“Success doesn’t give inspiration; the struggle behind success gives you the inspiration. But success is important because only then people will be interested to know your struggle. The attitude and the approach to do something matters and each individual can become a building block for a beautiful society.”
What separates a doer from a dreamer?
- What made Pranjal Patil, a 26-year-old visually-impaired Ulhasnagar resident to keep up with her studies, travel to complete her studies and then get on with her UPSC prep and clear it in 2015?
- Ramesh Gholap – a differently abled but humongously ambitious aspirant from Maharashtra who studied at a zilla parishad school, completed college from correspondence BUT cleared UPSC with an AIR 287. Why did he keep up at it? Why did he not give up when the odds were against him?
- Nirish Rajput (31), son of Virendra Rajput, a tailor, failed the civil service examination three times but never lost heart. The fourth time, he passed with a rank of 370 and has been selected for the Indian Administrative Service. He failed thrice – 3 times over and cleared it on 4th. Why did he keep up at it?
They all kept up at it because the struggle was worth it. Reaching to the top is acknowledged by the society but the climb is the most rewarding.
As we approach the IAS Prelims 2016, give this final months to mocks and full length tests. Do not collect the explanations sheet and answers keys and let them collect dust as you try and complete your syllabus. GET INTO THE ACTION MODE NOW.
Be so good they can’t ignore you
If you’re serious about changing your life, you’ll find a way. If you’re not, you’ll find an excuse.
If you have committed to yourself that IAS 2016 is going to be your last prelims and that the next year is going to be among the snow clad hills of mussoorie, then make the next move.
Commit yourselves to the mocks that are going on at prelims.civilsdaily.com. These are FREE mocks and you will be writing along with 5,000+ students and this is as good a real time validation for your preparation levels (as you can get).
But, it’s not just about the All India Ranks in these mocks, it’s about getting to know your subject level weaknesses in time. To be able to learn and fill your knowledge gaps and discuss among the Civilsdaily community members.
So that when the times comes to test yourself on Full Length tests, you are at your best to PERFORM.
Sign up for the Full Length tests, starting from 10th July 2016. Click here and commit to your greatness. Do it now rather than later. Circle the date 10th July on your desk calendars or notebooks. Make sure you are prepared a month ahead in advance from the actual Prelims.
Research says that pre-committed goals are achievable. Salman Khan says that “ek baar maine commitment kar di to fir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta.”
Be like Salman. Commit to your success.