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Newbie confession

Hii guys hope your preparation is going well , for newbies like me( wrt UPSC ) it is adventorous and also sense of insecurity when i see people talking about " UPSC clear karne ke liye 2-3 saal lag jayenge " i started preparing for the IES from 2016 exam BUT didnt cleared prelims 2017 now im focusing on following exams
EXAMS : CAPF , CSE PRELIMS
SSC CGL
BANK EXAMS : SBI PO , NICL etC
Having sources : GS 1) Eco n Enc - insights prelims revision module ( june to march )
2)current affairs - vajiram revision module
3) GS SCORE prelims for all ,
some small random booklets having short summary like govt intiatives , commitees
4) XAAM test series , vision ,insights 25 tests ,ias baba 4
Prelims ( 1978-2016) PYQ arihant 14000Q , IES , SSC CGL GS PYQ
PIB and daily mcqs by unacademy and studyiq

i started preparation from 27 march , i indicated philolosophy optional in application form


my queries : 1) Respected seniors " i think you have passed through this phase which now im facing please guide me
how should be my approach towards cse and other backup exams"
2) can i change my optional if i clear prelims
3) anybody giving this exam after giving ies this year but didnt cleared
4) people please guide me so that i can track my preparation as im alone in my home preparing for
this
5) suggest me good threads

THANK YOU FOR ALL WHO READ THIS , AND WISHING YOU GOOD HEALTH AND HOPING WE ALL CLEAR THIS EXAM THIS YEAR ONLY !!!!!

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Comments

  • no you cannot change optional after clearing prelims. for the other points, relevant people may inform you.
    Barbad forumistaan karne ko to ek hi ullu kaafi tha
    Yahan..har post pe ullu baitha hai anjam-e-forumistan kya hoga
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  • If i had prepared for ies then u should sit for ifos exam...
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  • i had electrical stream
    what was urs ? prelims cut off is bit higher
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  • You are riding too many horses. SSC/BANKPO/NICL/CAPF/UPSC etc. It definitely would result in a tragedy unless you are those countable uber brilliant kids who top exams just by reading nothing. :-o Compartmentalize your above listed exams. Get CAPF and UPSC on one side and rest on other sides. CAPF and UPSC basically have the same template. Prepare for these two exams. Or, if you have thought otherwise then go for SSC/IBPS. But, dont mix up all the exams. Choose wisely and responsibly. Atb :-)
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  • Thanks Bro
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