A very good morning to all my co - aspirants.
Today is one of the most important days in my life. I'll tell you why. I humbly apologize in advance because it's going to be a long post as the issue needs intense deliberation.
I'm going to divide the post in three parts. (You can choose to read directly from the part 2 or part 3 if you feel so).
Part 1 : The background
Part 2 : Addressing the problem
Part 3 : Explaining the solutions ( iasmocks.com
We all have a problem in front of us. It's the prelims. Apart from a few people who consistently do well, Prelims has become very difficult for most of us. The recent 2018 prelims surprised some of the best prepared aspirants. We cannot take the upcoming Prelims 2019 lightly at all. We need to be on top of our game in the next battle.
I was seeing this problem at an individual level, until a few of my co - aspirants started to inbox me about the same problem. It was not just one or two messages but a significant number of them. At first, i thought I'll discuss, humbly suggest and probably address a few of the issues with each of them in the inbox itself. But, as i kept getting messages from different aspirants, i thought i should do something about it because here's an opportunity for me to at least try to solve this issue at the best of my capability.
The reason why i took this very seriously is because, i spoke to a few aspirants who gave it all and were trying their best to clear prelims from last 2 to 3 attempts and the result was still unfortunate. They did the static part, they studied the current affairs part, they solved many test papers but they still couldn't see themselves in the pdf.
For a moment, i just imagined myself in their shoes and it sent shivers down the spine. These are the people who have sacrificed most of the things in their last 2 to 3 years to make their dreams come true. They are waiting for just one chance to be on the other side and have a shot at the mains exam. By now, most of you must be visualizing the frustration and sheer amount of desire that all of us are nurturing.
I always had this belief that i will be able to do something for the aspirant community once i exit from this cycle on a positive note. However, I changed my mind when i went through a few personal experiences in the last few months that finally made me realize that every second is perfect to do something good.
We shouldn't wait for the right moment to make things right, we need to make moments right to make things right.
The change starts from me. I made a conscious decision that the time is ripe to solve this issue because i am at the peak of my motivation and i can only expect insane efforts from my side. "Be the change you want to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi