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Is it too late

I began prep with a few ncerts and havent been able to follow up with most current affairs so basically im at nil prep level .. should I study for next year exam .. is it feasible to crack it or should i prepare with 2018 attempt in mind .. if for 2017 please guide me with some strategy ! im too lost !


  • Optional ka paper 1 (if possible poora optional) n static GS kar liya pre k pehele to accha hoga mains...aur time sufficient hai itna karne k liye mere hisab se...fir pre k 2 month pehele to ratt na hi hai pre point of view..n current k liye to magazines hai hi
    pre - 2, mains - 1*
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