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 Start at least one year before you going to take the Prelim exam.

From the first week of May to September of the previous year in which candidates wish to attempt prelims, prepare the optional subject.

From the first week of previous October to March , prepare GS, both for the Prelim and Main exam and CSAT. If time permits you may revise your optional subject. From April to May of the exam year, repeat many times GS and CSAT for the Prelim exam.

From the last week of May to September of the exam year, revise the optional subject, GS and
prepare for Essay for the Main exam. The compulsory English and Indian language papers generally do not need any formal preparation. Join a test series for GS and optional subject.

From November of the Exam year to next February revise GS and CSAT for the next year’s Prelim exam and do not waste away these months, as anyone can be uncertain about the final results. Alongside from January after mains, start preparing for the interview to be held in March/April of the following year. You may also join a test series for GS (Prelim only) and CSAT during this period, so as to be battle-ready to face the Prelim for the second time, if need be, in the next year.



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