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    How can a working women split the subjects and prepare for IAS exam effectively?

    hi, i am a working women and i am basically BE(EEE) ,from morning 8 to evening 7 i will go to office. i have very less time only .after 8 pm to morning 6 . i want to prepare for upsc ias exam , kindly tell me how to prepare for IAS exam.how to split the subjects for studying since i want to attend 2013 exam

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    Re: How can a working women split the subjects and prepare for IAS exam effectively?

    Hello,

    By seeing your circumstances, it would recommend you to skip 2013 exam and rather prepare for 2014 exam as your goal must not be to pass in only prelims but to clear all 3 stages. If you appear for 2013 exam and even if you manage to pass prelims, I would call that more luck and less efforts. Also, there will be 90% chance that you will not make it to interview. So be realistic. But if you aim is to give exam only for sake of giving it, then I am sure I would not be able to stop you.

    Hope you understand what I want you to understand.

    If you are ready to postpone it till 2014, then your immediate course of action it to switch your job to make it from 10 to 5/6 as you would need atleast 8 hrs of daily studies and minimum 6-7 hr sleep to withstand such a hectic day.

    Do tell me if we are on the same page. Hope to hear from you.

    Thanks,
    goyalk

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