelmed by the syllabus – Most of the students start studying with full force. But as they get deeper into the course material, they start feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the syllabus. It’s exactly like diving into an open ocean without a life jacket for support. What should I study? Which books should I complete? Where do I find relevant course material? Did I miss something? What if I am reading the wrong things? Oh, my god! What should I do?

This feeling can create panic and make you lose focus. This makes you inconsistent in your approach. But what if you had a guide who spoke to you and helped you define the course structure? What if you had a mentor who guided you and told you what’s important and what’s not? What if there was a person who understood your fear and created a personal schedule for you to get back on track? Believe it or not, having such a person for support makes all the difference in the world.

And this is what our mentors do, help you swim when you feel like you are drowning.

B) Fatigue – You have been studying long and hard. You have written essays, answers, and practiced MCQs. You are reading many newspapers and about a thousand different topics in a day. The entire cycle continues for 365 long days. It is natural to feel fatigued. It is human to feel tired. It is necessary to take a break. BUT it is a ‘must’ to get back again.

This is where your mentor comes to your rescue. Your mentor helps you cope with the syllabus. They tell you how much effort you should spend on which topics. They help create a study pattern around your strengths so that your efforts are not wasted. So, you do not feel tired. You get proven practical tips to crack the exam without burdening you with irrelevant information. They help you create a smart balance that ensures you keep going strong for as long as it takes!

The mentors won’t make you super-human, they make you smarter-human!

C) No support structure – Ask any person who has succeeded in this exam and  they’ll tell you that a support structure is the most important thing in cracking this exam. Having someone you can speak to openly can make a world of difference. Imagine having someone you speak to about the things that scare you. The things that make you inconsistent. The things that are holding you back. Imagine having someone who does not see you as a machine but as a human and helps support you when you are down. Imagine having someone who has your back, no matter what!

Yes, a mentor is that friend and guide who knows what you are going through and also how to help you. A mentor helps identify the cause of your inconsistency and solves it for you so that you can focus on your study. Finally, a mentor is someone who guides you both emotionally and intellectually to remove your fear and replace it with the will to fight!

This is why our mentorship program produces results day-in and day-out. For our mentors, you are not machines. You are students who will have periods of inconsistency but our mentors will not let that kill your dreams. They will lift you up in your worst times and they will guide you well in your best times.

So, come, speak to us. Join and experience our one on one mentorship program.  Tell us what makes you inconsistent, and our mentors will find a way to beat it. Replace fear with a will to fight. You work on your studies, leave the rest to us. Connect with us, there’s no harm in giving it a shot!