Posted on Mar 27, 2020

Chinmaya IAS Academy

How To Make The Best Time Table To Prepare For IAS Exam?
First, create a long-term time table for your IAS preparation. Then break down the plan into monthly, and weekly targets. When you have those in hand, create your daily routine.
All of your study goals should be planned in advance. Do not make them on the spot, right before you begin studying for the day.
Review all that you have read at the end of the month to get a picture of what part of the syllabus is complete and what was skipped.
Always include some time in the study strategy for breaks and hobbies. They help refresh your mind.
Never study for more than a stretch of four hours.
Take a small break after every study session because concentration tends to dip after 24 minutes. Taking a 10 or 15 minute break revitalises your mind.
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