The ‘renewed approach’ for UPSC Prelims 2024 calls for a Focus on 80/20 rule, risk aversion and common sense | FREE Session + Atomic Notes PDFs

How to prepare for and crack UPSC Prelims 2024 next 8 months?

FREE Session by Parth Verma sir.

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Year after year, the UPSC Prelims throws a curveball at aspiring civil servants. If you thought the Prelims couldn’t get any harder, you’re mistaken.

Last year’s UPSC Prelims 2023 question paper came across as an increasingly unpredictable, difficult paper that was pushing the cut-off marks seemingly to an all-time low. Gone are the days when rote learning and traditional methods could guarantee you a spot in the Mains.

UPSC Prelims cut-offs. In 2023 it is expected to reach a new low

It’s time for a change, a renewed approach, and who better to guide you than Parth Verma Sir, a seasoned IAS Faculty at Civilsdaily?

UPSC Prelims has changed, and you should also renew your approach

Parth Verma

Parth sir will explain how the expectations of UPSC have shifted, targeting not just rote knowledge but also Common Sense, Stress Response, and Risk Appetite.

UPSC Prelims 2023 was a wake-up call that left many aspirants baffled and surprised – it’s clear that a new approach to preparation is needed to ace the exam in 2024 and beyond.

“Consistency transforms ordinary efforts into extraordinary achievements.”

Registration details

  • We will email you the session by Parth sir
  • PDF notes and Prelims Study Plan will be emailed to you.
  • Fee: FREE and Open to all

Apply 80/20 principle in your UPSC Prelims 2024 prepration

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Who Should Attend This Session?

This webinar will benefit you if you are an:

  1. Aspirants targeting UPSC 2024 and want to crack in this attempt only.
  2. Those who found UPSC Prelims 2023 challenging and unpredictable.
  3. Aspirants seeking to understand the changing dynamics of UPSC exams.
  4. You’re seeking proven strategies to streamline your UPSC preparation and need guidance on staying committed to your IAS goals in the long run.
  5. You’re seeking proven strategies to streamline your UPSC preparation and need guidance on staying committed to your IAS goals in the long run.

Why You Must Attend

  1. Master the 80/20 Rule: Learn how to focus your energies on the most impactful 20% of the syllabus that will yield 80% of the marks.
  2. Risk Aversion: Discover how to effectively manage risk while attempting uncertain questions, a skill that could be the difference between clearing the Prelims or not.
  3. Common Sense Over Bookish Knowledge: Get tips on how to use your common sense to answer tricky questions when your bookish knowledge falls short.
  4. Interactive Q&A Session: Don’t miss the chance to get your doubts clarified directly by Parth Verma Sir.

Now merely completing the syllabus, Practicing PYQs, and Mock Tests are not enough to beat the unpredictability and uncertainty of the Prelims

What Can You Expect to Learn in This Session?

In this interactive session, you will have a:

  1. How to do a UPSC-Prelims-centric preparation in the last 8 months to UPSC Prelims 2024?
  2. How to maintain a proper balance between memorization & understanding.
  3. How to predict prelims questions from previous years’ question papers?
  4. Detailed analysis of how UPSC tests candidates’ common sense in Prelims.
  5. Strategies to develop and showcase your stress response skills during the examination.
  6. Understanding the role of risk appetite in Prelims and how to optimally manage it.
  7. Practical tips on how to enhance these skills in the run-up to UPSC Prelims 2024.
  8. Real-life examples and anecdotes from past UPSC Prelims illustrate these points.
  9. How to cover the UPSC Prelims syllabus? The syllabus, not the books, must be completed. Focussing on the essentials first.
  10. How to deal with UPSC CSAT paper? The Prelim Dream killer
  11. What are the best books for UPSC to refer to? Based on the last 10-year UPSC-CSE paper analysis.
  12. Recognize the UPSC requirement. What kinds of test series are useful? Which mock test series should be avoided?

We’ll be sharing a personalized study plan after the session

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Post-webinar you will get your Personalized study plan, important PDFs, timetable framework, and mentorship session.

Based on your UPSC prep situation (working aspirant, full-time aspirant), your learning style, previous attempts, and other such factors, we will be preparing and sharing a personalized PDF study plan for you.

Entry is FREE but seats are limited (only 100)

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