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Common Mistakes that Ruin Dream of Becoming IAS – Part 1

Author: Als Ias
by Als Ias
Posted: Apr 27, 2019
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IAS exam is your biggest test in life, if you are planning to go for it. The reason being it is the toughest exam of India, and even on earth nothing matches its screening process. Therefore, you should also be prepared to answer the questions of near and dear ones or people in your circumference as to why you are doing it.

They will start by asking you why you are appearing for ‘IAS’ exam, but if you take the right coaching and do the necessary hard work as guided by your coaching institute or mentor, they will end up asking you how you cracked the ‘IAS’ exam.

But never forget that the mistakes are common in preparation process. You cannot jump the process, neither can you avoid all the mistakes, nor can you run away from the hurdles that will come during the process of preparing for ‘IAS’ exam. Irony is that you may find obstacles in attainment of your goal and overcome them, or even the journey towards your goal may be ruined by the mistakes.

So, you must be wary of mistakes, and we will note down the common mistakes that you need to avoid while preparing for IAS.

Chandigarh is the capital city of ‘Punjab’ and also considered the heart of India. But, here students have complaints, and many times confusion regarding the selection of right coaching institute to train for IAS Exam. However, Best IAS Coaching in Chandigarh gives you detailed outlook into the mistakes to be avoided; else it will crash down your dream of becoming an IAS officer to zero.

The points noted down are mistakes that can ruin your success. These mistakes are listed from the experience of other ‘IAS’ aspirants. So, you should take these mistakes seriously, and avoid wasting time and energy in wrong direction. Mistakes that may ruin your Dream of ‘IAS’:

1. Rumors:

Often it is seen that rumors can affect your preparation for IAS. There are many rumor mongers who will make you fall prey to the rumors. Believing in rumors is your first mistakes.

Often the rumors are connected to the ‘IAS’ exams. The rumors in form of change in exam pattern, change in exam style, increase of cut off marks, change in courses, and new preparation strategies.

The aim of spreading rumors is to demotivate and distract you. Don’t listen to such rumors and gossip mongers or rumor mongers. They are not your goal, so focus on your goal of preparation and overcoming the toughest exam ‘IAS’.

2. Multiple Sources: UPSC is conducting ‘IAS’ exam, like we all know. The syllabus for ‘UPSC’ exam is monumental, and the preparation needs lot of inputs. But, it is always advised to stick to your coaching institute updated syllabus.

The reason being, reading from multiple sources may make your preparation unnecessarily complicated and confusing. The overloading of information can unnecessarily lead to cluttered mind, and harm your prospect of qualifying in ‘IAS’ exam.

So, it is better to read from same source, and revise it multiple times for better results.

3. Self – Doubt: When your goal is a tough case, and it is a long process, people often tend to start doubting self. IAS aspirants are often bogged down with self – doubts, and many times suffer from depression.

Mental anxiety and depression are primary reasons of failure to qualify for ‘IAS’ exam. The first step of entering of mental anxiety leading to depression starts from self – doubt.

Remember self – doubt will impact your preparation, your mind will be blocked to accept or learn new things, and your results will suffer. So, best IAS coaching in Chandigarh always ensure that students are made to come across regular motivational session and seminars by former ‘IAS officers’. Also, workshops are conducted to install positive attitude in the candidates.

The other common mistakes are ‘lack of practice, poor planning, bad execution, dividing preparation, taking the IAS lightly, etc. We will discuss about the impacts of common mistakes in our part 2.

So, the final advice is to eradicate the mistakes from your preparation process, if you wish to succeed in ‘IAS exam’.

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