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UPPCS Preparation Strategy: Roughly, 10 days are left for the first leg of UPPCS exam 2021. The vastness of the syllabus, uncertainty of the question paper and the pressure of the 2-hour performance makes the paper, unquestionably, arduous.

UPPCS Preparation Strategy: In this article, we will discuss UP PCS 2021 last time tips and how not to get carried away with anything that does not help to clear the exam.

Let’s dive into the UPPCS 2021 tips and tricks that could guide you in these last 10 days.


UPPCS Preparation Strategy


Stick to planRemember failing to plan is planning to fail. Make a revision plan, if not made until now. Make it on paper and stick it somewhere you could see now and then. The plan should be such that you do not miss any portion of the UP PCS 2021 syllabus and give weighted focus to each one of them.


Stop going gaga over new materials now: Don’t search any random UPPCS preparation online materials now. Many aspirants waste their final time running after materials. You will get attracted towards the title of the coaching institute magazines but do not fall prey to them. It will serve no purpose. Have limited resources. Revise them as much as you can.

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Start memorizing: UPPCS asks many debatable questions in prelims. However, it also asks some direct questions. For example, you might find questions from congress president, congress session, list of governor general, socio-religious organisations, fundamental rights, wetlands, among others. These are the ‘either you know or you don’t’ type questions. Make sure you mark them right.


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Current Affairs: The relevance of this section is important year-by-year. Many of the questions asked in the question paper finds it trail in a current event. By now, you would have covered your one-year current affairs. Make sure you revise them properly. UPPCS usually asks direct questions from this section that you must mark correct.

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Prioritize things: This is THE most important part of preparation. Prioritize your topics. For example, it is known that the questions asked from general science and ancient and medieval history are much more than those from polity and geography. So, there is no point in giving equal focus to them. It is what we meant above, where we said to give ‘weighted focus’.


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Assess yourself: With every passing year, the importance of mock tests is increasing. Start solving test series, if you have not done until now. Those who have already solved the tests, revise them well and those who have not, solve at least 15 full length tests and revise them properly. Test series helps you in knowing your grey areas. Remember to have conceptual clarity in whatever section you are reading.


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Many aspirants ask how to prepare for UPPCS without coaching? It is indeed possible; you just need to develop a plan and stick to it till the D-day!


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Circadian Rhythm: Last but not least, synchronize your daily routine to the exam day. If you are giving mock tests, try to attempt them at the exam time. It will help you normalize the pressure on the day of the examination. Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day!


Important details regarding UPPCS exam 2021


Events Important Dates
UP PCS 2021 Notification 5-Feb-2021
UP PCS application closes 5-Feb-2021
UP PCS 2021 prelims exam 24-Oct-2021
UP PCS 2021 prelims admit card 08-Oct-2021
UP PCS 2021 prelims result November 2021 (Tentative)
UP PCS 2021 main exam 28-01-2022
UP PCS main exam result March 2022 (Tentative)
UP PCS Interview April-May 2022 (Tentative)
UP PCS Result June 2022 (Tentative)
UP PCS cut-off June 2022 (Tentative)
UPPCS mark sheet July 2022 (Tentative)


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