UPSC Preparation Questions & Answers

UPSC Preparation Questions & Answers

“How should one prepare for UPSC Civil Services Examination,” is a repeated question asked by IAS Exam aspirants. However, the confusion doesn’t end here. There are multiple questions that arise in different stages of IAS preparation. Keeping every doubt that an aspiring candidate has while preparing for this coveted examination, BYJU’S has brought to you answers to all the doubts w.r.t your UPSC preparation journey.

How should you approach IAS Preparation Q/A?

In the following manner could one approach these questions and answers for his/her civil services examination preparation:

  • Questions Answered For School Students:

    • There are aspirants who want to start preparing for IAS Exam from Class 11 and 12. Such students mostly get confused on what subjects to take after school for UPSC.
    • There are also doubts on how to begin preparing for UPSC Exam from school, which are also answered here.
  • Questions Answered for College Students:

    • While in college, most of the aspirants start their CSE journey. Questions related to preparation techniques, right books, right strategy, time management, etc. are brought to fore. Such questions will be addressed here.
  • Questions Answered for Working Professionals:

    • There is a category of aspirants who prepare for UPSC while working. Hence, several questions about time management, preparation in 3 months, 6 months and more are asked.
    • Questions on right strategy, right approach and right resources are also answered here.
  • Questions cover all doubts ranging between application process and final results
For a family to be considered as EWS, it should have less than 5 acres of agricultural land, a plot of less than 900 sq. ft under a municipality,...
EWS means economically backward section. EWS rank is the rank among the EWS students only. For example, if 1000 candidates attended the exam and...
EWS means economically backward section. For a family to be considered as EWS, it should have less than 5 acres of agricultural land, a plot of...
Yes, questions based on maps asked in UPSC-CSE prelims. Studying atlas is an important part of IAS Exam preparation. Questions asked from...
Yes, questions from World Geography often appear in prelims. Important topics for prelims from World Geography are: Important countries in news...
Wearing a tattoo doesn't restrict you to appear for UPSC civil services. IAS aspirants and civil service aspirants can definitely have a tattoo...
UPSC is considered among the toughest exams in the world because out of lakhs of candidates, only 0.1% to 0.4% succeed in clearing the exam. To...
Following are the highest paying government jobs in India -  Indian Foreign Services (IFS) - these diplomats represent the country in the...
A few of the important topics which are included in the economics syllabus for the IAS exam are: Indian and International Economy Economic...
Follow the steps below to make notes for economics for UPSC preparation: Pick one topic at a time Use simple language and understandable...
This is a very subjective question as it depends on the comfort level of the student who appears for the UPSC examination.If the person with BSc...
Yes, Science can definitely be a good optional subject for UPSC. There are plenty of examples where people have cleared UPSC exams in flying...
Questions from the environment are asked in UPSC Prelims, Mains GS 3 and also Essay papers. Candidates can follow the below-mentioned guidelines...
Positions and designations held by IAS officers in their career are: Cabinet Secretary Additional and Joint Secretary District magistrate...
One of the most important magazine for UPSC Preparation can be subscribed from the official site [Official website - http://yojana.gov.in/]. The...
Yes, it is possible to become an IAS officer at the age of 21. The only thing necessary is that the prospective candidate must complete his/her...
Yojana is one of the important magazines which is helpful for UPSC Preparation. Yojana is a monthly magazine, and it costs in the range of Rs 15...
The last date to fill UPSC Online application was 24th March, 2021. The Prelims exam for UPSC 2021 is scheduled on 10th October 2021, Mains will...
As per the official UPSC 2021 notification released on March 4, 2021, the online registration for all eligible candidates was completed on March...
The steps to withdraw UPSC application are: Step 1: Visit the UPSC official website (https://upsc.gov.in/) Step 2: Under “What’s New,” section,...

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