REGULAR WEEKDAY PROGRAMME
Simple and effective
REGULAR WEEKDAY PROGRAMME
REGULAR WEEKDAY PROGRAMME at IAS VISION comprises of classes running through the week i.e. (Monday to Friday - normally 4 days a week) & a fresh batch starts every month. Unique features of the programme are enlisted below:
- 12 months of rigorous classroom programme.
- Assignments connected to check understanding of lessons at every stage.
- 7 modules covering all aspects & subjects of UPSC civil service
- Current Affairs Modules along with GK Supplements
- Doubt clearing sessions - 2 years
- 60 mock Tests/year - these tests will include internal tests( prelims & mains) & exact to the pattern External test series
- Admissions start in january of the previous year.
- writing practice for mains.
- Those who admit early get extra period to revise & attend repeat classes if needed. It is strongly recommended that aspirants should admit as far ahead of exam as possible, because this does not incur any extra cost.
IAS VISION WAY
Know the pattern of the UPSC – CSE
Changes are a continuous trend and hence it is important that one is aware of these changes. At IAS VISION we make sure that you are always on track. our materials are focussed and precise.
“There are three stages – Prelims, Mains, and the Interview stage. It is essential that aspirants keep an eye out for all the changes that are incorporated into these stages. The requirements of each stage are also very different so we make sure preparation is done accordingly.”
Going through the past five years’ question papers to understand the breadth and depth of questions UPSC usually asks. It’ll give you a good perspective of what’s important and what’s not.
Choosing the right optional paper for the UPSC – CSE
while choosing an optional paper, an aspirant must give weightage to what they are comfortable with vis-à-vis what they think will help them score more. Think and research well before you pick the subject. Ensure that you give yourself enough time to choose the optional as well. Interest in the subject, overlap with GENERAL STUDIES Papers & availability of support should not be overlooked.
writing practice for mains exam
Mains exam demands not only our memory and intelligence but also proper forward & backward linkages. If you lack prior practice, writing relentlessly for 6 hours a day and do this for 5 days during exam will cause both mental and physical fatigue - leading to less than optimum returns. The only way to overcome it is to practice enough before the final exam.
very few topics in the exam will turn out to be unknown - but adequacy of information is what makes things difficult - to resolve this revision cannot be overemphasized. “The notes you make must be such that it does not take more than an hour to go over the syllabus. A week prior to the exam, aspirants should not go through extensive content or books.” our materials are always made in a manner that your workload will get reduced.
Importance of the four P’s
Passion, Patience, Perseverance, and a Positive outlook are traits that are of utmost importance for all aspirants. “No matter what stage of preparation or attempting the paper one is at, keeping these four points in mind will help the aspirant remain focussed and clear in their thought process