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Struggling to stay consistent? It can cost you a UPSC IAS attempt | Mentorship will keep you consistent, read AIR 28 Mourya and AIR 267 Soham’s story

We talked to 8000+ aspirants in the last year and their answers will surprise you. Also, read about Mourya and Soham’s consistency that rewarded them.

Just 5 more minutes..

Inconsistency in UPSC preparation is like getting up at 5 am. A night before you set up your alarm. The motivation to get up is high at this point. But in the morning, when the alarm rings, we swipe it to the right with a thought “IN 5 MINUTES…FOR SURE!!”. This snooze cycle usually continues for some time till we realize it is 8 am. Already a bad start to the day! To add to it, you will spend the whole day repenting for not being able to get up early, instead of focusing on the time you have. The same goes for UPSC preparation. You set your targets but one slight glitch and your whole preparation go off track. Till the time you yourself realize this mismanagement, it is a bit too late. Anxiety builds up, and performance levels fall. You are not able to achieve even 10% OF YOUR TRUE POTENTIAL on the D-day.

WE ASKED 8000+ STUDENTS ONE SIMPLE QUESTION

“WHAT IS THE BIGGEST OBSTACLE THAT YOU ARE FACING IN YOUR UPSC PREPARATION?”

YOU WILL BE ASTOUNDED THAT ONE ANSWER WAS COMMON IN REPLIES – INCONSISTENCY.

Many of the aspirants are Consistently Inconsistent. This means they go through these highs and lows in their preparation. They are able to study for days, week but they hit a sudden gap in preparation. Then, they find it very hard to come back. The good news is that we have the solution.

Our philosophy behind MENTORSHIP is to get you out of this Snooze cycle. This ensures that you are the BEST VERSION of yourself in this journey. If you are under the impression that mentorship is weekly calls you attend, then you are mistaken, my friend. Trust us, your mentor will be your ‘FRIEND, PHILOSOPHER, AND GUIDE’.

How Mentorship can fight inconsistency in preparation?

TO EACH THEIR OWN

Every aspirant is different. Their strengths and weaknesses are different. Their time availability is also different. Identifying this is important so you don’t end up making unrealistic targets and lose momentum.

Your mentor will make sure you start slow but remain consistent to build your confidence. Making your schedule structured based on our experience of working with 2500+ students is our first priority. 

When you see yourself grow, it becomes easier to motivate yourself to push boundaries. Tracking your progress can happen in many ways like mentorship calls or chat sessions or regular tests. The idea is to ensure that you don’t go off track in your preparation, and even if you do, we have your back.

Constant guidance is important to bring consistency to your UPSC preparation. Guidance is not about clearing your doubts or asking you to study when you don’t. It is also about the evolution of your preparation. This is where you and your mentor work as a team. A constant effort to PLAN AND BUILD UP YOUR ABILITY to learn in a faster and more efficient way.

The biggest hurdle in achieving your highest level of consistency is the emotional part. Every now and then, you. surround yourself with negative thoughts, you feel scared and depressed. Instead of resolving these emotional issues, you avoid them as it seems like a waste of your precious time. You have to understand that ignoring emotional troubles does not solve them. What your doing is building an emotional time bomb that may burst a week before your mains or prelims! This is where your MENTOR AS A FRIEND comes in. All our mentors have been through this journey. We understand your fears and anxieties. So, TALK IT OUT.

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Don’t let inconsistency keep you away from your dreams.

Fill up the SAMANVAYA form given below. Let us know your problems and we will find a solution to them, just like our students say “TOGETHER WE CAN AND WE WILL”.

Mourya Bhardwaj and Soham Mandhare

Click for Mourya’s epic on consistency and dedication.

Both Mourya and Soham faced repeated failures in UPSC exams. While Mourya had a family and job going on was difficult. Soham faced anxiety attacks due to the hardships and struggle, his doctor advised quitting.

But it was sheer dedication and determination that kept them consistent in the grind.

Both of them were CivilsDaily’s mentorship students (under Sajal sir) and they vouch for the guidance and mentorship provided during this time to keep them on their toes, consistent, and always on track no matter what happens.

Consistency rewards. Mourya eventually went on to secure AIR 28 in UPSC 2021

Fill up the Samanvaya and we will get on a call to deal with your preparation issues.

By Root

Caretaker @civilsdaily

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