Last-Minute Preparation Tips to Crack UPSC CSE Prelims 2022 Exam
It’s almost here!
The countdown for the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary 2022 examination has begun and coming Sunday, i.e. 5th of June, lakhs of aspirants will try their luck and attempt the first phase of the coveted IAS examination.
The last few days before the UPSC Prelims 2022 are crucial. A lot is going on in the minds of the IAS aspirants, and it is normal to get nervous as the exam approaches closer. However, the UPSC Prelims exam is just like any other competitive examination that can be cracked with a positive mindset and the right preparation strategy.
To ease out this phase for you and make it an easy stride, we have compiled a few tips that will help you bring down the pressure and reduce the stress for the upcoming Prelims exam.
Let’s have a look at these tips to make your UPSC Prelims 2022 exam experience a pleasant one!
As Dalai Lama once said “Choose to be optimistic, it feels better”; staying positive and refraining from negative thoughts at this stage can help you immensely in your UPSC Prelims Exam preparation.
The best way to stay positive is to have unquestionable confidence in yourself and your preparation. It is generally recommended to not touch upon any new topic for studies during the last few days before the main exam.
Calm your Mind
Keep your mind calm during these stressful times. Pat yourself on the back for studying hard throughout the year and giving your best effort. You have done the best you could have. So, just relax and calm your mind. It will help your brain to function more efficiently.
This video will help you stay calm as our Current Affairs faculty, Prem Sodhani sir shares some valuable last-minute preparation tips for the UPSC Prelims 2022 exam:
Resist the Urge to Study a New Topic
Studying a new topic or attempting a mock test before the exam will only make you more stressed and disturb your mental peace. Instead, you should revise all you have studied till now. This will enhance your confidence manifold and give you a sense of accomplishment.
Focus on Revision
Revision in the last few days will boost your confidence manifold. The best way to effectively revise for the Prelims 2022 exam is to refer to self-prepared notes. The more you revise the less you err in the exam.
The importance of revision is twofold. Firstly, it will help you remember and recall all the important information, facts, figures and data. Secondly, if revision is done correctly it will help you increase your confidence and reduce anxiousness.
Don’t Compromise on your Sleep
It goes without saying that sound sleep is indispensable for better performance in the exam hall. Generally, students tend to study more in the last month before the main exam to accumulate as much information as possible. While doing that, they often keep their sleep cycle at bay and eventually end up disturbing it.
You should avoid this activity at all costs and get a proper 7-8 hours of sleep for better mental clarity.
We are sure these tips will come in handy during your last crucial days before the UPSC Prelims 2022 exam. Follow them to get an edge and pave the way for success!
If you are someone whose preparation for UPSC CSE 2023 is underway and if you are looking for the right learning partner, then your search ends here at PrepLadder.
PrepLadder is the most comprehensive resource for the UPSC CSE preparation with India’s leading UPSC faculty (DREAM TEAM) on board. To help you understand critical topics, you will find detailed and conceptual video lectures by the DREAM TEAM, an extensive QBank that has questions based on the latest exam pattern, NCERT Notes, FREE Current Affairs Magazine, Previous year questions, Mock tests, and much more on the PrepLadder app.
So, kickstart your UPSC CSE preparation with PrepLadder at just INR 6,990 to achieve UPSC Mission 2023. This is a limited time offer to get quality content at the most affordable price. Download the app now!
Keep following our articles to apprise yourself with the latest information about the exam. You can also join our Telegram channel for exam preparation to always stay ahead.
Own Your Dream
Connect on Instagram
Maternal Health Situation in India- UPSC Current AffairsAug 17 , 2022
NEET PG 2023: High-Yield Topics for OphthalmologyAug 17 , 2022
Sri Lanka Economic Crisis- UPSC Current AffairsApr 13 , 2022
Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution- NCERT Notes UPSCMar 15 , 2022
UPSC CSE 2022 Application Form Released. Check Eligibility Criteria, How To Apply.Feb 02 , 2022
UPSC Exam Calendar 2022 Released. Check CSE DatesJan 04 , 2022
Explained: UPSC Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2021Aug 12 , 2021