IAS Exam Study Schedule for IAS Aspirants (Must Read)

A Schedule suggested by IAS Paper for IAS aspirants. It will help you in planning how to study for IAS exam.

Start in December:

December to February: Finish your Mains Option Subject from December to January (i.e., Optional 2) thoroughly.

March and April: Give this two months fully for your Optional 1.

May to August: This month should be exclusively Utilize for your Prelims preparations. A Critical and Specific coverage of Preliminary syllabus is required.

Give Your Preliminary Exams!

After Prelims take a complete rest for 10-15 days. Relax and hang out with friends, do the things of your interest. Energize yourself for Mains Exam.

First Half of September: Complete the Optional 1 where you left it. It should be done by mid of September.

The second half of September till Mains Exam: Give Second half of September to your Optional 2, Once again. Prepare all the General Studies and don’t forget to include Current Affairs in September. Then prepare for “English qualifying paper” and “Indian Language qualifying paper” in October, if you are weak in Languages start its preparation little earlier. From November till your Mains Exam do Revision for Mains.

Give your Mains Exam!

After Mains take a break until the end of the Year, Just keep reading Newspaper and Magazines during this time. ( The Hindu is most recommended Newspaper / CSR ( Competetive Success Review) recommended magazine).

January: Start preparation for your third round. If this is your 2nd/3rd attempt prepare for topics that you could not coup up in your 1st attempt and try to recover it. Work hard for the areas you feel you are weak. By March, you should be fully ready to give the Mains once again if you failed (hopefully you pass the Mains, still you need to be prepared if you fail).

March: Mains results are out and precisely afterwards start your Interview preparation.

Give you Interview!

Got Selected? Thank Us! (Just Kidding 😆 )

If you passed then Congratulation in Advance if you don’t then don’t be nervous there are many more attempts left. Chill!

I hope you found IAS Exam Study Schedule helpful. If you did, then Share and tell about this articles to all your friends who will be giving Civil Services Exam for IAS/IPS etc. In addition, I wish you All the Very Best for your Exams. Writing this article was easy but actually doing it a totally different thing!

I hope you Crack your Civil Service Exam and modify the face of this Nation (India).

All The Best!

Jai Hind.

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  1. Archana dubey says:

    Thank you for this help

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