IAS Exam 2015, Syllabus, Study Material, Old Papers, Interview Tips and Preparation Strategy

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IAS Preparation Tips

Guidelines and useful information, tips and tricks to help prepare for UPSC CSE 2016

Deciding Optionals

Useful information on optional subjects available, how to choose optional subjects, criteria for subject selection, how to succeed and which optional is scoring fo IAS Mains.

IAS Book List

Comprehensive booklist for Indian Administrative Services Exam 2016 by UPSC

IAS Exam Pattern & Notification

Information on examination pattern, scheme and sample notification for Indian Administrative Services 2015

IAS Inspirational Stories

If a peon's daughter, lottery seller, orphanage or distance education student become an IAS, why can't you become IAS? See how hard work and dedication paid them off & helped them to achieve this bright career.

IAS Interview Preparation

Interview is one of the most crucial as well because every single mark at this stage can decide a candidate's fate. Information on IAS intrview 2015 facts, tips and myths.

IAS Mains 2013 Changes

Chairman informed media that Change in Inevitable. The change in the UPSC mains paper may likely to be effective from year 2013. Find some relevant and updated information on the same.

IAS Mains Previous Years (Past) Papers

View & download complete set of previous years (past) papers for various optionals of IAS Mains-2015. Examrace has the largest and most complete series of question papers for various optionals of IAS Mains

IAS Prelims MCQs

Free IAS Prelims 2015 practice questions with explanations in most of the tests

IAS Prelims Previous Years (Past) Papers

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IAS Services

Information on IAS, IFS, IPS, Indian revenue service, Indian Customs and Excise service, Indian accounts and auditing service and many more related services in which one can be admmitted after clearing UPSC CSE.

IAS Syllabus

Syllabus for Languages, General Studies, Optionals papers for mains and general studies and aptitude for prelims for Indian Administrative Services

Discussions & Questions

  • I have doubts about IAS (civil group) examination. I need help about how to study and how to prepare from earlier age?

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    You must cover NCERT class 6 to 12 for science and social science, refer one monthly magazine, one good newspaper like The Hindu. You can refer http://www.examrace.com/IAS/IAS-FlexiPrep-Program/Postal-Courses/ for postal courses on various optionals for mains and Prelims papers.

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  • I want to prepare before the exams and now I have passed class X . What should I do?

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    IAS examination at the earliest can be given in the final year of your bachelor's course, however if you want to start at this age it is considered as the best option. You have ample time for self-study, so try to cover all NCERTs class 6 to 12 (Science and Social Science). Practice a lot of mental ability and numerical ability questions. Do a thorough reading of the newspapers specifically the editorial section. You can also think about choosing the optional and start working on that optional as per the syllabus.

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