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How to maintain a balance between your job and preparation for UPSC ?

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It's to subjective.
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If you are giving 8 hours daily for self study then it is enough but you will have to study with concentration As i know -if you have to know your limit then you will have to cross the limit
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It depends on number factors like what is the nature of your job, the hours you are putting in per day and per month, you level of satisfaction with your job and personal life, your resolve to prepare for UPSC. There can't to a hypothetical answer for this question. It differs from individual to individual.... read more
It depends on number factors like what is the nature of your job, the hours you are putting in per day and per month, you level of satisfaction with your job and personal life, your resolve to prepare for UPSC. There can't to a hypothetical answer for this question. It differs from individual to individual. if u specifically wants to discuss this issue you can what's app me at 97-172-53-911 read less
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If you have less time and you are doing a job then you should think which time you are getting it is golden time for you because you can't increase time period then you have to focus which time you get
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As a beginner find someone you can teach you conceptual things initially and prepare hand written concise notes from them. By doing this you are limiting your study material and then after 4 months of initial tuition, you will be ready to do it by yourself and in entire day, you only have to read current... read more
As a beginner find someone you can teach you conceptual things initially and prepare hand written concise notes from them. By doing this you are limiting your study material and then after 4 months of initial tuition, you will be ready to do it by yourself and in entire day, you only have to read current affairs I.e news paper and revise your notes periodically. read less
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Follow Forumias and concentrate on NCERT
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If u r having a good job in ur hand then I must say u r in good situation to crack upsc..as u r in job u will have no added pressure on ur head..just try to read newspapers during ur office hours..and on regular basis pick up two subjects..on holidays try to double ur efficiency..
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