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Clear IAS 2024 with Strong Foundation

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    31st Mar, 2023

You can't build a great building on a weak foundation. You must have a solid foundation if you're going to have a strong superstructure.

-Gordon B. Hinckley

Clearing IAS 2024 Exam requires holistic preparation, which starts with building a robust UPSC Foundation. The UPSC Foundation helps throughout this preparation and helps a candidate achieve the desired result in UPSC IAS Exam. Anyone who starts preparing for the civil services. The only challenge one has to face and overcome is to maximize the output. If you are also looking for building a strong foundation to clear IAS in 2024 then read on…

Why is a strong UPSC Foundation needed?

The process of habit creation provides multiple dimensional and innovative spirits, which are directly proportional to the efforts made by the candidate during the process of UPSC Foundation building. 

  • This process also helps develop a holistic perspective, which helps achieve success in the examination. 
  • Value addition through preparation is a means to achieve success and a good rank and develop an integrated personality that makes you a good human being with an essential value system.

Process of developing a UPSC Foundation:

The process of developing the UPSC Foundation involves:

1. Bridge the Gap between your preparation and the actual demand of the examination:

  • It will familiarize the students with the micro detailing of the syllabus thoroughly along with basic concept coverage of NCERT books.
  • Lay a solid foundation of concepts and will help in developing the perspective & approach needed for the preparation.

2. Integrated Approach: Once the ground is prepared with an understanding of the syllabus, elaborated and detailed concepts will be provided covering the entire UPSC Mains syllabus with largely Mains perspective. One needs to inculcate critical thinking skills along with the skills for analysis and problem-solving.

At this point, start Topic-wise answer writing sessions in a time-bound manner.

3. After Mains integrated classes, prepare for Prelims covering the complete prelims syllabus:

  • Take a Practice-based approach to sharpen your problem-solving skills. Prelims-specific current affairs classes will also be provided

4. Coverage of current Issues of GS Paper 1, 2, 3, 4 & Essay:

  • Do not focus on just facts, but examination of relevant analysis as well.

5. Test Series is equally important:

  • Give regular tests which will help you to monitor your progress and also help you to know whether you require additional support or not.
  • You may join the Prelims, Mains and Essay Test Series for effective preparation.

6.  Mains examination demands that extra push with the harmony of concepts and contemporary issues:

  • This happens through value addition by updating one's knowledge along with sharp analysis to get mains ready.

7. Consult your mentor or peers to identify areas for improvement and according to the recommendations focus on improving your chances of success:

Go for the simple, Well-designed, exhaustive and updated study material that will be provided. 

  • It includes study notes of GS Papers 1, 2, 3 and 4, Prelims Revision notes, contemporary issues materials, Weekly current Affair Magazine, Yearly Current Affairs compilation and workbooks to practice and revise the topics that you have covered.

The preparation of UPSC CSE demands a calibrated approach to tackle various aspects like basic concepts, their application in the examination, the ability to articulate through answer writing, regular updates and a dynamic approach with a focus on current affairs.  Hence it needs a synchronised and systematised effort to make a lot of entities work in concert.

GS Score's Foundation program serves each of the above vital components covering all the subjects for GS for all the levels i.e. Prelims, Mains and Personality tests through a protracted and measured process involving all the above-mentioned steps. To know more, visit the IAS Foundation 2024-25 Page.




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