Minimum Books + Maximum Revisions - IPS Officer Shares Tips on Cracking UPSC Exam
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Minimum Books + Maximum Revisions - IPS Officer Shares Tips on Cracking UPSC Exam

The UPSC exams are considered among some of the most rigorous exams in the country, where only a handful of people can crack it. Lakshay Pandey, IPS who aced the UPSC exam in 2018 shares the recipe for success with the candidates appearing for this year's examination and offered a simple strategy on how to start preparation for the UPSC civil services exam.
 

Drawing from his personal experience, he emphasizes on the importance of reading less books multiple times. Mr Pandey says, "Self-study is better than any coaching.
Mr Pandey put up a few photos of pages from a notebook where he's jotted down a lot of tips for this year's prelim exam hopefuls. One of the things that stand out is the advice: "Quality matters and not quantity."

He also goes into details about how the candidates should tackle subjects such as polity, economics, modern Indian history, geography, environment etc. One thing he stresses a lot is attempting a lot of tests at home.
Lakshay Pandey originally from Uttarakhand is currently posted as an Assistant Commissioner of Police (UT) in Delhi.