HCS new online speed batch is starting from 30th April, don't miss the opportunity
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HCS new online speed batch is starting from 30th April, don't miss the opportunity

Frontier IAS online coaching is starting a new online Speed batch from 30th April 2021. Those students whose preparation is not up to the mark or don't want to take any chance must join this online program. 

Covid -19 impact on HCS exam and preparation

As you all know, HPSC has scheduled the prelims exam for 30th MAy 2021. But ongoing situation about corona cases certainly doesn't permit that HPSC can take the HCS exam on 30th May. UPSC and other commissions have postponed their exams. The situation is very bad across India. 2nd wave of Corona peak may reach in June or July. So as of now, students have to keep in mind that the chances of 30th May is almost nil and it can be postponed for few months maybe 4-5 months till the corona situation is fully controlled. Students can use this time to improve their scores. This is a golden opportunity and such an opportunity will never come. 156 posts and 48 SDMs, take it seriously. 

What are the important points students should keep in mind?

Few tips are important to clear the HCS exam. 

  1. Consistency: whether the exam is on time or after 4-5 months, students must show consistency. There is no use of any study if you study with full concentration for one month and then take a break. You have to be consistent in your efforts.
  2. There is no alternative to hard work: Hard work and smart work both are required. Just studying for few minutes will not help. You have to show stamina of at least 4-8 hours daily with the planned study. 
  3. Organize yourself: You have to manage your efforts in a particular direction. Haphazard manners will kill your chances. Identify your weak areas and strong areas. Make a daily schedule, achieve your daily target. If you achieve your daily target, it will help you to overcome the negative thoughts and negative environment around you. 
  4. Revision: Whatever you have studied you must revise. Daily revision, weekly revision are very crucial to retain what you have gained. Many students just ignore revision and they think they will cover everything then they can score well in the exam. This is not true. Without revision, there is no point in just studying and spending hours on the contents. 
  5. Practice: Practice is the key ingredient of smart preparation. The more you solve MCQ, the more you will gain control on accuracy, how to score more with the same knowledge, what kind of mistakes generally you do. Solving 20,000-25000 MCQ for prelims GS will help you to score your place for the mains exam provided you learn from your mistakes. 
  6. Relevant contents: If you are new, preparing 1st time for any competitive exam, then you may land up your efforts in irrelevant content. It has been noticed that many students waste their time on irrelevant videos on youtube. So avoid these videos. They may get TRP but will be dangerous for you. First, understand this exam, take ideas from previous years' papers, and UPSC, and other state PCS papers.  

Conclusion

You have time, you should make planning, invest your time smartly, study relevant contents, work hard, take mock tests online and do analysis.

Best of luck !!