Here’s why you need to revise – Dont regret missing out on questions you could’ve answered correctly

Civil Services has an infinite syllabus. If you don’t constrain yourself then practically everything under the sun and beyond is relevant for the exam.

No matter how much you prepare, you will not feel it is adequate. You will never get a feeling that I have read enough to ace the exam. That’s why you need to develop a different perspective to look at your preparation.

Define a cut-off date and revise. Revise and more revise. It is important to be able to recall and reproduce what you have studied so far. You won’t regret missing out on questions you have no clue about. But you will regret missing questions that you had knowledge about but weren’t able to recall during the exam.

To prevent such a mishap, you absolutely need to join a revision course that covers everything. At the same time, testing yourself is very important. Attempting mock tests will help you fine tune your preparation.

Do check out our SIP Program

It has 4 components –
1. Current Affairs Previous Years – (Prerecorded June 2016-May 2018)- 40 hours
2. Current Affairs – 40 hours
3. Budget + Eco Survey – 15 hours
4. Static Lectures – 60 hours
Total – Over 150 Hours of lecture
Broad Time Table (Detailed Time Table will be shared later)
February – Current Affairs Previous Year and Economic Survey + Budget
March – Current Affairs – 1st phase – Till December 2018
April – Current Affairs – 2nd phase – After December 2018
On popular demand a variant on discount is as follows –
Old Student Discount Applicable
Prime TS and SM students get 20% discount – *Please ensure you are enrolled in those courses first*

Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
Notify of